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Linda Rutenberg explains how she used Kickstarter to get a book of her photos out.
McGill’s Maria Popova analyzes the latest military upheaval in the Ukraine.
Controversial construction magnate Tony Accurso will take the stand at the Charbonneau Commission despite attempts to avoid it.
Lori Rubin has advice on how kids can cope with the start of a new school year.
Sibel Ataogul is suing the city of Montreal and the police department in eight class-action lawsuits stemming from the student protests of 2012.
Enid Stiles explains what her organization does for animals in need.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson offer their take Yves Bolduc, Mario Beaulieu, and other politicians.
McGill Prof Vedat Verter discusses a new train safety report.
Myroslava Gongadze talks to Mutsumi Takahashi about the killing of her husband Georgiy Gongadze in the Ukraine.
Claudine Cook from ALS Quebec talks about how funds from the ice bucket challenge will be used and the state of ALS research.
Professor Harold Chorney says that Bill 3 is a tough one to swallow for municipal workers, in an interview with Cindy Sherwin.
Karine Raynor is curator of the MUHC Art and Heritage Centre, which has a new exhibit about nursing
Kyle Matthews of the Institute for Genocide and Human Rights explains the violence at the core of ISIS.
Bill Brownstein says founder and president Serge Losique has burned many bridges that have seen the festival shrink.
Is Barack Obama the worst president in decades? Donald Cuccioletta on the impact of the Ferguson protests.
McGill's Brett House on what should happen in the municipal pension dispute.
Montreal comedian Derek Seguin comes talks about the comedy scene and the problems some comedian struggle with.
Professor Douglas Harrow explains why Islamic State is attacking Christians with the oldest roots in the Middle East
Daniel Notkin shows Paul Karwatsky how to pry open mollusks in a preview of OysterFest on Sept 6.
The Montreal comedian explains the influence of the master comedian, who died this week.
The daughter of OSM conductor Kent Nagano and concert pianist Mari Kodama plays the Classical Music Festival this weekend.
Dr. William Foulkes of the MUHC discusses the PALB2 gene and how it affects breast cancer.
Jason Rockman and Jean-Francois Martin talk about the massively popular concert series and meeting Metallica.
Raynald Hawkins of the Quebec Lifesaving Society talks about water safety in the wake of 5 death in three days, all drownings.
Paul Estrin resigned as president of the Green Party after supporting Israel in an open letter.
Catherine-Emmanuelle Delisle runs a website aimed at women who, by choice or because of their circumstances, are childless.
Eugene Lapierre of Tennis Canada explains the appeal of the sport
Jason Rockman on Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, and the countless other acts that lived the weekend.
UQAM’s Francois Audet talks to Paul Karwatsky about the dangers of ebola.
There is help available for those who are contemplating suicide, or who are worried about a friend or loved one taking their own life.