Habs' season, plastic bag ban, FHRITP: This week on Daybreak

Check out what our listeners had to say about the top stories this week and take a look back at some of the stories you might have missed.

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You had a lot to say this week about whether to ban single-use plastic bags in Quebec, the end of the Montreal Canadiens season, our chat with an UberX driver and the man who was fired for participating in the FHRITP phenomenon.

Each Friday, our Previously on Daybreak segment shares your text messages, emails, tweets and Facebook posts about stories you've heard on the show throughout the week.

Here's what listeners had to say this week:

Listener feedback to stories on Daybreak from this past week.

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Some highlights from this week on Daybreak included CBC's Shari Okeke's story about a family that wouldn't exist if it weren't for the Montreal Children's Hospital, an update with Vietnamese-Montrealer Mai Duong and an interview with Dorval resident Ginette Traversy, who recently got back from an aid trip to Nepal.

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