Morgan Dunlop

Morgan Dunlop is a reporter with CBC Montreal.

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Prince Hamlet's signing narrator a 'storyteller that reflects the world' around us, director says

At the theatre, you may spot an interpreter at the sidelines — their hands, moving fluidly to capture in sign language what the actors are saying on stage. But a version of Hamlet that's just come to Toronto will reinterpret that role on the stage itself.

Homeless and pregnant in Toronto: 1 woman tells her story

Only a small percentage of the 120 homeless women who will give birth in the city this year will end up keeping their babies, according to Toronto Public Health. The rest of the babies will be taken by child protection services. Here's one homeless and pregnant woman's story.

Self-testing kit for sexually transmitted infections may be coming this fall

This fall, Canadian women may be able to self-administer tests for sexually transmitted infections from the comfort of their own homes, for less than $100. But some physicians warn self-testing comes with risks.

188 homebuyers left waiting as courts untangle abandoned construction projects

It's a dream turned nightmare for Toronto homebuyers who decided to purchase homes from developer Urbancorp, which is now mired in legal proceedings after filing for bankruptcy protection.

188 homebuyers left waiting as courts untangle abandoned construction projects

It's a dream turned nightmare for Toronto homebuyers who decided to purchase homes from developer Urbancorp, which is now mired in legal proceedings after filing for bankruptcy protection.

Mississauga students win $50K for developing microbead filtration system

They measure less than a millimetre but pose a toxic threat to our Great Lakes, and a group of Mississauga high school students wants to help zap them.

Jeff Healey Park's musical playground too noisy for some neighbours

A Toronto playground designed to encourage children’s musical dreams is becoming a nightmare for those who live nearby.

Montreal man to pay $62K in taxes after renting out properties on Airbnb

A Montreal man who has boasted about earning more than $200,000 from Airbnb says Revenu Québec is now charging him more than $60,000 in sales and hotel taxes.

Black History Month: Slavery, blackface, even Lil Wayne in high school show

A twin brother and sister duo put on a show for Montreal high school students to prompt them to reconsider their beliefs about race and what they think they know about black history.

Gabriella wows France's The Voice and judge Mika

Quebec artist Gabriella, 22, wowed judges on France's The Voice and her performance has been viewed online more than 4.6 million times.

Lachine balcony fall survivor on road to recovery

Allan Nabinacaboo has spent the past two months in the hospital and a rehab centre recovering from the 15-metre fall from his balcony.

Pointe-Claire man combs garbage for charity

Maurice Parkes, 82, collects cans and bottles from garbage bins in his West Island neighbourhood to raise money for local charities.

Quebec teen terror case judge rejects request to throw out charge

Quebec Youth Court Judge Dominique Wilhelmy has rejected a request to throw out one of the terrorism charges against a Lachine teenager, saying there is enough evidence to move forward.

Quebec nurses' union launches hotline for complaints about health care system

Health care workers are being reprimanded when they speak out about the on-the-ground problems in healthcare, the Fédération Interprofessionnelle de la Santé du Quebec says. So the union is launching a hotline to take in anonymous complaints from the public.

This weekend: Events under Montreal overpasses

The CBC takes a look at three public events taking place under overpasses.

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