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Syrian Refugees, Legionnaires' Threat, Your Paint Questions

We hear from a church group that's set a goal of bringing 50 Syrian families to Canada. With five suspected cases of Legionnaires' disease in a Dartmouth apartment building, we hear about a stressful week from a senior who lives there. On the phone-in, Ji

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Fishing Accident, School Vaccinations, Llama on the Lam

A PEI fisherman is recovering in hospital after his hand was severed by a trap line. On the Phone-In, we debate whether schools should require proof of vaccination upon registration, or if vaccines should be mandatory. Plus, the story of a llama once lost

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Dalhousie Shooting Threat, Silvia Jay, Your Thoughts

Police search warrants allege a Dalhousie medical student threatened to massacre fellow students. We hear from a psychiatrist on when doctors must breach patient confidentiality, and a gun expert weighs in on weapons found in an apartment. On the Phone-In

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NS Gas Shortage, New Hiring Don'ts, Doug Bethune

Some rural gas stations in Nova Scotia are on day four without gas, and may not have a delivery until Thursday. Small business owners have some pro-tips for new job-seekers, including not letting your mom do the interview for you. Plus, automotive expert

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N.S. Gas Shortage, Graphic News, Your Thoughts

The manager of a Pictou gas station describes his long lineups and then dry pumps amid a gas shortage across the province. On the phone-in, listeners share their thoughts on whether the media should show graphic or disturbing images. Plus, your feedback o

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Beer Detective, Your Gardening Questions, Your Thoughts on Bluenose II

A private detective describes what he saw when he staked out a Quebec liquor store for two weeks. Hint: many New Brunswick shoppers. Marjorie Willison takes your garden questions. Plus, your thoughts on the latest Bluenose II mechanical problems.

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Bluenose Steering, Your Stories, Back-to-School Anxiety, Clarification

More steering issues keep the Bluenose II from sailing. More of your stories of near-drownings. Dr. Daniel Chorney has some advice on how to help your child navigate back-to-school anxiety on the Phone-In. Plus, a clarification on septic systems vs. holdi

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Online Lending Scam, Your Thoughts, Water Safety

The Better Business Bureau warns of a Halifax-based company involved in an online lending scam. Your thoughts on transporting beer across the New Brunswick border. On the Phone-In: Your stories of near-drowning experiences on the water.

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Beer Wars, Plumber Fred Walsh, Record Tuna

A hefty fine after a beer run to Quebec has led a New Brunswick man to make a constitutional challenge of New Brunswick's inter-provincial trade barriers. Plumber Fred Walsh takes your questions. And a 10-year-old from PEI hooks a 486-pound tuna.

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River John School Protest, Whale Spotting, Whale Culture

A Nova Scotia community is picketing the education minister's office over the closure of River John Consolidated School. A whale watching tour operator snaps an incredible photo of a breaching humpback coming out of the fog. And whale expert Hal Whitehead

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Rabies Vaccines, Duffy Trial, Food Porn, Jeopardy! Love

New Brunswick is air-dropping food laced a rabies vaccine for wild animals in an attempt to curb the disease's spread in Charlotte County. CBC poll analyst Eric Grenier on what the Duffy trial means for political polls. On the Phone-In: Do you hate people

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Swan Boat Speeds Up

Maritime Noon hears how a swan boat from Rainbow Valley got a second life as a speed boat.

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Herring Weirs, Speedy Swan, Social Media Conduct, Fashion Disasters

A New Brunswick fisherman in the Bay of Fundy worries he might be the last generation of weir fishermen as herring catches disappear. An old swan ride from Rainbow Valley gets a second life as a speed boat. On the Phone-In: how to make sure your social me

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Energy East and the Bay of Fundy, Your Thoughts, Wedding Etiquette

The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is concerned for what the Energy East Pipeline could mean for whales in the Bay of Fundy. On the Phone-in: Wedding etiquette tips in the digital era. Plus, some of your thoughts on the stories we cover.

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Highway Ruts, Fashion Regrets, Too Hot to Cook, Your Thoughts

A woman recovering from a serious accident on Highway 125 in Cape Breton is calling for ruts in the asphalt to be fixed. Your reaction to our story about a teen hurt in a carnival ride in PEI. On the Phone-In: The fashion trends you loved, and the ones yo

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Sandspit Accident, Birding

A Nova Scotia family's visit to the Sandspit Amusement Park in PEI was anything but fun when their 15-year-old daughter was flung from one of the rides. The park's owner stands by his staff and equipment. On the Phone-In: tell us about the birds you've sp

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Road Flagger Death, Your Thoughts, Marjorie Willison, Potato Reward Deadline

The trial for the accused in the case of Ashley Dawn Richards, a young New Brunswick woman killed while working as a flag person in Saskatchewan, begins. Your thoughts on the Boys and Girls club decision in Montague, PEI. Gardening Expert Marjorie Williso

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Montague Backlash, Interesting Finds

A PEI published writes a scathing editorial, after Montague town council reject a rezoning request that would have allowed for a Boys and Girls Club to set up. On the Phone-In: What's the most interesting thing you've found in your attic?

