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The coroner’s inquest into the thousands of deaths at Quebec’s long-term care homes continued.
Nisga'a poet Jordan Abel speaks about identity as he digs up pieces of his past, in a story linked to Canada’s residential school system.
Pearl Eliadis of McGill's law faculty on whether Nathaniel Veltman could be charged with terrorism after the attack in London.
Tech Singh Bedi, general manager for Hipcamp Canada, on the popularity of camping during the pandemic summers.
Montreal Centre-Ville’s Glenn Castanheira speaks about how to get Montrealers back to its downtown core.
Medical students who felt there was a gap in education about sexual health started a non-profit called ‘SEXMED’.
Dr. Christopher Labos explains the latest in Quebec's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, which has young people aged 12 and up getting inoculated.
Louis Delisle, a teacher at Kahnawake Survival School, discusses a National Assembly motion on protecting Indigenous languages.
There are now six candidates vying to be named mayor of Montreal in the upcoming municipal elections.
Anne Panasuk was appointed as special adviser to Ian Lafreniere to support families of missing Indigenous children.
Former president of the Island Cultural Centre of Quebec Mohamed Labidi speaks about the senseless attack in London, Ontario.
Dr. Sarah Wisman de Louya speaks about 12 year olds and under getting vaccines, and not wearing masks.
How does one become a dad? Comedian Steve Patterson explains the ups and downs of fatherhood.
Montreal used to be famous for its nightlife, until the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down. Where do we go from here?
Simon Bacon, a professor of behavioral medicine at Concordia, analyzes the government's messaging around loosening pandemic restrictions.
Audrey Poulin, creator of Social Mom, explains how her app is helping moms connect.
McGill University's Jonathan Jarry speaks about the claims of Dr. Joe Mercola, who wrote The Truth about COVID-19.
Dr. Christopher Labos on the new vaccine schedule, herd immunity and air quality in schools.
La Presse reporter Vincent Larouche on the mysterious case of Michel Brule, a man accused of a crime who then died in Brazil. Or did he?
Elias Makos and ALS Society of Quebec’s Claudine Cook discuss the disease and mark Lou Gehrig Day.
The devil’s in the details on Quebec’s language laws, and the province ups spending on polls by 5,000 per cent. Tom Mulcair breaks it down.
Quebec Minister Responsible for Indigenous Affairs Ian Lafreniere responds to residential schools discovery and other issues.
Eastern Door editor Steve Bonspiel speaks about the outpouring of grief over residential schools victims.
Lucina Di Meco speaks about a new initiative to fight online hate, abuse and disinformation against women.
As many Quebec regions get designated as range zones, Marianne Plamondon discusses how businesses can navigate the switch.
Concordia vice-president academic Anne Whitelaw discusses how the pandemic may have changed learning for good.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry speaks about vaccines when it comes to pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Criminal lawyer Rene Verret breaks down what impact a Supreme Court ruling on the mosque shooter sentence could have on other cases.
Dr. Christopher Labos explains how public health determines COVID-19 recovery numbers and more.
George Floyd was killed one year ago Tuesday. Now, people are asking what's changed since then