Daybreak MontrealQuebec's Transport Minister Robert Poëti about the new Turcot InterchangeDec 19, 2014 | 7:14Quebec's transportation ministry has awarded the contract for the new Turcot Interchange. The Turcot Interchange is Quebec's busiest stretch of road and the construction site is set to be the largest in the province. Daybreak spoke to Quebec's Transport M
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Soapman says business is down after Facebook suspends his accountDec 19, 2014 | 8:14A Montreal soap maker says his business is suffering after Facebook suspended his account because he wasn't using his legal name.
Daybreak spoke to Randy Epp, known locally as the Montreal Soapman, about how its affecting his business.
Quebec AMDog killed in illegal trap in Eastern Townships nature reserveDec 19, 2014 | 9:30Potton resident Gwen Basen's 11-year-old dog Betty was killed by an illegal trap while she was walking in the Green Mountains nature reserve beside her home. She wants to warn dog owners, but also stricter rules around trapping.
HomerunIs North Korea's cyberattack on Sony Pictures just the tip of the iceberg?Dec 19, 2014 | 7:07The FBI has announced that North Korea was behind a cyberattack on Sony Pictures. Terry Cutler works in digital security, and he says that it's getting easier and easier for hackers to hide their digital footprints.
Daybreak MontrealQuebec theatre owner reacts to The Interview being cancelledDec 18, 2014 | 3:26Sony Pictures has cancelled the December 25th release of their film, The Interview. This comes after threats of violence from a hacking group calling itself "The Guardians of Peace". Daybreak spoke to Vincenzo Guzzo, the CEO of Cinema Guzzo and the Presid
Daybreak MontrealThieves break into cars without breaking anythingDec 18, 2014 | 8:35CBC Montreal Investigates has found two different streets near the city where multiple cars were targeted on the same night, with thieves breaking into the car without actually breaking anything. CBC's Raffy Boudjikanian explains how this is happening.
Radio Noon MontrealWas Sony right to cancel the release of The Interview?Dec 18, 2014 | 5:42The film starring Seth Rogen and James Franco was set to be released December 25. After suffering a hacking attack and threats of violence, Sony decided to pull the movie. Radio Noon speaks to filmmaker Kevin Tierney.
Daybreak MontrealUnion United Chuch seeks funding for urgent repairsDec 17, 2014 | 10:16The congregation of Union United Church will not be able to return to its century-old building in Little Burgundy in time for Christmas celebrations as planned. Shari Okeke visited the church and spoke to members about their fundraising efforts.
Daybreak MontrealPakistani students studying in Montreal organize a vigil for Peshawar attacksDec 17, 2014 | 5:59Pakistani students studying in Montreal have organized a vigil for the students killed in an attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan yesterday.
Daybreak MontrealAdapted wheelchair van stolen in NDGDec 16, 2014 | 8:41NDG resident Carlos Ruiz woke up Monday to find that his son's adapted wheelchair van was missing from its parking spot. Daybreak spoke to Ruiz and his neighbour Sophie Giroux, who is helping him by using social media to get the word out.
Daybreak MontrealCree youth walk over 850 kms to protest uranium miningDec 15, 2014 | 9:17Daybreak speaks to Joshua Iserhoff, chair of the Cree Nation Youth Council, about why he and a group of Cree youth walked from Mistissini to Montreal to protest uranium mining.
Daybreak MontrealClaude Perras reacts to CIC information about bringing his adopted daughter to CanadaDec 15, 2014 | 10:35An update on the story of Claude Perras, a Longueuil man who is trying to bring his adopted daughter back to Canada from Sierra Leone.
Radio Noon MontrealAre larger classes a good idea?Dec 15, 2014 | 10:26According to La Presse, the province is trying to save some money by increasing the number of students in classrooms. Radio Noon asks what impact this would have on students and teachers.
HomerunQuebecer sets world record as first solo adventurer to reach centre of AntarcticaDec 15, 2014 | 7:03Quebec based adventurer Frederic Dion has reached his goal of becoming the first person in the world to have traveled to the centre of Antarctica alone—and in record time. Dion explains the challenges he faced including when his tent caught on fire.