Daybreak MontrealConcern over Hydro Quebec's new wireless smart metresMar 12, 2014 | 8:43Laval citizens have formed a group to voice what concerns about what it says are potential health side-effects of Hydro Quebec's new wireless smart metres.
Daybreak MontrealOffensive frosh chants banned at Concordia UniversityMar 12, 2014 | 9:08Student Leaders at Concordia University's Engineering and Computer Science Faculty have moved to re-write and clean up frosh chants that it says are sexist and offensive.
Daybreak MontrealDuceppe pens letter of support for Peladeau candidacyMar 12, 2014 | 8:33Pierre Karl Peladeau's announcement he will run for the PQ in the next provincial election has been controversial because of his media holdings. Daybreak speaks to the former head of the Bloc Quebecois, Gilles Duceppe.
Daybreak MontrealOffensive frosh chants banned at Concordia UniversityMar 12, 2014 | 8:20Student Leaders at Concordia University's Engineering and Computer Science Faculty have moved to re-write and clean up frosh chants that they say are sexist and offensive.
Daybreak MontrealNo-Kill SPCA comes to West IslandMar 11, 2014 | 5:04After many years in the making the West Island has a no-kill SPCA animal shelter. Mike interviews Pierre Bourbonnais, a shelter co-founder.
Daybreak MontrealNew Citizens Sound Wall Committee for BeaconsfieldMar 11, 2014 | 7:52A group of Beaconsfield citizens are worried about noise and pollution from Highway 20. They have formed a Citizens' Sound Wall Committee with cooperation from Beaconsfield's administration to try and solve this years-old problem.
Daybreak MontrealLanguage issues in Quebec: Jean-Francois Lisee and Geoffrey KellyMar 11, 2014 | 12:08Jean-Francois Lisee, the PQ minister responsible for relations with anglophones talks language with Geoff Kelley, who represents the West Island riding of Jacques-Cartier for the Liberals.
Daybreak MontrealElection: the race so far with Bernard St-LaurentMar 11, 2014 | 9:34Chief Quebec Political Analyst Bernard St-Laurent with a look at the latest in election news: Pierre-Karl Peladeau's Parti Quebecois nomination and possible conflict of interest, the PQ's public support, and party messages so far.
Daybreak MontrealFestival de la Voix showcases local talentMar 11, 2014 | 2:29Kerry-Anne Kutz wanted to showcase local talent, so she created the Festival de la Voix, inspired by the TV show The Voice. This March 21st marks the festival's second year running.
Daybreak MontrealWill the Train de l'Ouest ever pull into West Island stations?Mar 11, 2014 | 13:55Commuters have been waiting on a dedicated West Island train - the Train de l'ouest - for years, but the project hasn't moved forward.
Clifford Lincoln from the Train de L'Ouest and AMT CEO Nicolas Girard discuss.
Daybreak MontrealQuebec Solidaire reacts to Pierre Karl Péladeau candidacyMar 10, 2014 | 4:11The Quebec Solidaire candidate for Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Alexandre Leduc, reacts to the news that Pierre Karl Péladeau is running for the Parti Québécois in the riding of St-Jerome.
Daybreak MontrealElection economic debateMar 10, 2014 | 16:37Nicholas Marceau of the Parti Québécois, Christian Dubé of the Coalition Avenir Québec and Carlos Leitao of the Liberals debate the Quebec economy leading up to the election.
Daybreak MontrealDaylight Savings Time: a blessing or curse?Mar 10, 2014 | 5:43This morning's 6:40 am may be feeling more like 5:40 am to you. That's because we moved the clocks forward early this weekend. For some, it's a happy sign that spring is on the way. But early risers now have to wait another hour before they see the sun.
Daybreak MontrealCity tackles emerald ash borer infestationMar 10, 2014 | 7:37The city is set to hold its first summit on the emerald ash borer - the green beetle attacking Montreal's ash trees. The beetle has spread to 12 of Montreal's boroughs already.