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Lebanese Montrealer Caroline Codsi speaks about the hardships Lebanon was facing before the tragic explosion.
Heidi Yetman of the Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers on why teachers are pushing to delay re-opening schools.
North Hatley Mayor Mike Page explains why a bridge that unites the town is being torn down.
Montreal police officer Edgar Guillen describes his battle with COVID-19, which he was diagnosed with in April.
Marc Dumont of TSN 690 gives his take on the Habs’ chances in their play-in series against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Jonathan Jarry from the McGill Office for Science and Society on the speed of science during the COVID-19 crisis.
Matthew Pearce, the long-time director of Montreal's Old Brewery Mission homeless shelter is retiring.
After members of the Florida Marlins tested positive for COVID-19, teams are struggling to stay well. Dr. Christopher Labos has more.
Five Montreal rooftops have been transformed into vineyards. Veronique Lemieux of Vignes en Ville talks about the urban wine project.
A McGill study finds those who get information from social media are more likely to have misconceptions. Co-author Aengus Bridgman explains.
Tech analyst Elias Makos on why and how social media users are more likely to believe false information.
A Montreal study is showing a link between diet and prostate cancer. Dr. Marie Elise Parent, part of the research team, explains.
Neonatologist Ahmed Moussa on a European study showing that premature deliveries have decreased since the start of the pandemic.
With classes starting in less than a month, many parents are anxious. Licensed psychotherapist Corrie Sirota has some tips.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg of the Jewish General Hospital shares advice for young people, saying COVID-19 is now largely in their hands.
Will we need to redesign performance venues to manage COVID-19? Architect Matthew Lella on what they could look like.
Gilles Peslherbe describes how Concordia researchers are working on a possible COVID-19 vaccine from home.
Vanessa Vassal, a 16-year-old Montrealer, explains how she opened a pop-up shop selling personal protective equipment.
Gynecologist oncologist Alexandra Sebastianelli on patient backlog and whether it's safe for patients to make appointments.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society on the hunt for a vaccine and the results of a Canadian antibody study.
A rise in sexually transmitted infections in Montreal shows young people are not physically distancing. Dr. Christopher Labos explains.
A study shows what Canadians feel comfortable doing this summer compared to Americans. Researcher Jack Jedwab has insight.
Crown prosecutor Annabelle Sheppard specializes in sexual assault cases and weighs in on a new wave of accusations.
There are calls for Concordia University to change how it handles sexual violence. Sarah Mazhero with the Concordia Student Union explains.
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg of the Jewish General Hospital of the Oxford University study completing trials for a possible COVID-19 vaccine.
With a second wave of sexual assault allegations in Quebec, Sophie Gagnon of Juripop says there is free legal support for victims.
Myrna Lashley speaks about leading the task force aimed at ending racism and discrimination at the Lester B. Pearson School Board.
Employment law specialist Adam Savaglio speaks about what it means to operate at 25 per cent for employees.
McGill University’s Jonathan Jarry speaks about why hand sanitizers smell so bad, and how safe a public washroom is.
A group of doctors says COVID-19 may have prevented about 1 million non-essential procedures in Quebec. Dr. Guylaine Theriault explains.