All in a Weekend Montreal | Jan 12, 2014 | 9:45

The "IT" colour of 2014

You'll start to see it on fashion runways, pillows, even cars. The Pantone Color Institute has selected a colour to represent this year and executive director Leatrice Eiseman reveals THE colour for 2014.

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Breakaway - Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach"Feb 18, 2015 | 12:26Breakaway Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach" Audio
Breakaway Claudine Bourbonnais publishes "Métis Beach" Feb 18, 2015 | 12:26Radio-Canada's Claudine Bourbonnais has written her first novel, Métis Beach. She spoke with the CBC's Rachelle Solomon about the story, largely set in the United States, but has firm roots in eastern Quebec.
Quebec AM - Alexis O'Hara's La Couvée recreates womb-like universe at Mois MultiFeb 18, 2015 | 8:22Quebec AM Alexis O'Hara's La Couvée recreates womb-like universe at Mois Multi Audio
Quebec AM Alexis O'Hara's La Couvée recreates womb-like universe at Mois Multi Feb 18, 2015 | 8:22Montreal-based artist Alexis O'Hara created an immersive installation called La Couvée for the 16th edition of Mois Multi. She tells our Julia Caron how the work is inspired by craft, and how it sheds a light on the beauty - and ugliness - of femininity.
Daybreak Montreal - Target Canada bankruptcy leaves TMR company out $50,000Feb 17, 2015 | 9:21Daybreak Montreal Target Canada bankruptcy leaves TMR company out $50,000 Audio
Daybreak Montreal Target Canada bankruptcy leaves TMR company out $50,000 Feb 17, 2015 | 9:21Cesium Telecom, a Montreal company in Town of Mont Royal's industrial park, is out $50,000 after Target Canada's bankruptcy. Daybreak spoke to Cesium Telecom co-owner Sanjay Barkshani about the impact its having on his company.
Quebec AM - Shawinigan council decision to block mosque sparks questions from Quebec MuslimsFeb 17, 2015 | 10:38Quebec AM Shawinigan council decision to block mosque sparks questions from Quebec Muslims Audio
Quebec AM Shawinigan council decision to block mosque sparks questions from Quebec Muslims Feb 17, 2015 | 10:38Shawinigan council has voted unanimously against a zoning change for a new mosque in the city, citing 'fears' expressed to council. We spoke to the Co-President of the Quebec Association of Muslims and Arabs for a Lay Society, Haroun Bouazzi.
Daybreak Montreal - Montrealers say Car2Go not reliable in the coldFeb 17, 2015 | 8:46Daybreak Montreal Montrealers say Car2Go not reliable in the cold Audio
Daybreak Montreal Montrealers say Car2Go not reliable in the cold Feb 17, 2015 | 8:46Daybreak spoke to two Montrealers who say they've been having trouble with Car2Go this winter.
Daybreak Montreal - A Horse Tale raises funds for move to new barnFeb 17, 2015 | 4:05Daybreak Montreal A Horse Tale raises funds for move to new barn Audio
Daybreak Montreal A Horse Tale raises funds for move to new barn Feb 17, 2015 | 4:05A Horse Tale is a horse rescue in Vaudreuil and they are fundraising for an upcoming move to a different barn. Daybreak spoke to Kerri Fenoff, the founder of A Horse Tale, about what they do.
Quebec AM - Learning Without Borders for two Témiscamingue communitiesFeb 17, 2015 | 8:52Quebec AM Learning Without Borders for two Témiscamingue communities Audio
Quebec AM Learning Without Borders for two Témiscamingue communities Feb 17, 2015 | 8:52Two neighbours, living side-by-side, have decided to bridge the social and cultural gap. An ambitious program has been set up in Temiscaming between the Algonquin First Nation and the town of Notre-Dame-du-Nord, called Learning Without Borders. Susan spok
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Radio Noon Montreal Inflated fees for medical services are a growing problem Feb 17, 2015 | 7:42That's according to the people who run a community health clinic in Pointe St-Charles. They've launched an online registry to track medical fees. Dr. Isabelle Leblanc spoke to Radio Noon about the initiative.
Homerun - Bikini Village files for bankruptcy protectionFeb 17, 2015 | 7:55Homerun Bikini Village files for bankruptcy protection Audio
Homerun Bikini Village files for bankruptcy protection Feb 17, 2015 | 7:55Bikini Village announced that they're going into bankruptcy protection today. Sue Smith spoke to Lea Katsanis, a marketing professor at Concordia University about why Quebec retailers are struggling.
Homerun - Patients can report illegal or abusive medical feesFeb 17, 2015 | 7:14Homerun Patients can report illegal or abusive medical fees Audio
Homerun Patients can report illegal or abusive medical fees Feb 17, 2015 | 7:14An online registry was created to encourage patients and health workers to report illegal or abusive medical fees. Sue Smith talked about the impact of this registry with Paul Brunet, the Chair of the Council for the protection of Quebec patients.
Breakaway - Ross Murray: ParentingFeb 17, 2015 | 3:19Breakaway Ross Murray: Parenting Audio
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Daybreak Montreal - Transport Minister says Teamsters are using Quebecers to solve their problemsFeb 16, 2015 | 5:11Daybreak Montreal Transport Minister says Teamsters are using Quebecers to solve their problems Audio
Daybreak Montreal Transport Minister says Teamsters are using Quebecers to solve their problems Feb 16, 2015 | 5:11Transport Minister Robert Poëti says train services should be considered an essential services. He says the Teamsters union is using Quebecers who "have to get to work" to solve their problems.
Daybreak Montreal - Former PM John Turner remembers the dawn of the new Canadian FlagFeb 16, 2015 | 7:16Daybreak Montreal Former PM John Turner remembers the dawn of the new Canadian Flag Audio
Daybreak Montreal Former PM John Turner remembers the dawn of the new Canadian Flag Feb 16, 2015 | 7:16Former Prime Minister John Turner reminisces on the selection process for the Canadian Flag. He joined us from his home in Toronto.
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