Quebec AMConcerns over cuts to Quebec's Wildlife OfficersSep 19, 2014 | 6:56Wildlife officers in the regions are having to cope with these cuts by reducing staff, limiting outings - and waiting for calls to go into the wild. Some people, including hunters, are worried this could increase poaching.
Daybreak MontrealPlayers in 1995 Quebec referendum react to Scottish voteSep 19, 2014 | 9:16Liza Frulla former Liberal Provincial MNA, and vice-chair of the "NO" committee in the 1995 Quebec referendum and former Bloc Quebecois MP Jean Dorion, react to Scotland voting against independence from the United Kingdom.
Radio Noon MontrealQuebec reaction to Scotland referendum resultsSep 19, 2014 | 20:18Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom -- along with England, Wales and Northern Ireland -- following a historic referendum vote. Reaction from Quebec politicians and a Scotland expat.
Radio Noon MontrealLeonard Cohen turns 80Sep 19, 2014 | 19:12Montreal singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen turns 80 on Sunday. On Radio Noon today, listeners share their Leonard Cohen stories, and explain why he's so revered.
HomerunPeople in RDP rally to save local police stationSep 19, 2014 | 6:44"We're upset and we're shocked, for us it makes no sense," says Theo Vecera of Don Bosco Youth Leadership Centre in RDP on the closing of the local police station. He helped organize a community meeting tonight.
Homerun"I think the fear factor was very well used by the NO campaign," says Bernard Drainville on Scottish referendumSep 19, 2014 | 8:57PQ MNA Bernard Drainville comments on the results of the Scottish referendum. Says it hasn't hampered his dream for an independent Quebec.
Breakaway"Where is Three Pines?" art exhibit inspired by Louise Penny mysteriesSep 19, 2014 | 18:43Three Pines is the fictional Eastern Townships setting of many of Louise Penny's mystery novels. Today an art exhibit opened with work inspired by the question, "Where is Three Pines?" The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with the author and artists involved.
Daybreak MontrealHealth Minister says last "situation as dire as this" was in 1995Sep 18, 2014 | 9:43As negotiations with Quebec's Federation of Medical Specialists continue, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says his ministry is trying to cope with the severest budget he's seen since 1995.
Daybreak MontrealBarrette says jab at PQ was "over-inflated joke"Sep 18, 2014 | 1:11Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says there's nothing the Quebec Federation of Medical Specialists fears more than the return of the PQ, but says it isn't likely to happen.
Quebec AMIronclad resistance to new Hydro-Quebec smart metersSep 18, 2014 | 10:31A blacksmith in Sutton is making cages to prevent Hydro-Quebec from changing your old meters to the new smart meters. Our Alison Brunette met with one of the nearly 60 people who sought his services to resist this change.
Quebec AMA growing Stem Cell Donor RegistrySep 18, 2014 | 7:41Mai Duong, the young Montreal woman in urgent need of stem cell treatment of her leukemia, now has hope. So do others like her, because of a big jump in the number of people answering the call for bone marrow donations. Héma-Québec explains.
HomerunThe PQ wants sex ed back in Quebec schoolsSep 18, 2014 | 6:13Today the PQ presented a petition to bring sex education back to schools. Montrealer Stephanie Mitlemen is a certified sex educator and she says our children aren't getting the basic information they need.
HomerunArtificial sweeteners may cause health problemsSep 18, 2014 | 7:31Dr. Michael Pollak talks to Sue Smith about a new study that links the use of artificial sweeteners to increasing blood sugar levels. This can lead to diseases like diabetes and even certain types of cancer.
BreakawaySLC's Board of Governor's responds to union's concernsSep 18, 2014 | 15:02The CBC has obtained a copy of a letter directed to the Board of Governor's of the Champlain Regional College network. It adresses concerns teachers have at the St. Lawrence campus. The CBC's Peter Tardif got reaction from the board.