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Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe analyze Justin Trudeau's cabinet shakeup and the myriad controversies surrounding Donald Trump.
Dr. Guy Rouleau of the Montreal Neurological Institute discusses ‘open science’ and intellectual property.
Arnold Zwaig of ScotiaMcLeod on what you need to do for 2017 to earn wealth
Concordia University's André Gagné is an editor of the book about the causes and goals of terrorism
Joey Elias explains how comedians raise funds and perform for the community
Jewish General Hospital head oncologist Gerald Batist explains a new registry that will offer experimental drugs to cancer patients.
John Murphy of Borden Ladner Gervais on new legal complications for 2017
Psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Payne on how to cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Kyle Matthews explains how a terrorist chose to attack a symbol of the Western world.
Work and life coach Minda MIloff offers tips on how to keep your New Year's resolutions.
With 2017 nearly upon us, Evelyn Reid of montreal.about.com offers some of Montreal's option for celebrating New Year's Eve.
Jason Rockman is shocked so many musicians died in 2016
Montreal Gazette’s legendary cartoonist Terry “Aislin” Mosher on the troubled year that was 2016.
While the holidays bring joy to some, for others it can prove to be the loneliest time of year, says family therapist Vikki Stark.
Donald Cuccioletta discusses Donald Trump’s cabinet and the weakening of American influence
Gambling is a growing concern among young people. Jeffrey Derevensky of McGill University's Youth Gambling Centre explains the risks.
Michael Sabia discussed the challenges of earning money in 2016
Mathieu Bedard of the Montreal Economic Institute discusses reasons Quebec should not raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
The holidays can be a time for hidden safety hazards. Valentino Tramonti specializes in consumer product safety with Health Canada.
While the international community debates politics, the people of Aleppo are sick, sick or dying. Myriam Keylouni is a Syrian refugee.
More and more Montrealers are relying on food banks, especially among the young, says Head & Hands director Andrea Clarke.
Donald Cuccioletta on his reading choices for political lovers
Jonathan Cheung of Appetite for Books with his recommendations for the chef in your life
Psychiatrist Ron Fraser on the problems faced when shopping is a way to deal with emotional distress
Dr. Joe Schwarcz on real trees, where artificial trees come from, and which is better for the environment
Sylvie Dagenais-Douville of Montreal’s Laughing Institute is behind Mon premier livre de yoga du rire
Lawyer Anne-France Goldwater discusses her coalition that’s fighting Montreal’s pit bull bylaw.
Simon Tremblay of the Bar of Montreal on the provincial government's plan to hire more judges and prosecutors.
Graham Dodds explains how Donald Trump’s social media postings are trashing stocks and sparking diplomatic incidents
Gilles Duceppe and Marlene Jennings discuss the by-election results