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Tommy Kulczyk wants the federal government to lift more out of poverty
Youssef Benzouin of FRAPRU explains the problems as vacancy drops below 2 percent in Montreal
Canadian national team player and sports analyst Dwight Walton on what the Raptors win means for the future of basketball in Canada.
New rules in Quebec allow adopted people to find out who their birth parents are. Lise Emond from Mouvement Retrouvaille explains.
Bruce Hills, president of JFL, explains the Comedy Pro Conference.
A study shows that men are working themselves to an early grave. Cassondra McCrory of the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation has more.
Russell Copeman of the Quebec English School Boards Assn. on dealing with a government that wants to abolish them.
Former Foreign Affairs Minister Pierre Pettigrew on the rise of populism, the global economy, and more.
CTV News digital analyst Elias Makos on how much data your car is collecting about you and how that data might be used in the future.
Sports are linked to better emotional health in children, according to a Quebec study by Universite de Montreal researcher Linda Pagani.
Sports are linked to better emotional health in children, according to a Quebec study by Université de Montreal researcher Linda Pagani.
Actor, author and philanthropist Yanic Truesdale on his time on 'Gilmore Girls,' working with Sigourney Weaver.
Minimum payments for credits cards are going up in Quebec. As of Aug. 1, they will climb until they hit 5 per cent. Budget consultant Elise Theriault has details and advice.
TSN racing analyst Tim Hauraney on the contentious Formula 1 race in Montreal that saw Vettel penalized over an ‘unsafe re-entry.’
Sandra Clarke of the Act foundation explains why schools will be ready for cardiac arrest
Urban planning professor David Wachsmuth analyzes new provincial regulations to ensure long-term renters have a place to live
A bid by St. Joseph’s Oratory to be excluded from a sexual assault lawsuit has been rejected. Alleged victim Sebastien Richard reacts.
In a sports-themed Gripes, our team finds ways to complain about Montrealers cheering for the Raptors, F1 weekend and dodgeball.
Dr. David G. Harper, author of BioDiet: The Scientifically Proven, Ketogenic Way to Lose Weight explains ketosis and eating fat for health.
In 2015 police in London were puzzled by a massive heist: over the Easter long weekend thieves lowered themselves down an elevator shaft, drilled into a massive vault, and emptied the contents of dozens of safety deposit boxes.
Apple is taking the kludgy program that transformed online music and splitting it into three.
Aviation analyst John Gradek on why Transat would appeal to Groupe Mach, which has primarily focused on real estate until now
Liberal MNA for D’Arcy-McGee, David Birnbaum delivered a passionate address to the National Assembly against Bill 21.
Adam Radomsky, research chair in anxiety and related disorders at Concordia, on new research into Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Mathieu Durand is a climber working on joining the Seven Summits Club – reaching the highest peak in each continent.
Claire Webster was a caregiver for many years and spoke about what the judge’s decision means to her. Cadotte was given two years in prison.
From coast to coast, Canadians are watching as the Toronto Raptors try and bring home their first-ever NBA title.
Nakuset of the Native Women’s Shelter explains the magnitude of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls being labeled a genocide.
The Lester B. Pearson School Board's enrollment has seen a sharp decline in recent years, making it likely that several schools will close in the coming years.
Sterling Downey said the school could merge with Lasalle Community Comprehensive High School. Beurling's enrollment is at just 313 in 2019.
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