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Aviation expert Francois Shalom says searching for Malaysian Flight 370 plane is like looking for a penny at the bottom of the ocean.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson talk about why MNA wages should be increased and about government regulations telling women how often to have sex before IVF treatments.
Dr. Bruce Mazer talks about a new peanut allergy study: children under the age of one who didn’t eat peanuts were 80% more likely to develop peanut allergies than those who did.
There’s a good reason why there’s a shamrock on the flag of Montreal. Blogger Kristian Gravenor talks about the history of the Irish in Montreal.
Teresa Dellar, executive director of the West Island Palliative Care Residence, says that patients should not need doctor-assisted suicide if they are getting good palliative care.
Marcus Tabachnick, executive director of the Quebec English School Boards Association, wants the new education minister to focus on students' needs.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson talk about Yves Bolduc's tough week, ending with his resignation Thursday, and Premier Couillard's badly-timed trip to Paris with six ministers.
Suicide specialist at the Douglas Hospital and McGill professor Dr. Gustavo Turecki will talk about suicide rates and warning signs of suicide.
Executive director at St. Michael’s Mission, George Greene, explains the plan to recruit volunteers to help count homeless people in Montreal starting March 24.
Leger polling executive Sebastien Dallaire shows how fear of terrorism has Canadians willing to give up freedom in exchange for dubious promises of safety.
Internet strategist Brian Rotsztein explains how to make your product stand out in the Internet.
Lawyer William Brock, celebrating his tenth anniversary of his recovery from Leukemia, raises money for blood cancer research.
Dr. Joe Schwartz weighs in on parents' concerns around the issue of child vaccinations.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta looks at world events this month, and the leading role of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Irish drag queen Panti Bliss, alter ego to Rory O'Neill, was in Montreal to talk at Concordia University on gender identity on Monday, Feb. 16, 2015.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson suggest an early curfew to Pierre Karl Peladeau, after his outburst at a concert, and the PQ's continued push for independence.
An infection diseases expert on the importance of vaccinations, after an outbreak of measles has spread to Quebec.
Hellen Christodoulo on why the overpass hit by a truck immediately collapsed
Concordia University Alan Shepard president, Montreal International president Dominique Anglade and Andy Nulman on improving employment
Sebastien Dallaire says Pierre Karl Peladeau is still the man to beat in the PQ leadership race
Author Antonio Nicaso discusses the life of Montreal mob boss Vito Rizzuto and what readers will discover about the Rizzuto family.
McGill law professor Margaret Somerville discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s ruling on doctor-assisted suicide.
Political expert Jean Lapierre says he's surprised how few MNAs are backing PQ leadership candidate Pierre Karl Peladeau.
President of Black History Month in Montreal is Michael Farkas and he explains to us the significance of this year’s theme: “Stand for something.”
Camilla Sutton, Scotiabank's chief currency strategist, talks about what's next for the falling dollar.
Political panel with Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on Quebec politics this week, including the skyrocketing costs for the Charbonneau commission.
Ami-Quebec worker Sylvia Itzhayek talks about her personal experience about what happens to a family when a child is diagnosed with a mental illness.
Dr. Olivier Farmer discusses a program at the Old Brewery Mission which helps homeless people deal with the struggles of drug abuse combined with mental problems.
McGill history professor Tassos Anastassiadis talks about the Syriza party winning the elections in Greece.
Josh Davidson visits to talk about a special week in Montreal devoted to the joy of steamed hot dogs.
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