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Infectious disease specialist Donald Vinh explains how COVID-19 is currently spreading in the city.
A new online resource centre is aiming to improve access to mental health services. Its leader, Laurence Kirmayer, explains.
Stephen Yeager of Concordia University says the medieval history of the Far North should re-examine the oral histories of indigenous people
Psychologist Syd Miller explains how some people are coping with the ever increasing stress of the pandemic, 10 months into it.
Lawyer Marie-Livia Beauge on which communities can be more impacted than others by Quebec’s curfew.
If hospitals are pushed too far, staff will need to choose who gets lifesaving care. Medical ethicist Eugene Bereza explains Quebec's rules.
The Canadiens are back on ice for a new, strange season, starting with a game in Toronto. TSN’s Dan Robertson explains what he’s watching.
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Dr. Caroline Quach, president of Quebec’s immunization advisory committee, discusses whether Pfizer could withdraw Quebec's vaccine supply.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg of the Jewish General Hospital, on the situation in Montreal hospitals and how much more they can withstand.
Rod Lim with the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians on the suicide of a Quebec doctor and the stress on healthcare workers.
Heidi Yetman from the Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers on what she’s been hearing out off Quebec classrooms on the first day back.
Myrna Lashley, assistant professor of psychiatry at McGill, on how curfew can add even more stress to life under a pandemic.
Political science professor Graham Dodds discusses the incredible events at the US capitol Wednesday.
Dr. Christopher Labos discusses the possible effects the curfew and stricter measures will have on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resilience Montreal leader Nakuset describes the conditions at the city’s homeless shelter and centres, which have hit a breaking point.
Concordia University economics professor Moshe Lander analyzes what an extended lockdown could mean for the province.
Dr. Christopher Labos talks the highs and lows of 2020, and what we can expect in the new year.
Jill Barker from McGill’s athletic department shares tips on how to get back on the treadmill.
Nurse Practitioner Shannon McNamara discusses new powers that will help nurses in Quebec care for patients.
Dr. Christopher Labos speaks about the effect rapid testing will have on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Digital analyst Elias Makos breaks down a year in tech like no other with streaming, Zoom and AI leading the way.
The group SAMS has been giving tailor-made music concerts in Quebec health-care settings – even this year. Winston McQuade explains.
Psychologist Joe Flanders of McGill University explains why a distanced or even solo Christmas could be a chance to relieve some stress.
Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Donald Vinh on the rising hospitalizations and a new strain of COVID-19 in the U.K.
I Musici de Montreal chamber orchestra has a new music advisor and principal guest conductor, Jean-Francois Rivest on his new role.
Amine Kamen of the McGill University department of bioengineering breaks down information on COVID-19 vaccines.
Dr. Don Sheppard on the critical situation in Quebec hospitals, the government’s holiday plan and people travelling south.
Dr. Christopher Labos answers COVID-19 questions, including whether an 18-day lockdown can flatten the curve.
Wine Expert Natalie Maclean gives tips on being a virtual sommelier.