Daybreak MontrealFormer Hasidic community member suing Quebec government over poor educationNov 21, 2014 | 15:01Yohanan Lowen, a former member of a Boisbriand Hasidic community is suing the Quebec government for more than $1 million for damages he says he suffered from getting a poor education.
Daybreak MontrealBirthday boy Max Pacioretty locker room RAWNov 21, 2014 | 5:20After scoring 2 goals in the Habs 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues, Max Pacioretty talks about losing sleep when he does not score, Habs haters and the Maple Leafs taking the heat off their losses.
Daybreak MontrealMohawk Girls try to find love and stay close to their rootsNov 21, 2014 | 7:18A new series launching on APTN next week is set in Kahnawake. Mohawk Girls follows four 20-something women looking for love with the added challenge of remaining a true Mohawk.
Radio Noon MontrealWho pays more for products: men or women?Nov 21, 2014 | 18:05CBC's Marketplace looks into the price difference for female and male products. That had us asking listeners for examples.
HomerunDoes Montreal have too many restaurants?Nov 21, 2014 | 6:03Montreal is known as a a food city, but it's possible we have too much of a good thing. Steve Rukavina talked to food columnist Leslie Chesterman about how the city has too many restaurants and not enough customers.
HomerunFormer Loyola College students rememberNov 21, 2014 | 7:3540 years ago a car crash killed four students from Loyola College, two of whom worked for Loyola News, the college's paper at the time. This weekend, a group of former students who worked on the paper are reuniting. Steve Rukavina spoke to Claire Tallaric
Daybreak MontrealSliding scale for Quebec Daycare fees coming this SpringNov 20, 2014 | 8:44Family Minister Francine Charbonneau is expected to announce a new sliding scale for daycare fees that will be based on net family income and could go as high as $20. The head of the CPE association Gina Gasparini and parents speak to Daybreak.
Daybreak MontrealPolluted creek in Beaconsfield raises concerns among residentsNov 20, 2014 | 11:13A creek that runs through some backyards in Beaconsfield before flowing into Lac St-Louis has been tested by CBC, and discovered that it has high levels of fecal coliform. Homeowners say they're surprised at the results.
Quebec AMEastern Townships concerned about proposed Quebec school board mergersNov 20, 2014 | 9:49The Ministry of Education plans to consolidate English and French school boards across Quebec. Two boards in Montérégie would be merged with the Eastern Townships School Board. ETSB chair Michael Murray responds.
Quebec AMSherbrooke soon to be home to dozens of Syrian refugee families.Nov 20, 2014 | 8:59Dozens of Syrian families who are living as refugees in Lebanon are set to arrive in Sherbrooke over the next few weeks. They're being sponsored by a local church. Our townships reporter Alison Brunette explains more.
Radio Noon MontrealDo Pierre-Karl Peladeau's cell-phone sentiments make him a crybaby?Nov 20, 2014 | 6:31Peladeau is upset - because journalists have been calling him on his cell phone.
One of his former journalists finds that ironic.
Shawn discusses with Sue Smith
HomerunMarcus Tabachnick unsurprised by school board mergeNov 20, 2014 | 6:18Three English school boards are merging into one. The Quebec English School Board Association's Executive Director Marcus Tabachnick says he's ready for any changes that could improve the classroom experience.
HomerunGathering toys for Montreal kids in needNov 20, 2014 | 6:26Elena Restrepo is a Centre Jeunesse volunteer. She's hoping to gather close to 5000 toys to give as Christmas gifts to Montreal kids in need.
Quebec AMThe Mandevilles Drop by for a chat and a live performanceNov 19, 2014 | 10:48The Niagara band The Mandevilles played the Impérial in Quebec City, then 3 of them got up early and came into the Quebec AM studios. A chat and a live performance with singer Serena Pryne, Nick Lesyk and Taylor Laslo.
Daybreak MontrealRetired SQ officer reacts after no charges laid in death of 5-year-old boyNov 19, 2014 | 2:47A Sûreté du Québec investigator won't face charges for the death of a five-year-old boy who died in a car crash in February. Retired SQ officer Michel Martin says the family of the child still have options if they want to pursue further.