Daybreak MontrealMohamed Fahmy: Happy to have Canadian "passport in my pocket"Apr 21, 2015 | 6:19Daybreak speaks to Mohamed Fahmy from Cairo, Egypt, on the Canadian passport he has just obtained, and his hope to return to Canada.
Daybreak MontrealSTM escalator from 1984 broken at Du College metroApr 21, 2015 | 8:02Josie Caro and her 79-year-old mother, Carmen Caro, are upset about a broken escalator at Du College metro. The STM says it is waiting for a replacement part for the escalator, which is from 1984.
Daybreak MontrealSenators and Habs fans ask: How far is too far?Apr 21, 2015 | 12:30After a Senators fan says she was harassed at a Habs game, Daybreak speaks to two fans who weigh in on when sports enthusiasm takes it too far.
Radio Noon MontrealAbusive fans at Habs games should face consequences, says sports sociologistApr 21, 2015 | 6:52Joanne Kay told Radio Noon that violent behavior has no place at a public sporting event and fans who act this way should be thrown out.
Quebec AMCelebrating Cookshire Elementary School's 130th AnniversaryApr 21, 2015 | 7:31Former and current students & staff at Cookshire Elementary School shared memories of their storied school with Quebec AM's Alison Brunette. On May 2nd, Cookshire Elementary School will be opening its doors to the public to celebrate 130 years.
Quebec AM"Lighthouse" putting Caplan's Cédrik Saint-Onge on the musical mapApr 21, 2015 | 9:12A song written and performed by a teenager from Caplan is in the running for a major songwriting prize. We hear how Cédrik St-Onge recorded it in his makeshift studio, shared it online and how his mother made sure it was shared with the world.
Daybreak MontrealMUHC move has some patients concerned they will miss out on servicesApr 20, 2015 | 10:23From Daybreak's remote at the new MUHC Glenn site, Shari Okeke brings us the story of some patients who are worried their treatments may get lost in the move to the new facility.
Daybreak MontrealNormand Rinfret, CEO of the MUHC, talks about move to new buildingApr 20, 2015 | 8:40Live from the MUHC for a remote broadcast of Daybreak, CEO and DG of the MUHC Normand Rinfret talks about the new building and the massive undertaking to move patients to the new site.
Daybreak MontrealRAPLIQ says accessibility a major issue at new MUHC siteApr 20, 2015 | 9:53Getting to the MUHC when you use a wheelchair isn't easy, says accessibility group RAPLIQ. The group's vice-president Laurent Morissette discussed those issues with Mike Finnerty during a special MUHC remote broadcast.
Quebec AMFighting for access to psychotherapyApr 20, 2015 | 11:59A Quebec citizens' group is lobbying the ministry of health to cover psychotherapy costs for people with mental illness who are insured by the RAMQ. Michael Sheehan, retired Quebec judge and mental health advocate tells us more.
Radio Noon MontrealPatients worry about MUHC move to GlenApr 20, 2015 | 0:32Wanda Potrykus is 65 years old, and she has a kidney auto-immune disease. She's been told she won't be able to see her nutritionist after the move - and she's scared.
Radio Noon MontrealMUHC: Psychiatry services are in jeopardy, says employeeApr 20, 2015 | 4:49As part of CBC Montreal's day of programming on the MUHC, a Radio Noon caller who says he works as a psychiatrist at the MUHC shares his concerns about the organization and priorities of the new centre.
HomerunAutistic teen celebrates her sweet sixteenApr 20, 2015 | 10:21Jennifer Romano is on the autism spectrum. For her sweet sixteen, she asked family and friends to donate to Autism Speaks Canada instead of bringing her presents.
HomerunQuestions raised about the Jenique Dalcourt police investigationApr 20, 2015 | 8:05Jenique Dalcourt was beaten to death on a Longueuil bike path six months ago. Now, questions are being raised about the police investigation.