Maritime Noon Clips
Friday July 28, 2017
Ronnie MacEachern tells us about his song Go Off On Your Way Now. Your thoughts on being polite. And Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.
Thursday July 27, 2017
Some people in Dartmouth get parking tickets for not having their wheels turned into the curb. Two more working song suggestions. We ask: is the world becoming a less civil place?
Tuesday July 25, 2017
A Nova Scotia mother says she didn't realise her son was bitten by a tick. Your Monopoly stories. Plus: songs about work.
Thursday July 20, 2017
Audio Another right whale death, Phone-in on dealing with accidental poisoning, 87-year-old woman goes skydiving
Another right whale found dead, Feedback on banning junk food ads to children, Phone-in on dealing with accidental poisonings, 87-year-old woman celebrates her birthday by going skydiving
Wednesday July 19, 2017
Overweight government trucks damage NB covered bridge, Feedback on Woodstock rainbow crosswalk vandalism, Plumber Fred Walsh takes calls
Tuesday July 18, 2017
Audio Rainbow crosswalk repainted after vandalism, NS firefighters head to BC, Phone-in on junk food advertising to children
Woodstock NB repaints rainbow crosswalk after it was covered with white paint, NS firefigher talks about heading to BC, Phone-in on junk food advertising to children, Feedback on hunting with drones
Monday July 17, 2017
Audio Dangerous BBQ brushes, Call to crack down on hunters using drones, Paint expert Jim White takes calls
Man talks about swallowing wire bristle from a barbecue brush, Call for a crackdown on hunters using drones to track wildlife, Paint expert Jim White takes calls
Friday July 14, 2017
A 74-year-old N.B. man has to take his driving tests again after not renewing his license. Your thoughts on removing the Edward Cornwallis statue in Halifax. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.
Wednesday July 12, 2017
Audio Call to pull down Cornwallis statue, Chef Craig Flinn offers BBQ tips, Feedback on finding solitude
Mi'kmaq activist calls for rally to pull down Halifax's Cornwallis statue, Chef Craig Flinn offers BBQ tips, Feedback on enjoying solitude.
Tuesday July 11, 2017
Audio Whale rescuer killed, Phone-in on the value of solitude, Father of the bride gets shocked at wedding
Whale rescuer killed while disentangling right whale from rope, Phone-in with author Michael Harris about the value of solitude, father of the bridge gets struck by lightning at wedding
Monday July 10, 2017
Audio Facebook hoax message, Arborists take tree questions, Feedback on credit unions being told not to use the word 'bank"
Facebook hoax message spreads around the world, Arborists take questions on tree, Feedback on credit unions being told to stop calling themselves banks
- Province scolded for kicking single mom out of program that collects child support
- Cultural gem or 'tax grab'? $20M in Annie Leibovitz photos caught in Canadian quandary
- Disgraced dentist-turned-foot doctor loses licence after use of fake medical implants
- Taxpayers to foot bill for Belvedere Orphanage demolition, as tangle of debts snarls property
- Trump could trigger a political 'cataclysm' if he fires Sessions
- Merger history suggests Alberta's United Conservative Party could be less than sum of its parts
- Branding Canadian oil green would be good for industry and for climate change: Don Pittis
- Despite 2015 defeat, NDP in better spot now than during most of party's past leadership races
- Dozens of MPs could pay higher taxes after finance minister moves to close loophole
- $1 billion, 18 bullets: Border guards rarely fire guns over last decade
- First Nations leaders reject call for MMIWG commissioners to step down
- 'Dithering' by B.C., Ottawa helped kill Pacific NorthWest LNG, energy CEO says
- Charlie Gard to be sent to hospice after parents, hospital fail to reach agreement
- Report on coerced sterilizations of Indigenous women spurs apology, but path forward unclear
- First editing of human embryos carried out in United States
- 'It's just been so painful': Woman warns against lip-filler house parties after medical crisis
- 'Reclaiming what is ours:' 1st Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week instils pride
- 'We need political leadership': Senators call on premier to release jailed Muskrat Falls protestors
- Assembly of First Nations vote a relief for Yukon Aboriginal Women's Council
- Chief of Chippewas of the Thames says they must pay Enbridge Line 9 court costs