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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.
Author Carmen Maria Machado explains her new memoir 'In the Dream House,' a story of rage and violence in a relationship between two women.
It was a busy week for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Philippe Tanguy, director-general of Ecole Polytechnique, looks at the institution and the impact of the 30-year-old tragedy that struck it
Montreal broadcaster Tommy Schnurmacher pens a loving tribute in his new book, Makeup Tips from Auschwitz: How Vanity Saved My Mother's Life
Heidi Rathjen was at Ecole Polytechnique three decades ago and co-founded the Coalition for Gun Control which wants to ban assault weapons in Canada.
Dr. Michael Pollak, Director of the Stroll Cancer Prevention Centre on e-cigarettes speaks about the dangers of vaping.
Political analyst Donald Cuccioletta takes a closer look at Ukraine and how it’s landed at the centre of the impeachment inquiry in the U.S.
CTV Digital Analyst Elias Makos looks at some recent high-profile calls to tackle the spread of hate and misinformation on the internet.
Lorne Flavell of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association discusses its national digital awareness campaign, #talkingcanhelp
Tougher rules are coming to Quebec Monday for impaired drivers. Anyone found guilty of drunk driving for the second time in 10 years will have a breathalyzer installed in their vehicle for life.
Terry Dimonte, Dave Kaufman and Heidi Foss join Mutsumi Takahashi to sound off on glass ceilings, pedestrian crossings, potholes and more.
Sabrina Sieck is the lead researcher of Ripley's Beyond the Bizarre, a new collection of unbelievable tales from the popular organization.
Kieran O'Donnell led a new study on why as many as 1 in 5 expecting mothers experience anxiety or depression during pregnancy.
CTV News Montreal digital analyst Elias Makos takes a closer look at how streaming services continue to grow in popularity and why
On World Prematurity Day, former premie Vincent Lalumiere explains some of the health challenges these babies face.
Richard Daneau of Moisson Montreal on a new study showing one out of 17 Quebecers has relied on a food bank in the past year.
It’s been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, but the effects are still being felt today according to University of Ottawa professor Pierre Anctil.
More and more people are turning to plant-based diets, and Montreal chef Jean-Philippe Cyr is promoting that cause with a new recipe book
Valerie Plante took office amid a stream of promises to improve public transport, increase the availability of affordable housing and make Montreal a more bike-friendly city. In an interview with CTV News, she looks back on her first two years.
Concordia University's Nina Howe on what message kids received by the controversial decision to postpone Halloween by a day.