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What Quebecers see in the mirror is neither good nor bad, according to a new book by pollster Jean-Marc Leger.
Did either U.S. presidential candidates make gains outside their fan base in the debate? Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta weighs in.
If we are concerned about pollution and traffic congestion, maybe we should also think about plants, says cardiologist Dr. Francis Reeves.
Nutrition practitioner Danielle Levy on a new study showing 25 per cent of Quebec youth are overweight.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte share their complaints about traffic, summer, and endless construction
Gilles Duceppe and Marlene Jennings discuss Yan Plante, Rona, Uber, and the PQ leadership race
Author Daniel Levitin on his new book about critical thinking
Alexis Lahorra of Concordia belongs to Jack.org, which is trying to raise awareness of mental health
Dr. Christopher Labos on why acupuncture is not going to cure anything
Marina Boulos-Winton, the executive director of Chez Doris, explains the history of the shelter
Pierre Blain of the Quebec health and social services users committee on the ramifications of doing away with extra health care fees.
Dr. Wassim Kassouf, surgeon at the MUHC, discusses bladder cancer and the difficulties treating it
Brian Bronfman and Myriam Keyloun are leading a dialogue Monday at Temple Emanu-el Beth Sholom
MP Francis Scarpaleggia is chair of the committee to change First Past The Post voting
On the day of the Dawson shootings, Dr. Nadia Szkrumelak has her skills as a psychiatrist tested, and it changed how ERs respond to traumatic events.
Lisa Mezzacappa spent a year after the Dawson shooting learning how to climb stairs.
Dawson College's Director General Richard Filion speaks about how some staff members are still recovering from the Dawson shootings.
Reporter Tania Krywiak was one of the first reporters on the scene the day of the Dawson shootings. She describes the experience.
Dr. Tarek Razek is director of the Montreal General Hospital’s trauma unit. He was in surgery when a dozen shooting victims arrived
Suicide Action Montreal’s Sharon Casey on what to do if you fear a loved one is suicidal.
Environmental assessment expert Michel Bouchard on whether the Energy East pipeline is necessary and what the risks actually are.
Amanda Ghahremani, niece of Concordia professor Hoda Hoodfar, discusses her aunt's deteriorating health in an Iranian prison.
The Comedy All-Stars will be raising funds on Sept. 8 at Club Soda for On Our Own, a group that helps women in distress.
Enid Stiles would prefer to have more owners be responsible, but admits that will never happen
Youri Chassion of the Montreal Economic Institute argues school boards do more harm than good
The Montreal Neurological Institute's Farnood Gholami on how an Xbox can help MS patients improve their ability to walk.
Ipsos VP Sebastien Dallaire explains the latest polls and trends in the American election campaign.
Film critic Bill Brownstein on why the fortieth edition of the Montreal World Film Festival could be the last.
Luca 'Lazylegz' Patuelli on his group Rad Movement, which believes that anyone can dance, given the opportunity.
The Als won’t just be combating the Blue Bombers on Friday, but hunger as well, as they will hold their annual food drive that evening.