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Sasha Digiulian, a rising star in the world of rock climbing, is in Montreal for the second edition of the Psicobloc Open Series Canada.
Equiterre senior researcher Caroline Brouillette on what Brazil’s delayed response to wildfires in the Amazon could mean for the planet.
McGill Law School Dean Robert Leckey on the case of a family pushing to have all three of their child’s parent legally recognized.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on why the president's strange behaviour is causing concern
Montreal in Action founder Balarama Holness on a recent judge’s decision approving a lawsuit against the city for racial profiling.
Montreal journalist and activist Richard Burnett on why there are divisions within the LGBTQ community.
With 63,000 Canadians still living with AIDS, MUHC researcher Nikita Pai on why the crisis is not over.
A Montreal City Councillor wants facial recognition technology banned, as the AI software becomes more prevalent with governments and security forces.
Hampstead Mayor Bill Steinberg on why he is defending a controversial luxury condo development in his city.
Neuroscientist Robert Paul Juster on what his research shows about the effects stigma can have on members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, Dave Kaufman and Mutsumi Takahashi discuss the ridiculous situation on Montreal's roads.
Student Hannah Tooktoo of Kuujjuaq on her voyage cycling across Canada to raise awareness of the suicide crisis among Inuit youth.
Charles Bender of the Montreal First People’s Festival explains this year’s lineup.
The MNA responsible for English-speaking Quebecers, Christopher Skeete, on why the government is launching a public consultation.
Beaconsfield Mayor Georges Bourelle explains his frustration with the CAQ government's recently released updated flood maps.
With the Rogers Cup starting on Saturday, Tennis Canada's Eugene Lapierre on the tournament and why he wants a retractable roof on IGA Stadi
Music lovers can expect lots to listen to but also a whole new experience at Osheaga, according to Evenko's Philip Vanden Brande.
Alain Bessette, director of development at Auticonsult, on the challenges faced by those on the autism spectrum in entering the workforce.
Quebec’s blue-green algae problem is as bad as it’s ever been and bound to get worse, according to researchers.
Cybersecurity expert Steve Waterhouse on the best ways to keep your data safe in the wake of the Capital One breach.