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.
HomerunQuebecers among missing trekkers after avalanche in NepalOct 15, 2014 | 7:54"It's a real tragedy," says experienced climber Bernard Voyer about an avalanche and blizzard that has killed at least four Canadians and left dozens of trekkers missing. "I hope it will not stop people who want to discover the world."
HomerunHabs launch new fan reward program: Club 1909Oct 15, 2014 | 7:32Creative director Justin Kingsley says the goal of Club 1909 is to unite Habs fans around the world and give them a chance to win "rewards money can't buy."
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Stars kick off season this weekendOct 15, 2014 | 3:05Goaltender Charline Labonte says the road to the Clarkson Cup will be an exciting one as members of Team Canada return to teams across the CWHL.
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 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.
HomerunAre Canada's healthcare workers prepared to deal with Ebola?Oct 14, 2014 | 7:21Homerun's Sue Smith talks to Jason Tetro,a microbiologist, about the extra precautions healthcare workers would need to take if a confirmed case of Ebola is diagnosed in Canada.
HomerunHow can the massive construction work planned for Ste-Catherine street West go smoothly?Oct 14, 2014 | 6:04A major overhaul of Ste-Catherine street West is planned for 2016. The city will update underground infrastructure and revitalize the street. Homerun's Sue Smith talks to Mario Lefebvre, the President of Urban Development Institute of Quebec, about their
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 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 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.
All in a Weekend MontrealThe Food Exchange: helping food banksOct 12, 2014 | 8:14Food Banks in Quebec are now better equipped to deal with large-scale donors. A new web program allows food banks to see what is coming in and assess their needs accordingly. This allows for better distribution between food banks in the province.
All in a Weekend MontrealSte-Anne-de-Bellevue Farmer's MarketOct 11, 2014 | 8:04The Thanksgiving market is on this weekend at the Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue farmer's market. All of the latest local fruits and vegetables are out during this harvest season in outdoor market but everything moves indoors soon. Patty Murphy, the market coordina
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.