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Dr. Christopher Labos speaks about the best way to keep it safe Saturday night for Halloween.
Former Liberal premier Jean Charest speaks about the 'no' campaign during the 1995 Quebec referendum.
Union Etudiante du Quebec president Jade Marcil describes what this difficult semester has been like for students.
McGill University’s Richard Koestner gives advice on how to keep physically and mentally healthy this winter.
Quebec has recruited seven influencers, including actress Alice Morel-Michaud, in a bid to gets its COVID-19 message out to Gen Z.
Carrie Foster of the Canadian Councelling and Psychotherapy Association on obstacles facing her colleagues amid the pandemic.
CTV digital analyst Elias Makos on the ransomware attack that targeted the STM last week.
James Hughes of the Old Brewery Mission on whether 400 more beds and new drop-in shelters are enough to help the homeless.
Psychology professor Erin Barker gives her advice for Montrealers dealing with the double whammy of the pandemic and the coming winter.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office of Science and Society on the great Barrington declaration and what happens when scientists don’t agree.
It was the second U.S. presidential debate – but with so many advance votes, will it make a difference? Political analyst Graham Dodds.
Dr. Christopher Labos speaks about everything from disappointments in treating COVID-19 to those trying to lose weight during lockdown.
Digital analyst Elias Makos breaks down what’s new in the iPhone 12, the first 5G phone many will own.
Parents often try to limit screen time but how do you do that when it’s how kids are being taught? McGill’s Adam Dube explains.
What's behind white Evangelical support for Donald Trump? Concordia theology professor Andre Gagne sheds light.
Concordia professor Kimberley Manning explains some U.S. election poll numbers.
Ian Lafreniere, now head of Quebec’s Indigenous affairs ministry, tells CTV how he’s approaching the job.
Concordia’s Moshe Lander discusses whether Montreal’s downtown core will ever recover economically from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Concordia professor Ted Rutland says his new study shows half of the arrests made by Montreal’s anti-gun police were for drug possession.
Dr. Christopher Labos talks about COVID-19 spread, its life on surfaces and other information we’re learning during the pandemic.
Dr. Donald Sheppard from the MUHC speaks about research during the age of COVID-19.
New data shows Canadians are tightening their belts. Financial advisor Mary Hagerman explains how to handle debt during the pandemic.
Brendan Nyhan, a political scientist at Dartmouth College, looks at fatalism around current U.S. politics.
McGill professor Samuel Veissiere explains the psychological need to gather with family on days like Thanksgiving, even during the pandemic.
McGill geneticist and bioethicist Fateema Tokmafshan explains why she signed a petition calling for government transparency on the pandemic.
Newly elected Parti Quebecois leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon outlines his vision for the party and sovereignty movement.
Samir Shaheen-Hussain, a doctor and co-author of an open letter to Premier Francois Legault, explains why he believes systemic racism exists
Clinical psychologist Perry Adler on how anxiety and depression in teens were up even before the pandemic began.
Since the pandemic begin, many of us are using our screens even more than we used to. Concordia researcher Najmeh Khalili-Mahani explains.
McGill’s Office for Science and Society’s Jonathan Jarry speaks about the COVID-19 alert app and other tech toys during the pandemic.