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Joey Elias is Grand Marshal of the parade directed by Jim Beauchamp. Tom Whelan is Irishman of the year and Ken Dolan organizes the parade.
Joey Elias is grand marshal of the parade. Jim Beauchamp is parade director. Tom Whelan is Irishman of the year, while Ken Dolan organizes the parade.
The business leader was supposed to attract voters concerned about the economy. Don Macpherson thinks his candidacy will have a different impact.
Robert Kilgour of Concordia University has found a link between hand grip strength and cancer survival rates.
The president of Just for Laughs says being Maitres Chez Nous is an image from the '50s; successful Quebecers have abandoned language debates to conquer the world
Sebastien Dallaire of Leger discusses what Pierre Karl Peladeau means for the election, and why sovereignty is an old person's cause.
Dr. Alan Barkun on screening for colorectal cancer, which is highly curable if detected - and can be deadly if ignored.
Gilles Duceppe and Yolande James discuss the impact of Pierre Karl Peladeau on the election campaign.
Leger's Sebastien Dallaire discusses the latest polling numbers with Tarah Schwartz.
The Gazette's Don Macpherson and McGill professor Antonia Maioni talk about how the Quebec election may unfurl.
CTV reporter Rob Lurie joins Mutsumi Takahashi in studio to discuss problems that come with buying and selling online.
Drivers in western Montreal are about to face major traffic jams that could go on for years. NDG-CDN Borough Mayor Russell Copeman discusses
Colonel Jennie Carignan leads an all-female command team.
Lori Graham at Palais des Congres for the annual two-wheel fest
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on political leaders clearing house and finding new candidates.
Lesley Chesterman on why wild game meat is coming to menus in Quebec.
Jean-Martin Fortier and Maude-Helene Desroches are the founders of Les Jardins de la Grelinette
Kristian Gravenor on coldcasesmedia.com, a website for families of unsolved murder victims
Professor of history at UQAM, Roman Serbyn joins Tarah Schwartz in studio to explain the chaos still unfolding in Ukraine’s capital
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Di Monte kvetch
Tax partner at MNP, Sean Sprackett joined CTV in studio to discuss the PQ's newly tabled budget.
From our Quebec City bureau, The Gazette’s Don Macpherson is in studio to discuss the PQ’s tabled budget.
Jean Lapierre says today's budget will never be voted on, and several bills will die on the table
At the Hunting, Fishing and Camping Show Lori Graham talks to one of Quebec's professional fishermen.
Former Liberal finance minister Raymond Bachard is the head of a new partnership between HEC Montreal and the Conference Board of Canada to make Quebec more competitive.
Donald Cuccioletta was at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and says there are wide differences in perception.
The Montreal police department has spent 25 years working overseas, teaching peacekeeping
Dinu Bumbaru of Heritage Montreal is fighting to keep Montreal’s architectural history alive.
Psychologist Jim Pfaus has sex on the brain.
Don Macpherson says Jacques Parizeau has exquisite timing in skewering the PQ economy.
The second novel by the Quebec author has been translated into English.
Youri Chassin of the Montreal Economic Institute on why the government cannot cut taxes and maintain services
Dr. Joe Schwarcz on how athletes have always tried illegitimate ways to enhance performance.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson discuss the possibility of an early election.
Diane Nyisztor of KPMG says this is when to plan your next fiscal year.
Authors Bruce Lourie and Rick Smith spoke to Mutsumi Takahashi about toxins and ways to remove them from the body, or ways to reduce ingesting them in the first place.
February is a time to recall the people that strengthened a community.
Randy Renaud has compiled 10 of the top events that shaped modern music.
PixMob is a Montreal company that has innovative ways to make people part of the action.
John Lu and Francois Gagnon deconstruct the latest Habs effort with Brian Wilde.
Enid Stiles on how to help your animals in cold weather.
Caregivers are facing pressure dealing with patients who can be difficult.
Dr. Howard Steiger on the role of genetics in triggering eating disorders.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson say the corruption inquiry is showing how linked the three groups are -- to the detriment of the people.
Steve Harvey, dean of JMSB school of business, on lost productivity.
Robert Gagne of HEC Montreal says the provincial government is not sustainable.
Dr. Lise Laporte and Dr. Ronald Fraser wrote a children's book for those dealing with parents with borderline personality disorder. Dr. Fraser discusses it with Mutsumi Takahashi.
The summer and winter Olympian famously battles with depression.
