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What would happen in a world where antibiotics are no longer effective? Dr. Dao Nguyen of the RI-MUHC explains.
Even if we follow Quebec's guidelines for gatherings during the holidays, what risks are we taking? Dr. Donald Vinh from the MUHC explains.
Many environmentalists say Quebec’s new environmental plan falls short, including Dawson student John Nathaniel Gertler.
Dr. Christopher Labos explains what’s known about the risk the virus poses to pregnant women and babies in utero.
Jewish General Hospital infectious disease specialist Matthew Oughton analyzes the latest COVID-19 data in Quebec.
Quebec Liberals leader Dominique Anglade weighs in on the Quebec government’s potential Christmas COVID-19 plan.
Chef Bob Blumer has a new book out called 'Flavorbomb: A Rogue Guide to Making Everything Taste Better'
Economics Club of Canada president Rhiannon Rosalind talks about a new financial literacy program.
Patrick Bonin of Greenpeace explains why Quebec’s big environmental plan doesn’t go far enough.
Concordia economics professor Moshe Lander explains what the Quebec government’s projections of massive deficits will mean for the province.
Montreal Children’s Hospital is launching a plan to raise $200 million in six years. Children’s Foundation president Renee Vezina explains
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society explains how we will know when the pandemic is finally over.
The ‘Bowvember’ campaign spreads awareness about prostate cancer. Ambassador Elias Makos on what people need to know.
What can be done to stop the anti-Semitism that’s growing online? Moint Royal MP Anthony Housefater on a new task force.
Fr. Raymond Lafontaine was with Fr. John Walsh when he died and reflects on the Montreal priest’s life and legacy.
The short film ‘Rebel’ tells the story of right-wing extremism through the eyes of a child. Director Pier-Philippe Chevigny on the film.
Close friend of the late Father John Walsh, Cantor Gideon Zelermyer, speaks of the man’s legacy.
MUHC infection and immunity expert Dr. Donald Sheppard on the new vaccine, and what 'close contact' actually means.
McGill psychology professor Joe Flanders on the impact of COVID-19 on our mental health and what this winter will look like.
If you're one of the millions of people who've taken up baking during the pandemic, Anna Olson has some expert advice.
Concordia professor Leon Wang explains how he believes people can avoid transmitting COVID-19 while indoors.
McGill University political science professor Jacob Levy lays out what comes next for the United States after Joe Biden’s win.
Million of mink are being killed in Demark as coronavirus spread among them. McGill's Jonathan Jarry on that and the three-later m
The secret service increased security around Joe Biden’s home and closed the airspace. Political analyst Graham Dodds on what that means.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta says the international community is waiting and watching the election results in the United States.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on the ballot counting in the U.S. and what it’s all coming down to.
Graham Dodds gives his thoughts on the American election as the world waits for results to begin coming in.
Katherine Pascuzzo discusses her new study on the toll the pandemic has taken on teenage mental health.
University of Montreal sociology professor Claire Durand gives her analysis of the polls leading up to the American election.
Political scientist Graham Dodds tells CTV News what the polls are showing so far on U.S. election day.