Homerun

  • Sue Smith

    Homerun

    CBC Montreal's Homerun has you covered for your afternoon drive home. Host Sue Smith has the stories, people and events making a buzz in Montreal.

    Posted: Jan 16, 2017 1:52 PM ET

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  • Thursday September 21, 2017

    Audio Controversy at the ballet

    Sue Smith speaks with Ivan Cavallari, artistic director of les Grands Ballet Canadiens du Montreal, after the STM nixed the poster for their upcoming production of Stabat Mater.

    Listen 8:05
  • Tuesday September 19, 2017

    Audio First climate and arctic emissary for Quebec

    It's climate week in New York and Homerun's Sue Smith talks to Quebec's first-ever climate and arctic emissary, renowned biologist and filmmaker Jean Lemire.

    Listen 8:05
  • Friday September 15, 2017

    Audio SistersInMotion back for third edition

    Homerun's Sue Smith speaks with Malek Yalaoui, a co-founder and host of SistersInMotion, an event that gives a platform to racialized women and femmes.

    Listen 7:14
  • Thursday September 14, 2017

    Audio "The Allegory of Trump in Canada"

    Sue Smith interviews Domenic Casciato, a political science student at McGill University and news editor at the McGill Tribune, about his op-ed "The Allegory of Trump in Canada".

    Listen 6:55
  • Thursday September 14, 2017

    Audio The price of an antidote

    Homerun's Sara King-Abadi joins Sue Smith in studio after overdoses land two men in the hospital and the provincial governement announces that Naloxone - the opiate overdose antidote - will soon be avilable in Montreal pharmacies free of charge.

    Listen 7:56
  • Wednesday September 13, 2017

    Audio New flag and coat of arms for Montreal

    The City of Montreal unveiled a new flag and coat of arms today. It now includes a red circle and a white pine - all in an effort to acknowledge the fundamental contribution of Indigenous people to the city.

    Listen 9:58
  • Tuesday September 05, 2017

    Audio Are drastic weather changes in Montreal's future?

    Why do we see sunshine in some parts of the city and rain in others? A new study from Concordia University says those kinds of differences are more likely to happen in the future ... thanks to climate change. Homerun talks to Ali Nazemi, an assistant p

    Listen 7:35
  • Tuesday September 05, 2017

    Audio When should parents be notified about lice?

    Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to Wendy the Lice Fairy about when parents should be notified if someone in their child's class or daycare has lice ... and tips to prevent itchy heads.

    Listen 7:08

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