CTV News at Six
Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Dr. Katia Dyrda of the Montreal Heart Institute on the 100th surgery in the electrophysiology lab with robotic and magnetic navigation.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta on reports that Russia is interfering in the U.S. election campaign to get Donald Trump re-elected.
Former second-in-command at the Surete du Quebec Marcel Savard on if or when the SQ should get involved in the tense situation in Kahnawake.
Coronavirus is having some unexpected side effects. One of note is how it's affecting the tech world. Tech analyst Elias Makos explains.
McGill researcher Guido Guberman is the first to report that childhood behaviour can predict traumatic brain injuries later in life.
Quebec’s retail industry has taken a hit recently. What gives? Charles De Brabant of the Bensadoun School of Retail Management explains.
Montreal police Lt. Bryan Cunningham on what a driver should do in the case of a sudden whiteout.
A movement toward forcing companies to consider freelance workers as employees may backfire, a new publication from the Montreal Economic Institute suggests.
Concordia professor Graham Dodds on what Bernie Sanders’ big night in Nevada will mean for the Democratic primary.
Black History Month will soon wrap up and the West Island Black Community Organization is ending it with a big event aimed at showcasing local professionals.
Francois Croteau, in charge of innovation at the city of Montreal, explains the how the city is trying to clear snow more efficiently.
Professor Sarah Brauner-Otto explains how the affection shown between parents influences children later on in life
Dr. Chris Labos from McGill's Office for Science and Society on how to prevent sickness from spreading. Hint: it's not with surgical masks.
Laurent Lafontant and Gio Olmos of the Massimadi Foundation discus its film festival and the complexity of being LGBTQ and black
David Wachsmuth, McGill’s Canada Research Chair in Urban Governance, discusses the short-term rental service Airbnb and its impacts
Stefanie Duguay, assistant professor at Concordia, discusses her new study that looked at the unintended uses of the Tinder dating app
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.