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Opposition to Shediac campground, Trenton store turns 100, Stiupid is the new smart

Fight to stop a big new campground in Shediac, NB Trenton convenience store celebrates 100 years operated by same family Phone in asks if we're mistaking opinions for facts

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Volunteer archaeologists wanted, Selling old clothes by weight, Saving whales from old ropes

Industry Museum in Stellarton NS looking for volunteers to qork on dig Saint John charity sells used clothes by weight Canadian Wildlife federation scientist Sean Brillant takes calls about whales becoming entangled with fishing gear Feedback on turbin

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Tidal turbine lawsuit, Petitcodiac clean water campaign, Oversharing online

NS fishermen challenge turbines in Bay of Fundy Water group draws attention to wastewater problem Phone-on on oversharing online Feedback on relationships & epic journeys

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Police investigate missing cats, Loon watch volunteers, Good relationships

Truro police investigate missing cats Kejimkujik park scientists seek volunteers to count loons Phone in on building health relationships Feedback on UNESCO heritage sites

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Hit & run cyclist's wife, Elsie Wayne dies, Reliving a 60s canoe trip, Nominating UNESCO sites

Wife of Halifax cyclist injured in hit and run updates his condition Remembering Elsie Wayne Fredericton man on 50th reunion of canoe trip friends Phone-in on nominating Maritime UNESCO World Heritage Sites PEI woman talks about her 4 metre tall sunfl

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Wigs for cancer patients, Food bank operates from truck, Olympic memories

Moncton hospital sets up wig salon for cancer patients Cape Breton outreach group forced to operate from truck after losing permanent home Veteran CBC commentator Steve Armitage takes calls on Olympic memories

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Hospital wedding, Gardening expert, Urban sprawl

PEI bride gets married in hospital after her mother is hurt in car crash Marjorie Willison on gardening Your feedback on urban sprawl

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Water shortages, Happy places in the Maritimes, Bad smeel in Lunenburg

Shelburne fire department offers free showers to people without water Nature Conservancy Trust seeks people's Happy Places (phone in) Dry weather leads to a bad smell in Lunenburg

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Impact of ALS, Golf tourney needs caddies, Impact of urban sprawl

Head of ALS Society of NB and NS talks about impact of ALS following death of Liberal MP Call for volunteer caddies for Cape Breton Open Phone in on the costs of urban sprawl

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Trudeau visits NS, Sick dogs from US, Participation trophies

PM Justin Trudeau on Atlantic Canada concerns NB vet warns about bringing sick rescue dogs to Maritimes from US Parenting expert Richard Greenberg takes calls on the value of participation trophies

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Whale rescue, Car expert Doug Bethune

Fisherman Mackie Greene describes how he helped rescue a whale tangled in fishing gear Car expert Doug Bethune takes listener calls

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Wells dry up, reviving vinyl. Methadone feedback

Dry weather in Yarmouth NS means busy time for water carriers Kevn Beal of Black Buffalo Records takes questins about vinyl and people's favourite LPs Feedback on prescription drug abuse

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Firefighters thanked, Former prescription drug addict, Doctor's advice on addiction

NS Premier Stephen McNeil thanks forest firefighters Former prescription drug addict Chris Cull talks about his campaign to raise awareness Dr Sam Hickcox takes calls on dealing with addiction Feedback on the lost art of writing letters

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Forest fire update, Free ice time in Amherst, the joy of writing letters

Update on the NS forest fire Amherst waives ice time fees for skaters, hockey teams The lost art of letter writing. Sisters Starr Dobson and Shannon Cunningham talk about their year of staying in touch, only through letters

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Hiking ban impact, Saving sand dunes, Rugby medal win

Owners of hiking adventure companies react to news that hiking trails are now closed because of fire risks Sand dune expert Robin Davidson-Arnott on the important role dunes play in preserving our coastlines St. FX women's rugby coach on Canada's Women'

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Forest fire update, paint advice, oyster shucking winner

Nova Scotia Dept. of Natural Resources update on forest fires near Kejimkujik National Park Jim White's expert advice on painting Update on who won oyster shucking competition

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Derelict Ships, Oyster Shucking, Gardening

Abandoned ships: MP Bernadette Jordan says there needs to be changes in how we deal with derelict ships. She has a motion on the matter that's still up for discussion. Shucking competition: the Canadian Oyster Shucking Championships will be live-streame

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Glace Bay Food Bank, Pokemon Go Snacks, Adults and Play

Canadians offer help after someone threw what appears to be heating oil over a large section of the Glace Bay Food Bank Garden. Hawksley Menard,10, is cashing in on the Pokemon craze by running a snack concession stand for players. Adults and play: Dr.

