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    • Doug Bethune - Mon, April 27th
    • Flooding - Tues,April 28th
    • Alzheimers - Wed, April 29th
    • What does spoiled mean to you? - Thurs, April 30th
    • Jim White - Fri, May 1st
    • Politician Pay - Mon, May 4th
    • Fred Walsh - Tues, May 5th
    • Middle Class - Wed, May 6th
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Surgeries Cancelled, Deer Deaths, Misuse of Language, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A metallic black powder found on sterilized equipment at the Halifax Infirmary has led to hundreds of surgeries being cancelled this week. Starvation and collisions are taking a higher than usual toll on New Brunswick's deer population. Grammar pet peeves and language misuses that drive you up the wall, metaphorically speaking.


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Remembering Loretta Saunders, Subway Saviour, Metric Fail

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

The family of Loretta Saunders remembers her, a day after her former roommates pleaded guilty to her murder. A doctor from PEI saves a man whose wheelchair fell on the tracks of a Washington subway. Plus-- Metric Fail. Forty years after the switch, do you still use the imperial system?
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Tax Free Savings Accounts, Prayers in Politics, Ambulance Fees, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

You can now contribute $10,000 to a TFSA, Gail Vaz-Oxlade explains what that means for average Canadians. Cape Breton Regional Municipality ends prayers before council, but many still met in a neighbouring room to pray. On the phone-in, should you be charged for taking an ambulance. Plus, your thoughts on seniors discounts

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P.E.I. Voter's Protest, Seniors' Discounts, Flavoured Tobacco Feedback

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A P.E.I. voter says he's willing to risk jail time and vote for a candidate outside his riding. On the phone-in: are seniors' discounts fair? Plus, your feedback on the N.S flavoured tobacco ban.


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Flood Watch in N.B., Banning Flavoured Tobacco, PEI Fishermen Dig Out

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

We get an update on the river watch in Perth Andover, New Brunswick. On the phone-in, we ask whether you support a ban on flavoured tobacco products. Plus, P.E.I. oyster fisherman struggle through snow-blocked roads to get access to the shore.

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Flavoured Tobacco Ban, Farmer Clem's Closing, Marjorie Willison, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Nova Scotia bans all flavoured tobacco products, but exempts e-cigarettes. A Nova Scotia garden centre is closing four of its five stores due to a shortage in bedding plants after this harsh winter. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your questions. Plus, your driving pet peeves.


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Clayton Miller Review, Bridge Rally, Your Thoughts, Income Tax

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Reporter Wendy Martin debriefs us on the investigation into Clayton Miller's death. A year after the Cherryvale covered bridge floated away in New Brunswick's floods, residents are frustrated there's still no crossing. On the phone in: your income tax questions. Plus, your thoughts on screaming kids in restaurants, and an update on Mel the cat.

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NS Film Protests, Kids in Restaurants, ADHD Medication, Wildcat Move

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

The Nova Scotia film industry is protesting the government's 75% cut of the film tax credit. A Cape Breton restaurateur apologises after saying screaming kids aren't welcome. Dr. Kenny Handelman takes your questions about ADHD medication. Plus, The Moncton Wildcats are facing off against the Halifax Mooseheads...in Fredericton.


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NS Film Tax Credit, Senior Rescue, Your Driving Pet Peeves

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Film industry insiders on meeting with finance minister. Elderly Digby man gets rescued after falling nearly 100 feet down a bank. On the phone-in, your driving pet peeves.

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Texting and Sex Study, Your Wildlife Questions, Pig Rescue

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A UNB researcher tells us about a new study that links constant texting with early teen sex. Biologist Bob Bancroft answers your wildlife questions. Plus, we hear about the rescue of a pig named Pourquoi.


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