Quebec AMNew residence gives English-speaking seniors a place to call home in LaurentiansMay 28, 2015 | 13:31It took about 50,000 hours of volunteer work and more than a decade to make happen, but the Stephen Jake Beaven residence is finally home to a dozen seniors in the Laurentians. Marika Wheeler takes us on a tour.
Daybreak MontrealBeaconsfield billboard proposal dropped by cityMay 28, 2015 | 4:15Beaconsfield has abandoned a proposal to set up a massive new billboard along Highway 20 after a number of residents came out against the idea. Daybreak spoke to Beaconsfield Mayor Georges Bourelle about the decision.
Daybreak MontrealNew radicalization prevention centre to act as middle step between concerned parents and policeMay 28, 2015 | 9:18Daybreak spoke to Jocelyn Bélanger, one of the experts helping to set up Montreal's soon-to-be established radicalization prevention centre.
Daybreak MontrealFootgolf aims to breathe life into golf courseMay 28, 2015 | 5:23A new sport, Footgolf, is coming to golf courses. Daybreak spoke to Renaud Harvey, the co-owner and director of Golf Le Riviera in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville which is the latest course to test out the sport.
Radio Noon MontrealHow to make Montreal a more liveable city?May 28, 2015 | 1:57Gil Penalosa, urban planner and founder of Toronto-based 8-80 cities, joins Radio Noon host Shawn Apel and explains the 8-80 rule.
Quebec AMAbitibi Mine Manager responds to questions about collapse that trapped 9 minersMay 27, 2015 | 9:39The general manager of the Westwood Mine in Preissac, in the Abitibi responds to questions about a collapse that trapped nine miners for 18 hours on Tuesday. In January, four miners were trapped in the gold mine after a similar incident.
Daybreak MontrealArtisanal spirit producers ask for more independence from SAQ 'monopoly'May 27, 2015 | 9:34Distilleries and other artisans are looking to sell their products directly to customers. Daybreak spoke to a distillery owner and a vodka artisan about how direct sales could improve business.
Daybreak MontrealDangerous driving law not always 'clear', says judgeMay 27, 2015 | 8:04Patrick Ouellet, an SQ officer, has been charged with dangerous driving in a crash that killed a five-year-old in Longueuil, last February. Daybreak spoke to Pierre Dalphond, a former Quebec Court of Appeal judge who led the independent investigation.
Quebec AMSherbrooke wheelchair racer becomes a momMay 27, 2015 | 9:24Forty four year-old Eastern Townships basd paralympic athlete Diane Roy is training for this summer's Para Pan Am Games... but this year she's doing it as a new mom!
Radio Noon MontrealNo more fines for skateboarding on Montreal bike pathsMay 27, 2015 | 11:52On Radio Noon, debate over the city's unanimous decision to allow skateboards on Montreal's bike path network. We hear from a cyclist and a skateboarder.
Radio Noon MontrealWe're not reducing the amount of garbage we produce - but we're talking about itMay 27, 2015 | 4:02Shawn and Sue talk about the West Island municipality of Pointe-Claire's decision to reduce garbage collection to once every two week.
HomerunCancer diagnoses to increase in QuebecMay 27, 2015 | 7:41A new study shows the number of Quebeckers with cancer is will rise by 35% in the next 15 years. Andre Beaulieu speaks for the Canadian Cancer Society.
HomerunQuebec restaurant makes a global best-restaurant list - for the first time everMay 27, 2015 | 7:17Montreal restaurant Joe Beef is getting international recognition.
It's now number 81 on the San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna list of best world restaurants. David Macmillan is Joe Beef's chef and co-owner.
BreakawayTownships' students write summer songMay 27, 2015 | 10:43Students at Waterloo Elementary School worked with Sherbrooke songwriter Philippe Custeau to write a song about summer. Custeau and performing arts teacher Laura Teasdale told the CBC's Rachelle Solomon about the project.
Quebec AMTruth and Reconciliation Commissioner looks back on mandateMay 26, 2015 | 17:04As Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Residential Schools nears the end of its mandate, Commissioner Marie Wilson looks back on five years of recording the stories of survivors and their families.