Daybreak MontrealGrounding flights to Tel Aviv is "rewarding terrorists"Jul 23, 2014 | 12:30That's what Dr. David Zlotnick told Daybreak's Mike Finnerty this morning. The doctor splits his time between Montreal and Israel. He says the Federal Aviation Administration's decision to ground flights was too cautious.
Daybreak MontrealAlain Magloire's brother says we need more care, not more stun gunsJul 23, 2014 | 4:29Pierre Magloire reacts to news that the SPVM have purchased more stun guns. His mentally-ill brother Alain Magloire was shot dead by Montreal police this winter.
Quebec AMFederal fights against Aboriginal titleJul 23, 2014 | 8:59NDP MP Romeo Saganash thinks all Canadians deserve to know how the federal government is spending tax-payer dollars... And he has specific questions about how much money is being spent fighting Aboriginal fights for rights and title.
Quebec AMPublic hearings on service cuts to regional bus routesJul 23, 2014 | 9:49Public hearings in August will determine the fate of Orléans Express routes in the Gaspé, the Beauce and between La Tuque and Trois-Rivières. We speak to the company on these proposed changes.
Radio Noon MontrealMerits of working a three day weekJul 23, 2014 | 31:14One of world's richest men says working three days a week would give us a lot more time to do other things. Radio Noon asks if you would like to work three days a week?
HomerunMost crimes on a downswing in MontrealJul 23, 2014 | 7:19Quebec has recorded one of the largest declines in violent crimes in the country, says Statistics Canada. Check out Homerun's breakdown of why.
BreakawayExhibit honours WWI soldiers from GaspéJul 23, 2014 | 15:38Tom Eden has photographed the final resting places of all the men from Gaspé killed during WWI. He told the CBC's Rachelle Solomon about his exhibit, Generation Sacrificed.
Daybreak MontrealMissing Brossard woman's siblings want answersJul 22, 2014 | 10:39It has been more than 80 days since Jian Ping Li and her six-month-old son Xiao Feng Lu disappeared without a trace from their Brossard home. The CBC's Sophie Tremblay spoke to her family.
Quebec AMExpensive water hook-ups for Harrington Harbour residentsJul 22, 2014 | 9:04Residents in Harrington Harbour will have to pay up to $5000 if they want to have access to the town's new water system. The town has been dealing with a boil-water advisory for over a decade.
Quebec AMBreaking barriers between Cree patients and non-aboriginal doctorsJul 22, 2014 | 11:24A new partnership between medical schools and First Nations health authorities of Quebec and Labrador aims to break down cultural barriers between future doctors and First Nations patients.
Radio Noon MontrealCoroner wants drowsy driving to be punishable by lawJul 22, 2014 | 26:12Montreal coroner Quoc-Bao Do made that recommendation his report into a fatal car accident that killed 5 people in 2011. Radio Noon talks about the impact of driving while drowsy.
BreakawayDescribing the scene at the crash site of flight MH17Jul 22, 2014 | 15:28Days after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed in Ukraine, the situation on the ground remains volatile. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon spoke with one of the first journalists on the scene, John Wendle.
Daybreak MontrealHigh profile indie animator chooses Fantasia Festival to launch new filmJul 21, 2014 | 9:42Daybreak's Jeanette Kelly meets with Bill Plympton to talk about his latest animated feature. He's showing it at Fantasia because he says it's the only film festival where movies like his get their due.
Daybreak MontrealComedian Jon Bennett brings "My Dad's Deaths" to ZoofestJul 21, 2014 | 6:56Australian comedian Jon Bennett is in Montreal with his latest show, "My Dad's Deaths." He told Daybreak about the time he accidentally shot his dad--but don't worry, it's a funny story.
Daybreak MontrealBlainville residents ask City for help with deer populationJul 21, 2014 | 9:25Residents in Blainville say the City isn't doing enough to help them deal with deer that are eating up cedar trees and tearing up lawns.