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#CityDoc: Gentrification, a Montreal primer
August 2, 2012
| Two leaders in Montreal's St-Henri neighbourhood talk about the demographic change happening in this former industrial district.
12:59 minutes (17.86 MB)
#CityTalk: Montreal's war on graffiti
July 20, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk takes a look at Montreal's graffiti art scene, finding out how the city is embracing street art on one hand, then taking stern measures against graffiti artists.
#CityTalk: Montreal's street food movement
July 13, 2012
| This week’s #CityTalk looks at calls for more diverse street food vendors in Montreal.
#CityTalk: Urban farmers + Rooftop gardens = Food security in Montreal
July 6, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk segment focuses on urban farming, rooftop gardens and food security in Montreal with Tim Murphy from Santropol Roulant.
#CityTalk: Cultivating Montreal
June 29, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk segment hears from the GTAU-Groupe Travail Agriculture Urbaine about urban agriculture in Montreal.
#CityDoc: A Tale of two cycling visionaries
June 22, 2012
| Bicycle Bob Silverman and Angela Bischoff share their thoughts and feelings about two of Canada's most celebrated cycling visionaries, Montreal's Claire Morissette and Toronto's Tooker Gomberg.
17:07 minutes (23.64 MB)
CKUT 90.3 FM Friday Morning After: Roundtable on Canadian documentary
June 18, 2012
| Friday Morning After host Adam Bemma discusses crowdfunding documentary films with Sarah Spring and Selin Murat from Parabola Films in Montreal.
CKUT 90.3 FM Friday Morning After: Infringement Festival
June 18, 2012
| Friday Morning After host Adam Bemma speaks to Donovan King about this year's Montreal Infringement Festival.
#CityTalk: Bike month coverage
June 15, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk extends its bike week coverage to make June bike month at CKUT's Friday Morning After.
#CityTalk: Talking transit
June 8, 2012
| This week's #CityTalk focuses on public transit with American transit guru Gabe Klein and an interview with Montreal writer and public transit enthusiast Taras Grescoe, author of "Straphanger."
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