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Vincent Mooser of the McGill Genome Centre on what samples taken from Montreal COVID-19 patients can teach researchers.
Sam Watts of the Welcome Hall Mission on the challenges facing Montreal's homeless shelters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sophie Desmarais explains why her family has made a $500,000 donation to the Jewish General Hospital.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg on current conditions at the Jewish General Hospital, which is almost over-capacity with COVID-19 patients.
McGill infectious disease expert Dr. Timothy Evans on the global spread of COVID-19 and Quebec’s response so far.
Erin Barker, associate professor in Concordia’s psychology department, on managing stress in these difficult times.
Anxiety is high in Quebec’s hospitals as health professionals are on the line to contract COVID-19. MUHC ER doctor Debbie Schwarz has more.
It's believed Donald Trump made 33 false claims about COVID-19 in early March. Political scientist Graham Dodds on the impact.
Olympic diver Meaghan Benfeito on Canada’s decision to pull out of the Olympic Games amid the COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Matthew Pearce of the Old Brewery Mission explains how Montreal’s homeless have been adapting to the COVID-19 crisis.
Psychologist Erin Barker on how to cope with the stress of the pandemic and the economic turmoil that’s followed.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society says cases are going to go up.
Dr. Christopher Labos offers a primer on how to socially distance from others both indoors and outdoors.
Feeling anxious about everything going on with COVID-19? McGill University's Tina Montreuil explains how to cope.
McGill University's Dr. Joe Schwarcz breaks down some coronavirus myths and explains what could be next for Quebec.
McGill University aviation professor John Gradek explains what airlines are doing and whether it’s enough to stop coronavirus’ spread.
Dr. Alain Vadeboncoeur, chief of emergency medicine at the Montreal Heart Institute on the COVID-19 pandemic and public reaction.
Dr. Christopher Labos with the McGill Office doe Science and Society on how we define a pandemic, and what is social distancing.
Kyle Matthews of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights discusses what was perhaps the last battle of the Syrian Civil War.
Giorgiana Munteanu with ADP Canada explains the challenges facing working women including the wage gap.
The Canada Malting Site along the Lachine Canal has been abandoned for decades, and 'A Nous La Malting' has a plan for what to do with it.
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Joey Elias gripe about hoarding madness and metro cleaning amid COVID-19 and the new dog laws.
McGill sociology professor Barry Eidlin on what Super Tuesday means as frontrunners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders battle for delegates.
A new study shows obesity ages a body faster and predisposes it to diseases. Concordia University researcher Sylvia Santosa explains.
With the stock market suffering and economic forecasts grim, economist Germain Belzile explains how COVID-19 is affecting the economy.
Montreal Black History Month President Michael Farkas speaks about the highlights and challenges of putting on the celebrations.
Jonathan Jarry with the McGill Office for Science and Society on the phenomenon called Aphantasia, or seeing with the mind's eye.
Dr. Katia Dyrda of the Montreal Heart Institute on the 100th surgery in the electrophysiology lab with robotic and magnetic navigation.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta on reports that Russia is interfering in the U.S. election campaign to get Donald Trump re-elected.
Former second-in-command at the Surete du Quebec Marcel Savard on if or when the SQ should get involved in the tense situation in Kahnawake.