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Olivier Hernandez, director of the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, on the significance of the Apollo 11 mission and its fiftieth anniversary.
Seniors' rights advocate Danis Prud'Homme on why increases to old age security pensions and income supplements aren't enough.
Concordia professor Graham Dodds on American President Donald Trump's tweets telling congresswomen to 'go back' to their countries.
Quebec Community Group Network president Geoffrey Chambers on how the English community will move forward.
Political scientist Graham Dodds on how the U.S. president is normalizing outrage, and pushing authoritarianism
Lawyer Julius Grey is battling the Health Ministry, saying the PREM system, designed to bring doctors to the regions, hurts Montrealers.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein, and Joey Elias vent about life in Montreal.
Lou Ferrigno has had a long and storied career as an actor and bodybuilder.
Eric Girard on why some of Montreal's street performers are protesting changes to the way the city books acts in Place Jacques Cartier.
A Belgian man is holding a one-man protest against Reitmans, saying they stole his 'Mom, I'm fine' slogan.
With a serious shortage of lifeguards, the Quebec Lifesaving Society is hoping for recruits. Director Raynald Hawkins with more.
New research shows just how bad ultra-processed foods are for our health. Jean-Claude Moubarac of the University of Montreal has more.
Concordia associate engineering professor Anjali Awasthi on how to ensure the new Champlain Bridge is sustainable and avoiding past mistakes.
The Gripes crew takes on the opening of the Champlain Bridge, closures on the Jacques Cartier and the overdue, overbudget Verdun Beach.
John Rossant, founder and chairman of the Newcities Foundation, discusses the Wellbeing Cities Forum and how tech is changing city life.
McGill University's David Wachsmuth on the impact of Airbnb-type apps on Canada's rental market.
Annie Berube dismisses the federal government’s arguments that a pipeline will aid the transition to clean energy
Muslim women stand to be most affected by Bill 21. Shaheen Ashraf from the Canadian Council of Muslim Women on how this will affect them.
Youssef Benzouin of FRAPRU explains the problems as vacancy drops below 2 percent in Montreal
Russell Copeman of the Quebec English School Boards Assn. on dealing with a government that wants to abolish them.