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Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard on the upcoming election campaign, Gaetan Barrette and tense relations with the U.S.
The Gripes team takes on parking at the Jean Talon Market, tickets for crossing the mountain and legal marijuana.
Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny, author of the new book 'Megantic,' on writing the book and who is ultimately to blame.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta offers his summer reading picks for those who can’t get enough of politics.
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe look at by-election results and Quebec's summer campaign
In the first of a series of interviews with party leaders, Legault discusses the end of session and the upcoming general election.
Almost 2,000 children have been separated from their families at the border, and the U.N. says it's a total violation.
With three and a half months until Quebecers go to the polls, there has been increased talk of Anglo representation in the campaign. Adam Da
Jack Jedwab, Executive Vice President of the Association for Canadian Studies, discusses a poll underlining some key opinions between Englis
Today we discuss the CAQ sitting pretty in the polls, how the Liberals can best use their summer, and the Jeanne Mance softball field.
Terry DiMonte, Bill Brownstein, and Dave Kaufman vent about Montreal's problems.
Alanna Devine of the SPCA talks about Montreal's new proposed bylaws regarding animal welfare and the banning of caleches.
For the next three weeks, nearly 100 human rights defenders are in Montreal for the International Human Rights Training Program
Political analyst Philippe J. Fournier talks about the latest poll that shows a clear CAQ majority
TSN 690's Joey Alfieri on Canada's joint World Cup bid with the United States and Mexico
Pierre Pettigrew, former international trade minister, is at the Int'l Economic Forum of the Americas.
MUHC's Dr. Peter Chan explains why fertility rates in men have decreased over the past 45 years
The political scientist discusses Trump's visit with Kim Jong-Un: although it made history, it didn’t distract the president from Canada.
Do celebrity deaths act as a trigger? Robert Whitley of McGill's department of psychiatry discusses suicide contagion
Mountain climber Monique Richard on becoming the first woman to ascend Mount Logan, Canada's highest mountain.
Longtime Liberal MNA Geoff Kelley said he won't run again in October, the latest member of the party to announce their retirement.
The former PQ Minister for the environment has written a call to arms to change attitudes about cars.
Dr. Alexandre Poppe, neurologist at Notre Dame Hospital, on how to recognize a stroke.
Concordia Associate Professor Sara Kennedy on new research showing why some people are hard to understand when they speak French.
Coalition for an Alternative G7's Roger Rashi on the smaller than expected protests at this year’s summit.
He arrived late and left early, taking shots at allies – so how did the president's visit go over? Political science professor Graham Dodds
The spotlight is on mental health: Consultant in suicide prevention Sharon Casey joins us with how to reach out to those who may need it.
The acclaimed Montreal chef pays tribute to culinary "godfather" Anthony Bourdain, who died by suicide Friday in France.
The Ontario election, comparing Ford to Francois Legault, and the G7 are all on the table in this look at the week’s politics.
After a long search, the MUHC has a new president and Executive-Director: Dr. Pierre Gfeller is a family physician turned administrator.
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