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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'
Don Macpherson says his opponents are calling him a flip-flopper as his decisions get changed and altered.
Alan Shepard, president of Concordia University, says students and professors are a resource to be used for the greater good
Dr. Nitika Pant Pai of the MUHC is working on a self-diagnosis kit for HIV.
Tania Krywiak talks about the people she met researching the difficulties involved in caring for a loved one.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte whine about Denis Coderre
David Ellemberg's research says the best thing to do for your baby is to get up and move during pregnancy.
UPAC raids, questionable candidates, it never ends for Quebec's political theatre
Anne Michaels and Bernice Eisenstein have collaborated on biographical portraits of important figures in history.
The Rt. Hon. Joe Clark has a new book called How We Lead: Canada in a century of change.
Shea Emry of the Montreal Alouettes is the Quebec spokesperson for Movember mental health.
Quebec Inclusif President Remi Bourget joins Caroline Van Vlaardingen in studio to discuss why his group adamantly opposes the PQ’s tabled charter of values.
It’s chronic pain week in Quebec. McGill University’s Deborah Radcliffe-Branch joins Mustsumi in studio on Nov. 8 to discuss the condition.
A cleaning woman, working alone overnight in a government office? She'd have to lose her hijab or her job.
Ilona Dougherty on how Melanie Joly was able to get people to the polls without a party machine.
Yes it sounds ridiculous, but people are getting seriously hurt because they cannot look around while walking and talking on a cell phone.
Paul Wells explains how Stephen Harper is leading Canada to become a Conservative Party country -- whatever that means.
Vivek Venkatesh analyzes the neo-nazi strain of music called Black Metal
Russell Copeman, Kevin Copps, Andrew Ross and Michael Simkin all want to be mayor of Cote des Neiges/Notre Dame de Grace
Arvind Sharma discusses his biography of the man who led India to independence.
Michael Specter is a writer with the New York, author of 'Denialism' and speaker at this week's Is That A Fact symposium
Caroline Van Vlaardingen explains why linguistic tensions and PQ policies are convincing anglophones and francophone to give up on Quebec. Her full report airs Wednesday.
He explains why Montrealers should elect him.
A pair of pundits weigh in on Duffygate and the PQ's sudden electoral shyness.
Analysts Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson on the fallout of the 3 senators, and the PQ pretending it suddenly no longer wants an election.
The Coalition Montreal mayoral candidate on his accomplishments and plan.
Two-time Arthur Ellis award winner Howard Shrier discusses his latest book.
Jobs that used to define Canada are vanishing.
What is the biggest challenge for Montreal and how will she solve it?
The Projet Montreal leader explains how he will solve Montreal's biggest challenges.
Mutsumi Takahashi sits with Concordia University's Kathleen Boies to chat about how taking a sick day differs depending where you live.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson look at the Montreal campaign, and the PQ deciding if it can afford to trigger a vote this fall.
Newspapers are no longer printing letters from climate change deniers, while the gullible believe vaccines can cause autism. Dr. Joe Schwarcz tries to separate fact from fiction.
Robert Darnton is director of the University Library at Harvard
Richard Adler argues that an aging population means opportunities.
Francine Pelletier has a documentary on a leader of the student movement and a longtime advisor's switch to being in the front seat.
Dr. Mimi Israel on physical manifestations of mental illness
Denis Coderre is the front-runner but Joly is also a contender. Meanwhile the PQ have no interest in compromise.
The family behind Dante's and Mezza Luna has a new cookbook.
If voters aren't interested, politicians can rob them blind. Ilona Dougherty of Apathy is boring provides reasons to vote.
Dr. Patricia Conrod of the University of Montreal says brief meetings can prevent mental health issues.
The federal Liberal leader writes about his time in politics.
Use it or lose it, says Psychology professor Larry Baer
Robert Libman and Antonia Maioini consider who made an impression in the first televised debate
Journalist and documentary filmmaker Francine Pelletier talks about divisions between Quebec’s feminists, created by the Charter of Values.
Jean Lapierre and Gazette columnist Don Macpherson talk Jacques Parizeau, the charter, and the PQ’s showdown with school boards.
Mose Persico chats with NASA Astronauts Cady Coleman & Mike Massimino to get their thoughts on Gravity.
Animal Behaviorist and vet Enid Stiles in studio, to chat about the cost that comes along with taking care of our furry friends.
10-year-old Tommaso Maffei and The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada’s Alyssa Brandone in studio to talk about the importance of blood cancer research.
Municipal election candidate Linton Garner outlines some of what black Montrealers want from the city.
Screenwriter Steve Gallucio, best known for Mambo Italiano talks about his latest play coming to the Centaur Theatre
Caregivers toolkit organizer Lynn Harris explains what people need to know to help others, and help themselves
University of Montreal’s Jennifer O’Loughlin shares her view on young adults and smoking
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson look at the UPAC raids on the Liberal party, and loose PQ ties to organized crime
Trudy Lieberman and David Secko discuss problems with reporting health stories
Professor Ralf St. Clair, McGill faculty of Education, specializes in adult illiteracy.
Dr. Stella Daskalapoulou researches the effects of age and sex on heart attacks.
Dean Steve Harvey discusses his school's top ranking for being environmentally aware.
Arthur Newman of the United Kennel Club of Montreal
Paul Frank talks to Caroline Van Vlaardingen about an upcoming medical facility reports.
Demographer Jack Jedwab interprets some confusing poll results in a chat with Caroline Van Vlaardingen.
Bill Brownstein on this weekend's Emmy Awards.
Brian Daly's book is about the history of the game created by a Canadian.
Lesley Chesterman says foodie culture is destroying fine dining
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson look at the week in politics
Frederick Megret is the Canada Research Chair in the law of Human Rights at McGill’s law faculty
Leonard Moore discusses the recent history of the US and its application to the civil war in Syria.
Celine Porcheron and Gwen Nacos explain the rationale behind Cedars Cansupport.
Lou Ferrigno, aka Mr. Universe, Mr. America, and the Incredible Hulk,speaks about his career.
Jean Lapierre and Don Macpherson argue the PQ is abandoning inclusiveness in order to create a rural-urban split.
From soba noodes to southwest lasagna and sea bass provencal, Heather Paperman and Etty Bienstock have recipes.
Concordia professor emeritus Henry Habib analyses Barack Obama's call to arms
From soba noodles to southwest lasagne and sea bass provencal, Heather Paperman and Etty BIenstock have recipes
The minister for democratic institutions lobbies in favour of his Charter of Quebec Values.
Daniel Weinstock, law professor, on whether the PQ’s proposal is necessary
Her work is on display at Joyce Yahuda gallery, 372 Ste. Catherine West.
Dr. Schwartz explains why it’s done, and been done for hundreds of years.
Robert Libman says the PQ leaked its Charter in order to dodge arguments about its poor economic showing
Jonathan Reisler on being the third generation to work in the garment industry.
Stephane Giroux explains how the corruption inquiry will look at organized crime and unions.
Rakugo is an ancient form of storytelling in Japan that will be on display at the Botanical Gardens on Saturday
Universite de Montreal history professor Samir Saul on the U.S. and the world’s options in Syria.
Jill Barker talks to Mutsumi about menopause and middle age spread.
The Values Charter debate has become a fascinating battle for political pundits, as Don MacPherson tells Mutsumi Takahashi
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