CTV News at Noon
Graham Dodds on how President Trump would have called almost anything a win
Reena Atanasiadis of Concordia University on how the drop in October could continue.
Vanier teacher Jailson Lima, winner of this year’s Beaumier Award for High School and CEGEP chemistry teachers, on what inspired his teachin
The news out of the United States the past few days has been grim -- pipe bombs, the attack on the Pittsburgh synagogue, the murder of two black men by a white supremacist in Kentucky.
Nutrition expert Danielle Levy on how the choices people make about food can help combat global warming.
Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte, and Aaron Rand vent about life in Montreal.
The new head of the Quebec English School Boards Association, Russell Copeman, says English schools are constitutionally protected and not subject to the notwithstanding clause.
Homeopathic remedies do one thing well: separate the foolish from their money
Saudi Arabia now says journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead. The manner of his death, however, remains a mystery - as are the potential consequences for the Saudis.
Jean-Philippe Cyr, aka The Buddhist Chef, on this weekend’s Montreal Vegan Festival.
Author and former CTV Montreal anchor Bill Haugland on his new eerie novel, Portals.
Ted Wright of the Westmount Legal Clinic on the rules that pot smokers must still follow after legalization.
Dr. Ronald Fraser, a psychiatrist, said brains under 25 are still developing and vulnerable to marijuana's long term effects
Reena Atanasiadies of Concordia University about the speculation in the cannabis industry
Saturday is the International day of Metastatic Breast Cancer. Lida El Hajjar from The Pink Ribbon joins us with prevention tips.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, and Terry DiMonte voice their complaints about Montreal
Executive Committee member Rosanie Filato joins with the details of the Mayor’s plans to treat weed like tobacco in public spaces.
Fromager Afrim Pristine talks about his new book For the Love of Cheese: Recipes and Wisdom From the Cheese Boutique.
Donald Cuccioletta on how the Russian Intelligence Agency, GRU, is targeting the news you share to create distrust in the West.
Heritage Montreal policy director Dinu Bumbaru on vandalism of the Sir John A. Macdonald statue in Place Du Canada.
The so-called old parties were almost wiped off the map and are left with a lot of soul-searching to do. Martin Patriquin weighs in.
Concordia's Graham Dodds on the FBI report into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Antonia Maioni, David Heurtel, and Gilles Duceppe discuss the 2018 Quebec election results
Around 1/3 of eligible voters in this election are millennials – Jonathan Seifert with ‘Vote it up’ discusses how they’re pushing for their
Bill Brownstein, Aaron Rand, and Joey Elias discuss a new crackdown on illegal grow-ops, and larger seats on planes.
Gilles Duceppe, Marlene Jennings, and Andy Nulman discuss the battle among politicians facing the end of their careers
In town for the Black Film Fest, he talks about the power of music in BlacKKKlansman, and why we havent' come as far as we thought.
Luis Miguel Cristancho of Bienvenue à NDG explains the difficulties immigrants face
Another scare headline: traces of pesticides found in cereals that increase the risks for cancer. Dr. Joe Schwarcz weighs in on the risks.
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