Daybreak MontrealHudson celebrates St. Patrick's Day on SaturdayMar 14, 2014 | 3:19While most Montrealers look forward to the city's Sunday St. Patrick's Day parade, Hudson gets a head start with their very own parade on Saturday.
Daybreak MontrealFrançois-Louis Tremblay on World Short Track Speed Skating ChampionshipsMar 14, 2014 | 4:50Retired short track speed skater François-Louis Tremblay looks ahead to the Speed Skating Championships being held in Montreal this coming weekend.
Daybreak MontrealAfter sentence for killers, Ellis family feels reliefMar 14, 2014 | 7:57Raymond Ellis' family shares their reaction and relief with CBC reporter Shawn Apel following the sentencing of their son's killers.
Daybreak MontrealCuts coming for NDG librariesMar 14, 2014 | 8:29Two NDG-CDN residents say they are concerned about cuts to library services in the borough. Borough mayor Russell Copeman says that the cuts are reasonable and necessary.
Daybreak MontrealDaybreak Weekly Podcast from CBC Radio: March 14, 2014Mar 14, 2014 | 50:13It's the second week of the election campaign and both Pierre Karl Peladeau and sovereignty ruled the news. We looked at how the game has changed.
Daybreak MontrealVoters Voice for Quebec Votes 2014Mar 13, 2014 | 8:51Every week until the Quebec election on April 7th, Daybreak's Shawn Apel and Mike Finnerty will head out to a different Montreal-area riding and talk to voters and how they think the election campaign is going.
Daybreak MontrealPesticides may have caused the death of two Quebec sisters in ThailandMar 13, 2014 | 9:01Audrey and Noémi Bélanger from Pohénégamook had only been on Phi Phi island for two days when they were found dead in their hotel room in June of 2012. Daybreak speaks to Enquete reporter Johanne Faucher who investigated their deaths.
Daybreak MontrealBernard St-Laurent's Quebec political columnMar 13, 2014 | 10:08The CBC's chief Quebec political analyst, Bernard St-Laurent, talks about the Pierre Karl Peladeau effect in the provincial election campaign, the referendum question and where all these new developments leave Francois Legault's CAQ.
Daybreak MontrealFood trucks not on-board for cheaper menu itemsMar 13, 2014 | 7:21Food trucks will be back on the streets of Montreal in May. Based on feedback it received, the city wants food truck owners to offer lower priced items on their menus. Daybreak speaks to the Quebec Food Truck Association and a street food blogger.
Daybreak MontrealThe St. Lambert Choral Society celebrates its 95th anniversaryMar 13, 2014 | 4:08The St. Lambert Choral Society is celebrating 95 years of singing in St. Lambert. Arts and Culture columnist Jeanette Kelly reports...
Daybreak MontrealConcern over Hydro Quebec's new wireless smart metresMar 12, 2014 | 8:43Laval citizens have formed a group to voice what concerns about what it says are potential health side-effects of Hydro Quebec's new wireless smart metres.
Daybreak MontrealDuceppe pens letter of support for Peladeau candidacyMar 12, 2014 | 8:33Pierre Karl Peladeau's announcement he will run for the PQ in the next provincial election has been controversial because of his media holdings. Daybreak speaks to the former head of the Bloc Quebecois, Gilles Duceppe.
Daybreak MontrealOffensive frosh chants banned at Concordia UniversityMar 12, 2014 | 8:20Student Leaders at Concordia University's Engineering and Computer Science Faculty have moved to re-write and clean up frosh chants that they say are sexist and offensive.