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19-year-old Jeffrey Beausoleil is a Shriners’ Patient and spokesperson who spoke to Royal Vale students about his anti-bullying message
Political scientist Graham Dodds on whether any mass shooting will convince U.S. lawmakers to restrict access to firearms.
Marie-Claude Blanchard, whose mother’s murder was never solved, is taking part in a new province-wide initiative to help solve cold cases
The political insider's book looks at 40 years of being near leaders such as Brian Mulroney and Lucien Bouchard.
Geoffrey Chambers, vice-president of the Quebec Community Groups Network talks about the new poll on anglos and the response to it.
The Open Minds 2018 event will take place at Theatre Paradox on Feb. 21.
Francois Pepin with public transit advocacy group Trajectoire Quebec explains why public transit usage is up – but not as much as expected.
Serguei Mokhov of Concordia University on how Siri, Amazon Echo, and Google's Home are always listening.
Kathlene Dixon-Dow's daughter was injured in the Dawson College shooting
The public will be able to weigh in on animal bylaws in a series of public consultations, spearheaded by our in-studio guest, Craig Sauve.
Political analyst Martin Patriquin talks about the survey saying anglophones feel second-class and political parties wooing anglos.
Emilie Nicolas with Quebec Inclusif talks about why the Montreal police department is struggling to diversify its force.
The Gripes gang kvetches about closing the road over the mountain, cyclists and other local shenanigans.
Dr. Yves Robert with the College of Physicians is denouncing some of the ‘questionable’ practices of insurance companies.
Alexandre Moreau of the Montreal Economic Institute says many people who want improved government services also want tax cuts.
Lawyer Eric Sutton on the repercussions of politicians wading into the controversial Colten Boushie verdict.
Myrna Lashley of McGill University on how many police officers don't understand different communities
Layla El Asri, a research manager with Microsoft, talks about attracting and retaining women in STEM fields.
Veterinarian Enid Stiles discusses the disease.
The Couillard government introduced a task force to figure it out, so what is “sharing economy,” and why is it booming?
Jim Beis, mayor of Roxboro-Pierrefonds, will adopt a motion to make an official day of remembrance and "action against Islamophobia".
Kristian Gravenor explores stories of forgotten Montrealers in his new book, Montreal… 375 Tales of Eating, Drinking, Living and Loving
The city of Westmount is upset about continuing excessive noise from the construction project
The head of the Caisse de Depot discusses the transit project
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe examine provincial and federal politics.
Veteran Amy Graham is the lead plaintiff in a sexual misconduct lawsuit against the Canadian Armed Forces
Dr. Claudine Courey explains why 90% of optometrists are dropping out of RAMQ in March
He started working at age 14 and now directs the Youth Stars Foundation.
Dr. Catherine Farrell on policy about medevac flights
Donald Cuccioletta on how governments have promoted themselves through the games.