Maritime Noon Clips
Wednesday March 21, 2018
A Halifax woman recounts what happened after her purse was stolen from a lounger at beach in Cuba. On the phone in: Who would you like to see become a senator in Canada? Plus: wartime love letters discovered on PEI
Tuesday March 20, 2018
A Fredericton councillor says a drive-thru lineup is causing traffic and safety problems. Two experts explain whether it's safe to use wood ash on gardens. On the phone in: Men and women as friends.
Monday March 19, 2018
A HRM councillor asks for a report on backyard chicken rules. Your thoughts on voting for none of the above. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison answers your questions.
Tuesday March 13, 2018
Nova Scotia officials say a Truro horse riding barn is unsafe, and the business needs to leave. But the owner doesn't agree. A PE.I. man wants to stick with Daylight Saving Time. On the phone in: the pros and cons of DNA testing.
Monday March 12, 2018
The manager of a N.B. lobster plant that burned down says the company will offer aid packages to employees. P.E.I. university students get help from the navy to launch a class project. Jim White answers your paint questions.
Thursday March 08, 2018
A new Heritage Minute shows a different side of Lucy Maud Montgomery. After a Deer Island lobster plant burns down, workers wonder what they'll do next. On the Phone in: How to break up with your phone.
Wednesday March 07, 2018
Workers on Deer Island try to move forward after a devastating lobster plant fire. The government is overhauling the environment assessment process. What should be considered when assessing major projects?
Friday March 02, 2018
Over 300 girls gather in Halifax to talk about female empowerment. Halifax Dance is moving to a new, more accessible space. Dawn Kennedy from the Canada Revenue Agency answers your personal tax questions.
Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:
- Alberta premier calls B.C. complaints about high gas prices environmental hypocrisy
- Kaetlyn Osmond wins figure skating worlds, 1st Canadian female champ in 45 years
- Protesters target Kinder Morgan's Calgary office on day of action against Trans Mountain
- Judge rules that North Bay grandparents don't owe child support
- Lawyer charges grieving family thousands for time spent responding to complaint against him
- How to avoid spending money on unnecessary oil changes
- Investigating U.K. Deaths Linked To Russia / 'Overlooked' Obits / 'Missing & Murdered' (The Investigators with Diana Swain)
- Investigating Suspicious U.K. Deaths Linked To Russia (The Investigators with Diana Swain)
- How 1 researcher harvested data from 50 million people — and Facebook was designed to help
- Carbon pricing seems obvious to economists, but for many voters it just doesn't click: Don Pittis
- Win or lose, too-close-to-call Pennsylvania race already means 'the House is in danger' for Republicans
- Trade disruption would likely spell the end of North American jobs surge: Don Pittis
- Facebook breach a sign Canadian laws need revamp: privacy commissioner
- Jagmeet Singh's outreach has been about thwarting violence, not stoking it
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expected to exonerate Tsilhqot'in chiefs hanged in 1864
- Principles, but mostly politics and boredom, on display in marathon House voting
- What's being done with your data: Experts ask, shouldn't someone get this under control?
- CRA audits just 5 Canadians out of hundreds of RBC Panama Papers accounts
- U.S. sets May 1 tariff threat on Canada, Mexico amid rush to speed up NAFTA talks
- Dow Jones loses over 400 points as stocks sink on trade-war fears
- PTSD in the hospital: Why the emotional scars of serious illnesses linger long after treatment
- What is Patulous eustachian tube, the disorder affecting Céline Dion?
- Scientists say it's time to make '3-parent baby' technology legal in Canada
- Austrian lawmakers vote against smoking ban in restaurants and bars
- Barenaked Ladies, Steven Page aim to 'remember the past without getting mired in it' at Junos
- Mister Rogers honoured with postage stamp from the US Postal Service
- Remai Modern defends artist whose Indigenous heritage has been questioned
- Anton Yelchin's family settles lawsuit over death of Star Trek actor
- Attawapiskat still waiting for youth centre promised by Ottawa 2 years after suicide crisis
- Murray Sinclair shares why he's still hopeful about reconciliation
- TB still a killer in Nunavut, as health workers and politicians struggle to stop the outbreaks
- Quebec religious order apologizes, opens hotline for Innu victims of sexual abuse