Mark It On The Calendar...

    • Tattoo Regrets - Fri, Nov 28th
    • Dog Behaviour w/ Silvia Jay - Mon, Dec 1st
    • Making Better Wine - Tues, Dec. 2nd
    • Speed Limits - Wed, Dec. 3rd
    • Politically Correct - Thurs, Dec. 4th
    • Accessibility - Thurs, Dec. 5th
    • Ageism - Mon, Dec. 8th
    • Kids & Porn - Tues, Dec 9th
    • Home Heating w/ Art Irwin - Wed, Dec 10th
    • Wildlife Biologist Bob Bancroft - Fri, Dec 12th
    • Everyday Science w/ Mary Anne White - Mon, Dec 15th
    • Seasonal Plants w/ Marjorie Willison - Mon, Dec 22nd
    • Genealogist Terry Punch - Tues, Dec 23rd
    • Christmas Card of the Air - Wed, Dec 24th

Lightbulb Recycling, Painting Qs, Viral Video

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

The federal government backs away from mandatory recycling for compact fluorescent bulbs. Jim White answers your painting and staining questions. Plus, a mother/daughter rendition of Mary's Boy Child takes off online.


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NB Abortion Access, Homelessness, Cannabis Cafe

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

NB's new premier lifts abortion restrictions. What it would take to eradicate homelessness in the Maritimes. Plus, a new Cannabis Cafe opens in Halifax.

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Stolen Urn, Personal Finances, Veterans Mental Health

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A Halifax family searches for a stolen urn containing human remains. Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick answers your questions. A veterans advocate reacts to the Auditor General's report on military mental health. Plus, your memories from the Allan Legere manhunt.

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Stolen Urn, Personal Finances, Veterans Mental Health

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A Halifax family searches for a stolen urn containing human remains. Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick answers your questions. A veterans advocate reacts to the Auditor General's report on military mental health. Plus, your memories from the Allan Legere manhunt.

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Legere Capture, Automotive Qs, Curling Marathon

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Remembering the sense of relief 25 years ago, when escaped murderer Allan Legere was finally captured after 7 months on the lam. Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your questions. Plus, why a New Brunswicker is planning to curl 100 games in 100 clubs across the country this season.


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Flag Worker Hit, Senior Robbed, Winter Tires Phone-In, Hailstones Q

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A traffic control worker in Sydney was sent to hospital after being hit in an apparent case of road rage. A Fredericton senior says she no longer feels safe after being robbed on her bike at five in the afternoon. On the phone-in, we take your questions about winter tires. Plus, an answer to a question about hailstones. 

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New School At Capacity, Shift Work, Your Feedback

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Why a brand new school in Riverview, NB is already at capacity. A call in favour of some form of "segregation" in schools. The latest research on the impact of shift work, and your personal experiences. Plus, more of your thoughts on the value of the family dinner.

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School Segregation, Family Dinners, ISIS New Name

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Concerns that Nova Scotia's new education report could lead to segregation in schools. More of your thoughts on the connection between how you dress and harassment. We ask: Is the family dinner over-rated? Plus, an immigrant settlement group in NS known as ISIS announces a name change.

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Dress Code Debate, Climatologist, Your Feedback

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A school superintendent and a professor in child and youth studies respond to calls for an end to dress codes in schools. Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada, David Phillips, answers your weather questions. Plus, more of your thoughts on cracking down on pedestrians.


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Dress Code, Pedestrians in Crosswalks, Your Feedback

Posted by Maritime Noon

A group of Fredericton students call for an end to the dress code, and the introduction of a sexual assault policy. Your thoughts on cracking down on pedestrians in crosswalks. Plus, your feedback on giving people with a lifetime ban on driving a second chance.
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