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Terry Di Monte, Bill Brownstein and Aaron Rand moan for good reasons and bad.
Co-founders and cousins Harry Drakopoulos and Angelo Destounis explain how their partnership with Adidas came about.
The winner of the Killam prize for natural sciences has made a career of understanding neutron stars and pulsars.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on why the PQ membership drive has failed
Youri Chassin of the Montreal Economic Institute says high taxes are undermining the economy.
A Park Ex city councillor of Greek heritage says that the loss of the church is a massive blow.
Alan Shepard, Dominique Anglade and Andy Nulman hone in on some of the challenges faced by the city of Montreal.
UQAM Poli Sci Prof Andre Lamoureux analyzes the ongoing student protest movement in an interview with Tarah Scwhartz.
Concordia Marketing Professor Onur Bodur says customers are using many resources.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson say this week's protests at UQAM have wasted the political capital remaining from the Red Square movement of 2012.
The Christian Right is facing off against the Coastal Elites in a battle for religious freedom vs. civil rights. Donald Cuccioletta explains.
Montrealer Camilla Wynne, who was a guest on CTV Montreal at noon Tuesday, offers one of her favourite recipes.
Thousands of white-clad ravers spent the night dancing at the Bell Centre, leaving early Monday morning. Here are some scenes.
Dr. Isabelle Ouimet-Morin researches domestic violence and how victims can suffer from depression and psychotic symptoms.
Don Macpherson looks at the warning to protesting students from the education minister, and the wise hiring decision made by Pierre Karl Peladeau.
A 3-day conference marks Autism Awareness Day. Nathalie Garcin is director of the Gold Centre.
The man trying to bring Major League Baseball back to Montreal discusses this weekend's exhibition games.
Laurie Gordon explains the Animaze film festival and how it differs from other events
Dr. Sophie Gosselin explains how to keep safe, and when to call Poison Control at 1-800-463-5050
McGill professor of Business and Strategy Karl Moore explains why Best Buy is wiping a brand out of the marketplace.
Nebras Warsi, president of the Medical Student Society of McGill, explains why hundreds of doctor and nursing students oppose Bill 20.
Julian 'Zeus' McLurkin discusses bullying at Roslyn Elementary school
Jasmine Guenette of the Montreal Economic Institute looks at the good and the bad in the provincial budget
Treasury Board president Martin Coiteux says the budget will make things better.
Concordia PhD candidate Xavier de Carné de Carnavalet is studying just how strong your Internet passwords actually are.
Vincent Geloso of the Montreal Economic Institute previews the provincial budget, and what Quebecers should want for the future
CHOM-FM host Bilal Butt is the honourary president of Leucan for Montreal and Laval
Poet Lukas Markov, a former inmate at Bordeaux Prison, sheds light on the conditions that feed the urge to escape.
Writer Andrew Cohen examines 48 hours in the life of John F. Kennedy
Leger polling executive Sebastien Dallaire on polls showing Quebec voters lean NDP and Liberal, but there is support for the Conservative party and the Bloc Quebecois