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Montreal Holocaust Museum’s Dorothy Zalcman Howard on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
For many homeless and in distress women, survival can be the first and only priority. Montreal’s The Hair Project aims to bring them a little of bit of luxury.
Graham Dodds of Concordia University on wheat to expect at the impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump.
McGill's Institute of Health and Social Policy's Daniel Weinstock discusses a survey asking Canadians about medically assisted dying laws.
Isabelle Thibault from The KANPE Foundation, which brings support to the most vulnerable in Haiti, looks at where the country is now
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Dimonte join Mutsumi Takahashi for the first Gripes panel of 2020.
Aviation expert John Gradek explains how the investigation of the Tehran crash is likely to progress.
Jonathan Jarry of the McGill Office for Science and Society provides advice on what to be skeptical about in 2020.
Harvey Levine of B’Nai Brith Canada looks at this weekend’s anti-Semitic attacks in New York, and the rise of anti-Semitic acts in Canada
The fight to keep Quebec’s school boards will continue into 2020 after the Coalition Avenir Quebec government failed to pass a bill that would abolish them.
Adam Beattie and Hadi Shamieh of Precious Plastics on how Montrealers can recycle environment-threatening plastics themselves.
Sam Watts of the Welcome Hall Mission discusses the harsh realities faced by the 3,000 Montrealers who will be homeless during the holidays
The Foodhero mobile app was launched in May, and founder Jonathan Defoy wants to expand it across the border to cut down on food waste and save consumers money.
It was a busy week for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Heidi Rathjen was at Ecole Polytechnique three decades ago and co-founded the Coalition for Gun Control which wants to ban assault weapons in Canada.
Political analyst Donald Cuccioletta takes a closer look at Ukraine and how it’s landed at the centre of the impeachment inquiry in the U.S.
Tougher rules are coming to Quebec Monday for impaired drivers. Anyone found guilty of drunk driving for the second time in 10 years will have a breathalyzer installed in their vehicle for life.
Terry Dimonte, Dave Kaufman and Heidi Foss join Mutsumi Takahashi to sound off on glass ceilings, pedestrian crossings, potholes and more.
Eve-Lyne Couturier of IRIS explains why abolishing school boards will hurt education
On World Prematurity Day, former premie Vincent Lalumiere explains some of the health challenges these babies face.