Daybreak MontrealMartin Rouleau, Quebec driver shot by police, 'radicalized': RCMPOct 21, 2014 | 5:12Martin Rouleau was known by RCMP and is said to have been radicalized. La Presse's Vincent Larouche gives an update on what we know about the incident in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.
Daybreak MontrealKnowledge of Martin Rouleau's radicalization could only prevent so much: ex-CSIS officerOct 21, 2014 | 5:23Former CSIS senior intelligence officer Michel Juneau-Katsuya says RCMP could not have done more to prevent Martin Rouleau from driving into two people despite being known by authorities.
Daybreak MontrealMoney trail from Quebec chocolate sales company proceeds murkyOct 21, 2014 | 10:39There are questions about how a charity that receives funding from controversial chocolate sales company Ado Boulot spends some of the cash. CBC's Raffy Boudjikanian looks into the company.
Daybreak MontrealCanada Post home mail delivery ends in Montreal-area townsOct 20, 2014 | 8:54Five communities around Montreal will no longer get mail delivered to their homes. Canada Post is implementing its community mailbox plan, putting an end to its home-to-home delivery service.
Daybreak MontrealAlain Magloire's brother views video of last moments of lifeOct 17, 2014 | 8:59A video obtained by Radio Canada shows the last moments of Alain Magloire's life. Magloire was a 42 year old mentally ill man who was shot dead by SPVM officers last February. His brother Pierre Magloire tells Daybreak what it was like to watch the video.
Daybreak MontrealEMSB Chairman debate: Angela Mancini versus Anne Lagacé-DowsonOct 16, 2014 | 14:19Who is the right person to steer the English Montreal School Board through one of the most difficult periods in its history? Outgoing chair Angela Mancini and her opponent Anne Lagacé-Dowson joined Mike Finnerty in the Daybreak studio for a debate.
Daybreak MontrealFlight attendants say they want to wear gloves against EbolaOct 16, 2014 | 5:30The head of Air Canada's flight attendant union has sent a letter to the company saying that attendants want to wear gloves while serving passengers. The union also says it has no idea where passengers are from, even if Ebola is present in that country.
Daybreak MontrealWill the Asian Lady Beetle try to take over your home this winter?Oct 15, 2014 | 8:47The Asian Lady Beetle looks like a little yellow ladybug... but it's got bite, and some goo that it might want to spread to your home. Hear from a resident who has the bugs in her home and an entomologist from McGill.
Daybreak MontrealThe push to save West Haven-Elmhurst Community Centre in NDGOct 15, 2014 | 10:43Staff at a community centre in NDG are rallying to keep it open after it ran out of money. You might not have heard of West Haven-Elmhurst, but it's been around for decades, and is a second home for many families.
Daybreak MontrealNDG residents peition for more service on 105 bus lineOct 14, 2014 | 10:19NDG residents have taken up a petition asking the STM to add more buses to the 105 bus line that goes to Vendôme metro. Seniors' advocates for the area say it's impossible to get on the bus during rush hour, much less get a seat.
Daybreak MontrealIs Cinéma Guzzo's "ladies-only" Hockey Widows promotion sexist?Oct 14, 2014 | 6:30There's a new promotion on for "ladies only" at Cinéma Guzzo: come see a movie for just $8.00 on game nights if you're a "hockey widow." After backlash on Twitter calls the promotion sexist, Vincenzo Guzzo explains his message.
Daybreak MontrealDaybreak on location at John Abbott College!Oct 14, 2014 | 7:27On location at John Abbott College in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Mike sits down with John Halpin, the Director General of John Abbott College, and Paul Meldrum from the Macdonald Campus Farm at McGill University.
Daybreak MontrealCentaur Theatre's season kicks off with a play within a playOct 13, 2014 | 7:50The Centaur Theatre's new season is kicking off with a production of Venus in Fur. The play's lead actor Rick Miller speaks with Ainslie MacLellan about the new show and about sexism in the theatre world.
Daybreak MontrealWhat happens when students stop getting homework?Oct 10, 2014 | 9:34Christmas Park Elementary School in Beaconsfield has implemented a new pilot project that assigns minimal homework to students--and parents are saying that it's worth it.
Daybreak MontrealProvince needs better home-care for elderly, says Health MinisterOct 9, 2014 | 10:20On the last day of our series Hacking the System: Making health care work for you, we speak to the Health Minister Gaétan Barrette about what needs to be done to improve the province's public health care.