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.
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.
Daybreak MontrealMay street in Verdun: Turn-of-the-century homes sold to federal governmentMay 4, 2015 | 5:23Homes from the 1920's and 1990's on May street in Verdun will be demolished when construction on the new Champlain bridge begins. The federal government has now reached deals to buy out those homes.
Quebec AMTomato seeds from space sprouting in Townships classroomMay 4, 2015 | 10:32Teacher Jocelyn Bennett and student Lillie Jacklin at Pope Memorial Elementary in Bury tell us what makes the 'Tomatosphere' project so special.
Quebec AMSherbrooke doctor wants government to make bike helmets mandatory for children under 18May 4, 2015 | 9:19Some doctors in Sherbrooke are disappointed the provincial government is not including manadatory bicycle helmets for people under 18 into their changes to the Quebec's Highway Safety code.
Quebec AMBike helmets should be mandatory for children under 18, doctor saysMay 4, 2015 | 0:31Some doctors in Sherbrooke are disappointed the provincial government is not including mandatory bicycle helmets for people under 18 into their changes to the Quebec's Highway Safety cCde.
Radio Noon MontrealCelebrating Music MondayMay 4, 2015 | 3:49Music Monday is a day to celebrate the importance of music education. Jon Matte of the The Franklin Electric remembers a couple of teachers who helped him develop his passion for music.
HomerunNew website aims to unlock the potential in Montreal's vacant landMay 4, 2015 | 6:51Landemtl is a website that hopes to get Montrealers to make use of vacant land. Mikael St-Pierre is the site's co-founder.
HomerunAnti-semitism pushing French Jews to consider move to QC: local Jewish organizationMay 4, 2015 | 11:01Luciano Del Negro, speaking for the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, says they've seen increasing numbers of French Jews making inquiries about moving to Quebec.
BreakawayRecord-setting fundraising at Wales Home for seniorsMay 4, 2015 | 13:20The Wales Home Foundation far surpassed its $450,000 fundraising goal, raising a record-setting $894,000. The CBC's Rachelle Solomon was at the English-speaking seniors residence for the announcement.