In 2014 we present Special Reports on the impact of Bill 60, seniors struggling to find work, and yet more secret locations that are part of Forbidden Montreal
The public rarely takes male anorexia seriously. Watch Aprodite Salas's special report.
Discover some of Montreal's best-kept secrets as CTV Montreal takes you behind the scenes.
Ever wonder who is in the other end of that too-good-to-be-true email? Rob Lurie in a special report on Internet scammers.
A 30-year-old Montreal grad student had his life turned upside down when he went to a clinic for a checkup.
With an unemployment rate of 7.5 percent, finding work in Quebec can be challenging. It's even harder for those over 50.
Two sisters with different perspectives on Muslim attire attempt to navigate new political realities.
Tania Krywiak presents a special report on home caregivers - and the help available
Drivers who open their doors without looking have inflicted serious injury -- even killed cyclists in Montreal. Special report by Derek Conlon.
Walking and talking really is dangerous -- for anyone holding a phone. On Thursday CTV reports on people who put themselves in the hospital using their phone.
Since the Parti Quebecois came to power more Quebecers have left our province than any time since 1997.
This week Forbidden Montreal has climbed the rails to inspect the safety of a roller coaster, gone inside the abandoned grain silos that used to hold food for millions, and shown you what's behind the doors of the Lafontaine Tunnel.
Geotags are little-known bits of information that get unknowingly shared in a lot of photos posted on the Internet. Rob Lurie presents a special report on the hazards of sharing that information.
Many girls and boys as young as eight are fighting a life-and-death battle against anorexia and other eating disorders.
Most people know to cook ground beef well, but there are other cuts of beef that can also make you sick.
From the Molson Brewery to the Metro, Annie DeMelt presents Forbidden Montreal, a six-part special report on the hidden jewels scattered across Montreal.
Energy drinks are one of the fasting growing segments of the beverage industry and there is no secret as to how they work: caffeine.
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