Daybreak MontrealBabar Books in Westmount closing after 10 yearsAug 27, 2015 | 3:17Babar Books, a Westmount institution for 10 years, is closing its doors. Angus Byers, assistant manager at Babar Books in Westmount, reflects on a decade in the neighbourhood.
Daybreak MontrealMcGill music students get groundbreaking mental health programAug 27, 2015 | 10:46A new program for students at McGill Schulich School of Music face performance anxiety from auditions, and high stress as they prepare for their careers. Starting soon, music students be taking a mandatory mental health class and have access to a mentor.
Radio Noon MontrealVirginia shooting video: What are the implications of sharing online?Aug 27, 2015 | 9:35Shawn Apel speaks with the Pointer Institute's Al Tompkins about the implications of watching, airing and sharing footage of this week's shooting of two WDBJ staff members in Virginia.
Daybreak MontrealWest Island man on antiviral drugs after prick from syringeAug 26, 2015 | 8:01Matthew Bernier pricked his finger while trying to remove the tip of a needle that became embedded in his shoe. Bernier is now on antiviral drugs and says he wants to see more needle collection sites.
Daybreak MontrealFather says Conservative Party called to solicit vote from murdered daughterAug 26, 2015 | 4:48Pierrefonds resident John Drummond says he has received voter solicitation calls from the Conservative Party asking for his murdered daughter. Drummond is furious his daughter's name is still on the list despite being murdered 11 years ago.
Radio Noon MontrealWho is dangerous on the roads? CAA says it's both cyclists and driversAug 26, 2015 | 4:44Anne-Sophie Hamel joins Shawn Apel for an interview about safety on the roads, during a one-hour cycling program after several accidents involving cyclists in the city.
HomerunBallooning class sizes concern Montreal teachersAug 26, 2015 | 8:00Teacher Kathleen Usher says she is concerned by growing class sizes and new student classification systems. Usher says parents need to mobilize against the cuts.
HomerunRichler's gazebo set to be finished in early autumn, says CoderreAug 26, 2015 | 5:52After four years of delays, Mayor Coderre says the gazebo set to be renamed in honour of Mordechai Richler will be fixed up by early October at the latest. We speak with columnist Bill Brownstein.
BreakawayRestoring La Gaspesienne #20 fishing boatAug 26, 2015 | 10:17An old fishing boat in the Gaspé is being restored and, for generations to come, will represent an important shift in fishing methods for the region. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with Musée de la Gaspésie archivist Jeannot Bourdage about the project.
Daybreak MontrealDaybreak Voter's Voice: Lac-Saint-Louis ridingAug 25, 2015 | 8:56Daybreak's Shari Okeke and host Mike Finnerty hit the pavement to speak with voters in Lac-Saint-Louis, a federal riding that has always been held by the Liberals.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal teachers ramp up pressure tacticsAug 25, 2015 | 10:24Teachers in Montreal are marking back to school by cutting down on administrative work in the classroom. The move is a protest against the absence of a contract between teachers in Quebec and the provincial government.
Radio Noon MontrealAshley Madison Hack: Who is in the wrong?Aug 25, 2015 | 6:49Do two wrongs make a right--in the case of hackers who leaked personal information of customers on the cheating website Ashley Madison? Shawn Apel speaks with Acculturated contributor Chelsea Samelson.
HomerunLawyer challenging interprovincial liquor lawAug 25, 2015 | 4:39Interprovincial law restricts how much booze you can bring from one province to another. Homerun spoke to lawyer Mike Bernard who says law is archaic and is challenging it in New Brunswick court.
HomerunMeet Liberal party candidate in Terrebonne, Michele AudetteAug 25, 2015 | 9:09Michele Audette is the former head of the Native Women's Association of Canada. She is also one of a record number of indigenous candidates running in this election. She's running in Terrebonne.