Daybreak Montreal clips
Thursday February 22, 2018
Daybreak's provincial political analyst, Bernard St-Laurent, discusses an Option nationale politician who is returning to his PQ roots, and an Olympic pronunciation mishap with Hockey Canada.
Thursday February 22, 2018
After the Hockey Canada controversy over names, Mike Finnerty talks with nantali Indongo, Leta Polson, Jessica Rusnak and Bernard St-Laurent about theirs
Wednesday February 21, 2018
Closing arguments have wrapped up in the criminal negligence trial of a Brossard pit bull owner whose dog attacked a seven year old girl. Vanessa Biron was playing with her mother and sister in a Brossard park in 2015 when she was mauled, leaving her paralysed in half of her face. Her father, Bernard Biron, joined us in studio to talk about the trial.
Tuesday February 20, 2018
The federal government says it's stepping up action on laser strikes against commercial pilots. At least eight incidents have been reported so far this month at Montréal-Trudeau airport. We spoke to Jean Laroche, he is a retired airline pilot with 34 years experience and the Director of research and development for the Quebec Centre for Aeronautical Training. We also spoke to Marc Garneau -- the federal transport minister -- and the MP for NDG - Westmount.
Thursday February 15, 2018
Daybreak's provincial political analyst, Bernard St-Laurent, talks about Bill 107, the new agreement with specialist doctors and the NDP policy meeting this weekend.
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