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McGill University’s Mallar Chakravarty on new theories of what causes autism and new research that could lead to future treatments.
Donald Cuccioletta on how Donald Trump is sparking a trade war and preparing for war against Iran.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, and Terry DiMonte vent about ecocentres, bike lanes, and complaints from managers
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe on the Green Party picking up another seat and the battle for leadership of the Quebec Liberal Party.
Political analyst Tom Mulcair on the direction of the discourse at the Bill 21 hearings on banning religious symbols
McGill law faculty Dean Robert Leckey says the government should be criticized for holding hearings on Bill 21 without religious groups.
A new poll suggests support for Justin Trudeau, his government and his party sank to a new low this month.
The City of Montreal wants to ban all single-use plastic items by next spring. Colleen Thorpe from Equiterre on the positive implications.
Double lung transplant recipient Linda Paradis on what it’s like to wait for life-saving transplants.
Former Environment Minister David Heurtel on what he learned from the 2017 spring floods.
Concordia professor Pascale Biron on whether home owners in flood zones should be compensated and how Quebec can deal with future floods.
Amani Ben Amar immigrated to Quebec from Tunisia, and says she supports the proposed secularism bill. Here’s why:
Blues singer Dawn Tyler Watson discusses her love of music and her new solo album.
Parti Quebecois interim leader Pascal Berube on why his party supports the CAQ’s tabled religious symbols bill and what needs to change.
CTV Digital Analyst Elias Makos on the risks that come with popular trend of genetic testing.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute says carbon taxes are a better way to change habits
Gilles Duceppe and Marlene Jennings discuss Trudeau's SNC Lavalin issues and the protests surrounding Bill 21.
Author Kim Thuy, who was written about the lives of refugees and immigrants, takes on bringing Vietnamese cooking to Canada in her new book.
Video of the mosque shootings in N.Z. was seen by millions of people - some of the largest and most tech-savvy media outlets worldwide faile
Religious studies PhD candidate at McGill Jennifer Guyer says the secularism bill treats religious symbols as a threat – and they aren’t.
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