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    • Gardening w/ Marjorie Willison - Fri, Aug 22nd
    • Automotive Expert Doug Bethune - Mon, Aug 25th
    • Collaborative Care - Tues, Aug 26th
    • Giving Permanent Residents the Vote - Wed, Aug 27th
    • Personal Environmental Impact - Thurs, Aug 28th
    • Maritime Bucket List - Fri, Aug 29th
    • Dog Behaviour Expert Silvia Jay - Mon, Sept 2nd
    • Car Dependency - Tues, Sept 3rd
    • Transition to University - Thurs, Sept 4th
    • Purposeless Walk - Fri, Sept 5th
    • Chimney Sweep - Mon, Sept 8th
    • Medical Mistakes Registry - Tues, Sept 9th
    • Social Isolation of Seniors - Wed, Sept 10th
    • Gardening Expert Marjorie Willison - Fri, Sept 12th
    • Swearing - Mon, Sept 15th
    • Everyday Science w/ Mary Anne White - Tues, Sept 16th
    • Sleep Doula - Wed, Sept 17th
    • Heating Expert Art Irwin - Thurs, Sept 18th
    • Banning Laptops - Fri, Sept 19th
    • Appliance Repair w/ Aaron Publicover - Mon, Sept 22nd
    • Paint Expert Jim White - Thurs, Sept 26th

PEI Murder, NB Exhibition, Women in Sport

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Community reaction following a double-murder in PEI. Why NB has banned events like the demolition derby and tractor pull at the exhibition in Fredericton. Plus, do we need to do more to support women in sport in the Maritimes?
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Grand Manan Mourns, Preserving the Harvest, Feedback

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The island of Grand Manan mourns as the first funeral for the victims of the Air Ambulance crash begins. Hundreds of first responders paid their respects to paramedic William Mallock. On the phone in, we discuss trips for preserving the harvest. Plus-- your thoughts on rats and rainbows.
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Hospital Rodents, Rainbow Valley Memories

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The Cape Breton Regional Hospital is dealing with rodents, after a rat was spotted in the basement. On the phone in, you share your memories of Rainbow Valley and we speak with the film-makers behind a new documentary about PEI's favourite amusement park. 
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Grand Manan Crash, Bob Bancroft, Feedback

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The small community of Grand Manan, NB is grieving after the deaths of a pilot and a paramedic in an air ambulance crash this weekend. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your questions. And, your thoughts on preserving Acadian culture.
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Meter Feeders, Acadian Culture, Your Feedback

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A group in Lunenburg is feeding strangers' parking meters in an attempt to ease tensions around the parking issue in that town. We hear what you're doing to preserve Acadian culture and the French language. Plus, a final point on the evolution of the English language.
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Parking Meters, Genealogy Qs, Your Feedback

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Why Lunenburgers are calling on town officials not to ticket tourists parked at expired meters. More of your thoughts on whether we're car-dependent in the Maritimes. Genealogist Terry Punch helps trace your family tree. Plus, the pros and cons of giving kids more freedom.

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Car-Dependent NBers, Protective Parents, Your Feedback

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A UNB study suggests New Brunswickers are overly-dependent on cars, and it's having an economic impact. Your feedback on whether our tax dollars are well-spent. Plus, we ask: Are today's parents overly-protective?

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Too Much Taxation, Evolving English Language, Lightning Boy

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A new report shows the average Canadian family spends more on taxation than they do on the basic necessities. Your feedback on another PEI fish kill. A conversation about the evolving English language. Plus, hear how a baby boy survived a lightning strike in his nursery.

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PEI Fish Kill, Sleep Disorders, Feedback

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Yet another fish kill in PEI. We touch base with a biologist involved in the clean-up. A sleep expert shares her tips and tricks for getting a good night's sleep. Plus, your feedback on the NB family sleeping in tents following a train derailment back in January.
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Homeless After Derailment, Gardening Qs, Acadian Congress

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We speak to a family in Wapske, NB who say their house is un-liveable due to damage following a train derailment in January. They say they've been sleeping in tents for more than a month and CN is to blame. Your feedback on anti-abortion protesters in PEI using graphic photos. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions. Plus, we hear about the launch of the World Acadian Congress.
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