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Expert: Are mosquitoes driving you crazy?

Published: 24Jul2019

It is a particularly bad mosquito season in Montreal. "More snow in winter, more floods in spring, you'll get more mosquitoes." (Source: CBC)

NAFTA: Everything you wanted to know

Published: 17Aug2017

Confused by NAFTA? You're not alone. McGill poli-sci professor Krzysztof Pelc joins host Rebecca Ugolini to take your questions and demystify the agreement, which is under renegotiation....

Advocates say Nova Scotia has some of highest barriers to abortion

Published: 15Aug2017

Jennifer Fishman, associate professor in the biomedical ethics unit of the social studies of medicine department at McGill University, said the ethical problems that arise from making women wait...

How do you create a perennial winner? Ask McGill's baseball team

Published: 7Nov2016

"We've been lucky to have a lot of really good ball players, really good kids come through the program." Head coach Jason StarrRead more: CBC News 

Unregulated 'internet of things' industry puts us all at risk

Published: 26Oct2016

"Back in the 1970s, for much of the 1980s, and even into the 1990s, it was hard to foresee just how integrated this far-flung global infrastructure would become with every aspect of our lives and...

From election campaigns to dishonest monkeys: Why we're hard-wired to lie

Published: 21Oct2016

According to McGill University's Victoria Talwar, there are two main categories of lies: deceptions that are motivated by self-interest and lies that are designed to benefit others. CBC News