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The Just for Laughs co-founder is consulting for the Montreal Laughs Festival/Festival du rire de Montreal
Jean-Yves Duclos talks to CTV Montreal about the $11 billion plan to make housing more affordable for low-income Canadians
Montreal Economic Institute's Mathieu Bedard on why lower drug prices might not always be the best idea.
Finance Minister Carlos Leitao explains his spending plan
Carl Vallée of the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation says the cuts announced are modest
Authors Andre Cedilot and Andre Noel on their new book “Gangsters et Mafiosi: Cent Ans de Crime Organise Au Quebec.”
Transportation Minister Andre Fortin tells CTV Montreal's Kelly Greig
Councillor Craig Sauvé talks to CTV Montreal about the composition of the city's upper elected ranks, and his role as an associate.
Tom Wilson, of Lee Harvey Osmond and Junkhouse fame, on his new book 'Beautiful Scars.'
Sechelle Harding from Portage has concerns over the legalization of cannabis in Canada, set to come into effect July 1st.
Writer and political analyst Martin Patriquin talks Quebec’s pot law and La Meute’s membership.
CTV Montreal talks to the host about homemaking and happiness
Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio advocates for banning impaired driving
Finance Minister Carlos Leitao explains Quebec’s plans for marijuana legislation.
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe tell CTV Montreal what will be learned by Plante's election.
Many Montrealers are scrambling to get their flu shots. Dr. Harley Eisman from the Montreal Children’s Hospital.
The time-spanning videogame relies on historical research
Scientists are warning that the ongoing destruction of the earth’s ecosystem is jeopardizing humankind. Alain Bourque of Ouranos has more.
Alan Nash says food trucks have become a foodie destination, but are not helping broader economic needs
Trudeau is in the Philippines trying to forge new relationships to fill the void the TPP was supposed to fill. Bruce Hicks with more.
She talks to CTV Montreal about how she coped with the death of her brother
The Rabbi will be showing Keep Quiet, about an anti-Semitic politician who learns his grandmother is Jewish.
Graham Dodds tells CTV Montreal Donald Trump has no strategy, few accomplishments, but no competition
On Remembrance Day, retired sergeant Lech Kwasiborski recalls his time with the Canadian Armed Forces.
Martin Patriquin takes a look at politics this week: Denis Coderre’s big loss, Valerie Plante’s great ground game, and Bill 62..
City councillor Lionel Perez will step in as the new interim leader after Denis Coderre stepped away from municipal politics.
CTV Montreal talks to Randy Boissonnault, special advisor to the federal government about queer issues
CTV Montreal’s panel of complainers gather for their lunchtime griping
Health Minister Gaetan Barrette talks about the new measure putting naloxone, the antidote to opioid overdoses, in pharmacies.
The sports writer and talks to CTV Montreal about his year of research on charity and giving.
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