Daybreak MontrealWhat is it like for female chefs to work in restaurant kitchens?Jun 23, 2015 | 9:29Daybreak spoke to two Montreal chefs - Gita Seaton, the co-owner and chef of Nouveau Palais and Emma Cardarelli, the co-owner and chef of Nora Gray - about what it's like to work in a professional kitchen.
Daybreak MontrealRepentigny girls soccer team prepares for trip to SwedenJun 23, 2015 | 7:501600 teams from 70 different nations will compete in the Gothia Cup in Sweden in July including the U15 Repentigny Olympiques soccer team.
Daybreak MontrealDJ Ghislain Poirier shares his turntable tips for a perfect nightJun 19, 2015 | 10:19In a mission to learn how to be the perfect party DJ, Arts Reporter Nantali Indongo hangs out with Montreal DJ Poirier the day before his free "Le Shag" party in Montreal.
Daybreak MontrealChanges to Cabot Square aim to empower Aboriginal MontrealersJun 18, 2015 | 10:11Shari Okeke with an exclusive look at major changes coming to Cabot Square. It's undergone a 6 million dollar renovation. Now, it's about to reopen with new services hoping to empower Aboriginal Montrealers... who've used the park for decades.
Daybreak MontrealNine-year-old dino book author Elliott Seah reviews Jurrasic WorldJun 18, 2015 | 6:16We were curious how Jurrasic World went going down with our favourite Montreal dinosaur expert and future paleontologist, Elliot Seah. He's just nine years old, and already has a dino book deal!
Daybreak MontrealRed-winged blackbirds ready to attack during nesting periodJun 17, 2015 | 4:24A disgruntled red-winged blackbird has taken up a roost at Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal, and it is not being very neighbourly. In fact, the bird has dive-bombed anyone and anything in sight since establishing its nest somewhere on the property.
Daybreak MontrealLegislation to outlaw forced marriages receives criticism from South Asian communityJun 17, 2015 | 8:40Mela Sarkar from the South Asian Women's Community Centre reacts to legislation that would compel anyone 16 or 17 years old to go before a judge to satisfy the court she or he is marrying of her or his own free will.
Daybreak MontrealBeaconsfield introduces new pay-as-you-throw garbage collection systemJun 17, 2015 | 9:18The City of Beaconsfield will be switching to a new pay-as-you-throw garbage pickup system in the new year — with a techie twist. The City has invested in three sizes of garbage bins equipped with RFID transponders that measure how is thrown away.
Daybreak MontrealVanessa Riopel excited about pitching for Team Canada at Pan Am GamesJun 17, 2015 | 6:12Baseball player Vanessa Riopel was born with a club foot but it didn't stop her from being one of the most dominant female pitchers in Canada. Women's baseball will be included in a major international multisport competition for the first time at Pan Ams
Daybreak MontrealFIFA 'Water bottle coat-check' angers game-goes at Women's World CupJun 16, 2015 | 9:11No re-entry if you leave the stadium during a 7hr double-header, and check your water bottle at the door... Daybreak speaks with people who are upset at the rules for the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Daybreak MontrealMeet Mary Irwin-Gibson, Montreal's first female Anglican bishopJun 16, 2015 | 10:09Daybreak speaks to Mary-Irwin Gibson, who is the bishop elect of Montreal's Anglican Church. She'll take up her new post as of September.
Daybreak MontrealEyewitness: Two joggers hit by driver on Cambridge road in HudsonJun 15, 2015 | 9:27A 21-year-old Hudson woman remains in critical condition this morning in hospital. Tina Adams was jogging on Friday night on Cambrdige road just down the street from her home... when she and a friend were struck by a car.
Daybreak MontrealOliver Jones plays Union United Church celebration of return to Delisle streetJun 15, 2015 | 5:25After four years at temporary locations in NDG,members of Union United are finally back home. Major repairs have been done at the century-old building just off Atwater avenue near Lionel Groulx metro.
Daybreak MontrealProjet Montreal calls for commercial rent control after Café Saint Henri's rent triplesJun 15, 2015 | 9:13After being handed a massive rent increase, Café Saint Henri's owner has announced he will likely have to close or move his St-Henri location. Craig Sauvé from Projet Montreal says Montreal needs commercial rent control.