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Graham Dodds of Concordia University on wheat to expect at the impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump.
McGill's Institute of Health and Social Policy's Daniel Weinstock discusses a survey asking Canadians about medically assisted dying laws.
Patti Ranahan, associate professor at Concordia University, discusses how to spot the signs of people who may be considering suicide.
Homa Hoodfar, an Iranian-born Concordia University professor who was jailed in Iran in 2016, looks at the volatile situation in the country
CTV Montreal digital analyst Elias Makos on the FBI's request to access Apple's information -- is it an invasion of privacy?
Claire Perry, earthquake seismologist with Natural Resources Canada, says earthquakes are to be expected and we should be prepared.
Isabelle Thibault from The KANPE Foundation, which brings support to the most vulnerable in Haiti, looks at where the country is now
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Dimonte join Mutsumi Takahashi for the first Gripes panel of 2020.
Aviation expert John Gradek explains how the investigation of the Tehran crash is likely to progress.
CTV Montreal digital analyst Elias Makos looks ahead at what technological innovations we might expect in the 2020s – for better or worse
Montreal ophthalmologist Shawn Cohen is back for his annual visit and discusses how to take better care of our eyes in the new year.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has appointed native Montrealer Liane Feldman to the prestigious positions of surgeon-in-chief and Medical Director of its surgical mission.
Dr. Joe Schwarcz of the McGill Office for Science and Society discusses the impact of a vegan diet on athletic performances.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society provides advice on what to be skeptical about in 2020.
The fight to keep Quebec’s school boards will continue into 2020 after the Coalition Avenir Quebec government failed to pass a bill that would abolish them.
Adam Beattie and Hadi Shamieh of Precious Plastics on how Montrealers can recycle environment-threatening plastics themselves.
Sam Watts of the Welcome Hall Mission discusses the harsh realities faced by the 3,000 Montrealers who will be homeless during the holidays
Amy Fish, author of I Wanted Fries With That: How to Ask for What You Want and Get What You Need, on the art of complaining effectively
Michael Nguyen, president of the Professional Federation of Quebec Journalists and past president Stephane Giroux on the challenges.
The Foodhero mobile app was launched in May, and founder Jonathan Defoy wants to expand it across the border to cut down on food waste and save consumers money.
Concordia’s new president Graham Carr talks about his vision for the role and the university.
Former Conservative Party candidate Tom Pentafountas discusses what could and should happen now that its leader Andrew Scheer has resigned
The tragedy in Pointe-aux-Trembles raises questions about what can be done to support victims of conjugal violence and their children
Political junkies are in for a treat this year. In what's become an annual tradition, political analyst Donald Cuccioletta offers his book suggestions.
George Bowser and Rick Blue offer up holiday chuckles and some music with some live shows this season.
Lindsay Duncan, McGill professor in Kinesiology and Phys. Ed. says the sanctions against Russia are reasonable and must be statewide.
Dr. Joe Schwartz, director of the McGIll Office for Science and Society, takes a look at the science – and pseudoscience – of what we eat.
Many people fear artificial intelligence. Peter St. Onge of the Montreal Economic Institute looks at whether those fears are founded.
Justice Minister Sonia Lebel explains how the new Juripop pilot project will offer help to sexual assault victims.
It's not a bad idea to step back from social media and enjoy some fun books, says author and educator Stephanie Deslauriers.