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MMIW, Sex Education, Video Difference

MMIW: Heidi Marshall from the Nova Scotia Native Women's Association says she's hopeful about the MMIW inquiry B.C. sexual health educator Saleema Noon gives us the talk on how to talk to your kids about sex Plus: Your thoughts on the closure of Video

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Derek Hatfield, Automated Jobs, Video Difference

Sailors around the world are mourning the loss of Maritimer Derek Hatfield, who sailed around the world twice. In 2009, he spoke with the CBC's Amy Smith. Automated jobs: The Brookfield Institute at Ryerson says 42% of Canadian jobs are at risk of autom

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Tower Climbers, Moths, Home Renos, Hospital Food Feedback

Two teens climbed a high-powered transmission tower in N.B. and posted the video online. We speak with one of those teens, Justin Kennedy, and get reaction from NB Power. Wayne Mann, of Mann's Garden Centre in Tide Head, helped cleanup millions of moths

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Gender-Based Violence, Senator Qualities, Port Joli Land, Remembering Robin Drodge

Minister of Status of Women, Patty Hajdu, is in Halifax hearing about gender-based violence. What qualities would you want to see in a senator? Senator Jim Cowan and columnist and author Dan Leger weigh in. Port Joli Land: Three landowners donate almos

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Veterans Canada, Stolen Beets, Hospital Food, Miller Lake Dragon

The Veterans Affairs office will re-open in Sydney, Nova Scotia. We hear from the federal minister of Veteran's Affairs Ken Hehr, and veteran Ron Clarke. Stolen Beets: Olga McCabe-Cane's beets were stolen from a community garden in Truro, but a police o

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Mystery Shipwreck, Pitbulls, Bored Kids, Montague Pride

The Canadian Coast Guard came across a shipwreck off the coast of Nova Scotia. Katie Cottreau-Robins from the Nova Scotia museum tells us more. Your thoughts on a N.S. doggy daycare hosting a day dedicated to pit bulls. Bored Kids: University of Windso

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Lightning Fire, Pit Bull Day, Summer Injuries, Pride Signs

A lightning storm leaves a Queensland family homeless. Michele Coons shares her story. JollyTails doggy daycare owner Tristan Flynn tells us why he decided to dedicate a day to pit bulls. Physiotherapist Keltie Cheney shares how to prevent, and heal

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UNESCO at UPEI, CFA Feedback, Marjorie Willison

UNESCO is establishing a chair in Island Studies and Sustainability at UPEI. Co-chair and professor Godfrey Baldacchino tells us more. Your thoughts on the term "come from away" or CFA. Plus: gardening tips from Marjorie Willison.

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MP Rescue, Come From Away

Nova Scotia MP Bill Casey helps rescue two teens from the Northumberland Strait. Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison says Atlantic Canadians need to stop using the phrase "come from away" or CFA. We ask whether the term needs to go.

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Cape Split Rescue, Montague Pride Feedback, Lifestyle Changes, Mistaken Identity, More Twinning Feedback

Erin Handspiker shares her experience of falling from Cape Split while trying to rescue her dogs Your thoughts on the town of Montague not flying a pride flag, or any flag. Dr. Larry Goldenberg is trying to get men to make small lifestyle changes. We

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Montague No Flag, George Iny, Ferry Newser

There will be no gay pride flag flying in Montague, PEI. In fact, the town doesn't even have a flag pole. CAO Andrew Daggett explains the town's no proclamation policy. George Iny from the Automobile Protection Assocation takes your calls. Plus: Northu

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Crosby Experience, Twinning Feedback, Genealogist Terry Punch

A dream come true: How a blind, sick young man from Newfoundland managed to meet his idol— Sidney Crosby. Would you be willing to pay tolls to twin highways? We hear your thoughts. Plus, genealogist Terry Punch answers your family questions.

