Maritime Noon Clips
Monday February 27, 2017
Audio Mass email targets Moncton student, Phone in on whether to travel to US, PEI woman rescues pet rats
University of Moncton students received email targeting a female student, Phone-in on whether Canadians should boycott travel to US, PEI woman launches rescue centre for unwanted pet rats.
Friday February 24, 2017
Audio Delayed military pension, Marjorie Willison takes gardening calls, Woman nominates strangers for Order of NS
Retired sailor deals with long delays in getting pension payments, Marjorie Willison answers gardening questions, Nova Scotia woman nominates worthy strangers for Order of Nova Scotia
Thursday February 23, 2017
Man describes falling through thin ice and his rescue using hockey sticks, Phone-on on how men are not adapting to a changing job market, Advice on building a snow fort
Wednesday February 22, 2017
Audio A father's reaction to a verdict in his son's death from drugs, Advice on furniture restoration
A father reacts to the conviction of a man who sold his son drugs that led to his death, Expert advice on restoring furniture, Feedback on a family's escape from a collapsed snow fort
Friday February 17, 2017
Reporter Paul Withers speak to Maritime Noon as teachers rally at Province House. Teacher Leo MacKay shares his frustrations. Plus: treating alcoholics with alcohol. We hear from Dr. Jeff Turnbull in Ottawa.
Thursday February 16, 2017
Downtown Dartmouth councillor Sam Austin talks sidewalk clearing. You share your random acts of kindness #Beccatoldmeto. MP Rodger Cuzner speaks about EI problems. World Pond Hockey Championship starts tonight in N.B.
Wednesday February 15, 2017
Audio NSTU president on strike call, Feedback on downtown parking, Becca Schofield on acts of kindness
NSTU president on decision to call a one-day teachers' strike, Feedback on parking downtown, Becca Schofield on fighting cancer and her #BeccaToldMeTo campaign for acts of kindness
Tuesday February 14, 2017
Audio Carbon monoxide scare, Ski hills celebrate snow, Building an igloo, Phone-in on downtown parking
Warning to clear furnace vents blocked with snow after carbon monoxide scare, Ski hills enjoying snowfall, Family sleeps in an igloo, Phone-in on downtown parking
Friday February 10, 2017
Five universities are in court trying to get student teachers back into classrooms during work to rule. Chef Craig Flinn talks breakfast for dinner. Plus: you weigh in on what makes for a happy retirement.
Thursday February 09, 2017
Glenn Dodge plans to open a winery after West Hants votes down prohibition liquor law. Author Neil Pasricha and gerontologist Suzanne Cook rethink the idea of retirement. Plus, your thoughts on Halifax's free Wi-Fi.
Wednesday February 08, 2017
Audio Hockey parents angry over team fine, Plan to encourage work for welfare recipients, Phone-on on income tax issues
NB hockey parents angry over team fine for not going to tournament, Reaction to proposal to hire welfare recipients to clean highways, Income tax advice from CRA, Feedback on electoral reform
Tuesday February 07, 2017
Parlee Beach resident responds to government plan on dealing with water contamination, Phone-in with NDP MP Nathan Cullen on abandoning electoral reform
Monday February 06, 2017
Audio Red Cross still helping ice storm victims, Halifax considers free wi-fi, Phone-in on losing weight
Red Cross still helping victims of NB ice storm, Halifax considers free wi-fi in city, Two women share their stories of extreme weight loss
- Rotting rats, flies: Insurance repair disaster causes 'mega destruction' of dream home
- 'I just want my family': Woman says innocent paperwork error dashes immigration dreams
- Doctor who won't use 'monster' methadone loses right to treat opioid addicts
- 'I can't live like this anymore': B.C. woman requiring home support hasn't had bath in weeks
- Britain's opposition 'in deep trouble' as Conservatives take 1 of 2 byelection seats
- Plenty of budget remedies offered as Liberals prepare prescription for ailing economy: Chris Hall
- Liberal backbenchers, Tory leadership hopefuls among Parliament's biggest dissenters
- 'Feeling squeezed out': Will a move to save Vancouver's housing past compromise its future?
- Navy's mishandling of classified documents spawns series of investigations
- Reset or re-airing of grievances? What to expect from Trump's 1st speech to Congress
- Liberals accused of playing favourites in Markham-Thornhill nomination contest
- Canadian dollars deliver medical aid, trauma counselling for refugees in Iraq
- Universal public coverage of essential drugs would improve health care, research suggests
- WHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugs
- Doctors 'should interact with kids and their families about smoking,' Canadian task force says
- Review into Hugh Papik's death calls for cultural training for health care workers
- Candlelight walk marks anniversary of Indigenous teen's disappearance
- Uprooted: Why are so many Labrador children in foster care in rural Newfoundland?
- 'From Augie, we get the truth': Colleagues remember author Augie Merasty
- 'I won't give up': Mom of missing Manitoba woman Lorlene Bone marks 1 year since disappearance