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Concordia University political analyst Graham Dodds talks about how the narrow win in Alabama is big for the Democrats.
The video game designer on how Muslims are portrayed in new media and how many people are ignorant about what the religion actually involves
Michel Bouchard of the McGill United Nations Environmental Program believes the ban is a good first step
CTV political analyst Martin Patriquin talks about the new Montreal police chief and the bonjour, hi controversy.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Rick Blue give their takes on Turcot traffic and, of course, 'bonjour/hi.'
Donald Cuccioletta tells CTV Montreal about Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and other policy changes he has made.
Jack Jedwab explains why, during a time when the economy is strong and language issues tempered, Quebec is seeing a net population loss.
Michel Kelly-Gagnon of the MEI on a supreme court case involving beer
Richard Shearmur with McGill’s school of urban planning on the effects of the 2000 defects in parts for the new Champlain Bridge.
Martin Patriquin discusess Bonjour/Hi, the N-word, and other French expressions on CTV Montreal
Nakuset of the Montreal Native Women's Shelter reacts to the missing and murdered indigenous women and girl's inquiry in Quebec.
Chantal Desjardins, a Montreal radio host on CJAD, is in Bali
Andy Nulman is one of the people working on a new comedy festival, despite being the co-founder of Just for Laughs.
Martin Patriquin talks to CTV Montreal about the Anglo Secretariat, an Adidas manager, mandated French courses and more
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry DiMonte talk about the all-white, francophone executive committee, gas gouging, Toronto envy and race
Stephen Reichhold, immigrant advocate, talks to CTV Montreal on how immigrants are not taking part in French courses
The Beaverton editor Alex Huntley on his comedic new book, Glorious and/or Free: The True History of Canada.
Montreal Economic Institute's Mathieu Bedard on why lower drug prices might not always be the best idea.
Carl Vallée of the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation says the cuts announced are modest
Tom Wilson, of Lee Harvey Osmond and Junkhouse fame, on his new book 'Beautiful Scars.'
Writer and political analyst Martin Patriquin talks Quebec’s pot law and La Meute’s membership.
Liberal MP Nicola Di Iorio advocates for banning impaired driving
Marlene Jennings and Gilles Duceppe tell CTV Montreal what will be learned by Plante's election.
The time-spanning videogame relies on historical research
Trudeau is in the Philippines trying to forge new relationships to fill the void the TPP was supposed to fill. Bruce Hicks with more.
Graham Dodds tells CTV Montreal Donald Trump has no strategy, few accomplishments, but no competition
CTV Montreal’s panel of complainers gather for their lunchtime griping
As the song goes, “What a Difference A Day Makes.”
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta talks to CTV Montreal about the president of the United States.
Russell Copeman, who was mayor of Cote-des-Neiges NDG until a loss on election night is processing and talks about the surprise loss.