Maritime Noon Clips
Tuesday January 24, 2017
NSTU president Liette Doucet explains why teachers might change what they're doing after seven weeks of work to rule. Plumber Fred Walsh answers your questions. Plus: your thoughts on loved ones with dementia
Monday January 23, 2017
Chronicle Herald strike hits one year mark. Your thoughts on the call to end police street checks. Professor Francoise Baylis speaks about her experience with her mom, who is now in the final stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Friday January 20, 2017
Trump speaks to a crowd of thousands. Women's March on Washington. Your thoughts on Trump. Plus: Obama speaks about his future.
Thursday January 19, 2017
A group of prominent African Nova Scotians says police street checks need to end. Your thoughts what's to come from President Trump. Plus: reaction to the news that Kevin O'Leary is running for the leadership of the Conservative party.
Tuesday January 17, 2017
Highlights from Trudeau's Fredericton town hall, Feedback on Trudeau's Christmas trip to the Bahamas, 'Professor Popsicle' talks about surviving cold weather accidents
Monday January 16, 2017
Halifax mayor Mike Savage on hosting PM's town hall, Phone-in on whether Trudeau breached ethics by holidaying with the Aga Khan, Feedback on celebrities speaking out
Friday January 13, 2017
Audio Parent worried about school trip, Protest over Phoenix payroll system, Phone-in on celebrities speaking out
Father worried about losing cost of school trip because of teachers' work-to-rule, Women talks about protest over fault federal payroll system, Phone-in on whether celebrities should speak out, Feedback on driving
Thursday January 12, 2017
How to merge in traffic, Feedback on NS teachers' work-to-rule, Dealing with flu season, Bottle flipping craze
Wednesday January 11, 2017
Audio Impact of teacher dispute on students, Getting women elected, How military families were affected by Afghan service
Impact of NS teacher work-to-rule on students, NB women's group seeks to get more female candidates, How military families were affected by Afghanistan mission, Feedback on basic income plan
Tuesday January 10, 2017
A 5-year-old girl from N.S. has experienced an amazing recovery, after she was hit by a dump truck. Your thoughts on listening calories on menus. And, should there be a guaranteed income in Canada? We speak with Former Conservative Senator, Hugh Segal.
Monday January 09, 2017
Audio Missing dog held for ransom, Dog training questions for Silvia Jay, Singing O Canada 150 times
Dog owner receives ransom demand for missing dog, Silvia Jay takes listeners' questions about dogs, Man aims to sing O Canada at 150 events this year
Friday January 06, 2017
Curtis Rossingnol gets struck on a Fredericton ski lift with his three kids, and over 40 other people. Your reaction to Atlantic Business Magazine's latest cover. And we ask: should restaurants display calorie counts?
Thursday January 05, 2017
Atlantic Business Magazine gets negative comments over women-only issue, PEI shuttle bus changes, Phone-in on words and phrases that people hate
Wednesday January 04, 2017
Reaction to murder-suicide involving veteran's family in NS, Phone-in on living with asbestos, Story about learning from faulure
Severe weather warnings or watches in effect for:
Light Rain and Fog
Light Rain and Fog
- Kids in provincial care staying longer in hotels and other 'last resort' places
- Alzheimer's patient allowed to leave secure unit with man once accused of defrauding her
- Federal security officials approved Winnipeg police efforts to purchase spying devices
- 'Secret order' authorizing RCMP's covert Cold War wiretapping program released after 65 years
- 'It's not such a secret anymore': Check out Episode 8 of Who Killed Alberta Williams?
- CBC goes to the front lines in the battle for Aleppo
- Kept in the dark: The story behind the kidnapping of Canadians John Ridsdel and Robert Hall
- 'We're here to preserve life': Come aboard a ship that saves asylum seekers in the Mediterranean