Daybreak MontrealIce cover on Great Lakes nears record levelsMar 6, 2014 | 4:16The extreme cold weather we've had this winter means the ice cover on the Great Lakes is about 91 percent. In the last few years, it's averaged 40 percent. Pascal Yiacouvakis is Radio-Canada's meteorologist.
Daybreak MontrealDaybreak Montreal from CBC Radio: December 02, 2013Dec 2, 2013 | 29:15We speak to a shopper unhappy with Target over French-only checkout machines, infrastructure minister Denis Lebel speaks to us about the new Champlain Bridge, Doug on boxer Adonis Stevenson, and Jeanette visits a production of the Christmas Carol.
Daybreak MontrealPeter Doig exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine ArtsJan 23, 2014 | 10:22Scottish-born former Montrealer, painter Peter Doig, has been called the best painter living now. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is opening an exhibition called Peter Doig: No Foreign Lands.
Daybreak MontrealMargaret Trudeau speaks out about mental health strugglesDec 4, 2013 | 7:36Proceeds from this year's CBC Montreal annual charity drive will go to project PAL, a community group that helps people with mental health issues. Daybreak's Mike Finnerty spoke to famous Montrealer and mental health advocate, Margaret Trudeau.
Daybreak MontrealEating well on 2 dollars a dayFeb 11, 2014 | 7:22Montrealer Alexandre Bustros challenged himself to eat a healthy diet on two dollars a day for two months. Now he's making a documentary about the experience.
Daybreak MontrealCommuters predict more traffic problems west of DecarieMar 3, 2014 | 5:57The St-Jacques Street access to the Ville-Marie Expressway is permanently closed as of this morning. It's being dismantled as part of the Turcotte Interchange project. Daybreak speaks to Transport Quebec and the city councillor for the area.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal producer celebrates Oscar winMar 3, 2014 | 7:45Frederic Bohbot won an Oscar last night for his documentary The Lady in Number 6. The film tells the story of 110-year-old Alice Herz-Sommer, a pianist and the oldest survivor of the Holocaust. Frederic Bohbot was on Daybreak this morning.
Daybreak MontrealQuebec hotel sues over bed bug comment posted on Trip AdvisorAug 22, 2013 | 10:51In April, Laurent Azoulay went to stay at the Hotel Quebec with his son. He says he had a bad experience and he wrote about it on Trip Advisor. Now the hotel is asking him to remove his negative review and is suing him for $95,000.
Daybreak MontrealGaming Event at Concordia UniversityFeb 27, 2014 | 4:07Concordia University is organizing a gaming event called Arcade 11. It takes place next week and is open to kids 5 years and up. Daybreak speaks to organizer Prem Sooriyakumar from Concordia's Office of Research.
Daybreak MontrealOQLF withdraws complaint about Chelsea store's Facebook pageMar 4, 2014 | 9:05Last month, Eva Cooper received a letter from L'office quebecois de la langue francaise saying she needed to translate the store's page to French or face legal consequences. Cooper has now come to an agreement with the OQLF.
Daybreak MontrealRenovating more costly on the PlateauMar 5, 2014 | 9:39The Plateau Mont-Royal borough is making big home renovations more expensive. The Plateau administration says it wants to slow the gentrification of the area. Daybreak speaks to borough councillor Alex Norris and architect Yannick Laurin.
Daybreak MontrealAnjou man gets a ticket for parking in his drivewayFeb 5, 2014 | 7:40Nelson Branco runs a delivery business out of his home in Anjou. He uses a large van to make his daily deliveries. The borough says his vehicle is actually a truck and he's not allowed to park it on city streets or on his driveway.
Daybreak MontrealQuebec maple syrup in Oscars goodie bagFeb 26, 2014 | 4:24On Sunday night, Oscar nominees will be leaving the awards ceremony with a goodie bag that will include maple products made in Lac-Megantic. Julie DeBlois is the co-founder of Rouge Maple.
Daybreak MontrealStay or Go: for two entrepreneurs it's about the economyFeb 27, 2014 | 9:27Daybreak talks to two entrepreneurs. One of them is determined to make his future in Montreal. The other one left last September, and took her family with her.