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A new study shows the more drugs cost, the lower the cost of health care. Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute explains how.
Why do people join extremist movements? Researchers at Concordia think they know part of the answer.
Should Montreal actually get rid of more parking spots?
Former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe and former immigration minister David Heurtel discuss recent controversies in Quebec politics.
What are we missing in the conversation about skin colour? Author Desmond Cole on his new book 'The Skin We're In'
Concordia professor Natalie Phillips explains a study into the correlation between hearing loss and the risk for cognitive impairment.
Digital analyst Elias Makos on the level of trust people put in technology, and an artist's virtual traffic jams that confronted it.
Julie Pelchat of Equiterre discusses how Quebecers want the government to curb GHGs, even while they buy bigger vehicles.
With her art exhibit at UQAM, Heidi Barkun explores the success and failure of In-Vitro Fertilization
Political scientist Graham Dodds on the fiasco that was the Iowa caucuses, and the impeachment acquittal.
Comedian Aba Atlas joins CTV Montreal’s Paul Karwatsky to discuss the importance of celebrating Black History Month in Montreal
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Di Monte join Mutsumi Takahashi for Friday Gripes. (And, yes, they tackle snow-clearing in Montreal)
The McGill Office for Science and Society's Jonathan Jarry discusses Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s multi-billion dollar health and wellness empire
Digital analyst Elias Makos on the spread of misinformation and malware as a result of the Coronavirus.
The Montreal Metropolitan Community is vowing to help deal with urban sprawl. Colleen Thorpe of Equiterre discusses the thorny issue
Jerome Gaudreault from the Quebec Association of Suicide Prevention discusses the importance of speaking to loved ones and professionals.
As Black History month begins, 12 young people have been recruited with messages to Montreal's youth. Michael Farkas explains.
Regional Chief of the Assembly of First Nations for Quebec and Labrado Ghislin Picard on findings of systemic discrimination.
Unlikely fitness expert Oonagh Duncan on her book "Health as F**k: The Habits you need to get lean, stay healthy and kick a** at life"
Jerome Tremblay, clinical coordinator of Anorexia and Bulimia Quebec, discusses the impact social media can have on eating disorders
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta compares China’s current battle to contain coronavirus to past outbreaks of SARS and bird flu
Dr. Sean Gilman and other doctors want Quebec to eliminate the limits on medication that helps people fight addictions to tobacco
Constable Carlo DeAngelis of the Montreal police department speaks about the importance of helping officers with their mental health
Harvey Levine of B’nai Brith Canada speaks about The Diverse Minds project, which asks students to tell stories that teach inclusion
Amy Fish, author of 'I Wanted Fries With That,' says not all problems are created equal, and has tips on how to complain effectively.
Montreal Holocaust Museum’s Dorothy Zalcman Howard on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
For many homeless and in distress women, survival can be the first and only priority. Montreal’s The Hair Project aims to bring them a little of bit of luxury.
Attorney Julien Fournier is one of the lawyers contesting how the royal succession works in Canada.
Former Olympic diver Sylvie Bernier is pushing for safety regulations for wilderness tours following the death of her nephew while canoeing
The new book ABC-MTL gives us a view into all the things we love about Montreal, through the eyes of a child.