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 AML'Isle-Verte coroner's inquest wraps upDec 19, 2014 | 13:03Coroner Cyrille Delage has wrapped up his inquest into the deadly fire at a seniors' home in L'Isle Verte last January. Reporter Catou MacKinnon tells us what's been learned about how the fire started and why so many died.
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.
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
Quebec AMDr. Vincent Echavé on renewal of US-Cuba diplomacyDec 18, 2014 | 7:18Sherbrooke's Dr. Vincent Échavé was born in Cuba, studied medicine and practiced there in the early days of the revolution. We asked him for reaction to the announcement that after 53 years, the U.S. and Cuba will renew diplomatic ties.
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.
Quebec AMFirst Christmas mass for Windsor Church ChoirDec 18, 2014 | 6:12The Église St-Philippe in the township of Windsor will be celebrating its first Christmas mass next week with a new choir. It was rebuilt after the original church was destroyed by a fire more than a year ago.
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.
HomerunScouting for Christmas treesDec 18, 2014 | 1:31More from Homerun's holiday story tradition contest. One student from Mount Bruno Elementary School talks about helping people find the perfect Christmas tree.
Homerun"Some people don't see the light at the end of the tunnel," says Sun Youth directorDec 18, 2014 | 5:26Sue Smith spoke to the emergency services director of Sun Youth who distributed about 15,000 Christmas baskets today. She also caught up with the NDG Food Depot who gave groceries to about 550 people this week.
Homerun"We don't criminalize stupidity," says criminal defence attorneyDec 18, 2014 | 7:03"I'm really not convinced that it was in the public interest to proceed with criminal charges," criminal defence attorney Eric Sutton commenting on criminal negligence charges against Emma Czornobaj.
BreakawayImpressive papier-mâché crèche at the Cathedral of the Holy TrinityDec 18, 2014 | 11:23The papier-mâché crèche at Quebec City's Cathedral of the Holy Trinity gets bigger and bigger every Christmas. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon visited with the artist, Minum Blair, as she set up the nativity scene.
Quebec AMThe Academic Side of AnimismDec 17, 2014 | 11:48Breathtaking performances that break microphones: that's what researchers were tasked with when throat singer Tanya Tagaq was invited into their recording studio. Musicologists Sophie Stévance and Serge Lacasse explain their collaboration.
Quebec AMPremier Couillard says shale gas development in Quebec "extremely unlikely"Dec 17, 2014 | 8:48The odds of seeing shale gas development in Quebec are getting longer by the day. After seeing the critical BAPE report this week, Premier Couillard is now wondering how the industry could ever be worthwhile for the province.