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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Yesterday's News #280 - November 28th, 2015




Show #280 - November 28th, 2015

Part 1:


News from Montreal and from Beyond:
November 22 - 28

- Inspector General’s report finds collusion and threats when it comes to Montreal snow clearing contracts
- Charbonneau Commission made public
- Montreal tables 2016 budget
- Quebec prepares to accept over 7,000 Syrian refugees

Part 2:

- A few words about the health supplement industry
- The anniversary of JFK’s assassination


Saturday, November 21, 2015

Yesterday's News #279 - November 21st, 2015




Show #279 - November 21st, 2015

Part 1:


News from Montreal and from Beyond:
November 15 - 21

- Trudeau forging ahead with plan to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees
- Police makes 48 arrest during series of raids against organized crime
- Montreal area man arrested after posting video online threatening Muslims
- Rotating public service strikes continue
- Caisse to invest $1.5 billion U.S. in Bombardier
- STM will not raise fares in January
- SAAQ to give drivers with good records financial break
- Electric taxis to begin rolling in Montreal

Part 2:

- A few words about bias in media
- Are we really good drivers?
- TV service providers forced to change the way channels packaged

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Saturday, November 14, 2015

Yesterday's News #278 - November 14th, 2015





Show #278 - November 14th, 2015

The Best of Yesterday’s News


- A few words about the healthcare system

- WWI and In Flanders Fields

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Yesterday's News #277 - November 7th, 2015




Show #277 - November 7th, 2015

Part 1:


News from Montreal and from Beyond:
November 1 - 7

- Justin Trudeau sworn in as Prime Minister
- Trudeau appoints new cabinet
- Montreal sewage dump may soon get green light
- Bomb threats force evacuation of Quebec schools
- Man murdered in Lachine
- Man stabbed in Dollard
- Loto Quebec makes $889 million over last quarter
- New poll shows Denis Coderre still very popular

Part 2:

- A few words about the new Liberal cabinet
- Think Tank claims tolls the answer to traffic woes

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