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Sex traffickers keep their crimes hidden – for example, exploiting teens only on weekends, with parents unaware, says Julia Drydyk
Dr. Johannes Frasnelli speaks about his research into COVID-19 causing the sense of smell to deteriorate.
QS co-spokesperson Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois explains his party’s plan to help Quebec’s battered economy.
Anthony Housefather, MP for Mont-Royal, discusses Ottawa’s battle against misinformation and how a new government organization could help.
McGill’s Jonathon Campbell explains a Montreal North pilot project that is testing COVID tests for essential businesses.
Social housing advocate Fred Burrill discusses a study showing Montreal is failing to hit its housing goals.
Daniel Dickson discusses a study he co-authored that analyzes how long-term care workers have coped with the pandemic.
Quebec Community Groups Network vice president Kevin Scaar speaks about the Official Languages Act modernization plan.
Nadine Parla from Concordia’s department of finance gives some advice about how to approach this unusual year’s taxes and RRSP season
As the Mars Rover landed, Dr. Richard Soare, a Dawson professor who’s studied the planet for two decades, explained what he hopes to learn.
Dr. Christopher Labos discusses recent talk about vitamins and whether they can shorten the COVID-19 illness.
Quebec Health Minister Christian Dube speaks with CTV News about his approach to COVID-19 lockdowns, testing, vaccines and variants.
The housing market weathered the pandemic in large part due to anxious millennial buyers. Blair Evans of IG Wealth Management explains.
A recent survey showed that just 7 per cent of Canadian moms report they're 'doing okay.' Erica Ehm is one of the moms behind the survey.
Trauma surgeon Dr. Paola Fata with the Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns weighs in on new gun legislation tabled in Ottawa.
MUHC infectious diseases specialist Dr. Donald Vinh talks about COVID-19 variants – and how they are changing Quebec’s game plan.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal has entered a new phase of its internal probe into historical abuse by clergy.
Jordan Subban, CEO and founder of UJIMAA explains how the website supports BIPOC and women-owned businesses.
Montreal nurse Wendy Wray on founding Wear Red Day Canada, which raises awareness of heart disease in women.
McGill Office for Science and Society’s Jonathan Jarry explains how easy it is for a virus to change.
The overloading of Quebec’s health-care system is partly about mental overload, and it shouldn’t be diminished, Dr. Hoang Duong says.
Lucie Dumont of the Chain of Life explains how organ donation can be encouraged around Valentine’s Day.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante speaks about what she wants from the federal government to combat gun violence.
For those wanting to forget their ex, author Natalie Maclean gives suggestions on celebrating Galentine's Day.
Survey evidence suggests the language divide persists in how people see COVID-19, says Jack Jedwab
Canada’s boardrooms can fight systemic racism with a public commitment, explains Wes Hall, executive chairman of Kingsdale Advisors.
Marie-Livia Beauge, a lawyer and founder of nonprofit legal clinic, explains why so many are pushing for body-worn cameras.
As shopping reopens, somewhat, Glenn Castanheira of Destination Montreal reviews the economic state of the city’s downtown right now.
Concordia University graduate researcher Brad Aeon on the hidden benefits of time management.
McGill University professor David Junker on the Quebec government’s decision to slightly increase use of rapid COVID-19 tests.