Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Wendy Wray says traditional gender roles mean more than biology for a healthy heart.
Ken Lester of McGill University on the long-term ramifications of Lowe’s purchase of Rona
Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein let off a little steam
Montreal mayor Denis Coderre on the new Municipal Affairs Minister, Energy East, the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, and more
The National Post columnist discusses her murder mystery.
Jean Lapierre provides his analysis of the week in politics.
Donald Cuccioletta on the road to the White House for presidential candidates
Yann Martel discusses his latest work, The High Mountains of Portugal
Liz Gomery, Andy Nulman and Alan Shepard discuss the challenges of finding work in your fifties.
Montreal Economic Institute’s Michel Bedard on the danger of soaring levels of household debt
Dr. Mimi Israel is a psychiatrist and professor at McGill University
The Wired writer says technology can help as well as hinder
Jean Lapierre looks at the campaign shuffle
Andrew Stott, aka Superstar Shayne Hawke, has suffered from depression
The comedian has struggled with addiction and alcohol abuse, which should be seen as a mental illness.
Patricia Lemoine-Smith on how bulimia and other food-related mental issues can be treated. (We apologize for the on-air error in her name.)
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand gripe about poor metro etiquette and the deaths of David Bowie, Natalie Cole and Glenn Frey
The Montreal Economic Institute economist on housing, the price of oil, and Canada’s banks.
Janet Torge created Radical Resthomes, a group trying to redefine nursing homes
Patricia Concord specializes in youth addiction research at the University of Montreal
Rodger Brulotte was friends with Rene Angelil for 50 years.
Julie Miville-Dechene on if the Canadian Olympic Committee can change its culture following sexual harassment problems
Marcus Tabachnick of the Quebec English School Boards Association on why Francois Blais is not consulting school boards on a drastic change to how they operate
The Scotiabank Wealth Manager discusses the turmoil leading some to believe financial markets will drop