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Royal wedding: Karim Al-Dahdah from the Monarchist League of Canada with all the details on the newlywed Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Political analyst Martin Patriquin on the CAQ values test and chances in the upcoming provincial election.
World Anti-Doping Agency President Sir Craig Reedie on how Montreal can become a global centre for anti-doping.
Graham Dodds of Concordia University on the one year investigation of the Mueller inquiry into the 2016 American election.
Geoffrey Chambers from the QCGN joins us to give some insight into what will be a history-making chapter in this year’s general election
Kyle Matthews from Concordia discusses the implications of moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Catherine Bergeron, whose son was killed in a cycling accident, on Le Tour De Silence, which honours fallen cyclists.
Lawyer Reisa Khalifa on a Quebec court case could determine which parents can be put on a birth certificate for non-traditional families.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, and Dave Kaufman discuss the issues Montrealers are obsessed with
Major General David Fraser on his new book and leading Operation Medusa, the largest battle fought by Canadian troops since the Korean War.
Journalist, columnist and doc filmmaker Francine Pelletier on whether La Presse’s new model as a non-profit organization can work.
McGill political science professor Rex Brynen on the latest reaction and fallout from Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran deal.
After another Hydro Quebec hike, Cathy Inouye from Project Genesis said it’s a concern for renters in badly insulated apartments.
Steven Guilbeault of Equiterre and other groups have banded together months before the election to ensure environmental issues are included.
The annual foodie event raises money to feed hungry school children. Co-chair, our own Aphrodite Salas, joins us in studio to discuss.
\Band Council Chief Gina Dear on the proposed cannabis law being considered in Kahnawake.
Political analyst Martin Patriquin on the Liberal ministers leaving politics and if is this normal.
Stephane Giroux, President of the Quebec Federation of Professional Journalists, on how journalism is a pillar of democracy
Donald Cuccioletta on how Trump now admits paying off a woman who says he had an affair. Or maybe he isn't. It's deliberately misleading.
Gilles Duceppe and Marlene Jennings look at the Bloc kerfuffle, and MNAs deciding not to run again
The new minimum wage hike to $12 / hr is not enough to lift people – and especially working women – out of poverty, says Gabrielle Bouchard of the Quebec Women’s Federation.
A fire forced residents from a makeshift “rooming house” on Linton. CDN/NDG mayor Sue Montgomery joins us to discuss what’s known so far.
Bill Browder, the businessman turned human rights crusader, discusses the Magnitsky Act and tense international relations with Russia.
Martin Patriquin on Martin Coiteux leaving politics and Jean-Francois Lisee, who wants to build a wall at the Quebec border.
Today in studio, our panel of Gripes weigh in on several municipal nuisances, including parking, BIXI, and 'driving while black.'
SPCA Montreal animal advocacy lawyer Sophie Gaillard on the new campaign taking on the St-Tite Western Festival.
Retail strategist Carl Boutet on why Ste. Catherine St. is sorely in need of a revamp.
The CAQ is running out of steam while the Liberals are holding steady says pollster and professor Philippe Fournier of QC125.com
What is the ‘involuntary celibacy’ fringe movement and how is it linked to the alt-right? Former neo-Nazi Maxime Fizet on the dangers.
Quebec’s Green Party wants police patrols in the province to stop carrying guns. Leader Alex Tyrell explains why.
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