Radio Noon MontrealOsheaga announces 2015 lineupMar 24, 2015 | 5:29Daniel Glick, director of concerts at Evenko, tells Radio Noon what's planned for this year's Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. Tickets also go on sale today.
Daybreak MontrealNDG family concerned over Fido account securityMar 24, 2015 | 7:49The story of how a complete stranger got access to an NDG family's cellular phone account and ended up spending their reward points. Nicole Halpert shared her story with Daybreak.
Daybreak MontrealVolunteers gearing up for tonight's homeless censusMar 24, 2015 | 4:03Tonight, 800 volunteers will take to the streets of Montreal to conduct the city's first homeless census. It's called "I Count Montreal" and it's part of Mayor Denis Coderre's plan to tackle homlessness. Daybreak spoke to Caitlin Murphy, a crisis worker w
Daybreak MontrealCompost site planned for RDP has business owners concernedMar 24, 2015 | 8:42Montreal city council has given its approval in a unanimous vote last night for a new composting centre located in the RDP-PAT borough. Daybreak spoke to Martin Dubois, the president of Rampa Construction and Jacques Beaudry, the owner of Beaudry&Cadrin.
Radio Noon MontrealAttendance tracker at Longueuil high schoolMar 23, 2015 | 6:52A new system used to track attendance at a big high school in Longueuil means parents can keep a close eye on their teens. Radio Noon speaks to the vice-principle of the school.
Daybreak MontrealHouse-flipping in the Sud Ouest causing concern for community groupsMar 23, 2015 | 8:59House-flipping and home makeovers are on the rise in the Sud Ouest borough. It's partly because of the coming MUHC and because of traffic, with professionals moving back to the city so as to avoid lost time on the bridges. This gentrification is a concern
Daybreak MontrealQuebec student strike leads Concordia to cancel classMar 23, 2015 | 3:46Thousands of students at Quebec post-secondary institutions have voted to boycott classes today. Students are striking against the Quebec government cuts being made in an effort to reduce the budget deficit to zero next year. Concordia University has canc
Daybreak Montreal20-foot snowman in Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuMar 23, 2015 | 6:07Daybroke spoke to Benoît Sabourin, a 21-year old resident of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, who built a giant snowman in his front yard. The snowman is over 20 feet tall and is modeled after the character Olaf from the Disney movie Frozen.
All in a Weekend MontrealFrançois Girard: "Boychoir"Mar 22, 2015 | 10:23Quebec director François Girard's new film features plenty of choral music in the story of a boy from the wrong side of the tracks adjusting to a prestigious school for choral singers. "Boychoir" also stars Oscar-winners Dusti
All in a Weekend MontrealSt.Patrick's parade in HudsonMar 21, 2015 | 8:26It's the 6th annual St.Patrick's parade today. Jim Beauchamp is one of the founders and he spoke with host Sonali Karnick this morning. He says the event keeps growing and brings positive attention to Hudson.
Radio Noon MontrealMcGill rejects proposal for women-only hours at gymMar 20, 2015 | 11:37McGill University has refused a request to set aside hours for women to use its athletic centre. On Radio Noon, we hear from both McGill's Deputy Provost, and the VP of the McGill student's society on the school's decision.
Daybreak MontrealRoyal West Academy's LGBT club a place of solace for studentsMar 20, 2015 | 10:39Royal West Academy is known for offering many extracurricular activities, but this year a new club is making its mark. It's the school's first LGBT Club. Daybreak's Shari Okeke profiles the pioneers of the Royal West LGBT Club.
Radio Noon MontrealImmigration minister reacts to Peladeau immigration commentsMar 19, 2015 | 3:36Kathleen Weil says comments on immigration and demographics like those of PQ leadership candidate Pierre Karl Peladeau instill fear in immigrants.
Daybreak MontrealPierre Karl Péladeau says immigration hurts Quebec sovereigntyMar 19, 2015 | 9:16Last night, Pierre Karl Péladeau was speaking about independence at a debate between PQ leadership candidates in Quebec City. He said he believes immigration is seriously compromising the province’s ability to achieve sovereignty. Daybreak spoke to Robert
Daybreak MontrealA Montreal woman says she's being pushed out of work at a restaurant because of her hairstyleMar 19, 2015 | 8:40A 19 year old Lasalle woman says she's being pushed out of work at a restaurant near the Bell Centre because she started to wear her hair in braids. Daybreak spoke to Lettia McNickle and her mother, Huelette about what they say is a straight forward examp