Cinq a SixTriplex Nervosa Playwright Marianne AckermanApr 25, 2015 | 16:38Marianne Ackerman talks about her newest play called Triplex Nervosa - set in the Mile End neighbourhood, it is described as '. A comedy about art, property and the trials and tribulations of nouveau-hipster neighbourhoods.'
Cinq a SixJosh Dolgin aka socalled releases PeoplewatchingApr 25, 2015 | 21:40Josh Dolgin aka socalled dropped by to tell us about his brand new record called Peoplewatching and to play a song from it.
Daybreak MontrealChilly Gonzales comes home to Montreal with new chamber music album, ChambersApr 24, 2015 | 4:35Gonzales is best known for the 1,2,3,4 Apple song with Feist but he's a classically trained pianist now writing for piano and string quartet.
Quebec AMAquamation: New alternative in the funeral industryApr 24, 2015 | 9:44Le Sieur funeral home in Granby is the only place in Quebec currently offering aquamation services, which uses hot water rather than fire to dispose of a body. Funeral director Charles Arseneault explains.
Daybreak MontrealArmenian genocide remembered by 101-year-old survivorApr 24, 2015 | 9:56Daybreak's Shari Okeke speaks with Armenouhi Tenkerian-Piliguian, a 101-year-old Montrealer who is a survivor of the Armenian genocide, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the genocide.
Cinq a SixMusician and composer Chilly Gonzales talks about his persona and his inspirationApr 24, 2015 | 16:03Chilly Gonzales is touring with a new album for piano and string quartet. He says the tunes are inspired by Bach and Daft Punk. Chilly talks to Jeanette at the grand piano at Radio-Canada.
Radio Noon MontrealDo girls- and boys-only schools still have a place in our society?Apr 24, 2015 | 6:00After Villa Maria school in Montreal announces it will take on male students in the 2016 school year, Radio Noon speaks to McGill's professor Jon Bradley.
Quebec AMUnearth Our Past: Students performing at Blue MetropolisApr 24, 2015 | 11:30We've been following two high school classes through the winter,
and now spring is here, the research and hard work they put into the high school project 'Unearth Our Past' has blossomed. Our Julia Caron brings us a taste of their final presentation.
Daybreak MontrealPatients from the Royal Victoria are getting ready for the move to the MUHC Glen siteApr 24, 2015 | 8:28Patients from the Royal Victoria Hospital will be transfered to the Glen site of the MUHC on Sunday and the new hospital will open to the public. Daybreak spoke to 79-year-old Hazel Glenn Raimondo, she's a patient at the Royal Vic, and her daughter Tina R
HomerunQuebec plans to build major new power line, despite local objectionsApr 24, 2015 | 7:25Pierre Cyr is with the group "Citizens under high tension," or "Citoyens sous haute tension." They say the new Quebec power line is a threat to the environment.
HomerunVolunteers bid a fond farewell to the Royal Victoria HospitalApr 24, 2015 | 8:00Nevine Fateem is the long-time volunteer manager at the Royal Victoria Hospital. This weekend, she prepares to bid farewell to the Vic in advance of the move to the Glen site.
Daybreak MontrealNew parents pay hackers $3,000 to retrieve baby pictures and videosApr 23, 2015 | 16:04St-Lambert mother Angèle Bisaillon paid hackers nearly $3,000 in Bitcoins to retrieve baby pictures and videos. Hackers locked her out of accessing her photos on her computer.
Quebec AMRailway replaced with bicycle path in BeauceApr 23, 2015 | 11:39A portion of the Quebec Central Railway in the Beauce will soon be turned into a bike path. A local rail operator says this is bad news for local industries, as well as the province's carbon footprint.
Daybreak MontrealAéroports de Montréal under fire from some Dorval citizens over golf courseApr 23, 2015 | 7:32Aéroports de Montréal is coming under fire from some Dorval citizens and golf enthusiasts. They don't want to lose their 9-hole course which the city has been leasing from ADM for 20 years and many local seniors say is just right for them.
HomerunHow does being a father affect a stand-up comedian's act?Apr 23, 2015 | 9:25Comedian Ali Hassan started his career in Montreal and he's back, performing at the Comedy Nest this weekend. Ali Hassan joined Homerun's Sonali Karnick to talk about how having a family changed his comedic work.