Sudha Krishnan

Sudha Krishnan is the host of CBC Montreal News at 11. She is an award-winning journalist who has reported from Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. Born in Montreal, Sudha is a proud alumna of the Concordia University journalism department.

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A Montreal hospital wants giving birth far from home to be safer for Indigenous mothers

Paasa Lemire was getting ready to give birth at home in Kuujjuaq, 1,400 kilometres north of Montreal, when she found out she would have to fly south due to complications. Her biggest fear was coming true.
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Through online classical Indian arts events, our cultural community strengthened its bonds

Now returning to the stage, artists in the greater Montreal area reconnected with their roots during lockdown — and shared their talents with their community.

Public health officials say Montreal now facing opioid crisis

The number of times paramedics in Montreal and Laval administered naloxone to treat overdoses from June to October this year more than doubled compared to the same period last year.

Montreal man quits job, works to inspire kids to replace screens with board games

About a year ago, he quit his job as a genetic toxicologist and launched All Aboard Games. He is now working with more than 50 Montreal-area schools with the aim of getting kids to disconnect from screens and connect more with friends and family.

Health authorities urging at-risk patients to get flu shot, as tough strain predicted this season

Tuccia Faustino, an 84-year-old Montrealer who has diabetes, has avoided getting the flu shot for 20 years. But Quebec's Health Ministry says it's time to rethink that.

One-sixth of schools in Montreal dangerously close to polluted roads: analysis

Is your child's school near a busy road? Despite public health warnings, no zoning changes have been made to prevent new schools from being built near highways.

Ahunstic seniors' residences scramble to find new homes for 78 seniors after EMSB moves to evict them

The English Montreal School Board, which owns the buildings, gave the owners of the two private residences notice that it's terminating the leases on the properties next June.

Quebec hopes to nudge homeowners out of flood zones with disaster relief program

A new disaster relief program, announced Monday by the Quebec government, will set hard caps on the amount of compensation available to homeowners in flood zones, with the goal of encouraging them to move elsewhere.

Montreal SPCA investigating after video of horse collapsing at sugar shack goes viral

Video of the incident,which took place in Saint-Eustache, spread on social media on Saturday and has been watched and shared thousands of times.

Young Montreal environmentalists call on McDonald's to clean up its act

A pair of Grade 3 students at Étoile Filante school in Montreal's NDG district sent a letter and their own packaging prototypes to the corporate giant, urging the fast-food chain to reduce waste.