Jean Sébastien Bouchard was in the Homerun studio to talk about his project for a cat café. People could get their cat and coffee fix at the same time.
It's been a busy day at Bramble House in Valois Bay. It sells goods from Britain and lots of people want to know if they are still allowed to sell Marmite. Diane Hodges is the owner of Bramble House.
Sue Smith speaks to the CBC's Marika Wheeler reporting live from L'Isle-Verte. Wheeler give us a sense of the impact of the tragedy on the tight-knit community.
The Montreal Alouettes longtime quarterback Anthony Calvillo says he's retiring from playing professional football. He speaks to Sue Smith about his post-retirement plans that include going back to school.