Daybreak MontrealMontrealers lobby Facebook to remove racist comic stripsSep 15, 2014 | 8:03After two Montrealers tried--and failed--to get Facebook to remove racist caricatures from a group page, CBC's Raffy Boudjikanian looked into how the website monitors user-generated content.
Daybreak MontrealNDG runner hits 100,000-mile mark at 78 years oldSep 15, 2014 | 2:18NDG runner Carl Andersen hit his 100,000-mile running mark this weekend at the Montreal West Terry Fox Run. He's been keeping track of his miles since 1982.
Daybreak MontrealScottish Montrealers argue for and against independenceSep 15, 2014 | 8:29Should Scotland become an independent nation? We heard from two Scottish Montrealers--one who says independence is a good idea, one who says it's not what Scotland needs.
Daybreak MontrealMontreal Fire Department: "We'll bounce right back"Sep 15, 2014 | 4:33The province's Labour Relations Board has ordered the city's fire-fighters to improve its response times, which were up by 30-40 seconds this July and August, as tensions around Bill 3 rose. Assistant Director Richard Liebmann spoke to Daybreak.
Daybreak MontrealThe fight to save the West Island Jewish Community CentreSep 15, 2014 | 4:09The West Island Jewish Community Centre in Pierrefonds is slated to close at the end of next month. Lenny Miller is one of the group of West Islanders fighting to save it.
Quebec AMChallenging the CSST to recognize electrosensitivitySep 15, 2014 | 11:48Diane Pelletier in Sherbrooke who suffered an electric shock at her job says she's been cut off from worker's compensation even though her injuries prevent her from working. Our Townships reporter Alison Brunette brings us that story.
Daybreak MontrealJazz pianist now in his 60s rediscovered at POP MontrealSep 15, 2014 | 9:04This POP Montreal music festival, Montreal audiences can rediscover jazz funk pianist Henri-Pierre Noël, a Haitian Montrealer who released landmark albums in the 1970s. Daybreak's arts reporter Jeanette Kelly sat down with Noël. His concert is Sept. 20 at
Radio Noon MontrealDo you trust firefighters?Sep 15, 2014 | 15:27The Labour Relations Board has ordered firefighters to respond promptly to calls. The city says response times have slowed. Radio Noon asks if this ruling has shaken your faith in firefighters.
HomerunBeaconsfield using bio-pesticide to ward off emerald ash borerSep 15, 2014 | 4:50Beaconsfield is home to over 10,000 ash trees which are now vulnerable to the emerald ash borer. The city is treating its ash trees on public property with a preventative bio-pesticide. It hopes residents will too.
HomerunNew Montreal support group for BRCA gene carriersSep 15, 2014 | 7:23"I was told I had an 87% chance of getting breast cancer, that was all the knowledge I needed to remove them," says Karen Malkin-Lazarovitz on her decision to get a double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA gene.
All in a Weekend MontrealLife-sized portraits of Aboriginal womenSep 14, 2014 | 10:17Photographer Monique Dykstra took photos and interviewed Aboriginal women who went through very difficult experiences. Their life-sized portraits are on display at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
All in a Weekend MontrealQC replay: Les Passages InsolitesSep 14, 2014 | 7:35The CBC's Rachelle Solomon visits a public art exhibit in Old Quebec City features everything from canoes hanging from buildings to pool noodles lining an alleyway.
All in a Weekend MontrealThe new men's retail market: Frank and OakSep 14, 2014 | 9:09Co-founder and chief executive of the company Frank and Oak Ethan Song talks about the new approach to selling men's fashion and lifestyle products. The Montreal e-tailer just received a $15 million investment.