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Political analyst Martin Patriquin on this week in politics: Big losses for the PQ, minimum wage increases, Montreal nixed by Amazon.
Ken Monteith of the Quebec Coalition of Community Groups Against AIDS on Evelyn Farha's legacy.
Alex Moreau of the Montreal Economic Institute on how much taxpayers give to corporations.
New cars and trends are on display at the 75th annual Montreal Auto Show. Automotive technology expert Denis Talbot has the highlights.
Kyle Matthews of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies says ISIS members must face justice in Canada.
A group of Quebec women has come together to push the ‘me too’ movement forward. We speak with Francine Pelletier about sexual misconduct.
Prof. Aparna Nadig of McGill University on how being bilingual aided those with autism in switching tasks.
Ziad Nasreddine said his test does not assess mental illness or judgment -- it assess memory problems and signs of Alzheimer's
Criminal lawyer Walid Hijazi offers insight into the jurors at the Lac-Megantic trial not being able to reach a consensus.
Centre for Research Action on Race Relations director Fo Niemi on why he wants public consultation on systemic racism in Montreal.
Father Emmett Johns, who founded Dans La Rue, left behind a legacy. Former executive director Aki Chitacov on what he meant to street kids.
Marc Robitaille of the Canadian Plastics Industry Assn. on Montreal's plastic bag ban.
Dr. Marie-Eve Morin on the dangers posed by cocaine laced with fentanyl, which was found for the first time in Montreal this month.
Political analyst Martin Patriquin on Trump's language and Valerie Plante's first big test as mayor.
Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein gripe about taxes going up, snow removal, and how these days, everyone is entitled to an opini
Montreal-West Mayor Beny Masella on why big hikes in agglomeration fees have Montreal's suburbs up in arms with City Hall.
A recent McGill study shows we enjoy music more if we move to it. One of the study’s authors, Nicolo Bernardi, explains why.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante discusses her first budget, which includes hikes on property and water taxes.
McGill University doctoral student Jean-Francois Belanger on the significance of talks between North and South Korea.
Laughter can create a happier and more satisfying life. Sylvie Dagenais-Douville and Kathleen Murray on the Living Laughter is a conference.
Attorney Jean-Pierre Menard on a court case in which his clients are challenging the federal law on medically assisted death.
20 years after the ice storm the city has some suggestions for how citizens can be better prepared if it happens again.
Environment Canada meteorologist Alexandre Parent explains how the Ice Storm happened and the odds of it happening again.
By 2025, millennials will make up 75 per cent of the working world, so managers need to adapt their needs and expectations.
Lori Graham and Caroline Van Vlaardingen look back at the great Ice Storm 98 and the stories that defined it.
A Montreal study is seeking to determine who will get Alzheimer's Disease. Mallar Chakravarty of McGill/Douglas Institute explains.
Jack Jedwab on a new study that shows Quebec's Anglophones may be worse off financially than the province's Francophones.
Adam Radomsky with Concordia University's psychology department talks about obsessive compulsive disorder and how it is all about control.
Ritika Dutt, one of the developers of Botler A.I., on how the app can help people filing sexual harassment lawsuits.
John Molson School of Business researcher Brad Aeon on the secrets to better time management.
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