Daybreak MontrealMontreal community groups threatened by Bill 10Nov 19, 2014 | 8:51The chair of the board of directors of a Polish-Slavic seniors residence in Rosemont, says the Liberals health care reform plan, Bill 10, would eliminate their board of directors and the vocation of the residence.
Daybreak MontrealGabriel Nadeau-Dubois donates prize money to fight the TransCanada pipelineNov 24, 2014 | 12:31Former student movement leader Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois is donating his Governor General's Awards prize money to a group that is fighting the TransCanada pipeline. He joined Michael Finnerty in the Daybreak studio to explain why.
Daybreak MontrealFormer Hasidic community member suing Quebec government over poor educationNov 21, 2014 | 15:01Yohanan Lowen, a former member of a Boisbriand Hasidic community is suing the Quebec government for more than $1 million for damages he says he suffered from getting a poor education.
Daybreak MontrealMohawk Girls try to find love and stay close to their rootsNov 24, 2014 | 7:12A new series launching on APTN next week is set in Kahnawake. Mohawk Girls follows four 20-something women looking for love with the added challenge of remaining a true Mohawk.
Daybreak MontrealVisual effect industry strugglingJul 15, 2013 | 12:22A look into the visual effects industry in Montreal. Specifically, the companies that have gone bankrupt and still owe money to their employees. We heard from two visual effects artists who suffered the consequences.
Daybreak MontrealFrench pianist and wolf conservationist Hélène Grimaud in MontrealJun 12, 2014 | 12:47Hélène Grimaud likes to balance her love of nature and wolves with her musical career. She talks to Jeanette Kelly about her admiration for Yannick Nézet-Séguin and about being a "small muscle athlete" at the keyboard.
Daybreak MontrealFerguson tragedy reaction from Black Youth Network in MontrealAug 18, 2014 | 11:51With their new project Speak Up! the DESTA Black Youth Network in Montreal and a social worker in Côte-des-Neiges address racial profiling and racism in Montreal. They react to the topics raised by the Ferguson tragedy in Missouri.
Daybreak MontrealPolluted creek in Beaconsfield raises concerns among residentsNov 20, 2014 | 11:13A creek that runs through some backyards in Beaconsfield before flowing into Lac St-Louis has been tested by CBC, and discovered that it has high levels of fecal coliform. Homeowners say they're surprised at the results.
Daybreak MontrealBirthday boy Max Pacioretty locker room RAWNov 21, 2014 | 5:20After scoring 2 goals in the Habs 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues, Max Pacioretty talks about losing sleep when he does not score, Habs haters and the Maple Leafs taking the heat off their losses.
Daybreak MontrealPascal Yiacouvakis reports from ChisasibiJan 22, 2014 | 5:53Radio Canada's meteorologist Pascal Yiacouvakis (a familiar voice to longtime Daybreak listeners) joins us from Chisasibi this morning, one of the Cree communities in Northern QC.
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 MontrealSolo storytellers share intimate thoughts and secretsNov 7, 2014 | 5:04Jeanette Kelly looks at the appeal of SOLOS Festival, a showcase for hour-long personal stories. Is storytelling what makes us human?
Daybreak MontrealAirbnb says it is a boon for tourism and economyNov 14, 2014 | 4:25Airbnb says its room and home rental service is boosting Montreal's tourism industry. A company representative told Daybreak's Mike Finnerty that they're already in talks with Montreal and Quebec over taxation.
Daybreak MontrealBreak-ins in Kirkland and Beaconsfield leave West Islanders worriedNov 14, 2014 | 10:02From our West Island remote broadcast: A string of break-ins on the West Island has many residents on high alert. Thieves are targeting homes in various parts of the West Island. One police station is reporting 15 break-ins for the month of October alone.