Sean Henry


Sean Henry is the host of Daybreak, CBC Montreal's morning radio show.

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Check out the night sky by checking out a telescope from these Montreal libraries

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Robyn Maler, the division head for culture and libraries for the Sud-Ouest borough.

How should the Quebec government tackle the housing crisis?

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Guillaume Houle, a spokesperson for the Association de la construction du Québec, and with Adam Mongrain, the housing policy director at Vivre en Ville.

What's being done in Montreal to address speeding on roads?

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Sophie Mauzerolle, the member of Montreal’s executive committee in charge of mobility and transportation, in the wake of the SAAQ's annual road safety report.

Quebec minister for anglophone affairs on how Bill 96 impacts Montreal English speakers

It's been one week since new provisions of Bill 96 came into effect. Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Eric Girard, finance minister and minister responsible for relations with English-speaking Quebecers, about the impact of these changes, including someone's right to obtain services in English.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante on the smog, Bill 96, housing and more

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante.

Meet the Montreal acclaimed author behind Mystery in the Métro

Heather O'Neill, known for her novels and short stories set in and around Montreal, has a new serialized story coming out. This time, she takes us underground. Daybreak host Sean Henry learns more about her inspiration for the tale and the format in which it's rolling out.

Les Faubourgs aims to create a cultural hub in the east end of Ville-Marie

The new cultural district will be located on Ontario Street East, starting at St-Hubert, and will run to the eastern limit of the borough. Martin Vinette is the director of the Voies Culturelles des Faubourgs. He speaks to Daybreak host Sean Henry about the project.

How this new space at a Montréal-Nord school is aiming to make the area safer

La Place Accueil-en-action is an urban planning project designed by and for students at Calixa Lavallée High School. Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Mikael St-Pierre, the co-ordinator for urban design and mobility at the Centre d’écologie urbaine de Montréal.

How you can start gardening with this fluctuating weather

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Raven Swamp, the greenhouse educator at Karonhianónhnha elementary school in Kahnawà:ke. She also runs a community garden and answers some of your questions about maintaining your own green spaces.

More public restrooms coming to downtown Montreal. Here's where you can find them

Daybreak host Sean Henry speaks with Glenn Castanheira, the executive director for the Downtown Montreal Merchants' Association.