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TripAdvisor for medical treatment: Germany has a system to compare hospital services. Youri Chassin of Montreal’s Economic Institute thinks
The Au Contraire Film Festival is seeking to dispel negative stereotypes of mental illness. Comedian Christophe Davidson weighs in.
The only Quebec to have ever climbed both faces of Everest, Gabriel Filippi has written a book called The Escapist.
Montreal Sexual Assault Centre’s Debbie Trent on the Sklavounos allegations and the importance of consent.
Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford returned to Montreal after winning the Finlandia trophy
Dr. Lucie Lessard says only 10 percent of Canadian women having mastectomies opt for breast reconstruction
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on how the nation’s capitol is preparing to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Doctors Joseph Hanaway and John Burgess have written a history of the Montreal General Hospital
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute believes the STM could save money if it was privatized
Author and journalist Pascale Navarro discusses what we can learn about sexual assault in the wake of allegations against Donald Trump.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz on how to sort the good from the bad when conspiracy theories get more traction than reality.
Dr. Charles Kowalski took out a full-page ad supporting the former Canadien
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe on the changes to Quebec's political landscape
Gabriella Coleman on what Yahoo executives ordered without informing their security department.
Donald Cuccioletta on the nasty U.S. presidential campaign
For the 33rd year, the RCMP is raising money through a spaghetti luncheona. Lori talks to Francois Deschenes, Commanding Officer for the RCMP in Quebec
Concordia professor Bruce Hicks analyzes Jean-Francois Lisee's election as PQ leader and what it means for the next election.
Scarlett James touts Montreal's Burlesque Festival as a celebration of history
Enid Stiles discusses data and health regulations for animals travelling in and out of Canada
Legendary wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper was known for flamboyance, but his children and biographers knew a different side to the man.
Journalist Pascale Navarro talks about her book 'Women and Power: The Case for Parity.'
Catherine Legrand of McGill's History Dept. on what will happen now that the people of Colombia said no to a peace deal.
McGill University provost Christopher Manfredi launches a task force on indigenous studies.
Mental health advocate Yves Gelinas talks about a new campaign as Mental Health Awareness Week begins.
Ross King’s book Mad Enchantment is also a story about war, friendship and getting old.
A new book from Naomi Duguid documents a cook's travels through the former Persian empire.
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.