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McGill office for Science and Society’s Jonathan Jarry speaks about conspiracy theorists during the pandemic.
Dr. Christopher Labos answers coronavirus questions, including whether young people suffer worse effects than initially thought.
The latest Apple products were unveiled Tuesday, including a new watch and iPad. Tech analyst Elias Makos has a look.
Telework Quebec president Jose Lemay-Leclerc says a good work-from-home policy is the key to work-life balance.
Robert Turgeon, executive director of Heritage Montreal, explains how Montrealers can help protect at-risk historic sites.
Kyle Matthews with the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights discusses grappling with online hate speech.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg explains some key differences between U.S. and Canadian health systems.
Jonathan Wener speaks on Concordia's new centre for real estate and how COVID-19 has impacted the business.
Matthew Oughton of the Jewish General Hospital explains what a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in Quebec means.
After long criticism, the Oscars will look changed in 2021. Fabienne Colas of Montreal's International Black Film Festival on what we know.
Geofencing might be a new way to fight crime, but should it be legal? Tech analyst Elias Makos explains.
Rabbi Lisa Grushcow speaks on how to celebrate fast-approaching Jewish holidays amid the COVID-19 pandemic
With three Canadians making it to the U.S. Open’s fourth round, Bianca Andreescu's coach Sylvain Bruneau on what Canada is doing right.
Cardiologist Martin Juneau weighs in on how the stress from the pandemic could be bad news for your heart.
Psychologist Myrna Lashley explores the complicated questions on what to do with the statue of Sir John A. Macdondald.
Velo Quebec president Suzanne Lareau explains why cycling has seen a huge increase in popularity in the summer of 2020.
Liberal leader Dominique Anglade speaks about what to expect in the coming session at the National Assembly.
Montreal's Jonathan Jarry speaks on QAnon and COVID-19 conspiracies
'Planet of the Humans' director Jeff Gibbs on the new documentary that looks at how well-meaning choices have turned disastrous.
Digital analyst Elias Makos speaks about the ongoing battle between big tech firms and regulators trying to reign their power in.
Kosher wines appear to be gaining in popularity, and not just in the Jewish community. Wine expert Natalie Maclean explains the appeal.
There is opportunity to be found amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Concordia University president Graham Carr explains.
Family physician Debbie Schwarcz reflects on how the return to school in the French system has gone and what the English system can learn.
Amy Ma on how COVID-19 has resulted in a 'parallel pandemic' of racism.
Political scientist Graham Dodds breaks down the Republican and Democratic candidates in the upcoming presidential election.
Employment and labour law specialist William Hlibchuk talks about employer responsibilities and working from home.
Alex Pelchat, co-organizer of a demonstration outside the Education Ministry, explains his concerns about Quebec's back-to-school plan.
TSN 690's Dan Robertson on what went wrong for the Canadiens and what to expect this off season.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society debunks COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
Digital analyst Elias Makos on what a strong password means and why you shouldn't use the same password for every site.