Daybreak MontrealMontreal journalist says police violated his right to filmJul 29, 2015 | 10:20Student journalist Matt D'Amours says his rights were trampled when the Montreal police forced him to stop filming during a protest.
Quebec AMApple season at stake due to paperwork delaysJul 29, 2015 | 7:59Quebec's Apple Producers Association says delays at the federal level to get paperwork for temporary foreign workers who are already in the country is putting the season at stake. Association president, Stéphanie Levasseur,speaks to Quebec AM.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal expats want to maintain voting rightsJul 29, 2015 | 10:09Donald Sutherland published an open letter drawing attention to a court ruling which strips millions of Canadian expats of their right to vote. Daybreak speaks with two expats, both former Montrealers, who intended on voting in the next election.
Quebec AMThe 1974 Valcartier cadet tragedy finally addressed 41 years laterJul 29, 2015 | 17:38Canada's military ombudsman issued his report yesterday and had harsh words for the years of neglect of victims' families and surviving cadets. Shawn talks with one of those former cadets, Michel Juneau-Katsuya.
HomerunDidier Drogba lands at Trudeau International AirportJul 29, 2015 | 2:37Morgan Dunlop speaks to super Drogba fan Antoine-Samuel Mauffette Alavo about how he thinks Drogba will take the Montreal Impact to the next level.
HomerunStephen Harper to launch federal election campaign as early as SundayJul 29, 2015 | 6:21The longest federal election campaign in modern history is set to kick off as early as Sunday, CBC News has confirmed. Morgan Dunlop speaks to Evan Dyer from CBC's parliamentary bureau about what might be motivating Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Daybreak MontrealWhat does Didier Drogba's acquisition mean for the Montreal Impact?Jul 28, 2015 | 8:42Nick Sabetti, soccer writer for Goal.com and Sportsnet, and Jason Coveyduck, head of the Montreal Chelsea FC Supporters Group, join CBC's Alex Leduc to discuss the acquisition of star striker Didier Drogba.
Daybreak MontrealLighting strikes cyclist in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie boroughJul 28, 2015 | 6:58A Montreal man cycling near the intersection of Jeanne-D'Arc Avenue and St-Joseph Boulevard was hit by a bolt of lightning during an intense storm. Daybreak speaks with Urgences-Santé division chief Bob Lamle, and a former emergency room doctor.
Quebec AMA closing chapter in the tragedy of the Acadien II sinkingJul 28, 2015 | 7:58Shawn Lyons talks with Magdalen Islands fisherman Wayne Dickson about the tragic 2008 sinking of the Acadien II, and the financial settlement that's just been reached with families & survivors.
Daybreak MontrealSandra Bland's death prompts black Montrealers to reflect on relationship with policeJul 28, 2015 | 11:30Daybreak speaks with Majiza Philip, who says she was assaulted by a police officer in February, and her mother Suzanne Bruneau, in the aftermath of Sandra Bland's death in a Texas jail.
Radio Noon MontrealOmbudsman report says Valcartier cadets did not get proper supportJul 28, 2015 | 8:16Canada's military ombudsman has released a report into an explosion at the Valcartier military base in 1974 which killed six cadets. Dozens more were injured. Gerry Fostaty was an 18 year old platoon sargeant when this accident took place.
HomerunWhat to do with the Molson brewery on Notre-Dame?Jul 28, 2015 | 7:05Molson-Coors is examining the future of their Notre-Dame brewery. Dinu Bumbaru from Heritage Montreal hopes that the heritage value of the site is maintained.
Homerun"If you're home, you're safe" says McGill meteorology PhD on lightning strikesJul 28, 2015 | 6:11Kevin Bowley studies extreme weather. He says the it's key to get inside during electrical storms. If you can't find shelter, stay low and stay away from taller objects like trees.
Daybreak MontrealPublic art app for Parc Jean Drapeau showcases Expo sculpturesJul 27, 2015 | 8:37A new walking documentary showcases the public art at Parc Jean Drapeau using original music by Montreal's top musicians.