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Project Genesis’ Daniel Bork on a historic agreement that will hand power of social housing to the city.
On St. Patrick's Day, historian Gearoid Ohallmhurain explains the lengthy history of Montreal's Irish community.
Former premier Jean Charest says our society seems consumed by identity politics and he hopes it won't rear its head in this election.
Gripes: The Gripes team takes on Valerie Plante's mountain road pilot project and suffering merchants on Bishop St.
NDG-Cote-des-Neiges city councillor Marvin Rotrand speaks to Camilien-Houde Way controversy and what Mayor Valerie Plante must do.
Psychologist and researcher Jean-Sebastien Fallu is among many calling for an overhaul of how we handle alcohol awareness.
Concordia's Sarah Ferraro on the health risks, lost productivity, and other negative effects of switching clocks for no reason.
Concordia University's Sylvia Santosa on whether there are any diets that truly work for everybody.
Quebec Solidaire spokesperson Manon Masse on the state of women in the province.
Loblaw recently introduced cricket powder to its shelves, but Marie-Eve Andre of the Insectarium says eating insects isn't rare.
Concordia University's Tamara Cohen on how lifestyle choices can help or hurt maintaining a healthy body weight.
Quebec Public Health Minister Lucie Charlebois on housing for the homeless and the dangers of sugary alcoholic drinks.
Real estate agent Amy Assad on the increase in sales of Montreal homes over the past year.
McGill University's Anja Geitman on whether Canada is ready for the business of pot.
Urban planning expert Miguel Escobar on a controversial plan to reduce Ste-Catherine St. to one lane of traffic.
Educ'alcool director Hubert Sacy on the dangers of sugary alcoholic drinks marketed at young people.
Developments in both China and Russia are proving to be a challenge to the international system.
McGill University's Jean-Francois Belanger on Russia's claims of a new missile and Putin's re-election bid.
Bill Brownstein, Joey Elias and Dave Kaufman tackle the mountain mess, traffic and the depressing Habs.
Olympic medallists Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford talk about their Olympic experience.
Philippe Fournier of Qc125.com tracks and aggregates polls. He believes the CAQ is gaining strength in eastern Montreal
Former Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe talks about why 7 out of 10 Bloc MPs quit and what the party’s future holds.
MNP tax accountant Sean Sprackett analyzes the budget.
Andre Gagne on how Graham made the evangelical church a dominant force in U.S. politics.
Political analyst Martin Patriquin talks about the fallout from Trudeau’s India trip, as well as the Camilien-Houde thoroughfare.
Activist and writer Havin Gunesar says Kurds are caught in the middle of fighting.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on whether any mass shooting will convince U.S. lawmakers to restrict access to firearms.
Geoffrey Chambers, vice-president of the Quebec Community Groups Network talks about the new poll on anglos and the response to it.
Serguei Mokhov of Concordia University on how Siri, Amazon Echo, and Google's Home are always listening.
The public will be able to weigh in on animal bylaws in a series of public consultations, spearheaded by our in-studio guest, Craig Sauve.