Maritime Noon Clips
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
Friday February 03, 2017
Audio Neguac Mayor on surviving the ice storm, Renovation questions for our experts, Crow imprints on people
Neguac Mayor on surviving the ice storm and the PM's visit, Our home reno experts take calls, PEI crow imprints on people
Thursday February 02, 2017
Fighting over a Cape Breton lottery win, Children in recreational sports face bullying over weight, Touring a tiny house, Dodgeball championships begin.
Wednesday February 01, 2017
How Tracadie NB is coping with power outages, Phone-on on new advice on peanut allergies, PEI mother and daughter offer free hugs to make people feel better
Tuesday January 31, 2017
NB woman still waiting for power after ice storm, Wildlife expert Bob Bancroft takes calls
Monday January 30, 2017
NB resident frustrated at long power outage following ice storm, Military commander on how soldiers are helping, Paint expert takes paint questions. Feedback on "peak rage"
- '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
- Workers may have been exposed to Ebola, HIV and TB at Winnipeg lab, reports reveal
- 'Feeling squeezed out': Will a move to save Vancouver's housing past compromise its future?
- Plutocrats with their crony capitalism are taking over again in the U.S.: Don Pittis
- 'I was in shock': Why Canadians are still struggling with runaway cellphone charges
- Anti-Islamophobia debate might define both Liberals and Conservatives