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What makes Montreal good for business? Ubisoft CEO Yannis Mallat says he's investing $373-million here because of the "incredible talent."

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Homerun 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role models Mar 5, 2015 | 7:23Montrealer Myrna Lashley wears many hats. She's a McGill professor, a researcher at the Jewish General hospital and the Honorary Consul for Barbados in Montreal. This Sunday, she's being honoured as a woman of merit by the Playmas Montreal Cultural Asso
Radio Noon Montreal - 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role modelsMar 5, 2015 | 7:23Radio Noon Montreal 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role models Audio
Radio Noon Montreal 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role models Mar 5, 2015 | 7:23Montrealer Myrna Lashley wears many hats. She's a McGill professor, a researcher at the Jewish General hospital and the Honorary Consul for Barbados in Montreal. This Sunday, she's being honoured as a woman of merit by the Playmas Montreal Cultural Associ
Radio Noon Montreal - Women-only gym hours at the University of TorontoMar 5, 2015 | 5:13Radio Noon Montreal Women-only gym hours at the University of Toronto Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Women-only gym hours at the University of Toronto Mar 5, 2015 | 5:13Should McGill University offer women-only time at the gym? The University of Toronto already does. Michelle Brownrig is their director of physical activity and equity.
Daybreak Montreal - A dozen attacks against postal workers so far in 2015Mar 5, 2015 | 3:39Daybreak Montreal A dozen attacks against postal workers so far in 2015 Audio
Daybreak Montreal A dozen attacks against postal workers so far in 2015 Mar 5, 2015 | 3:39A series of attacks against postal workers has the union concerned. There have been a dozen attacks since January and the motivation seems to be stealing keys to mailboxes. Daybreak spoke to Alain Duguay, the president of the Canadian Union of Postal Wo
Daybreak Montreal - Dsqaured2's fashion line "Dsquaw" under fireMar 5, 2015 | 9:23Daybreak Montreal Dsqaured2's fashion line "Dsquaw" under fire Audio
Daybreak Montreal Dsqaured2's fashion line "Dsquaw" under fire Mar 5, 2015 | 9:23It's Milan fashion week and the Canadian fashion label D-Squared is getting attention for their new line "Dsquaw." Daybreak spokr to Tammy Beauvais, a Mohawk Fashion Designer based in Kahnawake and Jessica Deer, a columnist at the Eastern Door.
Daybreak Montreal - A30 Express CEO says toll increase could be reversedMar 4, 2015 | 10:03Daybreak Montreal A30 Express CEO says toll increase could be reversed Audio
Daybreak Montreal A30 Express CEO says toll increase could be reversed Mar 4, 2015 | 10:03Business leaders around Montreal have been calling on the federal and provincial transportation ministries to intervene after A30 Express raised the price of its toll. Daybreak spoke to A30 Express CEO Vicente Valencia about why they increased the tolls a
Daybreak Montreal - Concordia's Muslim Students Association library sparks debateMar 4, 2015 | 11:49Daybreak Montreal Concordia's Muslim Students Association library sparks debate Audio
Daybreak Montreal Concordia's Muslim Students Association library sparks debate Mar 4, 2015 | 11:49Concordia University's administration has scheduled a meeting for the end of the week with the university's Muslim Student Association over potential concerns about material that might be in the Association's library. Daybreak spoke to Ibrahim Abou Arab,
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Radio Noon Montreal Savoura facing bankruptcy Mar 3, 2015 | 5:22Jordan Lebel from Concordia's John Molson School of Business says the key to success is identifying your key customer, and learning to evolve with them.
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Daybreak Montreal SPCA West Island fundraising to stay open Mar 3, 2015 | 5:12The SPCA West Island needs to raise more than fifty thousand dollars by the end of the month in order to stay open. Daybreak spoke to Rémi Brazeau, general director of the organization.
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All in a Weekend Montreal Winter camping with the Scouts Mar 1, 2015 | 8:35While some families will be heading down south for March break or simply relaxing at home, Scouts from across the province will be spending a week learning wilderness survival skills and having fun in the snow. The director of Camp Tamaracouta Scout Rese
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All in a Weekend Montreal Pat Donnelly leaves The Montreal Gazette Feb 28, 2015 | 13:02Longtime theatre critic, Pat Donnelly wrote her last article for The Gazette this week, along with others. She reflects on the 32 years she spent covering English-language arts and culture as well as the new reality for arts journalism.
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Homerun Dog and cat fur allowed in Canada Feb 27, 2015 | 3:52"There are no rules in Canada against importing dog or cat fur," says Gabriel Wildgen from the Humane Society International Canada. He says that fur often goes unlabelled, and it's hard to know what you're buying.

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