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Project Genesis wants to clear up the misconceptions tenants have about their rights. Margaret Van Nooten says there are many.
Travis Smith teaches at Concordia, but he's also the author of the book 'Superhero Ethics: 10 Comic Book Heroes, 10 Ways to Save the World'.
International relations professor T.V. Paul breaks down the surprising comments after talks between Trump and Putin and what they mean.
During the 50's and 60's brainwashing experiments were conducted on patients at the Allen Memorial Institute for the CIA.
Para-athlete Peter McGregor can't move his legs, but still competes in jiu-jitsu
Political analyst Martin Patriquin on the cancelled ‘SLAV’ show , 12 Russians and the DNC hack and the PQ remaining a largely white party.
Two decades after the affair shook the White House, we ask Simone de Beauvoir Institute's Kimberly Manning: would it be any different today?
Suzanne Rousseau and Eddy King talk about what to expect at this year's Festival International Nuits D'Afrique.
A patients’ rights group says as many as 37,000 seniors are not receiving proper – or basic – care. Advocate Paul Brunet explains.
Rapper Annakin Slayd and Jason Devine of the Jeanne Mance Park Softball Association on saving baseball fields in the city.
Kaberi Dasgupta of the MUHC's Research Institute explains what heat stroke is and how to protect yourself.
Rachel Zellars, a post-doctoral fellow in the department of history at the University of Vermont, discusses appropriation after 'SLAV.'
The gang takes on Turcot closures, a halted funeral procession and try to imagine the pain of a tourist trying to navigate Montreal's detour
Concordia University's Andre Gagne on biblical justifications for the American policy of family separations at the border.
The election is just 3 months away, and it’s time to see any change that’s in the air. Joining us from QC125.com is Philippe J. Fournier.
On the Fourth of July, Graham Dodds explains the significance of American independence and what that means today.
The rules surrounding Bill 62 were set to come into effect today, but were suspended. Joining us with reaction is activist Afifa Suleman.
With the Liberals dropping in the polls, there’s word Philippe Couillard might call an early election. Political analyst Martin Patriquin weighs in.
The Gripes crew turns their attention to the Mercier problems, the city's economic plan, and the SAQ selling pot.
Entrepreneur Martine St-Victor discusses the importance of diversity and how it can help Montreal's Startup Festival.
McGill University's Kieran O’Donnel on how a mother's emotional state at birth can affect her child.
A study finds that the carbon market barely reduces greenhouse gases, but does lead losses in money and jobs for the QC government. Germain
Years ago, Betty Bonifassi recorded her versions of American slave songs, and Robert Lepage is staging her concert of those songs – a contro
Criminal defence attorney Walid Hijazi on the Crown's request for mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette to serve 150 years.
The NDG Food Depot will have a new name and a new mission, as Exec. Director Daniel Rotman explains.
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard on the upcoming election campaign, Gaetan Barrette and tense relations with the U.S.
The Gripes team takes on parking at the Jean Talon Market, tickets for crossing the mountain and legal marijuana.
Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny, author of the new book 'Megantic,' on writing the book and who is ultimately to blame.
La Presse editorialist Paul Journet answers questions about pot, the Safe Third Country Agreement and the current U.S. immigration crisis.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta offers his summer reading picks for those who can’t get enough of politics.
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