Daybreak MontrealDaybreak sits down with Paul Côté, new head of AMTSep 2, 2015 | 8:39The former head of Via Rail Canada, Paul Côté has stepped into a new role as president of the Agence métropolitaine de transport, the organization that runs commuter trains in Montreal. Côté outlines his top priorities for the AMT.
Daybreak MontrealExtra-curricular activities put on hold for some studentsSep 2, 2015 | 11:16Teachers at the English Montreal School Board school board are ramping up their pressure tactics by putting a hold on extra-curricular activities. An EMSB student and school board commissioner voice their perspectives.
Radio Noon MontrealTeachers in Montreal cut extracurricular activities as pressure tacticSep 2, 2015 | 5:09Shawn Apel speaks with a parent whose children will no longer have extracurricular activities at school, as part of pressure tactics by teachers. Plus: another parent isn't so happy with teachers' actions.
Breakaway5th edition of Quebec City's Film FestivalSep 2, 2015 | 9:39Quebec City's Film Festival kicks off later this month, and we speak to new director Ian Gailer about some of the changes the 5th edition will bring. One things remain constant: bringing international calibre cinema to screens in downtown Quebec City.
Daybreak MontrealCôte St-Luc councillor campaigns for more English in storesSep 1, 2015 | 6:14Côte St-Luc city councillor Ruth Kovac has been writing to Quebec businesses asking for them to include more English in their stores. Kovac tells Daybreak the campaign is producing some major results.
Daybreak MontrealDaybreak Voter's Voice: Bourassa ridingSep 1, 2015 | 10:21Daybreak's Shari Okeke and host Mike Finnerty speak with voters in the diverse Bourrassa riding, which includes the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville as well as the borough of Montreal North.
HomerunFamily asks for help to find missing Montreal ManSep 1, 2015 | 5:30Tan Duc Tran vanished after leaving a Park-Ex martial arts studio nine days ago. Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to his niece Jacqueline Klug. She says it is uncharacteristic of Tran not to keep in touch.
HomerunMontreal woman attacked by otter in the LaurentiansSep 1, 2015 | 7:24Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to Elizabeth Elbourne. She says she was attacked by an otter while swimming in a small lake near St-Sauveur.
BreakawayCEGEP musical "Grosse Île" to get professional revivalSep 1, 2015 | 14:10An original musical, first performed at Quebec City's CEGEP Champlain St. Lawrence in 2012, is getting a professional revival. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with John Halpin about bringing back "Grosse Île."
Radio Noon MontrealShould mandatory sexual education come back to QC schools?Sep 1, 2015 | 3:08As the Education ministry announces a sexual education pilot project for 15 QC schools, Shawn Apel speaks to Kimberly Wong from Aids Community Care Montreal, who works in educating young people on preventing STIs and HIV.
Radio Noon MontrealThis election panel was (not) an issueAug 31, 2015 | 27:23Radio Noon sits down with federal election candidates to find out more about life on the campaign trail -- beyond the issues. Meet Steve Shanahan (PC), Anne Lagacé Dowson (NDP), Simon Marchand (BQ) and Peter Schiefke (Lib).
Daybreak MontrealAndie's All Star: Riel Lazarus honors his brother with Street Hockey JamboreeAug 31, 2015 | 4:3012 Years ago Sam Lazarus died after contracting Malaria while working at a daycare in Ghana. Every year since, his family has been working with Camp YMCA Kanawana to send disadvantaged kids to camp.
Daybreak MontrealFederal politicians layout platforms on Senate reformAug 31, 2015 | 14:07NDP federal candidate Jim Hughes, Liberal candidate Stéphane Dion and former Conservative candidate Neil Drabkin highlight what changes they want to see in the Canadian Senate for Daybreak's Canada Votes Issues debate.
Daybreak MontrealMohamed Fahmy's lawyer reacts to rulingAug 31, 2015 | 8:35Al-Jazeera reporter Mohamed Fahmy has been sentenced to three years in Egyptian prison. Gary Caroline, a member of Mohamed Fahmy's legal team in Canada, responds to the verdict.
HomerunSenate reform: how our political parties propose to tackle itAug 31, 2015 | 9:47Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to McGill constitutional professor, Robert Leckey, about how the parties propose to "fix" the senate...or not.