Antoni Nerestant


Antoni Nerestant is a journalist at CBC Montreal.

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CRTC sides with Black Montrealer over use of N-word on Radio-Canada

A Black Montrealer who filed a complaint with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) says he hopes Radio-Canada will use the ruling to become a better public broadcaster.

Access to abortion pills in Quebec too difficult, doctors say

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade, physicians in Quebec say it is too difficult for people in the province to gain access to abortion pills.

Local mayor blasts Montreal's civil security team over response to fire in Montréal-Est

Firefighters have spent the last few days trying to get flames at a reycling plant in Montréal-Est under control. During that time, the city's mayor claims Montreal's civil security officials failed to keep her administration in the loop.

Celebrations underway in Quebec for National Indigenous Peoples Day

It's National Indigenous Peoples Day, and there are celebrations taking place across Quebec and in the greater Montreal area. For organizers, it's a chance to celebrate their Indigenous cultures and show others what their communities are about.

As Montreal cleans up from heavy rains, mayor vows to fight off future floods

A day after Montreal's streets were overloaded with water, staff at a day shelter for people experiencing homelessness scrambled clean up the mess.

Quebec City mosque shooter must get chance at parole after 25 years, Supreme Court rules

Supreme Court of Canada justices examining the sentencing of Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette decided unanimously on Friday that a sentencing provision allowing for consecutive, 25-year blocks of parole ineligibility periods for multiple first-degree murders amounted to "cruel and unusual" punishment.

Legault fires back at Ottawa after comments on Bill 96 and Bill 21

Canada's justice minister weighed in on Quebec's new language law while also offering details about how the federal government would eventually get involved in the legal challenge against the province's controversial, religious symbols law.

Local talent on new pro team look to fuel Montreal's rise as a basketball city

Montreal has a new professional basketball team and it's loaded with local talent. Players aren't just out rack up wins, they want to contribute to Montreal's growing reputation as a basketball city.

Shane Wright, top NHL draft prospect, 'thrilled' about chance to become a Montreal Canadien

The top prospect in this year's NHL Entry Draft says he would love to become a member of the Montreal Canadiens.

Montreal scraps Week-ends du Monde festival with only 2 months notice for participants

The city says growing costs and a labour shortage left it with no other choice but to pull the plug on the Week-ends du Monde festival. This marks the third straight year the event has been cancelled.