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McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry breaks down the benefits of reflexology.
Canada says it's open to the idea of vaccine passports. Maria Lily Shaw from the Montreal Economic Institute explains the pros and cons.
The Quebec government is promising a complete overhaul of the province’s youth protection system after recommendations from the commission.
Montrealer Marina Lancon talks about what it was like to live in a cave for 40 days, and why she did it.
Junior health minister Lionel Carmant on how the Quebec government plans to implement the report into youth protection.
Called ‘How to Eat with One Hand: Recipes and Other Nourishment for New and Expectant Parents’ the cookbook by Emma Knight and Christine Flynn features food that tastes good and dispenses advice that makes you laugh.
The head of the Canadian Mental Health Association explains the theme of this year’s event: 'Understanding Our Emotions.'
A special commission found Quebec children need more help than in the past as calls to child services have more than doubled in 25 years.
Political scientist Graham Dodds discusses President Biden’s actions in his first 100 days in office and whether he lived up to his goals.
Dalhouse University’s Sylvain Charlebois explains what inspired him to write a book dedicated to poutine.
Heritage Montreal's Dinu Bumbaru on city hall's declaration that skyscrapers can't hide Mount Royal's peak.
Ingenuity took flight this week on Mars. Montrealer Faraj Alibay is on the NASA team and shares what has happened and what’s to come.
A study ranks the happiest cities in Quebec. So where is the happiest? Pierre Cote of the Leger Happiness Index explains.
The warming tent for Montreal’s homeless community will not be closing this weekend. Mary Martin-Goodleaf, who helped fund it, explains.
McGill University's Jonathan Jarry explains why some parents protect their children with private cord blood banks.
A lot of anxious people are waiting to get their money back for cancelled flights. So how does it all work?
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada has called on all provinces to make vaccinating pregnant people a priority
Outgoing Town of Mount-Royal Mayor Philippe Roy on the municipal scene, six months ahead of the Montreal election.
Chairman of police technology at John Abbott College Paul Chablo gives his take on a Quebec police body camera pilot project.
People with iPhones are seeing pop-up messages on their screens asking for permission to track them. Apple says we should have a choice.
After months of sitting around in our homes, many have asked themselves, 'how much stuff do we really need?'
Francois Marquis, head of the ICU at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, explains why some people are getting a “vaccine hangover.”
When it comes to systemic racism, there are many subtle issues that need addressing, says Martine St-Victor of the Black Opportunity Fund.
Pearl Eliadis of the McGill law faculty gives her breakdown of a judge’s recent ruling upholding most of Bill 21.
McGill’s Jonathan Jarry with a lesson on scientific investigation and answering the question every Quebec wants to know: Do curfews work?
Dr. Christopher Labos discusses the 'double mutant' COVID-19 variant originating in Indian and vaccinations for pregnant women.
Tiffany Callender of the Cote-des-Neiges Black Community Association offers her reaction to Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict.
Ashley Wazana of the Jewish General Hospital on the unique stresses that come from being pregnant and delivering during a pandemic.
Joe Ortona of the English Montreal School Board on why the judge’s ruling is being considered a victory.
Maria Lily Shaw with the Montreal Economic Institute of how the federal budget will affect Quebecers.