Opera de Montreal is staging Gershwin's classic
Some people need a day off because they cannot cope. But that can be avoided.
Opera de Montreal is staging Gershwin's classic
What should you look for when choosing a home for your elderly loved ones? Jessica Labarile, who represents private placement agencies, has tips.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Di Monte are the Gripes of the Round Table
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on the harsh divisions in Quebec politics.
Mutsumi Takahashi talks to automotive journalist Gabriel Gelinas about the hottest, newest wheels.
The director of the Mont Megantic observatory on the Gemini Planet Imager and what it means for the search for new life.
The school is the only Cegep taking a firm stand against the Charter of Values.
Arvind Jain of Concordia's John Molson school of business explains bitcoin.
Brian Rotsztein on how to make sure your data stays around forever.
Gerry Cutting says the Charter is a giant step backward for equality.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson say the Charter hearings' goal is to increase support in advance of an election.
The book is "Being Uncle Charlie, a life undercover with killers, kingpins, bikers and druglords"
Many strains of e. coli are necessary for human digestion, but O157:H7 can be deadly
Dr. Christopher Labos explains why people should eat properly, but skip diets.
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand start the New Year with a few complaints
With the overwhelming majority of deaths through trauma happening in the developing world, doctors in Montreal are sharing life-saving techniques.
McGill is offering a free eye screening clinic
Health psychologist Jim Gavin explains why we hate to exercise and how we can change that.
Columnist and Gazette blogger Richard Burnett talks about his picks for the hottest Montrealers of 2013.
Columnist and Gazette blogger Richard Burnett talks about the people he deemed to be the hottest Montrealers of 2013.
Once again Eman, Jess Salomon, and other comics are ready to bust your gut as Jews and Muslims unite in humour
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on the leaderless Bloc, Mourani's change of heart, and much more political analysis.
Dr. Dauphin led the R3MMU - the medical unit in Kandahar's military hospital.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz explains the use of the biblical Christmas presents
UQAM professor Aziz Salmone discusses what’s next for South Africa with Caroline van Vlaardingen.
Cindy Sherwin talks to Cyril Morgan of the Welcome Hall Mission
Chef Taymer Mason is redefining Caribbean cuisine by going vegan. Here she presents two recipes from her cookbook, Caribbean Vegan: Eggplant Accras and Vegetarian Ham
Don Macpherson and Jean Lapierre look at the past week in politics.
The former NHL player has written about his career, and his problems with drug addiction.
Enid Stiles on how to make a home dog- and cat-safe
Yves Gelinas presents results of a study on natural gas fracking and pollution.
The presidents of the United States often make declarations that break the checks and balances system of the US government. Graham Dodds explains how in his book Take Up Your Pen
Mutsumi Takahashi sits with Kyle Matthews from Concordia University’s Genocide and Human Rights studies, to discuss the impact and loss of Nelson Mandela.
Eating disorders are third-most common chronic illness among adolescents
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson tear apart Pauline Marois's contradictions on the Charter of Values
The former anchor is back with a collection of short stories. His book launches Thursday at Paragraphe bookstore.
William Watson on how Quebec ballooned to a $2.5 billion deficit, and if Quebecers should be worried.
Chris Hadfield discusses spacewalks and more in his new book.
50 Foods, The Essentials of Good Taste is the latest book by the Ed Behr.
Kristian Gravenor discusses the sordid history of the big city.
The lover of classic tales took it upon himself to rework 12 books that are embedded in the public consciousness.
Don Macpherson and Jean Lapierre discuss the Charter, the budget, and the PQ's inability to tone down debate
Marianopolis professor David O'Keefe has written One Day in August about the quest to break codes and how it led to a military slaughter.
Eliane Legault-Roy represents la CLES, which helps women trying to save money to stop prostituting themselves. A fundraiser happens Sat. Nov. 30 at Espace La Fontaine
He gave up a spot in the National Assembly and won a spot in the House of Commons.
The flu vaccine can lower your risk of a heart attack, while new guidelines allow slightly more salt in your diet. Wendy Wray explains.
Leonard Moore discusses the assassinated president and whether he was the triumph of style over substance.
Author Peter Kirby's latest murder mystery is set in the gentrifying Montreal neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
The new behind-the-scenes series airs at 4:30 p.m. Saturdays on CTV Montreal
Varda Mann-Feder says today's twentysomethings are 'less driven to take on adult responsibilties'
The public rarely takes male anorexia seriously. Watch Aprodite Salas's special report.