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Andrei Markov seems to be entering the prime of his career at age 38.
The media has been criticized for helping to create negative stereotypes of mental illness. Robety Whitley and McGill discusses
There are too many sacred cows in Quebec.
All eyes were on the big change that Claude Julien tried, moving Galchenyuk back to the wing and trying Shaw at centre for the first time this season.
A federal budget and a scathing Auditor General’s report: Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe weigh in on a busy day
Sean Sprackette, tax accountant with MNP, looks at changes to the tax code that will affect you
The city wants to remove citizens’ rights to hold referendums on projects, while the feds disagree. Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic
It was a pretty complete weekend from the Habs.
What happened on Tuesday shows just how incompetent some of our public officials are, says Barry Wilson. They should be ashamed of themselves.
Bill Brownstein, Aaron Rand and Terry DiMonte offer their (not optimistic) take on Tuesday’s snowstorm and aftermath.
Alexei Emelin is having such difficulty and he just can't seem to make it through a single game without a series of massive mistakes
The Liberals never gave Alan de Souza a reason why he was rejected for consideration as the nominee in St-Laurent. Now, the party has gotten exactly what it deserves, says Barry Wilson.
McGill University’s Nicolas Cowan explains the significance of the discovery of seven new planets.
Karin Kei Nagano, daughter of the MSO conductor, is launching her second CD of classical music while taking a break from pre-med studies at
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta on President Trump’s accusations of wiretapping and stance on North Korea.
Manon Masse discusses her successful campaign to save her riding and her bid to be Quebec Solidaire’s new spokesperson.
Like George Orwell’s Animal Farm, where all animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others, in Quebec some religious symbols are obviously more equal.
Aaron Rand and Terry DiMonte don't care about running down pedestrians like Bill Brownstein when turning right on red lights
Jordie Benn is looking like an excellent acquisition. So much so, I am not that certain why the Stars made the trade.
Nicholas King of the biomedical ethics unit at McGill University on why it's best to minimize harm
I thought it was possible, but I am not surprised. Habs General Manager Marc Bergevin was not able to get it done. He wasn’t able to greatly help the Habs lineup by putting some goal scorers in it.
Cayley Sorochan studies social movements. She looks at the aftermath of the student protest.
Sebastien Dallaire of Ipsos looks at populism in Canada
Max Pacioretty has shown everyone this season what it means to be a captain.
Kyle Matthews of Concordia on the problems Montreal will face as a Sanctuary City.
Max Pacioretty’s goal broke over 120 minutes of drought for the Habs on offense. Pacioretty was criticized so much, but to me this season, he’s been the leader the Habs required.
Forget Denmark. Barry Wilson thinks there's something rotten much closer to home: in the core of the Montreal police department.
MP Anthony Housefather discusses the debates in Ottawa over Islamophobia and genetic testing.
A new coach cannot win games if the Canadiens don't have the talent they need in the required positions.
Are the Oscars still relevant? Are they doing a better job to reflect diversity? Bill Brownstein of the Montreal Gazette weighs in.