Daybreak MontrealNelson Mandela's nephew remembers "Madiba"Dec 6, 2013 | 6:54Vuyani Gxoyiya reflects on his uncle Nelson Mandela's life and legacy. Vuyani spoke with Daybreak's Mike Finnerty from his home in Rouyn-Noranda.
Daybreak MontrealAboriginal shelters in Montreal overwhelmedDec 9, 2013 | 8:09Aboriginal shelters in Montreal say they overwhelmed with the demand for emergency beds and winter hasn't even officially begun.
Daybreak MontrealCar sharing project nixed in Ville-Marie BoroughDec 12, 2013 | 7:29The Car2go service won't be available in the Ville-Marie Borough anytime soon. A proposal to study the plan was scrapped at a council meeting this week. Opposition councillors say the process was undemocratic.
Daybreak MontrealCBC Sing-In raises more than $20,000Dec 9, 2013 | 9:51Nearly 1,500 Montrealers came together to raise the holiday spirit while raising money to help people with mental health problems at Project PAL.
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 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 MontrealProminent Montrealers remember Nelson MandelaDec 6, 2013 | 12:28Daybreak speaks with Centaur Theatre founder Maurice Podbrey who is originally from South Africa, Juanita Westmoreland-Traore is Quebec's first appointed black judge and Lorraine Klassen is a South African-born singer.
Daybreak MontrealThe story behind a viral video of Montreal arrestNov 27, 2013 | 10:51The violent arrest of Dirk Boder was caught on camera by his 17-year-old daughter and quickly went viral online. We hear from them and the Montreal police.
Daybreak MontrealShopper protests Target over French-only checkout machinesDec 2, 2013 | 8:03Anne-Marie Legault has a problem with Target and she's not taking it sitting down. The US retailer began opening stores in Quebec last month but did not anticipate installing bilingual checkout machines. We spoke with Anne-Marie and Target Canada.
Daybreak MontrealBike path 'Shovel-in' protest in OutremontDec 9, 2013 | 10:38A group of cyclists are gathering tonight for a unique protest outside the Outremont borough council. They want Outremont to keep the path on Cote-Saint Catherine clear of snow this winter.
Daybreak MontrealHells Angel Rene Charlebois left videotaped will before suicideDec 10, 2013 | 8:05New details have emerged about what led to the arrest of police investigator Benoit Roberge. He is accused of selling information to the Hells Angels. Daybreak speaks to Radio-Canada reporter Isabelle Richer.
Daybreak MontrealRetiree narrowly avoids tax scamDec 11, 2013 | 9:27Retired engineer Arup Dutta got a call last week saying he owed more than a thousand dollars to the government and if he didn't pay, he would go to jail. Dutta spoke to Daybreak's Shawn Apel.