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Breast cancer awareness event Run for the Cure will be held in a new way this year. Spokesperson Isabelle Racicot explains.
More Quebecers are home schooling their children. Noemi Burlus of the Quebec Association for Home-Based Education on what it involves.
McGill University’s Nancy Heath explains a new study showing lockdowns could be causing mental distress to students.
Defence attorney Eric Sutton gives his take on the provincial government’s latest COVID-19 public health measures.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante responds to the city’s red alert status and the provincial government’s messaging problems.
Kim Lavoie, chair of behavioural medicine at UQAM, breaks down the government’s response to the second wave of COVID-19.
Erin Barker from Concordia’s department of psychology discusses how a second lockdown will impact Montrealers.
Dr. Christopher Labos says the Quebec government's COVID-19 lockdown in some regions is the right move right now.
Tom Mulcair speaks about the Throne Speech, new parliamentary session and the second wave of COVID-19.
With the second wave of COVID-19, Benoit Masse of the Universite de Montreal school of public health look at capacity in Quebec hospitals.
Quoc Nguyen, head of the government task force on COVID-19, explains how long-term care facilities have prepared for the virus' second wave.
Women make up one quarter of the city's homeless. Chez Doris director Marina Boulos-Winton explains the extra pressure on resources.
McGill office for science and society’s Jonathan Jarry explains how to get through the second wave of COVID-19.
A new legal clinic is opening in Montreal to help people of colour. Lawyer Marie-Livia Beauge explains the new service.
Colleen Thorpe of Equiterre on Quebec's new local food initiative and why food security is important to autonomy.
Linda See of Batshaw Youth and Family Centres explains the reasons behind the 12 per cent increase in reports to youth protection services.
Digital analyst Elias Makos breaks down the Apple updates for iPhones and other products.
Erin Lynch, a senior fellow at Concordia’s Centre for Sensory Studies, explains how casinos manipulate gamblers to keep them playing.
Wine expert Natalie Maclean explains which wines are on the menu for the fall season
Don Vinh of the MUHC explains what Montreal’s elevated alert level and spiking case numbers could mean for you.
Author Sharon Kirsch discusses her memoir ‘The Smallest Objective,’ which chronicles her relationship with her Alzheimer's-stricken mother.
Are Canadians as committed to fighting climate change as they say? Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute has insight.
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.