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Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Dr. Bruce Mazer on how allergies change throughout your lifetime, and what you can do.
The lawyer’s book focusses on 50 rulings that established significant principles that govern our country.
Gabriella Szabo is a health specialist from Concordia University and gives tips on back-to-school stress.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte on how you can’t get there from here
Jean Lapierre on why the Liberals continue to be the most popular party in the province, even though some disagree about their budget cuts. Plus the problems facing the PQ and Bloc
Jim Pfaus of Concordia University tested Addyi, aka flibanserin and found it increased the desire for sex, but didn't necessarily improve sex.
Daniel Notkin on how to pick them, shuck them, and eat them.
Stephen Takacsy of Lester Asset Management on how China grew too fast, and is still struggling with communist traditions.
Sebastien Dallaire, VP of Leger, on the effect the Mike Duffy trial is having, and why leaders are repeatedly visiting Quebec.
NDP candidate Anne Lagace-Dowson is set to run up against Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in the Papineau riding
Terry Cutler, cybersecurity expert, on what everyone can learn from the Ashley Madison data breach
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand are incredulous that 20% of Quebecers can’t name the party in power.
Chris Waddell of Carleton University explains why he believes campaign events are changing and sometimes leaving undecided voters behind.
Dr. Marie-Eve Morin of Clinique Cameleon on the painkiller that has killed a dozen people in Quebec city.
Jean Lapierre discusses the latest federal/provincial poll numbers, Jean-Martin Aussant’s return, and more.
Donald Cuccioletta analyzes Donald Trump’s candidacy to become the Republican candidate for president.
Marie-Josee Loiselle of the Montreal Economic Institute on our city’s lack of work.
Gaetan Barrette is trying to do what many health ministers have tried before him – overhaul the health care system.
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand complain about traffic, taxis, mailboxes and the election
Rodney Sassi, athletic therapist for the Alouettes, on making sure your feet are fit.
Jean Lapierre looks at the Duffy trial, and what people are thinking during the long campaign.
Eve Pare of the Hotel Association of Montreal on how the industry views Air BnB as unfair competition.
The actor and performance artist explains the challenges of going through a sex change.
Dr. Richard Montoro studies the mental health of lesbian, gay and transgendered people.
Catherine Roberge, trauma nurse, on drownings and near-drownings.
The former political reporter discusses the highs and lows of Thursday’s debate
Sterling Downey, the founder of the the graffiti festival, is now a city councillor.
The highway through Laval has now been renamed after Jean Noel Lavoie, Laval’s first mayor.