Maritime Noon Clips
Friday April 28, 2017
Audio Rock climber rescues cat, Feedback on roughhousing, Marjorie Willison takes gardening questions.
Moncton rock climber rescue trapped cat, Feedback on allowing children to roughhouse, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes calls
Thursday April 27, 2017
Rocket company visits Guysborough to talk about building a space port, Phone-in on allowing roughhousing in daycares and schools
Wednesday April 26, 2017
Audio Fight to clean up contaminated site, Phone-in on what makes you happy, Navy getting rid of fryers
Harrietsfield, NS woman fights to get junk yard site cleaned up, Phone-in with author of "How to be Miserable", Navy to get rid of deep fryers from its ships
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Audio Volunteer group hit by ransomware attack, More help for caregivers, Feedback on extending parental leave
Pictou Sports Hall of Fame hit by ransomware demand, More help for caregivers, Feedback on extending parental leave, A good experience with Air Canada
Monday April 24, 2017
Father of RCMP officer says he's afraid for his daughter after the Moncton shootings of 3 officers, More language use feedback, Paint expert Jim White takes calls.
Friday April 21, 2017
Call for action on NB fentanyl crisis, Feedback on language usage, Chimney expert Luke Chaulk takes calls
Thursday April 20, 2017
We hear the story of a Nova Scotian who ended his life under Canada's new assisted dying legislation. A woman in Sydney uses social media to track her stolen truck. Lexicographer Kory Stamper shares how words make it in the dictionary.
Wednesday April 19, 2017
The P.E.I. legislature unanimously passes a motion calling for more support for grandparents raising grandkids. Your thoughts on airlines bumping passengers. We ask: what do you think of an 18-month parental leave? Plus: the Soil Your Undies campaign.
Tuesday April 18, 2017
Family left scrambling to save vacation after 10-year old is bumped from flight, Plumber Fred Walsh takes calls, Easter picture of twins goes viral.
Thursday April 13, 2017
The Chronicle Herald buys up Transcontinental newspapers in Atlantic Canada. Chef Craig Flinn answers your Easter food questions. Your thoughts on lowering speed limits.
Wednesday April 12, 2017
Halifax wants the province to lower the speed limit in residential areas. Your thoughts on marijuana rules. Dawn Kennedy from the Canada Revenue Agency answers your tax questions. We say farewell to genealogist and Maritime Noon regular Terry Punch, who d
Tuesday April 11, 2017
Singer-songwriter Dave Carroll, who wrote the song United Breaks Guitars, reacts to the case of a man being pulled off a United Airlines flight in the U.S. And we ask: What restrictions do you want on legalized marijuana?
Friday April 07, 2017
CBC's Tom Murphy describes what's happening in Vimy ahead of 100 anniversary, Feedback on living frugally, Phone-in on video game addiction, More of your GPS stories
Thursday April 06, 2017
Audio Unnecessary 911 calls, Olympic hockey feedback, Changing O Canada, Phone-in on when GPS goes wrong
Fire chief asks people not to call 911 for cars sliding off road, Olympic hockey feedback, thoughts on changing O Canada, Phone-in on on how GPS works - and stories about when it ends badly
- Refugee sponsors wait a year to discover fate of Syrian family left in limbo
- Ontario MPP introduces insurance recovery bill for domestic violence victims after CBC investigation
- Why are bomb threats made? A look at 5 cases in Halifax
- 'I want someone to take my pain': Woman set on fire by husband denied home insurance payout
- Everything you need to know about Home Capital's woes and the impact on the housing market
- Off-the-books notes between vice-admiral and shipyard boss in 'legal grey zone,' expert says
- Kevin O'Leary's path to victory wasn't easy, but is Maxime Bernier's any easier?
- Looking for 'a way out': Turkey mulls a 'Trexit'
- 'The enemy of my enemy is my friend:' Couple turns to viruses to beat back superbug
- Patient advocate 'deeply disappointed' budget won't cover cancer meds taken at home
- Killer curiosity: PTSD risks associated with watching graphic videos
- Pharmacare advocates hope Ontario plan will push Trudeau to act
- To the bitter end: The broken nation of Zimbabwe awaits the death of a dictator
- 'Everything was hurting so bad': How one Muslim man snuck across the U.S. border into Canada
- Obama wanted to improve U.S. image abroad — what went wrong?
- 'It's not such a secret anymore': Check out Episode 8 of Who Killed Alberta Williams?
- Nunatsiavut brings issues to world stage at UN meetings on Indigenous rights
- Toronto gallery cancels show after concerns artist 'bastardizes' Indigenous art
- Protecting the park: A First Nation's fight to preserve its ancestral lands
- Craft-beer hop farm in Stó:lō territory slated to be one of Canada's largest