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Daybreak Montreal with Mike Finnerty

If it matters to Montrealers, Daybreak is on top of it. Every weekday morning, Mike and the team bring you the news you need and the stories you care about. Daybreak celebrates Montreal in all its diversity, wakes you up and gets your day going.

  • 12:18
    Thousands of students across Montreal won't be in class this week, as they will be protesting against internships that pay nothing. Jessica Mitchell is a second-year sexology student at UQAM she's a member of organisation behind the protest, and and Jacqueline Ohayon is a social work student at McGill who is in the middle of an internship now.
    Nov 19, 2018
  • 11:17
    Quebec Solidaire has decided to take a fresh look at its position on religious symbols in the public service. The current position states that individuals in positions of coercive authority such as judges, police officers and prosecutors should not have religious symbols... but there is deep division at the grassroots level. We speak to Jason Phelps, a social worker and psychotherapist based in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, and member of Quebec Solidaire calling for change.
    Nov 19, 2018
  • 12:17
    Bombardier has been ordered to put a freeze on all sales under its Automatic Securities Disposition Plan ("ASDP") -- which was set up last August. Quebec's oversight body for the financial sector -- the Autorite des Marches Financiers -- has announced they're looking into the company -- and all its annoncements since the late summer. We'll speak to David Baskin, the president of Baskin Wealth Management .
    Nov 16, 2018
  • 08:54
    Daybreak speaks to two of the thousands of Montrealers who have been reflecting on what Stan Lee's comic book creations have meant to them. Jimmy Suzan is a Marvel fan, he also makes comics called The Defiant Edge. Roen Higgens is a big Marvel fan and works as a youth counsellor.
    Nov 13, 2018
  • 13:44
    Daybreak's Shari Okeke speaks with doctors and mothers about using cannabis products during pregnancy, and as they engage in breastfeeding.
    Nov 13, 2018
  • 14:14
    'What Walaa Wants' follows a girl's journey into adulthood from one of the most militant Palestinian refugee camps, the Balata refugee camp near Nablus, to becoming a police officer with the Palestinian Authority. Canadian film-maker Christy Garland joined us in studio to discuss the film ahead of its showing in Montreal.
    Nov 9, 2018
  • 17:54
    Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante joined us in studio, fresh off the presentation of her second budget for Montreal and the anniversary of her election.
    Nov 9, 2018
  • 09:07
    No new cannabis shops will open anywhere in the province for the foreseeable future,according to the SQDC. That includes a shop slated for the area around Berri-UQAM in downtown Montreal, where the black market is thriving. We speak to Louis Letellier de St-Just, the president of CACTUS Montreal.
    Nov 9, 2018
  • 17:37
    Andre Durocher, an inspector with the SPVM's communications division, speaks to us about the changes happening within the police force.
    Nov 8, 2018
  • 13:28
    Bernard St-Laurent talks Quebec Politics on CBC Daybreak. This week: Legault doubts the PLQ's leftover surplus, and how does the new government really feel about the Bombardier Airbus deal?
    Nov 8, 2018
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