Sara King-Abadi is a journalist at CBC Montreal.
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Cyclists take to social media to call out vehicles that block bike lanes
A group of Montreal cyclists is hoping a popular new Facebook group called #dansmapiste propels local politicians and police to crack down on when a car or truck blocks a bike path.
How a Montreal illustrator is using art to buy much-needed menstrual products for homeless women
Tricia Robinson purchases pads, tampons and menstrual cups for Montreal's homeless women with the proceeds from a $14 print she sells online called Periods: They Exist.
3 local wines to try in time for Canada Day weekend
A wine expert gives her picks for Canadian wines available at the SAQ ahead of the Canada 150 celebrations.
'Forgotten art': Indigenous chef debuts traditional menu in Montreal
The tasting menu is one step in bringing those traditions to the table in a city where Indigenous dishes are often absent from the menu.
Meet the Pierrefonds florists who are trying to keep up with Mother's Day orders in the flood zone
Mother's Day is usually the busiest day of the year for Camille Fleuriste-Boutique in Pierrefonds, but the two feet of murky flood water that has blocked access to the store has left the owners struggling to keep the business going this year.
World Wide Hearing Foundation will use grant to fund teleaudiology project
A Montreal-based non-profit has been awarded a $750,000 grant from Google to help children with hearing loss around the world.
'You've got to love the kids': Montreal plastic surgeon honoured for years of work with children
Meet the plastic surgeon known for his work at the Montreal Children's Hospital.
Montreal YouTuber sits down with hip hop heroes
For the past six years the popular YouTube channel Montreality has been putting out an average of 80 interviews a year with different hip-hop artists.
New First Nations courses at Lakeside Academy open students up to different cultures
Lakeside Academy is working to give students a deeper understanding of First Nations communities, starting with the Mohawk culture course in the seventh grade.
New real estate rules leave some first-time buyers in the cold
One real estate agent called the regulations "dangerous" for the housing market, and rough for millennials in particular.