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Daybreak Montreal Should the government ban smoking on terraces? Mar 31, 2015 | 10:14Last week the city of Montreal passed passed a motion calling on the provincial government to act quickly and decisively to reduce tobacco use in Quebec. Snowdon city councillor Marvin Rotrand proposed the motion and he wants the province to start by bann
Daybreak Montreal - Montreal's Union United Church moving to second temporary homeMar 31, 2015 | 4:02Daybreak Montreal Montreal's Union United Church moving to second temporary home Audio
Daybreak Montreal Montreal's Union United Church moving to second temporary home Mar 31, 2015 | 4:02The Union United Church is still under renovations so the congregation is moving to a second temporary home. Daybreak got an update from Union United Church's chairman, Erene Anthony.
Radio Noon Montreal - No smoking ban on restaurant patiosMar 31, 2015 | 3:07Radio Noon Montreal No smoking ban on restaurant patios Audio
Radio Noon Montreal No smoking ban on restaurant patios Mar 31, 2015 | 3:07Dominique Tremblay speaks for the Quebec Restaurant Association. She says restaurant owners should continue to decide for themselves whether to let customers smoke on their outdoor patios.
Radio Noon Montreal - Callers speak out for a smoking-ban, and against city councillors trying to get that banMar 31, 2015 | 4:08Radio Noon Montreal Callers speak out for a smoking-ban, and against city councillors trying to get that ban Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Callers speak out for a smoking-ban, and against city councillors trying to get that ban Mar 31, 2015 | 4:08Montreal City councillor Marvin Rotrand is leading the charge for a ban on smoking on restaurant terrasses. Shawn tells Sue Smith most callers love the idea. One questions Rotrand's priorities.
Homerun - Montreal International Animation Film FestivalMar 31, 2015 | 6:00Homerun Montreal International Animation Film Festival Audio
Homerun Montreal International Animation Film Festival Mar 31, 2015 | 6:00MIAFF begins in two weeks. Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to festival director Laurie Gordon about its line-up and Montreal's unique relationship with animation.
Homerun - Laurier Macdonald High School student finalist on La VoixMar 31, 2015 | 7:27Homerun Laurier Macdonald High School student finalist on La Voix Audio
Homerun Laurier Macdonald High School student finalist on La Voix Mar 31, 2015 | 7:27Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to 16-year-old Angelike Falbo on how she went from singing in the shower to competing on La Voix...the French language television version of The Voice.
Breakaway - Ross Murray: Car-free dayMar 31, 2015 | 3:28Breakaway Ross Murray: Car-free day Audio
Breakaway Ross Murray: Car-free day Mar 31, 2015 | 3:28Our regular columnist Ross Murray wants to celebrate car-free day, every day. Here's why his loathing of automobiles has gone into high gear.
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Breakaway Founding Murdochville: The Bakers Mar 31, 2015 | 10:50We're talking about Murdochville this week on Breakaway. The CBC's Marika Wheeler is bringing us a short series on the community. She spoke with one of the daughters of the founding families, Valerie Baker.
Breakaway - Using the polio virus to fight cancerMar 31, 2015 | 11:34Breakaway Using the polio virus to fight cancer Audio
Breakaway Using the polio virus to fight cancer Mar 31, 2015 | 11:34A researcher from Quebec is on the U.S. team working with the polio virus to destroy a rare form of brain cancer in patients. The CBC's Shawn Lyons spoke Dr. Annick Desjardins.
Quebec AM - Murdochville looks to tourism to shake ghosts of mining pastMar 30, 2015 | 14:52Quebec AM Murdochville looks to tourism to shake ghosts of mining past Audio
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Quebec AM - 2015 Tax Season Difficult For Dual CitizensMar 30, 2015 | 11:25Quebec AM 2015 Tax Season Difficult For Dual Citizens Audio
Quebec AM 2015 Tax Season Difficult For Dual Citizens Mar 30, 2015 | 11:25Canada - US Dual Citizens are having to conform changes in US tax law, costing many of them extra money. That's the case for the many dual citizens who live on the border in Stanstead Vermont.
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Quebec AM 2015 Tax Season Causing Headaches for Dual Citizens Mar 30, 2015 | 11:25Recent changes to US tax law is making this years tax season more complicated and more expensive for many Canada-US dual citizens. It's certainly the case in the border town of Stanstead, where many people were born at the nearest hospital - in neighbour

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