Maritime NoonDuffy Out of Caucus, Duffy Feedback, Gardening, Soup FeedbackMay 17, 2013 | 53:12Senator Mike Duffy leaves the Tory caucus, but decides to sit as an independent in the Senate. We speak to a PEI Liberal MP about that choice. We also speak to the coordinator of Democracy Watch - a group that's calling for the abolishment of the Senate.
Maritime NoonSenator Mike Duffy's $90,000 Gift, Stroke Risk, Etiquette FeedbackMay 16, 2013 | 53:01We speak to CBC reporter James Cudmore about the latest in the story of PEI Senator Mike Duffy's $90,000 gift from the prime minister's chief of staff. We take your questions about stroke risk and recovery. And your thoughts on proper etiquette.
Maritime NoonCBC-Reporter James Cudmore On Mike Duffy's $90,000 GiftMay 16, 2013 | 10:04Ottawa reporter James Cudmore talks to Norma Lee MacLeod about why the prime minister's chief of staff would give Senator Mike Duffy $90,000 to pay back living expenses that were improperly claimed.
Maritime NoonEqual Funding for Men's and Women's Teams, Canada Post Feedback, Etiquette QuestionsMay 15, 2013 | 53:04Former members of UNB's disbanded women's hockey team say men's and women's university teams should receive equal funding. Your feedback on what you expect from Canada Post in the internet age. Plus, your etiquette questions for butler Charles MacPherson.
Maritime NoonLobster Protest EndsMay 14, 2013 | 5:09Norma Lee MacLeod speaks with Mike McGeoghegan, president of the PEI Fishermen's Association, about the next steps in their quest to get a fair price for lobster.
Maritime NoonLobster Protests Ends, Pickers, University FeedbackMay 14, 2013 | 52:23Fishermen in the Maritimes untie their boats and go fishing after a few days of protesting low prices. We speak to the president of the PEI Fishermen's Association and Nova Scotia's fisheries minister about a plan to create a panel to look into the state
Maritime NoonPee Wee Body Checking BanMay 13, 2013 | 7:21Maritime Noon host Norma Lee MacLeod talks to Alex Oyler and his mom, Mia Fortin. Alex is living with the consequences of checking at the pee wee level.
Maritime NoonBody Checking Ban, Keeping Score, University EducationMay 13, 2013 | 53:03Hockey Nova Scotia eliminates checking at the pee wee level. Your feedback on whether to keep score in kids' sports. Plus, your thoughts on whether too many kids are pushed to go to university.
Maritime NoonNS Cabinet Minister Charged, Canada Post, Homeschooling FeedbackMay 10, 2013 | 53:24An alleged dispute that began in the men's washroom at Nova Scotia's Province House has led to charges against a cabinet minister. Your calls on what you want from Canada Post in the internet age. Plus, your feedback on whether we need more regulations fo
Maritime NoonLobster Fishermen's Protest Grows, Homeschooling Regulations, Crown Corporation Bargaining FeedbackMay 9, 2013 | 52:50We talk to two lobster fishermen protesting low prices. Nova Scotia Auditor General Jacques Lapointe has criticized the homeschooling system for lack of regulations. We talk to him, and take your calls on homeschooling. Plus, your feedback on whether the
Maritime NoonNew Brunswick Fires, Lobster Fishermen Protest, Crown CorporationsMay 8, 2013 | 53:02An update on two major fires in New Brunswick today. Most lobster fishermen on PEI have tied up their boats in protest against low prices. Plus, your thoughts on the government's effort to get a place at the bargaining table when Crown Corporations negoti
Maritime NoonHockey Coaches Fight, Keeping Score, Rita MacNeil TributeMay 7, 2013 | 53:03Two minor hockey coaches have been disciplined by Hockey Nova Scotia for fighting during a game. Your calls on whether we should keep score in kids' sports. Plus, some of last night's tribute concert for the late Rita MacNeil.
Maritime NoonMaritimer Dies in Toronto Marathon, Teen and Parent Communication, Compost QuestionsMay 6, 2013 | 53:06We hear from a family friend of the young Cape Breton woman who died in this weekend's Toronto Goodlife Marathon. Canadian parents rank near the bottom in a survey on parent-teen relationships. Plus, your questions on compost.
Maritime NoonForeign Worker Snag, Sex Offender Protest, Gardening, More Dog Poo FeedbackMay 3, 2013 | 53:02A fish processor on PEI says Ottawa's new rules for foreign workers will hurt business. People in Saint John protest over the release of sex offenders in the community. We speak to a forensic psychology professor about laws that allow sex offenders to be