This week on Under The Influence, it's Terry O'Reilly's annual episode where he features four brands he admires. It might be because the brand broke new ground, or has managed to stay #1, or just because it has been a part of our lives for so long.
Daybreak MontrealDiscover "Cote-des-Neiges Chronicles"Apr 24, 2014 | 3:19There's a new multi-media feature on the CBC Montreal website about the Cote-des-Neiges neighborhood. Daybreak speaks to Sara Dubreuil, a graduate of Concordia's journalism program. The project is a collaboration between Concordia University and the CBC.
Daybreak MontrealThe Village's latest, colourful projectApr 23, 2014 | 4:05Montreal's Gay Village is a neighbourhood you can't keep down. While it struggles with being at the heart of the inner city, several ambitious projects have given the area new vitality.
Daybreak MontrealMacLean apologizes for Quebec ref commentApr 23, 2014 | 9:21CBC Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean caused quite a stir last night when he said that a francophone referee shouldn't be assigned to the game. La Presse's Patrick Lagacé told Daybreak he thought the comments were intentional and racist.
Daybreak MontrealTough economic choices ahead for Couillard LiberalsApr 23, 2014 | 8:14This afternoon Liberal leader Philippe Couillard and his cabinet will take their oaths and Quebec will have a new government. Daybreak speaks to Monique Jerome-Forget, a former Liberal finance minister, about Quebec's most pressing problems.
Daybreak MontrealPlanting trees for Earth DayApr 22, 2014 | 4:12Earth Day is being celebrated in countries all over the world today. Daybreak speaks to Pierre Lussier, executive director of Earth Day Quebec.
Daybreak MontrealStudent finds new bacteria strain in her backyardApr 22, 2014 | 7:2318 year old Nivatha Balendra has found bacteria that could potentially clean up oil spills. She's now heading to Los Angeles to present her findings.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal runner describes emotional return to Boston MarathonApr 22, 2014 | 5:17Montrealer Joyce Bridgman tells Daybreak what it feels like to cross the finish line at this year's Boston Marathon. Bridgman's run was cut short last year because of the bombings.
Daybreak MontrealMedical specialists confident government has money for their pay hikeApr 22, 2014 | 8:59The new president of the Federation of Medical Specialists spoke to Daybreak this morning. Dr. Diane Francoeur takes over from Gaetan Barrette who was elected as the Liberal MNA for the riding of La Pinière.
Daybreak MontrealTesting will determine whether landslides will strike again in Sainte-SophieApr 22, 2014 | 3:05Sainte-Sophie mayor Louise Gallant says testing is being carried out this morning to determine whether a landslide is likely to strike again. Residents evacuated from their homes won't know if it's safe to return for several more weeks.
Daybreak MontrealSubstandard conditions at some home daycaresApr 22, 2014 | 6:26As of this month educators in Quebec's home based $7-a-day daycares will have to undergo 45 hours of mandatory training before they get their license. Christa Japel is a professor at UQAM and the author of a study on daycares.
Daybreak MontrealThe Life of the Super Star Baritone, Philippe SlyApr 22, 2014 | 11:09Baritone, Philippe Sly talks to Jeanette Kelly about life after his big win at the Montreal International Musical Competition. Check out what he likes to have for breakfast!