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    • Sunday Hunting - Mon, March 9th
    • Art Irwin - Tues, March 10th
    • Grammer - Wed, March 11th
    • Starting Seeds - Thurs, March 12th
    • Home Reno Panel - Fri, March 13th
    • Doug Bethune - Mon, March 16th
    • Fitness - Tues, March 17th
    • No Parole - wed, March 18th
    • Income Tax - Thurs, March 19th
    • Appliance Repair - Mon, March 23rd

Accessible Parking, Light and Mood, Parliament Hill Shooter, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

PEI Council of People with Disabilities calls for stiffer fines for able bodied people who park in accessible parking spots. On the Phone-in: How does light affect your mood? We hear the video Parliament Hill shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau recorded immediately before his attack. Plus, your thoughts on toy guns, Bill C-51 and driverless cars.

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Accessible Parking, Light and Mood, Parliament Hill Shooter, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau


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Deer Rescue, Driverless Cars, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A group of neighbours in Pointe-Verte, N.B., rescue a deer nearly buried in snow, and stuck in the ice. On the phone-in, experts say driverless cars are just a decade away. We ask if you'd ever climb behind a hands-free wheel. Plus, your thoughts on icy sidewalks and who should be on the hook for clearing them. 

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Deer Rescue, Driverless Cars, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A group of neighbours in Pointe-Verte, N.B., rescue a deer nearly buried in snow, and stuck in the ice. On the phone-in, experts say driverless cars are just a decade away. We ask if you'd ever climb behind a hands-free wheel. Plus, your thoughts on icy sidewalks and who should be on the hook for clearing them. 

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Icy Sidewalks, Anti-Terrorism Bill, Toy Guns

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

 Urban planner calls out Halifax for terrible sidewalks, says drivers are being given the priority over pedestrian, prominent academic Craig Forcese takes calls on Bill C-51 and listener comments on whether we need regulations to discourage people from walking around with imitation guns.


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Greenhouses Collapse, Your Job Questions, Toy Guns

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Nova Scotia greenhouses collapse under snow. Tara Talbot from Workopolis answers your job questions. Moncton police respond to string of fake gun calls.

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Dentistry Students Break Silence, Birds in Distress, Your Dog Questions

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

Dalhousie dentistry students publish open letter. Birds struggle to survive harsh winter. Dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay takes your questions.

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Flooded Home, Social Media and Grief, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A family in Summerside PEI has had to leave their home, after a broken fire hydrant filled their basement with seven feet of water. On the phone in, we ask if you think grieving on social media helps or hinders the process of dealing with death. Plus, your thoughts on food waste.


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Gas Pump Warnings, Food Waste, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A Canadian group wants municipalities to put warnings on gas pumps about the damage of climate change. On the phone-in, international food activist and author Tristram Stuart takes on food waste, and what individuals can do about it. Plus, your thoughts on the importance of outdoor play.


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Furnace Explosion, Reena Nerbas, Your Thoughts

Posted by Geraldine Thibeau

A Nova Scotia family is homeless after their furnace exploded  in the middle of the night. All six survived. We hear from Velvet Eisnor, whose 4-month-old baby was with her. On the phone-in: Reena Nerbas offers household solutions on everything from stains to odours. Plus, your thoughts on closing school due to extreme cold.


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