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The Quebec Liberals used to believe in civil liberties and now I am not sure what they believe in, if anything.
Marlene Jennings and Peter Trent on Jean Fortier and Mitch Garber's endorsements, the need for political parties, and more.
Jasmin Guenette of the Montreal Economic Institute on a privately-run hospital in Sweden.
McGill professor and businessman John Gradek says Bombardier had no other choice, but could there be job losees?
Peter Trent says Denis Coderre has done a lot in a short time, while Valerie Plante's challenge is to show she can manage
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand talk about distracted drivers and the bystander effect.
Is it a ploy to shore up votes with a traditional client base? Or is this about walking the walk?
Donald Cuccioletta on the drive for separation in Spain and elsewhere.
Former MP Marlene Jennings and former Westmount Mayor Peter Trentlook at the municipal political campaign.
Political science professor Graham Dodds on the second amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Quebec is in the midst of a full-blown squirrel debate that has taken on some rather serious dimensions.
Jeff Rubin, an economist who predicted very expensive oil, on what the end of Energy East could mean
Though it wasn’t a surprise that the CAQ won the by-election in Louis-Hebert, it was a surprise how large the margin was. Marlene Jennings a
As the U.S. proposes at 20 per cent cut to corporate taxes, the Canadian government is talking about raising taxes for businesses.
Ridiculous shirt, Uber’s ultimatum & end of an era at Ogilvy’s. Aaron Rand of CJAD, Bill Brownstein of the Gazette and CHOM's Terry DiMonte
It's naïve to think that sport and politics don't mix, because sometimes the lines do get crossed.
Bertrand Schepper of IRIS on why public transit should be free in Montreal
Some are worried about the rise of the far right in Germany, now with seats in parliament. McGill's Thomas Soehl weighs in.
It will be harder for German Chancellor Angela Merkel to create a stronger EU after this election.
Alouettes linebacker Kyries Hebert on why professional athletes are taking a knee or locking arms to denounce racism
Caregivers working with Alzheimer's patients want medical aid in dying extended. Jocelyne St-Arnaud from U de M elaborates.
Kyle Matthews explains the attacks on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Plateau Mayor Luc Ferrandez is livid with Denis Coderre after the death of a cyclist.
It’s not quite reefer madness but the closer we get to the legalization of pot the more I think the federal government has been pretty much making it up as it goes along.
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.
Dawson Director General Richard Filion reacts to the PQ's proposal of cutting funding to English CEGEPs.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on how a fear of Muslims and foreigners has thrived in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks
Right now, Jean-Francois Lisée is a desperate man living on borrowed time.
Krishen Rangasamy, senior economist of National Bank, on why the Bank of Canada increased its key rate