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Quebec seniors in care homes were especially vulnerable to COVID, a study found. Maria Lily Shaw of the Montreal Economic Institute explains
McGill University’s Wenji Cai discusses her study on infected and inflamed gums and COVID-19 complications.
Will Prosper, founder of community organization Hoodstock, on why he’s considering beginning a political career.
Bettina Forget, a Concordia Fine Arts PhD candidate explains how she's helping women navigate the male-dominated STEM fields.
The pandemic is a good time to reflect on your career and former lawyer and author Norman Bacal gives advice on how to do it.
Pandemic sleeping patterns have reportedly made people’s dreams more bizarre and vivid
Parti Quebecois house leader Pascal Berube explains why his party wants the CAQ to end its COVID-19 press conferences.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante gives her reaction to Sunday night’s riot and the police response.
With registrations and donations for the annual Terry Fox Run starting Monday, Fred Fox discusses his brother’s enduring legacy.
Jonathan Durand Folco, head of the Vague Ecologist au Municipal campaign, on how he’s pushing for more environmentalists to run this fall.
Who did some people get side effects from the vaccine, and what does it mean? McGill’s Jonathan Jarry explains.
It's looking like a new Cold War with China and Russia on one side and the West, led by the U.S., on the other. Donald Cuccioletta has more.
TMR Mayor Philippe Roy is stepped down amid nasty online attacks, and he's not the only one who feels that way.
Pressure is mounting in Montreal to tighten COVID-19 restrictions and expand vaccines to more groups. Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg weighs in.
UQAM's Dr. Kim Lavoie is criticizing Quebec Premier Francois Legault on confusing, incoherent and unclear messaging surrounding COVID-19.
Ursula Eicker of Concordia explains what's at stake for Montreal's future in the coming mayoral election.
Sandra Martin-Chang explains how reading develops many skills including better language skills.
There are a few cooks who are known just by their first names. Here is Canada, it is Ricardo. His latest book, 'Sheet Pan Everything: Deliciously Simple One-Pan Recipes.' is out now.
A year into the pandemic, a new report gives a snapshot of how the different provinces responded. Charles Breton explains.
Jewish General Hospital's Lawrence Rosenberg on why there's no point shopping around for vaccines.
Despite the pandemic, demand for houses is at a high. Economist Frank Cortellino breaks down where Montrealers want to buy.
Liberal education critic Marwah Risky on the upcoming Quebec budget and what a deficit could mean for schools.
Neurologist and research VP of the Canadian Sleep Society Thanh Dang-Vu explains why a rising number of Canadians are having issues sleeping
Though the pandemic has highlighted the challenges facing seniors, Elise Nesbitt of the Grace Dart Foundation explains a $300,000 donation.
Alison Usher-Jones of Stop the Time Change Quebec explains why she believes Daylight Savings Time must end.
Psycho-education professor Linda Pagani discusses how a year of the pandemic has affected students’ learning.
Researcher Dr. Kate Zinszer examines Canadian teachers who been infected with the coronavirus and the effect on mental health
Quartier des Spectacles Partnership chair Monique Simard one why performance venues are demanding permission to re-open.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg provides an update on how the vaccines are being administered to people 70 and up in the city.
Dr. Louise Pilote on how the pandemic is disproportionately affecting women and what can be done about it.