Daybreak MontrealBolduc changes tune on books but says he won't flip-flop on budget cutsAug 28, 2014 | 10:52"On the weekend, I read the articles, I saw that people thought I didn't like books--which is not true," Education Minister Yves Bolduc says about his comments last week that "no child ever died" because they didn't get a new book because of budget cuts.
Daybreak MontrealWest Island rugby community supports Team Canada athletesAug 28, 2014 | 7:34Daybreak sports with Ainslie MacLellan - West Island rugby community supports Team Canada athletes - August 28, 2014
Daybreak MontrealLes Pollués de Montréal-Trudeau say flight noises are too loudAug 28, 2014 | 11:31Some people who live in the flight paths of Montreal Trudeau airport are taking matters into their own hands to get authorities to take their noise complaints seriously. They've raised enough money to purchase professional noise monitoring equipment.
Daybreak MontrealChanges to Metro station weren't approved by STM Board of DirectorsAug 28, 2014 | 7:14In an interview with Daybreak, STM chair Philippe Schnobb said that the STM board of directors wasn't aware that the names of 20 metro stations were being changed--most of them adding a "du" or "de" to standardize titles. He'll speak on it next week.
Radio Noon MontrealShould there be a public inquiry for MMIW?Aug 28, 2014 | 25:51On Radio Noon today, we asked listeners whether there should be a public inquiry into into Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women. Recently, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he was opposed to the idea.
HomerunBlame misdirected in Lac-Mégantic says Tom Harding's lawyerAug 28, 2014 | 9:02"There were things (mechanisms) that one could expect to have to compensate for human error, but they weren't there. That's not Harding's fault," says Thomas Walsh, the lawyer defending Tom Harding.
HomerunAnjou demerger petitionAug 28, 2014 | 7:33"It has got to stop,"says Anjou borough mayor Luis Miranda about budget cuts to his borough. Miranda is organizing a petition to ask the province to allow the people of Anjou to hold a referendum on leaving Montreal.
BreakawayMiguasha's Elpistostege watsoni fossilAug 28, 2014 | 14:16The recent discovery of an Elpistostege watsoni fossil at the provincial park in Miguasha is the only known complete specimen of its kind on the planet. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon visited the park to find out more.
Daybreak MontrealPCBs have leeched into ground and will flow into river, says Pointe-ClaireAug 27, 2014 | 7:04PCBs were discovered in Pointe-Claire city pipes and in the ground near the Reliance Power Equipment Ltd site in Pointe-Claire. The City Manager says the Robert Weemaes said the provincial ministry is handling the situation.
Daybreak MontrealHow will English school boards around Montreal balance their budgets?Aug 27, 2014 | 10:18Two chairmen from English-language school boards in and around Montreal respond to Education Minister Yves Bolduc's comments that "no child ever died" from not buying a new book. He is now telling boards not to cut their book budgets.
Quebec AMIncrease in school fees challenge for familiesAug 27, 2014 | 8:49It's back to school today for many students across the province - and some parents say an increase in school fees is leaving them strapped for cash this year. Alison Brunette joins us for a look at how one Sherbrooke family is affected.
Daybreak MontrealWest Island Chorus looking for new members, new songsAug 27, 2014 | 4:43The West Island Chorus is looking for new members and new songs to sing! They are part of the International Sweet Adelines association. Chorus member Doris de Blasio was in studio to tell us more.
Radio Noon MontrealHonouring former Quebec premier Robert BourassaAug 27, 2014 | 34:06Today on Radio Noon, we asked listeners to weigh in on the city of Montreal's plans to rename a section of University street downtown to honour Bourassa. We also hear from Bourassa's family and his former chief of staff.
HomerunZara pulls controversial T-shirtAug 27, 2014 | 5:50"People have to question if this was purposeful or complete incompetence," says Montreal marketing professor Robert Soroka about a striped T-shirt with a six-pointed yellow star.