Daybreak MontrealMarch Break activities for kidsMar 4, 2014 | 3:52It's March Break week for most kids in the Montreal area. If you're already out of ideas for things to do with the kids, blogger Tanya Toledano is here to help. She was on Daybreak this morning.
Daybreak MontrealAnglophones candidates scarce in this electionMar 6, 2014 | 9:53About 8 percent of Quebecers speak English as their first language. Daybreak speaks to three candidates on whether Anglophones are well-represented in this election.
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 MontrealYoung Italians say Montreal's Italian community is stuck in the pastMar 6, 2014 | 7:27A group called Montreal Young Italian-Canadian Committee thinks the Italian community here is rooted in tradition and should incorporate elements of new Italian culture in their way of life. Daybreak speaks to two members of the group.
Daybreak MontrealCompetition pits CEGEP and high school students in 'robotic' warFeb 24, 2014 | 3:57This weekend, more than 30 high school and CEGEP teams gathered to battle it out in the field of robotics. This year, it was a team from College Montmorency that took the top spot at the CRC Robotics competition.
Daybreak MontrealResidents want Le Manoir Edith rebuiltMar 3, 2014 | 10:06A weekend fire leaves 42 people who lived Le Manoir Edith on Mackay Street in downtown Montreal homeless. Most of the residents are people living with mental health issues.
Daybreak MontrealMounting tension on Ukraine's Crimean penninsulaMar 3, 2014 | 10:09Russian troops have seized control of the region. Despite international pressure, Moscow shows no sign of backing down. Daybreak speaks to Dasha Naumova, a Ukrainian student studying at McGill and Boris Volfson, a Russian-Montrealer restaurant owner.
Daybreak MontrealMaintenance work begins on metro's yellow lineMar 7, 2014 | 3:16It's the first of 12 weekends that commuters will have to use shuttle buses to get to and from the south shore. We speak to Isabelle Tremblay from the STM about how it will work.
Daybreak MontrealEarly warning system avoids overpass collisionsMar 3, 2014 | 4:26An ingenious new system stops oversized trucks from getting stuck in an overpass that runs along Guy street beneath the CP rail tracks. Daybreak speaks to the inventor.
Daybreak MontrealOne man's mission to collect all of Tim Wallach baseball cardsFeb 24, 2014 | 6:57Corey Stackhouse is trying to collect every card that featured former Montreal Expos third-baseman Tim Wallach.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Impact captain Patrice BernierMar 5, 2014 | 10:55Montreal's pro-soccer season starts Saturday as the Montreal Impact heads to Texas. Daybreak speaks to the Impact's new captain, Brossard native Patrice Bernier.
Daybreak MontrealThe economy is top priority for QuebecersMar 5, 2014 | 9:08Quebec Premier Pauline Marois has just called a provincial election. In our new CBC/EKOS poll, Quebecers polled said the economy was the most important issue for them right now. Daybreak speaks to two business people about their concerns.
Daybreak MontrealHalf of Quebec non-francophones have considered leavingFeb 25, 2014 | 9:41The economy, politics, taxes and jobs uncertainty are all reasons why 51 per cent of English-speakers said they had considered moving. This is according to a EKOS poll commissioned by the CBC. Daybreak speaks to two Montrealers who made that choice.
Daybreak MontrealPoll suggests a majority of Quebecers think racial tension has increased in the last yearMar 4, 2014 | 10:46This is according to a new CBC/EKOS poll. Daybreak speaks to Fo Niemi, executive director of the Centre for Research in Race Relations, and
Yolande Geadah who has written a book about reasonable accommodation.