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Highway tolls, Stressed out kids, Garbage clean-up

Highway twinning advocate Bruce Hetherington on possibility of paying for roads with tolls Feedback to fire ant invasions Psychologist Stuart Shanker on self-regulating children's behaviour to reduce stress PEI beach walker builds structures out of the

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Removing dumped couch, GPS Failures, Fire any advice

NS MLA Brendan Maguire helps remove dumped couch from pristine lake Feedback on GPS failures Pest control Dave Holland's advice on fighting fire ants Feedback on NB beer price drop

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Cheaper NB beer, GPS error, Pension future

Moosehead brewery reaction to NB decision to cut beer prices, to stop cross-border shopping Google Maps error leads hikers to woman's remote house Pension expert James Pierlot on the future of defined benefit plans Feedback on drinking pop

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Taxi dash cams, Pop addiction, vacation disasters

Head of Halifax taxi association suggests dash cams as a way of preventing assaults on women Health psychologist Dr. Michael Vallis on pop addiction Feedback on vacation disasters

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Senate campaign, Preventing HIV, Doug Bethune car advice

PEI man starts petition to support application for a senators' job Pill effective in preventing HIV not covered by Maritime provinces Auto expert Doug Bethune offers advice

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Senator Search, Prosthetic eye feedback, Marjorie Willison advice

Member of NS advisory board processing applicants for Senator positions Reaction to a blind woman's fight to get the NB government to pay for prosthetic eyes Marjorie Willison's gardening advice Feedback on great cars

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Blind woman's campaign, Gap year feedback, Family vacation disasters, Kids and Summer feedback

Cheryl Gillespie of Fredericton campaigns to have her prosthetic eyes covered by medicare Feedback on taking a gap year Author Kathy Buckworth joins phone-on vacation disasters Feedback on how kids spend summer

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Rabies vaccine, Good deed, Gap year advice, Best car feedback

NB vet on provincial campaign to vaccinate wild animals against rabies Owner of Cape Breton store helps vacationers who lost their credit card St. Mary's University career counsellor Karen Schaffer offers advice on gap years Your memories of favourite

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Driver rammed by vehicle, Deportation feedback, Sharing favourite car stories

Woman describes being deliberately rammed by another driver Feedback about US couple facing deportation from NS Moncton classic car show organizer & listeners share stories of their favourite cars

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Facing deportation, Paint advice, Canada Post feedback

US couple fighting to stay in Nova Scotia after moving back long after landed immigrant status expired. Paint expert Jim White offers advice Feedback on the possibility of industrial action at Canada Post

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Canada Post Strike, Kids & Summer, Bruce MacKinnon's Order of Canada

The impact of a possible Canada Post strike or lockout Charles Pascal, Psychology professor at U of T, talks about what to with children during the summer Cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon on being named to the Order of Canada

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War Vet Gets Bed, Food trucks, Women Lobster Captains

Son of Norwegian war veteran Petter Blindheim talks about finally moving his father into a veterans' hospital Luc Erjavec, Restaurants Canada and Karl Warne, owner of Tin Pan Alley foodtruck, talk about the food truck business Three female lobster capta

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Incompetent Persons Act, Camp fire bans, Arborist phone-in

Landon Webb on ending of Incompetent Persons act and living with his own decisions\ Campground owner Deb Cameron on the ban on fires Arborist John Simmons phone-in guest on trees

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Burned-out RVer, Silvia Jay, Ham Radio Feedback

Ohio family moving to Cape Breton loses everything in RV fire Silvia Jay's dog advice Feedback on last week's Ham Radio phone-in

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Doctor Responds, Marjorie Willison, Endangered Fish

A doctor who dumped his patient denies it has anything to do with municipal politics. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your calls. The CBC's Paul Withers on efforts to save the endangered white fish - including stunning the fish's main predator.

