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    • Canadiana - Tues, June 30th
    • Summer Reads - Thurs, July 2nd
    • Marjorie Willison - Fri, July 3rd
    • Jim White - Mon, July 6th
    • Dr. Eric Carnegy - Tues, July 7th
    • Art Irwin/Humidity - Wed, July 8th
    • Road Trips - Thurs, July 9th
    • Redheads - Fri, July 10th
    • Terry Punch - Mon, July 13th
    • Discussing Death - Tues, July 14th

Barrington Water Fight, Your Canadian Heritage Minutes

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A group of seniors in Barrington, Nova Scotia are upset that the municipality may shut down their well, due to a liability issue. Plus, the CEO of Historica Canada, the group behind the Heritage Minutes joins us to talk about a Canadian touchstone.

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Independent Dal Dentistry Report, Potato Tampering Reward, Doug Bethune

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

An independent panel has released it's report on the Dalhousie dentistry scandal. Half a million dollars are on the table for information leading the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for tampering with potatoes on Prince Edward Island. Plus, automotive expert Doug Bethune takes your calls.


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Bee Swarm, Your Thoughts, Chef Craig Flinn

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A bee swarm surprises downtown Fredericton. Your feedback on women's self-defence. Chef Craig Flinn takes your grilling comments and queries. Listeners respond to our show on walking.


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Open Letter to Demers-Kennedy, Your Thoughts, Women's Self Defence

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A former classmate of a man convicted of killing his mother regrets not reaching out in high school. Your thoughts on the city of Fredericton buying out a strip club licence. On the phone-in: we take your calls on women's self defence. 

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Chemical Accused Not Guilty, Fredericton Strip Club, Jellyfish, Summer Songs

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Christopher Phillips, the man at the centre of this year's chemical scare case, is found not guilty on all charges. Reaction to Fredericton's decision to buy out the city's last strip club license for 150 thousand dollars. On the phone-in: the mysterious world of jellyfish. Plus, your Summer Song request.

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Pool-Free Summer, Harness Racing Hero, Born To Walk, Wildlife Stories

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Many Maritimers won't be sitting poolside this summer, after a tough winter wrecks hundreds of backyard pools. Wakizashi Hanover, the colt owned by six Nova Scotians, wins one of the biggest harness races in North America. On the phone-in, the benefits of taking a hike with "Born to Walk" author Dan Rubinstein. Plus, your wildlife stories.


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Metal Detectors for PEI Potatoes, PEI Theives Own Up, Bob Bancroft

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Millions in government funds have been set up to help PEI potato farmers buy metal detectors. PEI thieves thought by Dog the Bounty Hunter to be escaped murderers own up to shoplifting, and repay the store's owner after being identified on social media. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your questions about wildlife. Plus, another summer song entry. 

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Beluga's Back, Marjorie Willison, Songs of Summer

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A young beluga whale exploring Nova Scotia is now in Liverpool. Officials are trying to get a skin sample to see if the whale is from the St. Lawrence or the Arctic. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions. Plus, we kick off our summer song special, and ask you to tell us a song that reminds you of a summer memory. 

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Pope on Climate Change, Career Colleges, Cougar Sightings

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

The Pope says climate change is real, and there's a moral imperative to take action against it. After a CBC Nova Scotia investigation finds shockingly high default rates on student loans for private career colleges, we ask you if your education was good value for money. Plus, your reports of cougar sightings across the Maritimes.


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Eastern Cougar, Juice and the Canada Food Guide, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the Eastern Cougar is extinct and should be removed from the endangered species list. Wildlife expert Bob Bancroft disagrees. On the phone-in: Juice and the Canada Food Guice. Does the guide influence what you eat? Plus, your stories of food lacking flavour.

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