Quebec AMQuebec City sous-chef Sebastien Laframboise competes on Chopped CanadaJan 30, 2015 | 10:01Sebastien Laframboise is sous-chef at one of Quebec City's popular new downtown bistros. But that wasn't enough pressure for him - he decided he wanted to compete in a national cooking show. You can see him this weekend on Food Network's 'Chopped Canada'.
Daybreak MontrealMordecai Richler's family expresses concern about Montreal honouring late authorJan 30, 2015 | 5:21Noah Richler speaks to Daybreak's Mike Finnerty about how long it has taken the city to start repairs on a 1920 gazebo that was supposed to be named after his father.
Quebec AMEnd of Telus service may not mean end of pager service on LNSJan 30, 2015 | 10:09Telus is eliminating its paging service on March 31 and that's a major worry on the Lower North Shore. But it's not because the technology is dead. Garry Fitzgerald, president of PageNet, tells us where the solution might lie.
Daybreak MontrealJaa Smith-Johnson Honoured at Black Vision GalaJan 30, 2015 | 9:48Montreal actor Jaa Smith-Johnson has acted onstage at the Centaur and in X-Men. The 25-year old from Little Burgundy gets the award from commitment and excellence in performing arts.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Muslims react to imam Hamza Chaoui's controversial Islamic community centreJan 30, 2015 | 8:15Sameer Zuberi, a law student and board member of the Canadian muslim forum, and Tarek Younis, a doctoral candidate in psychology who researches identity development of Muslim youth here in Montreal, react to imam Hamza Chaoi's proposed community centre.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Muslims react to imam Hamza Chaoui's controversial Islamic community centreJan 30, 2015 | 8:15Sameer Zuberi, a law student and board member of the Canadian Muslim Forum, and Tarek Younis, a doctoral candidate in psychology who researches identity development of Muslim youth here in Montreal, react to imam Hamza Chauoi's proposed community centre.
Radio Noon MontrealControversy surrounds proposal for new Islamic centerJan 30, 2015 | 5:15A proposed Islamic community centre in Montreal's east end is raising concerns because of its ties to Hamza Chaoui - a vocal defender of Sharia law. On Radio Noon today, human rights lawyer Julius Grey explains why the center should be allowed to open.
Daybreak MontrealAnalysis: PQ leadership, welfare changes, deficit, secularism and moreJan 29, 2015 | 10:05All the hits and misses of the first Parti Québécois leadership debate with CBC Montreal's chief political analyst Bernard St-Laurent.
Daybreak MontrealWhat do falling mortgage rates mean for you?Jan 29, 2015 | 3:51Professor Jean Freed from the John Molson School of Business in Montreal guides you through what recent mortgage rate dips mean for you.
Quebec AMTrucking fresh vegetables over 2200 kilometresJan 29, 2015 | 10:42With still no road along the Lower North Shore, we find out the next best way to get from here to Blanc Sablon in a truck, without bruising the tomatoes. Enrico Vigneault and Johnny Burke tell us how they made it happen.
Quebec AMThe Lennoxville Firefighter's Association holds a community dance/concert fundraiserJan 29, 2015 | 8:04The Lennoxville Firefighter's Association is holding a community concert and dance with the band "Country Roads" This fundraiser takes place on Jan 31st and proceeds will go to support local groups and programs.
Radio Noon MontrealDufour-Lapointe sisters get sponsorship from Dragon's DenJan 29, 2015 | 12:32The Dufour-Lapointe sisters went to the Dragons to seeking financing because corporate money for their sport has nosedived. What does this say about amateur sport funding?
HomerunSupreme Court decides 13.5M-winning lottery ticket bought 7 seconds late invalidJan 29, 2015 | 5:52"(I feel) like I got kicked in the stomach," says Montrealer who couldn't claim a 13.5M-winning lottery ticket. Sue Smith speaks to him after Canada's top court rules in favour of Loto-Québec.
HomerunControversial Imam could open community centre in MontrealJan 29, 2015 | 6:43"He has a very negative way of seeing his own religion," says the Co-President of the Association of Muslims and Arabs for a secular Quebec of an Imam who hopes to open an Islamic youth centre in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
Daybreak MontrealTarget's $8,000 cheque for student conference bouncesJan 29, 2015 | 6:29Target's promised sponsorship of the JDC Central Case Competition has evaporated. Adam Normand, the VP Corporate Relations for the Canadian Association of Business students, spoke to Mike Finnerty about how losing this money will affect the conference.