Maritime Noon Clips
Tuesday February 20, 2018
Nova Scotia teachers will soon decide on whether to take illegal strike action. On the phone in: the financial cost of adult kids living at home. Remembering Rebecca Schofield.
Friday February 16, 2018
There's a push to prevent poisoning from cooling systems at Canadians arenas. A message written at Cole Harbour District High School in 1985, lands in the Caribbean. On the phone in: social dance in the Maritimes.
Thursday February 15, 2018
A call for improved safety measures at railway crossings after the death of a 29-year-old man using a wheelchair. A proud brother, cheers on his Olympic hockey playing sister. On the phone in: What homesteading skills do you possess?
Wednesday February 14, 2018
There's a new program in Richmond County, C.B., to combat loneliness. We get an update on on Yarmouth's Meal-A-Day for 100 Days program. On the phone in: what would you give up for love?
Tuesday February 13, 2018
We hear testimony from the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Moncton. On World Radio Day, UNESCO calls for more equality in sports coverage. On the phone in: the Great Backyard Bird Count.
Monday February 12, 2018
Dalhousie University is pushing to increase diversity among its employees, including in leadership positions. We hear your stories about life after cancer. On the phone in: Do you sometimes feel lonely?
Friday February 09, 2018
Former Nova Scotia MP Peter Stoffer responds to claims of inappropriate behaviour towards women. The body of a missing N.S. fisherman is recovered on board his boat. Our appliance repair expert answers your questions.
Thursday February 08, 2018
A Cape Breton woman worries she'll lose her home because of damage to the abandoned half of her duplex. Your thoughts on banning plastic. On the phone in: life after cancer treatment.
Wednesday February 07, 2018
There's a push to get more women working in farming on Prince Edward Island. Your thoughts on whether sprinkler systems should be installed in new homes. On the phone in: Would you support a ban on single-use plastic items?
Tuesday February 06, 2018
A Yarmouth County woman takes to social media when the end of her grandmother's driveway gets washed out. More feedback on boiling lobsters. On the phone in: Should building codes be changed to include sprinklers in all new houses?
Monday February 05, 2018
A human rights case that could change where people with disabilities live is underway in Nova Scotia. Community members write letters of encouragement to UPEI students. Car expert Doug Bethune answers your questions.
Friday February 02, 2018
We hear about a bat hotline available for Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. A Nova Scotia groundhog bites a CBC reporter. Bruce Rainnie previews the Winter Olympics.
Thursday February 01, 2018
We hear about a new report on women's heart health. We talk accents with the program coordinator of the Dalhousie Accent Clinic. Plus: A Saint John man performing Grease on the world's largest cruise ship gets to sing with Olivia Newton-John.
Wednesday January 31, 2018
We hear two perspectives on where Halifax's Edward Cornwallis statue should go. P.E.I. notices a trend in who's showing up to their new mental health walk-in clinics. On the phone in: the power of Facebook.
Tuesday January 30, 2018
A Halifax city staff report recommendation says the city's Edward Cornwallis statue needs to go. Mi'kmaq elder Daniel Paul agrees. On the phone in: would you throw our your scale? Plus: there's a cook shortage on P.E.I. We hear why.
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- Yukon looks to improve system for sentencing Indigenous offenders
- Mother outraged after school sends 'triggering' residential school book home to 3rd graders
- Hopi tribe fights ski resort for using treated sewage to make snow on sacred mountain
- 20 family members and survivors expected to testify at MMIWG inquiry in Nunavut