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Paul Desbaillets of the pub Burgundy Lion reacts to the health minister's warning it will shut down bars if guidelines aren't followed.
Peter St-Onge of the Montreal Economic Institute tried to quantify the effect of the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
Black Community Association’s Tiffany Callender speaks about organizing the Riding While Black protest in Montreal.
Researcher and pharmacy professor Anick Berard at Ste. Justine Hospital is trying to find out the effect COVID-19 stress has on pregnancy.
Jonathan Jarry from the McGill Office for Science and Society on which activities pose a greater risk of spreading COVID-19.
TSN 690's Sean Campbell on why Canadian cities are being chosen as NHL hubs, and if it's all worth it.
Dr. Christopher Labos offers some facts about COVID-19, including dispelling myths about wearing masks, as well as COVID-19 and breastmilk.
McGill Institute of the study of Canada’s Daniel Beland breaks down why feelings about Canada are unusually high in Quebec.
Jonathan Gagne speaks about the discovery of an exoplanet 32 light years away discovered by someone right here.
Concordia professor Vivek Venkatesh has developed a toolkit to fight racism and systemic issues. He talks abo9ut the project.
Jonathan Jarry from the McGill Office for Science and Society on flushable wipes and the COVID-19 risk of leaving the toilet seat up.
Dr. Christopher Labos on whether it's too early to report weekly COVID-19 data and what the disease does to the brain.
Noel Burke of the Lester B. Pearson School Board said there's systemic racism in textbooks as the board vows to make concrete changes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has encouraged more Canadians to learn about wine, Wine author and drinker Natalie Maclean shares some insights.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg of the Jewish General Hospital explains the wild success of the shift to telemedicine in Quebec.
Political analyst Donald Cuccioletta with a summer reading list for those political junkies and bookworms.
Martin Vezina of the Quebec Restaurant Association explains what Montreal's eateries have in store when they re-open on Monday.
While the government is promising new orderlies will work full-time, union spokesperson Jeff Begley says many are being told otherwise.
Infectious disease expert at McGill Matthew Oughton explains the COVID-19 risks that come with popular outdoor summer activities.
City councillor Cathy Wong will be the Montreal executive committee member now responsible for diversity, employment inclusion and more.
May Al Othman from teletherapy service provider Autimist on how for kids with autism, every month without treatment makes an impact.
Apple is set to showcase its new software and tech and will unveil changes to their apps. Tech analyst Elias Makos has more.
CAQ MNA Christopher Skeete said he thinks people want pragmatic results to stop racism in Quebec and doesn't want to argue over semantics.
Shaina Thornhill from the West Island Black Community Association said the racist video by two girls should be treated as a hate crime.
McGill University neurology and psychiatry professor Alan Evans on studies showing how COVID-19 might relate to brain impairment.
Despite eased restrictions in Quebec, we need to continue physical distancing, says Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg of the Jewish General Hospital.
Balarama Holness of Montreal in Action explains what concrete action is needed to fight systemic racism move Montreal city hall forward.
Julie Mayer of the Pause Your Screen Campaign on how Quebecers can achieve balance with their screen time during this unusual summer.
Lawyer and activist Marie-Livia Beauge explains what protesters are calling for and why defunding the SPVM could be the right move.
Diego Creimer of the David Suzuki Foundation on why he believes Bill 61 would have been bad for Quebec's environment.