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Duffy Trial Resumes, Great Cookbooks

Ex-PMO chief of staff takes the stand as the Mike Duffy trial resumes. On the Phone-In, listeners share the stories behind their favourite cookbooks.

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Prison Watchdog Concerns, British Soldiers Bail Hearing, Glamping vs Camping

Canada's prison watchdog raises concerns over the number of inmate deaths in Atlantic Canada. British soldiers charged with sexual assault hope to return to the UK while they await trial in Halifax. On the Phone-In: Which is better, glamping or camping? P

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Beach Rescue, Lobster Labour, Sleep Doula, Your Thoughts

An Ontario woman is thanking a stranger from Nova Scotia who saved her from drowning in Bermuda. As the Northumberland Strait lobster season opens, processors are worried about a labour shortage. Sleep Doula Tracey Ruiz takes your questions on getting you

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Pig Scramble, Jim White

Animal rights advocates oppose the pig scramble at the Westmorland County Agricultural Fair. On the Phone-In, paint expert Jim White takes your calls.

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Whale Rescue, Bees in the Belfry, The Buzz on Bees, Your Thoughts

Nova Scotia rescuers save a pod of 14 pilot whales beached near Antigonish, just days after a larger pod became stranded in Cape Breton. A PEI church becomes home to thousands of bees. On the Phone-In: your questions on bee populations in the Maritimes. P

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Illegal Dumping, Your Thoughts, Election Issues, Peacock Mystery

A Nova Scotia family's access road to their home is blocked by illegal dumpers leaving behind roofing debris. Your thoughts on staying in the Maritimes. On the Phone-In: What issue is most important for you in this election campaign? Plus, a possible orig

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Dog Bite, Why Do You Stay?

A Halifax mother wants the city to re-think having swimming lessons in an off-leash dog park, after her three-year old son was bitten. On the phone-in: Why do you stay in the Maritimes? Two Saint John residents behind a speaking series called "Stuck" shar

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Neo-Nazi Coin Case, Nursing Home Closure, Marjorie Willison, Great Speeches

A New Brunswick court has upheld the decision to block a Neo-Nazi group from inheriting a valuable coin collection. A family in Montague, PEI is scrambling to find a new accommodation after their nursing home suddenly announced it will close at the end of

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Memorial Vandal, Foraging for Wild Food, Beinn Bhreagh Hall, Your Thoughts

A New Brunswick mother's plea for vandals to stop defacing the roadside memorial for her son. Vandals have tagged it 20 times since April. Your Thoughts on banning the confederate flag. On the Phone-In: the dirt on foraging for wild edibles. Plus, the gre

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Confederate Flag Controversy, Great Speeches, Your Thoughts

A group in Halifax is calling for a ban on the Confederate Flag, calling it a symbol of white supremacy. On the Phone-In: What makes a great speech? Plus, your thoughts on Sunday hunting, and a story about the Princess of Acadia.

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Trade Talks and Dairy, Lost Peacock, The Healing Power of Music

Maritime dairy farmers are wary of what the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal could mean for their industry. A PEI man searches for his lost peacock, Tango. On the Phone-In: Stories of how music can help us remember and heal.

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Farewell to the Princess of Acadia, Crossing the Strait, Doug Bethune

The Princess of Acadia ferry makes its final crossing after 44 years, we hear from a former captain who started out in the kitchen back in 1971. We get an update from Marilyn Korzekwa after her marathon crossing of the Northumberland Strait. Plus, automot

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Sunday hunting in NS, Marathon Swimmer, Summer Jobs Qs

NS lifts a decades old ban on hunting on Sundays, but not everyone is happy. A marathon swimmer planning to cross the Northumberland Strait this weekend. On the Phone-In: your stories of the best and worst summer jobs you've had. Plus, your feedback on la

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New report on EI shortcomings, parents worried over vaccines, staying fit while getting older

A former chief actuary of the EI program says system needs fixing. A new survey says a majority of Canadian parents are worried about vaccine side effects. And on the phone-in: how to stay fit while getting older.

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Uptick in NB tick numbers, More Obit writing, Lawns Without Grass

An expert at Mount Allison University says tick numbers are up and more dogs are getting lyme disease in New Brunswick. We hear more of your feedback about obituary writing. And on the Phone-in: alternatives to grass lawns.

