Little Burgundy jazz
Felix award-winning drummer Norman Marshall Villeneuve, Anne Rockhead, the daughter-in-law of Rufus Rockhead who owned Rockead's Paradise, and local tap dancer and choreographer Ethel Bruneau.
Montreal's jazz community today
Dave Turner, Chet Doxas, and Dawn Tyler Watson.
Stereotypes in the spotlight
Rapper and poet Cadence Weapon, singer Murray Lightburn of The Dears, and former-NHLer Georges Laraque.
David Shelton, Abisara Machold, and Tracy Biddle.
Montreal's black community
Fabienne Colas of Montreal International Black Film Festival, Frances Waithe of the DESTA Black Youth Network, and Trevor Williams of the Trevor Williams Kids Foundation.
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Minister for Social Services and Youth Protection Veronique Hivon announced a new policy to address the homelessness problem in the province. Sue speaks with Minister Hivon and Matthew Pearce, the Director General of Montreal's Old Brewery Mission.
Two students at Dorset Elementary in Baie-D'Urfé are knitting dishcloths to raise money for a school in the Dominican Republic. We speak with knitter Isabel Szollosy, and Kate Bateman, founder of the school for Haitian children in the Dominican Republic.
CBC's Bernard St-Laurent and Shawn Lyons join Sue on Homerun to breakdown the PQ budget and let you know what it means for you.
Bonus clips courtesy of Pierre Landry:
Régine on the paradox of leaving Los Angeles after Arcade Fire's Grammy win and flying directly to Haiti.
And here is what Arcade Fire is up to next.
This year, it's also allowing producers to raise the price they charge the SAQ.
Wine writer Natalie MacLean weighs in.
Actor Dan Aykroyd is in town to promote his Crystal Head Vodka. He talks to Homerun's Pierre Landry.
We're learning more about Alain Magloire, the Montreal man who was shot and killed by police Monday. The 41-year-old studied biochemistry, worked in a lab and had two daughters. He also suffered from mental illness. Homerun checks in with Project Pal, a non-profit organization that works to integrate people who struggle with mental issues into the community. Sue Smith speaks to coordinator Angela Murphy and members Bobby McGuire and Robert Aelick.