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Projet Montreal leader Valerie Plante talks about her hopes for the party, and getting ready for the municipal elections.
Jean-Francois Lisée was counting on a deal to make things better for the Parti Quebecois. So were the Canadiens.
Claude Sarrazin on why terrorists target places where people gather to enjoy themselves.
Political science professor Graham Dodds discusses Trump's first presidential international trip.
They have no public support for their contract demands. They have no public support for their clown pants charade. Public confidence in Montreal police is probably lower than it has ever been.
Contractor Walter Assi talks about where to begin when you're faced with the huge task of renovating and rebuilding post-flood.
Floods, rain, climate change: Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte talk with Mutsumi Takahashi about what’s on Montrealers’ minds
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe discuss Couillard's handling of the emergency.
Antoine Rayroux of Concordia explains how a centrist outsider was elected president of France
Concordia University professor Antoine Rayroux casts a glimpse on the French election this far.
There is no doubt there are many gunning for the Quebec Liberals, and not just the opposition parties, but they are the only people with a target on their backs.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute on why Quebecers no longer want to buy liquor at the SAQ
After 100 days in office, President Trump’s approval ratings are at a historic low. Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta explains what tha
Montreal might have named a new traffic czar, but the Gripes crew isn't so sure how much that will solve.
Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux may have done the right thing but overall, a lousy week for Quebec's Liberals.
It's been the week from hell for Quebec's Liberals but Barry Wilson thinks at least Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux got it right when he apologized for answering an English question in French.
Abeille Gelinas is working with Montreal Digital Spring to show residents why the city is the world's digital arts capital
The Battle of Vimy Ridge had no strategic impact on World War I. Historian Tim Cook has theories on why it captured the Canadian imagination
Concordia political science professor Antoine Rayroux weighs in on the French elections and what's at stake.
It's not enough to be coached well and do all the technical right things. You have to be able to seize all of the possession and all of the opportunity then take care of the final five feet
A week after an international meeting, Concordia’s Kyle Matthews discusses the obstacles the world faces when it comes to stopping atrocitie
The t-shirts the Habs are wearing for these playoffs say "all in." Three games to decide if that is just a slogan on their chests or an undeniable feeling in their hearts.
The Rangers wanted it more Tuesday.
CALACS' Marlihan Lopez discussed the SQ’s decision to reclassify, rather than reopen, sexual assault cases.
Bradley Doucet of the Montreal Economic Institute discusses the economic challenges facing the BIXI program.
Karl Weiss and Harvey Cohen remember Mark Wainberg as a brilliant researcher and compassionate human.
Jordie Benn sent the signal early that he was ready to dish it out.
Mohammad Mannan of Concordia’s Institute for Information Systems Engineering discusses the revelations of the RCMP spying on cell phones.
Animal behaviourist Enid Stiles on the questionable use of medical marijuana for pets.
Author Howard Shubert discusses his new book 'Architecture on Ice: A History of the Hockey Arena.'