Elysha Enos is a journalist with CBC Montreal.
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74 years after WW II Italian campaign, Quebecer's lost backpack to come home
An Italian collector of Second World War memorabilia who found a backpack belonging to a Canadian infantryman who fought alongside Allied forces in the Italian campaign became obsessed with finding its owner. Now he has.
What's the buzz? Montreal's Alvéole spreads to U.S., other provinces
Alvéole works with businesses and schools to help them raise bees and lead beekeeping workshops in Montreal and an ever-growing list of other cities.
Conversation series offers connection, safe spaces around Montreal
Joanna Chevalier and Harry Julmice's Never Was Average has gone from grassroots to being backed by the MMFA and Lululemon in just 2 years.
Tornado rips through campground north of Montreal
Flipped vehicles, downed power lines, snapped trees, and gazebos tossed around like backyard playsets are being cleared by those who found themselves in a tornado's path Thursday evening, in the province's Lanaudière region.
Head of NFB says budget numbers filmmakers are blasting are wrong
As the National Film Board prepares to move into its new headquarters in Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles, the NFB's commissioner is defending itself from independent filmmakers' allegations of "administrative bloat."
City asks Montrealers to check on neighbours during heat wave
Montreal is starting to simmer through its first heat wave of 2019, and Mayor Valérie Plante said an intervention will be launched if the risk to public health becomes an emergency.
Organizers' silence after woman's Ironman Mont-Tremblant death made things worse, witness says
A witness to the death of Florida triathlete Jill Levy Morris at an Ironman 70.3 event in Mont-Tremblant last month says the way organizers handled the aftermath of the incident only made a tragic accident worse.
Drama, artistry, acrobats: Montreal circus performers go beyond the big top
The 10th edition of Montréal Complètement Cirque festival is taking place parks and theatres all over the city.
On the 140th anniversary of Mary Gallagher's murder, historian appeals to city to mark Griffintown sites
There are no statues or commemorative plaques marking the story of Irish settlement of old Griffintown, says Irish Montrealer Donovan King, who is asking Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante to help preserve the hip neighbourhood's historic past.
Montreal International Jazz Festival spotlights local acts for 40th edition
With nothing to prove, making local artists and neighbourhoods the focal point this year just made sense to organizers.
What's next for 217 Young, a building from Griffintown's working-class past?
Take a tour of the building Centaur has been quietly making its sets in for decades, before it's gone.
Quebec's largest school board won't apply religious symbols law — at least for now
The Commission Scolaire de Montréal voted unanimously to delay apply Quebec's new secularism law until a proper consultation process with its internal groups can be carried out.
Public consultations into systemic racism, discrimination begin in Montreal
The hearing follows 20,000 signatures being gathered last summer demanding a public consultation on what they say is systemic racism and discrimination against visible minorities and others in various sectors of city life.
Chronic anger linked to chronic illness in older adults, suggests Montreal-based study
There’s no reason to feel guilty about feeling negative emotions like anger, but people should be aware of the long-term impact they can have on health, say Concordia researchers.
Plateau-Mont-Royal borough Mayor Luc Ferrandez leaving politics
Ferrandez made the announcement Tuesday, saying the Plante administration isn't doing enough to slow down "the rate at which we are destroying our planet."