Sean Henry


Sean Henry is a journalist and weekend anchor at CBC Montreal.

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How Deux-Montagnes commuters are avoiding 'mitigation measures' as REM work closes tunnel

Some riders feel the government isn't hearing their concerns by suggesting that the commute with its planned mitigation measures will be slightly longer than the current travel time — and involve three modes of transportation.

EMSB's legal bill for ethics complaints skyrocketed in school year preceding trusteeship

CBC asked for a tally of legal costs through an Access to Information request, after a scathing Ministry of Education report into the board's management found the commissioners' tendency to complain to the ethics commissioner "abusive."

Montreal hunts for more cash by raising fines on bylaw violations

The city is counting on raising $218.6 million next year from various fines, even though this year it raised only $177.8 million this way.

STM promises relief for jam-packed Metro lines, sidelined buses

The public transit agency is expanding on its commitment to run a train every five minutes, at minimum, on both the Metro's Orange and Green line. 

Acquittals in Faubourg-Contrecoeur case don't mean corruption inquiry was pointless: law prof

The acquittal of Frank Zampino and five of his co-accused in the Faubourg-Contrecoeur case wasn't the result Université de Montréal law Prof. Martine Valois was hoping for. Still, she's reassured by the ruling.

Randy Tshilumba guilty of 1st-degree murder in stabbing death of Clémence Beaulieu-Patry

A jury has found Randy Tshilumba, 21, guilty of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Clémence Beaulieu-Patry.

Montreal submits bid to Amazon to become 2nd North American headquarters

The president and CEO of Montréal International has chosen to woo online retail giant Amazon the old-fashioned way: by delivering Montreal’s bid in person.

Montreal protesters don surgical masks, scarves over new face-covering law

Protesters wearing surgical masks and scarves over their faces lined up along a Montreal bus route to rally against a new law that would force anyone using public services, including Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka, to uncover their faces.

Passenger sues Sunwing over lack of 'champagne service' to Cuba

When Daniel MacDuff boarded a Sunwing flight to Cuba in February 2017, he expected the "champagne service" that was advertised. Instead, he was served sparkling wine in a plastic cup. Now he's suing.

Montreal police investigate armed robbery at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital

Montreal police are on the hunt for a 25-year-old suspect after an armed robbery at Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital in the city’s east end this morning. A 59-year-old man has already been arrested.

Kahnawake students learn life skills by raising chickens, doing farm chores

An alternative school in Kahnawake, Que., has found a creative way to get its students to learn: get them to be self-sufficient by planting gardens, raising chickens and building a barn.

Chocolate fair hits Marché Bonsecours this weekend

The smell of chocolate is filling the Marché Bonsecours this weekend.

10 years after De la Concorde overpass collapse, a witness remembers

Claude Girard says he's still uneasy every time he drives over a bridge or overpass, ten years after he helped pull people from rumble of the De la Concorde collapse.

Montreal woman urges Ottawa to fight for release of imprisoned father in China

A Montreal woman hopes that when Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits Canada next week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will discuss the case of her father, who has spent the last 14 years in solitary confinement in China after he was convicted of espionage and terrorism.

Montreal man to drive to Alberta to give toiletries, donations to Fort McMurray

Bruce Munro remembers how much help he got during the Ice Storm of 1998, when his family lost power for nearly a month. Now, he's trying to do the same for the displaced residents of Fort McMurray.