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Who Killed Sparkle the Goat? Wine 101. Whale Rescue

A Nova Scotia hobby farmer describes how he found four of his goats shot. On the phone-in: A sommelier helps listeners pick wines. Plus, we hear how a marine rescue team saved a trapped whale.

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1600 Cigarette Butts, On the Phone-In: Reading and Writing Obits

Hospitals in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick both recently collected cigarette butts from hospital grounds. And what they found was a gross mess. On the phone-in, obit writer Sandra Martin joins us to take your calls on what makes obits memorable.

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Kindness Meters, Your Thoughts, Marjorie Willison, A Bar Stool Tours with Rod Stewart

Fredericton installs "kindness meters" downtown to encourage people to give to charity, not pan handlers. More of your thoughts on a $15 minimum wage. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your questions. Plus, the story of how a bar stool from a PEI m

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Evolve Festival Death, Dogs in Hot Cars, Mosquito Phone-In, Your Thoughts

A 21-year-old man died this week after attending the Evolve Music Festival. We hear from the ER doctor who treated him, and believes his death was drug related. A Halifax man has a nasty confrontation with a pet-owner who left his dogs inside a parked car

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Minimum Wage Protest, Liverpool Chickens, Buy and Selling Summer Property

Business community in NS reacts to call for $15 minimum wage. Liverpool man fights for backyard chickens. And on the Phone-In: buying and selling summer property.

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Blocked Trail, Discussing Death, Your Road Trip Stories

A New Brunswick farmer blocks part of the Trans Canada Trail that runs through her land, because she says the province isn't holding up its part of the bargain. On the phone in: why it's important to talk about death and dying. Plus, your stories from the

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Distracted Driving Accident, Your Redhead Stories, Terry Punch

A PEI mother urges people to put away their phones while behind the wheel after a two-vehicle collision on the weekend caused by a distracted driver. More of your stories of growing up with red hair. Plus, genealogist Terry Punch takes your questions.

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Ravine Rescue, RedHeads

A Nova Scotia teen was rescued after she fell down a 21-meter ravine. More than 47 emergency personnel were involved, including search and rescue crews. On the phone-in: Is your red hair a blessing or a curse?

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Witness Fears for Safety, $1000 to Quit, Road Trip Stories

A murder witness in Nova Scotia says he fears for his life. We check in with a woman who swore off smoking on our show last July-- after our guest offered her a thousand dollars if she could quit for a year . Plus, your road trip stories.

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Evolve Festival, Peggy's Cove Safety, Art Irwin, Earthquakes

Evolve music festival says the show will go on, after a last minute insurer steps in. The festival lost its insurance after it said it would let concert-goers test illegal drugs for purity. Your thoughts on safety-measures at Peggy's Cove. Home heating ex

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Peggy's Cove Safety, Your Thoughts, Dr. Carnegy, Remembering Stan Carew

After a close call at Peggy's Cove, more calls for safety measures. Your thoughts on the "DUI DR" license plate. Veterinarian Dr. Eric Carnegy takes your calls on ticks. And we remember our colleague Stan Carew.

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"DUI DR" Vanity Plate, Earthquake Stories, Jim White

A Moncton defense lawyer wins his case to get his "DUI DR" vanity plates back. Your stories of earthquakes. Plus, paint expert Jim White takes your calls.

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Mother Canada, Marjorie Willison, Heritage Lighthouses

The Vimy Foundation says there's already a "Mother Canada" statue-- in France, not Cape Breton. Gardening Expert Marjorie Willison takes your questions. And a handful of Maritime lighthouses recieve heritage designation.

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Digby Earthquake, Beach Reads, Heritage Memories

A 3.6 Magnitude earthquake shook South West Nova Scotia on Canada Day. On the phone-in, what's your summer reading recommendation? Plus, your memories of Heritage Minutes.

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Barrington Water Fight, Your Canadian Heritage Minutes

A group of seniors in Barrington, Nova Scotia are upset that the municipality may shut down their well, due to a liability issue. Plus, the CEO of Historica Canada, the group behind the Heritage Minutes joins us to talk about a Canadian touchstone.

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Independent Dal Dentistry Report, Potato Tampering Reward, Doug Bethune

An independent panel has released it's report on the Dalhousie dentistry scandal. Half a million dollars are on the table for information leading the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for tampering with potatoes on Prince Edward Island. Plus, au

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Bee Swarm, Your Thoughts, Chef Craig Flinn

A bee swarm surprises downtown Fredericton. Your feedback on women's self-defence. Chef Craig Flinn takes your grilling comments and queries. Listeners respond to our show on walking.

