Despite the loss, they managed to raise the money again and make it to the Laval Cosmodome's space camp.
Local basketball coaches Trevor Williams and Joey McKitterick applaud the NBA's decision.
(Photo: Mark J. Terrill/Associated Press)
Professor Jeffrey Mogil tells Steve Rukavina how this may be affecting scientific research.
"We know it happens...This is a really extreme case," says Birds of North America designer Hayley Gibson about allegations that Montreal's Boutique Onze sold copies of her dress designs, along with copies of clothing made by other local designers.
Quebec Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée tells Shawn Apel she is pleased with the Supreme Court's ruling that the federal government does not have the power to unilaterally reform the Senate without support from the provinces.
Dawson College student Sara Diamond,19, tells Shawn what it's like to sing the U.S. national anthem at the Bell Centre during the playoffs. She also shared Ginette Reno's advice: "Break a leg. Break a rib. Break everything."
Today Armenians around the world are marking the 99th anniversary of what's known as the Armenian genocide.
Norair Serengulian, of the Armenian National Committee of Canada, wants the Turkish government to recognize the events of 1915-23 as a genocide.
(Photo: Jaela Bernstien)
Students were asked to report on Montreal's Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood.
(Photo: Andy Fidel)
A 71-year-old client was left out in the cold in front of his home. The man later died.
Addy Adegeye has been a taxi driver with Taxi Diamond for more than 20 years. He weighs in on the decision.
A recent survey shows high numbers of Canadians are job hopping.
Are Canadians becoming less loyal to their employers?
The founder of a career coaching service weighs in on this tendency.
Yanik Deschênes of Edelman Montreal talks about his company's policy on e-mails and Concordia University professor Steven Appelbaum says e-mail bans would be hard to adopt in Canadian workplaces.
From April 14 to May 9, Canada Writes will be asking Canadians to take a Shakespearean character, situate him or her in a present-day scenario, and write a new soliloquy or monologue for them.
Challenge will be open to Canadians aged 12 and over. Prize: an iPad mini for entrants aged 12-18, one for entrants 19 and over.
(Illustration: Graham Roumieu)
(Photo: Jesse Winchester Facebook page)
Michael Fortier, the former Conservative Minister of International Trade, got to know the former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty through politics.
He reflected on Flaherty's life and legacy.
(Photo: Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)
It's a lip-dub of Pharrell Williams' song "Happy" and it's already gotten over 26,000 views on YouTube.
(Photo: Tom Zheng)
An internet security flaw is rattling a lot of nerves today. It's called the "Heartbleed Bug", and it's found in software code used by two thirds of "secure" websites around the world. Carmi Levy is an independent technology analyst. He talks to Homerun's Shawn Apel.
Kick off your week with Jeremy Welik and Matthew Chaim as they make their way around the city singing, rapping, and making videos all in the comfort of their Mitsubishi Lancer. They joined Sue Smith in the Homerun studio.
(Photo courtesy of Boots & Scoops/Facebook)
Know as Blue Metropolis, it takes this year from April 28 to May 4.
Up until now patients had to apply for permission through Health Canada.
Starting today, patients must be prescribed cannabis by a doctor or nurse practitioner.
If you've ever been lost in a sea of usernames and passwords, there may be an alternative on the horizon.
One Canadian company wants you to ditch passwords, and instead, log in with your heartbeat.