Daybreak MontrealTolls to rise on the A30 Express to the South ShoreJan 28, 2015 | 8:53Starting this Sunday, motorists and truckers can expect to pay more to use a stretch of the A30 Express that links the 20 and Vaudreuil to to the South Shore, bypassing the Island of Montreal and its bridges and highways.
Daybreak MontrealLawyer: Charbonneau Commission has "damaged" QC, should "never again" be repeatedJan 28, 2015 | 10:05Maitre Louis Demers is a lawyer who says that the Charbonneau Commission went on too long, was too powerful, and should have been more cautious with verifying witness testimony. He's written a book called Les Dérives de la Commission Charbonneau.
Daybreak MontrealBusinesses prosecuted for Bill 101 violations await ruling todayJan 28, 2015 | 7:50Brent Tyler is the lawyer representing 24 businesses who await a ruling from the Court of Quebec on their relationship to Bill 101. Tyler says businesses "want to be left alone."
Quebec AMDesperados: Play about bilingual seniors in the GaspéJan 28, 2015 | 7:22Doing away with stereotypes - and subtitles. A bilingual group of senior citizens in Douglastown gets together to write a comedy about aging, bilingualism and life in the Gaspé.
Quebec AMHealth Minister explains decision for closing Quebec City's Hôtel-DieuJan 28, 2015 | 11:50Quebec City residents learned through a newspaper report in Le Soleil that Health Minister Gaétan Barrette plans to shut down hospital services at Hôtel-Dieu in Old Quebec. We asked him to explain the rationale behind the decision.
BreakawayA visit to the Boulet Boots factory in St. TiteJan 28, 2015 | 14:24The town of St. Tite in the Mauricie is renowned for its Western Festival and also its world famous cowboy boots. That's right. Canada's biggest cowboy boot maker is tucked away in the small town. The CBC's Peter Tardif took the grand tour.
Daybreak MontrealRecording of private conversation between Brian Mulroney and Ronald ReaganJan 27, 2015 | 12:17"Hi Brian!" "Good morning Ron!" CBC Montreal’s Daybreak has uncovered a long-forgotten tape of a private conversation between former Canadian PM Brian Mulroney and former US President Ronald Reagan.
Daybreak MontrealEx-pat Montrealers say North-Eastern US snow storm isn't so badJan 27, 2015 | 7:43Daybreak speaks to two ex-pat Montrealers who say the recent snow storm that hit the United States pales in comparison to Montreal storms.
Quebec AMQuebec Bar Society says justice system is failing people of NunavikJan 27, 2015 | 7:57The Quebec Bar Society has published a blunt appraisal of the justice system in Quebec's North, calling it over-taxed, ill-equipped and incomprehensible for the Inuit. We spoke to the Bâtonnier of the Quebec Bar Society, Bernard Synnott.
Quebec AMEastern Townships School Board boosts enrollment with International StudentsJan 27, 2015 | 9:31The Eastern Townships School Board is boosting enrollment by recruiting International students. A German student in gr 11 is on exchange at Massey Vanier High School and tells us about her experience studying in here in Quebec.
Daybreak MontrealAdventurer going to Nicaragua for epic raceJan 27, 2015 | 4:42Helene Dumais is about to set off for Nicaragua later this week to run in the Fuego y Agua Survival Run, an extreme adventurer race.
Radio Noon MontrealDoes MP stand for Missing Politician?Jan 27, 2015 | 4:25Quebec MP Sana Hassainia voted just 6% of the time last year in the House of Commons. On Radio Noon, Shawn asked: does that matter. Then he talked about it with Sue Smith
HomerunThe unpredictability of predicting the weatherJan 27, 2015 | 7:26Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to climatologist David Phillips about why meteorologists shouldn't have to apologize for a forecast that doesn't pan out exactly as predicted.
HomerunAre there too many restaurants in Montreal?Jan 27, 2015 | 6:47One Montreal restaurateur thinks there are and says there should be quotas. "In the end,the customers will decide which ones stay open & which ones will close," says fine-dining critic Lesley Chesterman.