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Open Letter to Demers-Kennedy, Your Thoughts, Women's Self Defence

A former classmate of a man convicted of killing his mother regrets not reaching out in high school. Your thoughts on the city of Fredericton buying out a strip club licence. On the phone-in: we take your calls on women's self defence.

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Apology for turning a blind eye

Tara Berthier on why she wrote an open letter apologising to former classmate who killed his mother

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Chemical Accused Not Guilty, Fredericton Strip Club, Jellyfish

Christopher Phillips, the man at the centre of this year's chemical scare case, is found not guilty on all charges. Reaction to Fredericton's decision to buy out the city's last strip club license for 150 thousand dollars. On the phone-in: the mysterious

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Backlash to Strip Club Buyout

Feminist activist tells Maritime Noon Fredericton strip club license should be left alone by City

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Pool-Free Summer, Harness Racing Hero, Born To Walk, Wildlife Stories

Many Maritimers won't be sitting poolside this summer, after a tough winter wrecks hundreds of backyard pools. Wakizashi Hanover, the colt owned by six Nova Scotians, wins one of the biggest harness races in North America. On the phone-in, the benefits of

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Metal Detectors for PEI Potatoes, PEI Theives Own Up, Bob Bancroft

Millions in government funds have been set up to help PEI potato farmers buy metal detectors. PEI thieves thought by Dog the Bounty Hunter to be escaped murderers own up to shoplifting, and repay the store's owner after being identified on social media. W

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Pope on Climate Change, Career Colleges, Cougar Sightings

The Pope says climate change is real, and there's a moral imperative to take action against it. After a CBC Nova Scotia investigation finds shockingly high default rates on student loans for private career colleges, we ask you if your education was good v

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Beluga's Back, Marjorie Willison

A young beluga whale exploring Nova Scotia is now in Liverpool. Officials are trying to get a skin sample to see if the whale is from the St. Lawrence or the Arctic. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.

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Pope on Climate Change, Career Colleges, Cougar Sightings

The Pope says climate change is real, and there's a moral imperative to take action against it. After a CBC Nova Scotia investigation finds shockingly high default rates on student loans for private career colleges, we ask you if your education was good v

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Eastern Cougar, Juice and the Canada Food Guide, Your Thoughts

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the Eastern Cougar is extinct and should be removed from the endangered species list. Wildlife expert Bob Bancroft disagrees. On the phone-in: Juice and the Canada Food Guice. Does the guide influence what you eat?

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Escaped Convicts, Your Thoughts, On Phone-In: Is Your Food Bland?

Hear the strange story of how Dog the Bounty Hunter pointed to P.E.I. as a possible place to find two escaped American convicts. Your thoughts on whether the Senate needs changing. We ask whether you've noticed your chicken and produce tasting blander. P

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Destroyed Church Lawsuit, Your Thoughts, Your Appliance Questions

St. Mary's Polish Church in Sydney is being sued by the roofing contractor it blames for starting the fire that destroyed the historic building. Your thoughts on the proposed Mother Canada statue. On the phone-in, your appliance questions.

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Mother Canada Patrons, Worm in the Toothpaste, What to do with the Senate, Homework Feedback

The controversial Mother Canada memorial has some high profile patrons. A Halifax couple finds a worm in their toothpaste. On the phone-in: What should we do with the Senate? Plus, your thoughts on homework.

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Mental Health Patient Walks Away, The Value of Homework

A Nova Scotia mother wants answers after her mentally ill son was released from the Valley Regional Hospital, just hours after police brought him to the ER. On the phone-in: Is homework a valuable learning tool? Or a waste of time that stresses out kids,

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Once in a Blue Lobster, Inclusive Bathrooms, Childhood Pain Phone-In, Your Thoughts

Maritime fishermen are hauling in some rare catches lately. We ask what's up. We hear about a Moncton high school that's converted two bathrooms to gender neutral. On the phone-in, psychologist Christine Chambers gives advice on managing childhood pain. P

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Risky Play, Hedge Feedback, Procrastination, Ocean Plastic, Blue Lobster

A new report from Participaction says adults need to let kids play, take risks, and get outside. The mayor of Saint Andrew's says a large hedge creates a serious blind spot. On the phone-in: why we procrastinate. Plus, your stories of plastic found in the

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Hedge Fight, Ocean Plastics, Star Wars Script

Some residents in Saint Andrews, N.B. are rallying to save a 50-year-old cedar hedge on a corner lot of a historic home. The town wants to cut it back to improve visibility for drivers. On the phone-in, we discuss plastic in our oceans, and what you've se

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