Radio Noon MontrealStigma surrounding depressionApr 1, 2015 | 21:57Is the media coverage of the Germanwings crash and of the mental state of its co-pilot making the stigma around depression worse? Radio Noon speaks with Camillo Zacchia, a psychologist at the Douglas Institute.
Radio Noon MontrealAbandon the Olympic Stadium? Even this economist says it might be time to consider thatApr 1, 2015 | 5:35The government says the stadium will need another $220 million for repairs over 10 years, plus whatever it costs to deal with the problematic roof. Shawn tells Sue Smith about the options
Radio Noon MontrealMajor student association at Concordia faces harassment scandalApr 1, 2015 | 6:50A Concordia student has filed a complaint with the Quebec Human Rights commission after two of her colleagues in the student association made made repeated racist and sexist remarks about her.
Radio Noon MontrealNo smoking ban on restaurant patiosMar 31, 2015 | 3:07Dominique Tremblay speaks for the Quebec Restaurant Association. She says restaurant owners should continue to decide for themselves whether to let customers smoke on their outdoor patios.
Radio Noon MontrealCallers speak out for a smoking-ban, and against city councillors trying to get that banMar 31, 2015 | 4:08Montreal City councillor Marvin Rotrand is leading the charge for a ban on smoking on restaurant terrasses. Shawn tells Sue Smith most callers love the idea. One questions Rotrand's priorities.
Radio Noon MontrealStrikes? No way, this caller says. It's just students cutting classesMar 30, 2015 | 2:37Lynn tells Shawn on Radio Noon there's a silent majority of people "working their buns off," who are in favour of austerity measures. She also tells CBC not to say students are on "strike."
Radio Noon MontrealSupreme Court: feds can destroy data on Quebec long-gunsMar 27, 2015 | 19:19The Supreme Court found the federal government’s law requiring the destruction of gun certificate information is lawful under the Constitution, and the province of Quebec has no right to the data.
Radio Noon MontrealQuebec disappointed, vows to create its own gun registryMar 27, 2015 | 4:40Shawn talks to Sue Smith of Homerun about the reaction from Quebecers, including one who clearly does not like the CBC's coverage of the issue.
Radio Noon MontrealNo psychological testing for pilotMar 26, 2015 | 5:49Radio Noon speaks to a civil aviation medical examinor for Transport Canada who has been certifying pilots for more than 15 years.
Radio Noon MontrealAre you ready to cut the cord?Mar 25, 2015 | 8:40Cut the cable cord, that is. Radio Noon speaks to Sean Whitehead. He founded Kutco, an Ontario company that will help you get rid of cable. They're looking to expand into Quebec.
Radio Noon MontrealOsheaga announces 2015 lineupMar 24, 2015 | 5:29Daniel Glick, director of concerts at Evenko, tells Radio Noon what's planned for this year's Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. Tickets also go on sale today.
Radio Noon MontrealAttendance tracker at Longueuil high schoolMar 23, 2015 | 6:52A new system used to track attendance at a big high school in Longueuil means parents can keep a close eye on their teens. Radio Noon speaks to the vice-principle of the school.
Radio Noon MontrealAre the latest student strikes against austerity, fossil-fuel use... or both?Mar 23, 2015 | 3:36As students start a strike movement they hope will rival the spring of 2012, some critics say the strike is against too many things at once... Hydrocarbons, use of outer space... Shawn looks at the strike with Sue Smith on Homerun
Radio Noon MontrealMcGill rejects proposal for women-only hours at gymMar 20, 2015 | 11:37McGill University has refused a request to set aside hours for women to use its athletic centre. On Radio Noon, we hear from both McGill's Deputy Provost, and the VP of the McGill student's society on the school's decision.