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.
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.
Radio Noon MontrealWill you take advantage of 24 hour shopping in Montreal?May 25, 2015 | 16:38Montreal will allow stores in tourist zones to stay open round the clock beginning today. But the plan is getting mixed reviews. On Radio Noon, reaction from business-owners and the city's official opposition.
All in a Weekend MontrealTech column: Social media moves and Children's Hospital memoriesMay 24, 2015 | 11:41Molly Kohli and Thomas Ledwell talk about the Google-Twitter partnership and what that means for your search results on the web. Also, the CBC Montreal web page where you can post your memories of the Montreal Children's Hospital.
All in a Weekend MontrealOutdoor space decoratingMay 24, 2015 | 7:20Landscape and design expert, Carson Arthur, has tips and ideas for planning your outdoor space beyond planting flowers and putting out some lawn chairs.
All in a Weekend MontrealMonique Polak: "Learning the Ropes"May 24, 2015 | 9:32Author Monique Polak spent time with the circus school in Montreal for her latest novel. She speaks with host Sonali Karnick about learning about the technical aspect of the circus art.
All in a Weekend MontrealMuseums' Day's newest addition: The Canadian Guild of CraftsMay 24, 2015 | 7:50The annual Museums' Day welcomes the 109-year-old new kid on the block. The Canadian Guild of Crafts is participating for the first time but the non-profit gallery has been around for a very long time, working with first nations communities in Quebec.
All in a Weekend MontrealLearn to camp with Parks CanadaMay 23, 2015 | 9:45Across Quebec this summer at national parks, you can learn how to pitch a tent and cook over a campfire. Parks Canada is holding "Learn to Camp" weekends in Montreal, Lévis, the Mauricie and Chambly.
All in a Weekend MontrealSharon Basaraba: healthy habitsMay 23, 2015 | 9:06Our longevity columnist talks about the results of major studies that tracked people who were supposed to follow healthy habits for a number of years. Sharon Basaraba weighs in on the top habits that make up a healthy lifestyle
All in a Weekend MontrealThe Great Gardening Weekend at the Botanical GardensMay 23, 2015 | 10:38From workshops, demos and displays, there is a lot going on for the Great Gardening weekend for green thumbs as well as beginners.
All in a Weekend MontrealThe Joliette Art Museum's rejuvenationMay 23, 2015 | 10:48After two years and 14 million dollars in renovations, the Joliette Art Museum is set to reopen next month. Instead of the drab, concrete block, the space is now an architectural jewel for the region.
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 MontrealNo excuse for Canadian jihadists, says PMMay 22, 2015 | 7:57Prime Minister Stephen Harper said there was no reason for a Canadian to become a jihadist. Daybreak spoke to official opposition justice critic Françoise Boivin about the prime minister's statement.