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Dumped By Doctor, Credit Card Charges Feedback, Ham Radio Operators, Fostering Feedback

Kings County politician says he was dumped by doctor over land use dispute Your feedback about credit card charges Ham radio operators Bryan Allen in Halifax and George Dewar in PEI share their experiences Feedback about whether to pay foster parents

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Senator Duffy Opinion Poll, Pension Changes, Credit Card Charges, Raccoon Caught

Don Mills, CRA on what people on PEI think of Mike Duffy as their seanator Your views on CPP changes Jim Cormier, Atlantic Director for the Retail Council of Canada, Business professor Ed McHugh and Senator Pierrette Ringuette on credit charges The chi

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CPP Changes, Pit Bull feedback, Paying Foster Parents, Catching Raccoons

David MacDonald, senior economist for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, on the impact of changes to the Canada Pension Plan Your views on banning pit bulls Wayne MacFarlane, president of the P.E.I. Federation of Foster Families, on whether fo

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Pit Bull Bans, Bob Bancroft, Your Thoughts

Globe and Mail columnist Andre Picard says it's time to ban pit bulls. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your questions. Your thoughts on a racist letter left anonymously in a Nova Scotia family's driveway.

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Anonymous Racist Letter, Chef Craig Flinn

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Digby Doctor Shortage, Aaron Publicover, Your Thoughts

A clinic set up in Digby, NS to address the doctor shortage closes, due to a lack of doctors. Appliance repairman Aaron Publicover takes your questions. Plus, your thoughts on irradiated beef.

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Greens Gone, Irradiated Meat, Fire Pit Feedback

The Green Party of Nova Scotia has run out of steam. Thomas Trappenberg, one of the founders of the Green Party in N.S., tells us why. Irradiation is supposed to make beef safer, but would you want to eat it? Food policy expert Sylvain Charleboi

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Fire Pit Ban, Flex Ban, Veteran Feedback, Potato Soup

Halifax is considering banning backyard fires in urban areas. It's a controversial issue across the Maritimes. In Fredericton, Dan Fraser wrote a letter to his local paper on the topic. The federal government may require employers to offer flexible work

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Orlando Vigils, Finding Care TB, Doug Bethune

Communities across the Maritimes are planning vigils following the deadliest mass shooting in modern American History. Willem Blois, the chair of Halifax Pride, reflects on the tragedy in Orlando. Your stories about turning to emergency rooms to care fo

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Gordie Howe Dies, Abandoned in the ER, Marjorie Willison, Beaver Update

Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe, dies at 88. A Nova Scotia ER doctor says elderly, non-emergency patients are increasingly being left for days at the ER instead of being taken hom, causing serious delays for other patients. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison ta

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Veteran Care, Environmental Optimism, Beaver Trapping

Former MP Peter Stoffer comes out swinging at Veterans Affairs over delays in getting a 94-yea-old Norwegian veteran into a Halifax care facility for veterans. Author and educator Elin Kelsey makes the case for environmental optimism. We ask if you think

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Avro Lancaster Bomber, Dr. Michael Dunbar, O Canada Feedback

The future of Edmundston's historical Avro Lancaster is up in the air. A plan to move the WW2 bomber to the Alberta Aviation Museum this month failed when the museum said it just couldn't afford it. Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Michael Dunbar takes your quest

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Jellyfish Research, Changing O Canada, Rat Stories, Found Pants

A Dalhousie University graduate student is asking citizen scientists to report any jellyfish sightings they have, hoping to understand just what kinds are floating off our shores. Senator Nancy Ruth makes the case for changing part of "O Canada", replac

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Missing Parents, Jim White, Missing Pants

Janet Keall has been searching for her family for years, after being abandoned as a baby, Now, she's found a sibling, who has a very similar story. Paint expert Jim White answers your questions Plus: The case of the mysterious missing pants. Andy Gaudr

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Living Wage, Rats, Fort Mac Return

A non-profit organization in Halifax embraces the Living Wage movement. We speak with Sherri Lecker, executive director of Adsum House. Rats are having a good spring, thanks to the mild winter. Pest control expert Dave Holland answers all of you rat-rela

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Return to Fort McMurray, Your Thoughts, Lentils with Chef Michael Smith, Dairy Protest

A woman originally from P.E.I. heads back to Fort McMurray, to the good news that her house is standing and she'll be able to sleep in her own bed for the first time in a month. Your thoughts on whether businesses should be able to be kid-free Chef Mich

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Lobster Rescue, Kid-Free Spaces, Two Cows in Two Days

Two vegans rescue a lobster from a supermarket in northern Ontario by flying it to Halifax to be released into the Atlantic. On the Phone-In: Should there be kid-free spaces? A Fredericton mom says she was turned away from an eyebrow appointment because

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