Montreal

Daybreak Montreal

If it happens in Montreal, listeners hear about it on CBC Montreal's Daybreak.

Weekdays from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. on 88.5 FM in Montreal

Every weekday morning, Sean Henry and the Daybreak team bring you the news you need and the stories you care about, whether it's happening in your neighbourhood or at city hall. (Naskademini)

If it matters to Montrealers, Daybreak is on top of it. Every weekday morning, Sean Henry and the team will bring you the news you need and the stories you care about, whether it's happening in your neighbourhood or at city hall. Daybreak celebrates Montreal in all its diversity, wakes you up, makes you smile and gets your day going.

Contact us

Telephone: (514) 597-4485

Text line: (514) 566-9066

Email: daybreak.montreal@cbc.ca

Twitter: @cbcdaybreak

Facebook: CBC Montreal

Listen to us

CBC Radio One in Montreal (88.5 FM, 104.7 FM)

Listen to the program live between 5:30 and 8:30 a.m. on weekdays or on demand here.

About the host

Sean Henry is a veteran journalist and broadcaster. In his different roles at CBC, from TV news anchor to VJ and reporter, Sean has delivered award-winning journalism that Montrealers and Quebecers count on. He is a Montrealer through and through, with an extensive knowledge of and connection to the many parts of the city and the people in it. 

Sean joined the Montreal newsroom in August 2012 after seven years at CBC Windsor. While in Windsor, Sean regularly anchored for both CBC-TV and Radio, worked as a court reporter and video-journalist. One of the highlights of Sean's time in Windsor was covering civil rights activist Rosa Parks's funeral in Detroit.

Prior to moving to Windsor, Sean reported from the Quebec City courthouse and the National Assembly for Global Quebec. He also worked at 940 News in Montreal, Youth News Network, The West Island Chronicle and Doctor's Review Magazine. 

Sean has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Concordia University. He also has a law certificate from Université de Montreal and has completed coursework with TELUQ and Algonquin College. What's more, he has a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, studies ballet and has trained in circus aerial silks and straps.  He grew up in LaSalle, and now calls the city's east end home.

 

 

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