Daybreak MontrealWhat to check out at the 2015 Montreal Auto ShowJan 16, 2015 | 3:56The Montreal International Auto Show is taking over the Palais des congrès this weekend. Daybreak spoke to automotive journalist Miranda Lightstone about the highlights of this year's show.
Daybreak MontrealHaitian-Montrealer says Haiti has much to offerJan 12, 2015 | 6:55Haitian-Montrealer Carla Beauvais visited Haiti for the first time after the earthquake and now splits her time between Haiti and Montreal. She talks to Daybreak about Haiti's reputation and what it's really like.
BreakawayPhotographer Renaud Philippe crosses the country with his cameraJan 14, 2015 | 11:2810,464 kilometres, 185 hours, a couple hundred dollars, and a whole lot of fast food. Those were the ingredients for photographer Renaud Philippe's new immersive photography exhibition, which will be on display at Le Cercle from January 14 until Feb 23.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal artists denounce use of blackface by local theatreJan 14, 2015 | 7:05A group of Montreal artists signed an open letter criticizing the use of blackface in theatre following the recent portrayal of P.K. Subban in a production by the Theatre du Rideau Vert. Daybreak spoke to Quincy Armorer, the artistic director at the Black
Radio Noon MontrealColumnist defends Theatre du Rideau VertJan 14, 2015 | 8:44Sophie Durocher is a columnist with the Journal de Montreal. She told Radio Noon's Shawn Apel that the theatre's use of a white actor to portray P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens was not blackface.
Daybreak MontrealHow To Train Your Dragon 2 wins a Golden GlobeJan 12, 2015 | 9:23A Quebecer won a Golden Globe last night. Daybreak spoke to director Dean DeBlois, who won the Golden Globe for the Best Animated Feature Film for the movie How to Train Your Dragon 2.
Dean Deblois joins me on the line from Los Angeles.
Daybreak MontrealFunding for Train de L'Ouest could be in the worksJan 13, 2015 | 4:28Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard and its pension fund manager are set to announce a new agreement this morning involving infrastructure in the province. Daybreak talked to Clifford Lincoln, spokesperson for the Train de L'Ouest coalition, about what thi
HomerunAlain Magloire sought mental health help two months before he was shot by policeJan 9, 2015 | 6:24Alain Magloire went to a hospital asking for help. He said he wanted to kill someone. He was released the next day.
Homerun spoke with Angela Murphy, coordinator of Project PAL, about what might have happened.
Daybreak MontrealMoses Baxter turns street sounds into electronic musicJan 16, 2015 | 5:52Montreal-based electronic music artist Moses Baxter's first solo album 'The Sound of the Real' takes the street sounds of Berlin and turns them into music. Then, arts reporter Rebecca Ugolini brings us the sounds of a Montreal morning.
Daybreak MontrealPublic inquiry is set to begin today into the death of Alain MagloireJan 12, 2015 | 10:19The public inquiry is set to begin today into the death of Alain Magloire, a Montreal homeless man who died after being shot by police in February 2014 when he refused to drop the hammer he was wielding. Daybreak speaks to Alain's brother, Pierre Magloire
Quebec AMSyrian refugees arrive in SherbrookeDec 8, 2014 | 7:13The first of nearly forty Syrian refugee families has arrived in Sherbrooke. Our Townships Reporter Alison Brunette speaks with them about their ordeal.
Radio Noon MontrealShould the Caisse du dépôt take on a new role in public-transit?Jan 13, 2015 | 6:47Quebec's pension-fund manager and the province want the Caisse to own new local public-transit projects. Is it a good idea? Shawn Apel of Radio noon speaks to two economists. They have questions...
HomerunOpen media advocate says letters to Internet users re:copyright infringement are misleadingJan 14, 2015 | 7:30"You cannot be kicked off the Internet in Canada for downloading nor can you be fined $150,000," says David Christopher with OpenMedia.ca Listen to Homerun's Sue Smith full conversation with Christopher here.
Radio Noon MontrealTarget leaving Canada. Surprised?Jan 15, 2015 | 5:16Jacques Nantel, a marketing professor at HEC Montreal, says he`s surprised... and not. Most callers say they saw the writing on the wall and on the empty shleves. Shawn talks to Sue Smith.
Quebec AMSaudi blogger's family in Sherbrooke calls for his release after floggingJan 9, 2015 | 4:41The family of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi is calling for his release from prison after he was flogged publicly in Jeddah today for 'insulting Islam' on his blog. Badawi's family lives in Sherbrooke. Amnesty's Mireille Elchacar told us about their situation.