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Money for five Anglophone organizations. Geoffrey Chambers of the QCGN explains.
Quebec’s Green Party wants police patrols in the province to stop carrying guns. Leader Alex Tyrell explains why.
Donald Trump was not at the funeral for Barbara Bush, and he's still angry about Comey's book.
Concordia associate professor Jochen Jaegar discusses Montreal’s ecological state as the city continues to grow upward and outward.
Lionel Perez, the city’s opposition leader, joins us in studio with his reaction to Montreal’s surprise surplus
The political analyst tackles the Kinder-Morgan Pipeline, Andrew Scheer’s visit, and assault accusations against Gerry Sklavounos
Family law attorney Sylvie Schirm on a divorce settlement that will see a woman paid $75,000 a month in alimony and $20,000 in child support
Quebec's Immigration Minister discusses the state of affairs regarding illegal border crossings, Quebec, and help from Ottawa.
Co-founder of “Our Turn,” Caitlin Salvino, joins us to talk about policy reform regarding sexual harassment on University Campuses.
Sinam Mohamed is the foreign envoy of the Demcratic Federation of Northern Syria, aka Rojava.
Polling expert Philippe Fournier examines the results of new poll results showing a tighter race between parties than anticipated.
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe discuss provincial and federal politics.
Equiterres’s Steven Guilbeault on some of the key steps towards ensuring the government’s sustainable mobility plan gets done.
Concordia University's Graham Dodds explains another big week in the U.S. including the feud between President Donald Trump and James Comey.
Katherine Cukier part of a group filing a human rights complaint saying the province is violating the rights of children with autism.
Economist Youri Chassin, recently the research director at the Montreal Economic Institute, will run for the CAQ in St. Jerome.
With five and a half months until Quebecers go to the polls, Philippe J. Fournier from QC125.com recaps how the parties are doing.
Joining us in studio from the Canadian International Council is former head of the UN political mission in Syria, Moktar Lamani.
Our political pundit sits down in the newsroom to review a tumultuous week in Quebec politics.
A lousy season for the Habs gets blamed on a bad attitude. Plus, gripers take on the Grand Prix track and the Blue Line extension.
Concordia University's Andre Gagne on the increasing number of terrorist attacks in France and the country's trend of radicalization.
Boxer Otis Grant and former NHLer Daniel Goneau discuss the Montreal Media Celebrity Hockey Marathon, benefitting the Otis Grant and Friends
Former Habs doctor and surgeon Dr. David Mulder says Quebec is ill-prepared to deal with a rural accident like Humboldt tragedy.
No complex questions were aimed at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, says Steve Waterhouse, an independent senior IT consultant.
Mathieu Dupuis is the author and photographer of a National Geographic book that captures the province's natural beauty.
Kyle Matthews of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies on the likelihood of conflict between the U.S. and Russia.
Hubert Sacy from Educ’alcool wants Quebec to make a few changes to counter-balance the update to alcohol laws.
Eric Maldoff of the Quebec Community Groups Network talks about the promise to give anglophones a strong voice for health services.
Novelist Kim Thuy on her new book ‘Vi,’ which grapples with issues around the refugee experience.
Patients' rights advocate Paul Brunet on the charging of illegal fees in the public healthcare system.
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