Radio Noon MontrealExtreme protests remembered, message less so: ExpertNov 20, 2013 | 4:43Marketing academic warns reason behind publicity stunts by activists can get lost, as three protesters climb Montreal's Biosphere
Radio Noon MontrealLucien Bouchard admits he was bullied when youngNov 20, 2013 | 20:11Former premier joins an anti-bullying campaign along with other prominent Quebecers. Listeners share their experiences.
Radio Noon MontrealQC youth wing president takes no compromise stanceNov 19, 2013 | 24:07Prior to the PLQ caucus, youth wing president tells Radio Noon "our position is no compromise" vis-a-vis the charter.
Radio Noon MontrealRadio Noon Food and Farm Report, Nov. 19Nov 19, 2013 | 18:13Sheep producer David Mastine talks about curtailing 'foreign dumping.' Two horse riders with Quebec roots prepare for reining championships in the US.
Radio Noon MontrealCoderre targets erotic massage parloursNov 18, 2013 | 16:14Montreal's mayor wants to crack down on massage parlours linked to prostitution. MP Maria Mourani welcomes the move as a first step.
Radio Noon MontrealPQ government reacts to JGHNov 15, 2013 | 15:35Jewish General Hospital says it will defy Bill 60. PQ minister says the transition period for the charter was designed with JGH in mind.
Radio Noon MontrealHouda-Pepin chastised by Couillard for comments on charter debateNov 15, 2013 | 21:09Liberal MNA Fatima Houda-Pepin has broken rank with her party's views on the secular charter, saying garments like the chador are symbols of fundamentalism. Leader Philippe Couillard reacts
Radio Noon MontrealMultitasking: Does it work?Nov 13, 2013 | 18:42We ask: Is multitasking overrated? Two academics with technology expertise join the discussion, plus an air traffic controller. Listen in
Radio Noon MontrealRadio Noon Farm and Food ReportNov 12, 2013 | 22:53Farm mgr says the community rallied around Macdonald College in the wake of a barn fire. Plus, beekeepers on the threats to their bee colonies.
Radio Noon MontrealSugar Sammy go too far with Marois-Ford post?Nov 12, 2013 | 20:31Comedian says his jokes always "push buttons" but the post is down. Some Quebecers call it a provocation, others say "lighten up."
Radio Noon MontrealTracing the military past of family membersNov 11, 2013 | 37:49From a First World War piano-playing captain to a Welsh shrine to Canadian pilots: we talk about learning more about a family member's military past.
Radio Noon MontrealFrom Kabul to a Welsh mountain: Remembrance Day 2013Nov 11, 2013 | 46:55From Afghanistan to Ottawa, then back in time to the First World War and the story of Montreal flyers killed in a crash in Wales, we remember the efforts and sacrifices of Canada's military.
Radio Noon MontrealMany listeners dispute the charter's 'harmony'Nov 8, 2013 | 46:32Many callers worry about Bill 60 dividing Quebecers. A healthcare worker who wears a headscarf calls to say she's concerned for her job.
Radio Noon MontrealCSL Mayor: Charter 'deplorable'Nov 7, 2013 | 4:08Anthony Housefather says Bill 60 is "as bad as I would have expected." He says it seeks "to eliminate certain religious and linguistic rights."