Quebec AMDrug rehabilitation centres worried about welfare reformMay 6, 2015 | 13:32168 recovering addicts in Quebec have decided to stop their rehabilitation program since mid-April. They say they can no longer afford to stay at treatment centres, because Quebec has cut back their social assistance payments by 500$ a month.
Daybreak MontrealNew bill to change rules around in smoking in MontrealMay 6, 2015 | 9:04A new bill tabled by Quebec's Liberal government yesterday promises to make a number of changes to smoking rules in Montreal. Daybreak spoke to Peter Sergakis, the owner of several bars and nightclubs, and Dr. Geneviève Bois, the spokesperson Quebec Coali
Daybreak MontrealQuebec government tables anti-smoking billMay 6, 2015 | 9:18The Quebec government has tabled a new bill around smoking laws in Quebec. Daybreak spoke to Lucie Charlebois, Quebec's junior minister for public health, who tabled the bill.
Quebec AMSherbrooke Organization Récupex wants your old clothes!May 6, 2015 | 10:06Récupex in Sherbrooke reuses, recycles and repurposes about four million pounds of clothes a year - and it's getting ready to launch it's 19th annual clothes drive. The organization is also a training platform to help people gain work experience and inte
HomerunQuebec could lead the way in medical marijuana use in hospitalsMay 6, 2015 | 5:55Bill 44 could put Quebec at the vanguard of medical marijuana use in hospitals. Homerun spoke with Dr. Brian Goldman on the possible impact of the bill.
HomerunEMSB and Central Parents Committee scuffle over surveyMay 6, 2015 | 7:42Andrew Ross of the Central Parents Committee says a survey they prepared for parents was never sent out to parents. EMSB Chair Angela Mancini says they have to consult more before giving the green light.
HomerunSugar Sammy performs in "Franglais"May 5, 2015 | 9:37Montreal's Sugar Sammy catches up of with Sonali Karnick about his Franglais show at Olympia Theatre, his tv show Ces gars-là and being nominated for a third Olivier Award.
Quebec AMQuebec City entrepreneur Dominique Brown aims for world chocolate dominationMay 5, 2015 | 11:45Quebec City entrepreneur Dominique Brown founded his video game company, Beenox, when he was still a teen. When he left tech, he bought Chocolats Favoris, which is expanding across Quebec. He told us how he aims to make his chocolate the global favourite.
Daybreak MontrealTeam Canada's Rhian Wilkinson live on DaybreakMay 5, 2015 | 6:21Listen to Rhian Wilkinson talk about the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup, playing for the mighty Strawberries while growing up in Baie-D'Urfé and the importance of grass roots soccer in Canada.
Daybreak MontrealTime is running out for Haitian and Zimbabwean immigrants to get papers in orderMay 5, 2015 | 7:43The federal government has lifted the ban on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe. People have until June to get their paperwork in order. Daybreak spoke to Johny St Paul, a Haitian immigrant living in Montreal and to Marjorie Villefranche, the Director Gen
Daybreak MontrealMontreal police gathering information on rough arrest videoMay 5, 2015 | 9:28A video recording of Montreal police shows a young man being punched repeatedly in the face by officers at a protest last Friday. Daybreak spoke to Cmdr. Ian Lafrenière, who speaks for the Montreal Police and to Clauderic St-Amand, who filmed the video.
Radio Noon MontrealEx-SQ officer says Montreal police punching man "surprising"May 5, 2015 | 5:04Michel Martin, who spent 34 years with the SQ, says that a recent video of Montreal police punching a young man at a May 1st protest in the face is surprising. Martin says there's a time and place for the use of force.
BreakawayTrois-Rivières represented at FIFA Women's World CupMay 5, 2015 | 9:42As Canada prepares to host the FIFA Women's World Cup this summer, Team Canada is getting ready to impress fans at home. The CBC's Peter Tardif spoke with Trois-Rivières' Marie-Ève Nault about making the team.
Daybreak MontrealDorval resident leads Nepal aid efforts after earthquakeMay 4, 2015 | 9:14Ginette Traversy, a Dorval resident and paramedic, left for Nepal to help with aid efforts after the earthquake.