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Our Show: November 2010 Archives

Leaving the field

tp-larry-smith-cp.jpgThe Montreal Alouettes are back in town, getting ready to parade the Grey Cup down Ste-Catherine Street tomorrow. Larry Smith is back in town as well. He's president and C.E.O. of the Alouettes. But he's stepping down at the end of next month.

(Photo: Canadian Press)

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Bitter pills?

Big Pharma is considered a pillar of Quebec's economy -- and for more than two decades, the government has offered the industry generous incentives to stay and create jobs. But does that policy still make any sense? Loreen Pindera brings us with the first installment of our week-long series on Quebec's pharmaceutical industry. 

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MORE CBC MONTREAL COVERAGE OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2010/11/26/f-big-pharma-montreal.html

Als fly away with the cup

306-alouettes-greycup.jpgThe montreal Alouettes beat the Roughriders 21 to 18 to winn the Grey Cup for the second year in a row. Sonali Karnick was in Edmonton at the game -- and in the dressing room after the victory.

(Photo: Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

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