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Terry Dimonte, Bill Brownstein, and Aaron Rand, gripe about parking etiquette, Ville-Marie tunnel construction and Bill riding an e-scooter.
Why do people join extremist movements? Researchers at Concordia think they know part of the answer.
Should Montreal actually get rid of more parking spots?
Lawyer Valerie Assouline said that the youth protection system is sometimes used as a weapon, and that violence in the system has to stop.
Former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe and former immigration minister David Heurtel discuss recent controversies in Quebec politics.
What are we missing in the conversation about skin colour? Author Desmond Cole on his new book 'The Skin We're In'
Political scientist Graham Dodds on the fiasco that was the Iowa caucuses, and the impeachment acquittal.
Aaron Rand, Bill Brownstein and Terry Di Monte join Mutsumi Takahashi for Friday Gripes. (And, yes, they tackle snow-clearing in Montreal)
Regional Chief of the Assembly of First Nations for Quebec and Labrado Ghislin Picard on findings of systemic discrimination.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta compares China’s current battle to contain coronavirus to past outbreaks of SARS and bird flu
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.