CTV News at 11:30
Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Youri Chassin of the Montreal Economic Institute on how governments can fight climate change and grow the economy.2
Jean Lapierre looks at the dispute between Denis Coderre and Luc Ferrandez, the poor response to the Charbonneau report, and if it's possible to work solely in English in Montreal
He’s telling Montreal’s Board of Trade Canadians should do more for the environment.
Yanick Labrie on the court battle to allow private healthcare in a public system
Sebastien Dallaire of Leger analyzes polls concerning the Couillard governnment and public workers.
Author Ian Brown dissects being 60 in his new book, Sixty: The Beginning of the End, or the End of the Beginning?
The conductor of the MSO says music can inspire our best, and help mourn our worst.
The former CFCF news anchor has a third mystery novel about reporter Ty Davis.
Michel Juneau-Katsuya examines the co-ordinated shootings and how it will affect Canada's plan to accept refugees
Kyle Matthews and Amberin Zaman discuss the root causes of terrorist acts.
Andre Gagne, religion professor at Concordia University, says people become convinced by an ideology that blends politics and religion
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Joey Elias discuss sewage, the Mordecai Richler gazebo and Aaron's driving gets roasted.
The family album is about celebrities who managed to make us feel like family.
Jean Lapierre on the fallout of the Montreal’s dump – and how Syrian refugees will be integrated.
Elizabeth Gomery, Andy Nulman and Alan Shepard discuss the federal cabinet, Montreal's entrepreneurial spirit and maternity leave
Parisella has written a book about his years with Robert Bourassa, Claude Ryan, Daniel John and Jean Charest.
The photographer’s exhibit about the MMA fighter is at Le Centre Phi
Andrew Cumming of the Space Research Institute on why Montreal wants to become an interstellar leader.
Dr. Christian Pineau explains the auto-immune disease and its effects on the body.
Jean Lapierre looks at the federal cabinet, the Conservative party’s challenges, and Monday’s by-elections.
Donald Cuccioletta explains how new ministers will affect Canada’s international role
Dr. Alexander Sender Liberman explains risk ratios and how to prevent and treat colorectal cancer.
Stephen Cole looks at the NHL in the expansion era
Sebastien Dallaire looks at the election results and what Canadians think of them.
The economist argues that Canada needs more tolls on roads to keep drivers at home to reduce traffic
Terry Di Monte, Bill Brownstein and Aaron Rand kvetch about taxi rules and daylight saving time too.