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‘Boosting the immune system’ is a scientifically meaningless term, explains Dr. Joe Schwarcz of the McGill Office for Science and Society.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on the anti-Black racism protests and what has changed since the civil rights movement in the 1960s.
This supposed to be the last week with Maestro Kent Nagano leading the Montreal Symphony Orchestra -- but then a pandemic changed that.
Lawyer Guillaume Cliche-Rivard speaks about what recruiting 550 health-care workers from abroad means for Quebec immigration.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society with COVID-19 answers, like if soap bubbles blown in a park can present a risk.
Could a bathroom mirror one day tell you if you have a fever? It’s possible with artificial intelligence. Tech analyst Elias Makos explains.
Concordia psychologist Erin Barker on how easing COVID-19 restrictions can cause anxiety as people have to make decisions about risk.
Stressed about your finances due to the pandemic? You’re not alone. Financial advisor and author Mary Haberman has some advice.
Concordia's Robert Soroka on how retailers will adapt to opening during a pandemic and whether consumers habits will change forever.
Patients’ rights advocate Paul Brunet explains why he wants air conditioning installed in every room of Quebec’s long-term care facilities.
Infectious disease expert Matthew Oughton weighs in on how the warm weather and loosed social distancing restrictions can affect the spread.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society on Donald Trump taking Hydroxychloroquine, and the world awaiting a vaccine.
Dr. Christopher Labos answers COVID-19 questions: Why black people seem to be hit harder, and a warning about some antibody testing clinics.
Covi is a Montreal-made contact tracing app that can predict hot zones, but is privacy an issue? Tech analyst Elias Makos explains.
Graham Carr, president and vice-chancellor of Concordia University, on the university’s move to online classes for the fall semester.
Wissam Mansour of community group Hoodstock gives the latest on COVID-19 in Montreal North and discusses what the government could be doing
Daniel Beland of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada on why Premier Francois Legault's poll numbers are dropping.
Professor Jonathan Jarry from the McGill Office for Science and Society talks about the fear of superbugs and how to wear a mask.
McGill University paleontologist Hans Larsson's lab used body mass and leg length to determine the dinosaur's top speed was 20 km/h
Concordia University's Nicole De Silva discusses the importance of maintaining human rights while fighting Covid-19
Apple and Google have teamed up for an app that would allow for widespread contact tracing. Digital analyst Elias Makos explains.
Quebec English School Board Association executive director Russell Copeman explains how schools are managing a day before reopening.
Infectious disease specialist Abdu Sharkawy on what dangers the areas of Quebec outside Montreal face when schools and daycares reopen.
Korean Montrealer Kyungseo Min on why they’ve been gathering data on anti-Asian racism during the pandemic.
Liberal MNA Andre Fortin on concerns that Quebec is moving to reopen its economy too quickly and could face more COVID-19 outbreaks.
McGill’s Jonathan Jarry debunks the conspiracy theory tying cell towers to COVID-19.
Thomas Khairy, a 15-year-old Montrealer, is the co-author of a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
School buses will be carrying fewer students when schools reopen this month. Andrew Jones, president of Transport Scolaire Elite, explains.
Dr. Rose Scuccimarri from the Montreal Children’s Hospital on the link, if any, between COVID-19 and a rare illness in children.
How will life consumption patterns change after this pandemic subsides? Concordia marketing professor Pierre-Yann Dolbec weighs in.