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Father John Walsh of the Nazareth Community discussus helping those with mental illness, addictions, and the homeless
Dr. Richard Leblanc discusses his book Fearful asymmetry: Bouillaud, Dax, Broca and the localization of language
The Comedy All-Stars perform at Club Soda on Sept. 28.
Mila Aung-Thwin discusses his documentary Let there be light, which airs at Cinema do Parc until Sept. 27
Donald Cuccioletta on the anger, the guilt, and the sense of failure in Hillary Clinton's book 'What Happened'.
Kyle Matthews explains the attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Claire Webster of carecrosswalk.com is giving workshops on Alzheimer's disease and how to cope with it.
Whether it’s plans to ease traffic or constant hurricane coverage, Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Di Monte find reasons to complain.
Amy Blackmore of the Quebec Drama Federation discusses French newspapers publishing upcoming Quebecois theatre productions.
Emilie Nicolas, co-founder of Quebec Inclusif, comments on the city’s strategy to curb racial and social profiling.
Capt. Ryan Carey (ret'd) fought in Afghanistan. He was medically discharged with PTSD.
John Gyakum of McGill talks about how scientists analyze the probabilities of hurricanes.
Flood victims are calling on the government for more aid. Victim Rene Leblanc speaks about the call.
The owner of Peerless Clothing talks about his book and his life as a Montreal businessman
McGill University climate change expert John Gyakum talks about the recent hurricanes and what the future holds.
Eyad Atallah of McGill’s Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences on hurricanes and climate change effects
West Island Community Shares is marking 20 years of service to the community. Executive Director Leanna Bayer on how the needs have grown.
Premier Philippe Couillard explains what he hopes to accomplish in the next session of the National Assembly
Krishen Rangasamy, senior economist of National Bank, on why the Bank of Canada increased its key rate
What are we getting for those education dollars when spending goes up, but the public school population is dropping? Germain Belzile talks.
Metropolis shooting attack victim Dave Courage talks about the physical and psychological injuries after he was shot, and his new book.
Why are women meeting with such resistance in the visual effects and tech industry? Natasia Schumacher of Studio Atomic Fiction dissects the
Social worker Jessica Turmel on what can be done to fight the fentanyl crisis in Montreal.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Mutsumi Takahashi hash it out over Montreal's 375th, the rodeo, air travel, the e-race
Laval Mayor Marc Demers is certain the new Place Bell will be well attended.
Chef Chris Cosentino cooks from the heart – and with guts. His book is called Offal Good.
Dr. Stephanie Chevalier with the MUHC explains why eating protein is so crucial for seniors as they age.
Quebec English School Board's Jennifer Macarone on low enrollment and plans to send students from French schools to English ones.
What will Donald Trump do about flooding in Texas and threats in North Korea? Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta weighs in.
Coalition Avenir Quebec leader Francois Legault on new positive poll numbers and his party's stance on asylum seekers.