Daybreak MontrealOttawa woman contesting ticket received for putting out recycling at wrong timeMay 25, 2015 | 9:13Daybreak spoke to Dorothy Turnbull, an Ottawa resident who is contesting a ticket received in her name for putting out the recycling too early in Point-St-Charles and to Thierry Larrivée, spokesperson for the Southwest borough.
Quebec AMBugs to be worked out in new Emergency AlertsMay 21, 2015 | 10:59Just after 3:30 pm on May 19, many Quebecers heard the new extreme weather alerts broadcast for the first time. Many, however, complained it was difficult to clearly make out the names of the places that were under tornado watches or warnings.
Daybreak MontrealProvince fancies deposit fees for plastic bottlesMay 21, 2015 | 5:13Film-maker of "La Poubelle Province" Denis Blaquière explains why he thinks Quebec should impose deposit fees on plastic bottles.
Quebec AMListiguj Mi'gmaq and Ottawa sign and seal settlement agreementMay 8, 2015 | 10:35The federal government has given its final approval to the historic settlement agreement reached with the Mi'gmaq Government in Listiguj. Jeff Basque, senior negotiator, tells us what it means financially for the community's 4,000 residents.
HomerunWhat parents can do to save their children from religious extremismMay 20, 2015 | 7:54Christianne Boudreau from Hayat Canada Family Support tells Homerun's Sue Smith about effective support systems for parents who suspect their children are being radicalised.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Children's Hospital helps patients cope with moveMay 22, 2015 | 12:00Daybreak's Shari Okeke brings the story of the Montreal Children's Hospital move from the perspective of children who live there. She also spoke with child life specialist Helen Magdalinos.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal writer still waiting to be paid for her first bookMay 22, 2015 | 8:35Sarah Lolley is s proud author of her first children's book, Emily and the Mighty Om. But she's frustrated that she's not been paid by her publisher and has not received her royalty statements.
Quebec AMBurundian community watches and waits as tensions growMay 25, 2015 | 11:00Over the past month peaceful protests in Burundi have given way to iolent confrontations and fears of civil war. Isaac Nzotungicimpaye, a member of Quebec City's Burundian community, breaks down what's happening and how people are coping.
HomerunVictory for Quebec unionized Wal-Mart workersJun 27, 2014 | 3:56The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favour of the union representing former Wal-Mart employees in Jonquière, Quebec. The court says Wal-Mart violated Quebec's labour code when it shut down soon after employees unionized. Homerun's Sue Smith speaks wi
Radio Noon MontrealPlateau mayor says Montreal should block Royalmount projectMay 20, 2015 | 3:49Royalmount is a shopping complex that would be built in the Town of Mont Royal, near the spot where Highway 15 meets Highway 40. Luc Ferrandez, mayor of the Plateau-Mont-Royal, spoke to Radio Noon about the project.