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Radio Noon Montreal - Quebec loses 30,000 jobs in JulyAug 9, 2013 | 8:24Radio Noon Montreal Quebec loses 30,000 jobs in July Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Quebec loses 30,000 jobs in July Aug 9, 2013 | 8:24Canada's employment numbers for July are in and they aren't good. The official unemployment rate has now reached 7.2 per cent. Across the country we lost 39,000. But 30,000 of those jobs were in Quebec
Radio Noon Montreal - Lac-Mégantic disaster railway can no longer operate in CanadaAug 13, 2013 | 5:44Radio Noon Montreal Lac-Mégantic disaster railway can no longer operate in Canada Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Lac-Mégantic disaster railway can no longer operate in Canada Aug 13, 2013 | 5:44The Canadian Transportation Agency has pulled Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway's certificate of fitness. The railway doesn’t have enough third-party liability insurance, or the funds to pay for the self-insured portion, both of which are requirements.
Radio Noon Montreal - Debating a wider ban of religious symbolsAug 20, 2013 | 33:40Radio Noon Montreal Debating a wider ban of religious symbols Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Debating a wider ban of religious symbols Aug 20, 2013 | 33:40A broader ban on wearing religious symbols reported to be part of QC Charter of Values. Charles Taylor: "It will be deeply dividing."
Radio Noon Montreal - Heated views over wood-burning appliancesAug 22, 2013 | 28:14Radio Noon Montreal Heated views over wood-burning appliances Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Heated views over wood-burning appliances Aug 22, 2013 | 28:14Equiterre's Sydney Ribaux says industry should see coming Mtl ban as an opportunity. Callers wanting to keep their wood-burning fireplaces cite the ice storm.
Radio Noon Montreal - Premier Marois on multiculturalismSep 6, 2013 | 25:00Radio Noon Montreal Premier Marois on multiculturalism Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Premier Marois on multiculturalism Sep 6, 2013 | 25:00Premier Pauline Marois says religious wear could incite children to adopt religious practise, in an interview with Le Devoir on the PQ's proposed Charter of Quebec values. Radio Noon's guest host Ange-Aimée Woods gets a reaction from Liberal leader Philippe Couillard and members of Montreal's Muslim community react.
Radio Noon Montreal - Bernard Drainville defends the charterSep 11, 2013 | 20:48Radio Noon Montreal Bernard Drainville defends the charter Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Bernard Drainville defends the charter Sep 11, 2013 | 20:48Bernard St-Laurent's lively exchange with the values charter minister.
Radio Noon Montreal - Bernard Landry saddened by the Mourani expulsionSep 12, 2013 | 5:36Radio Noon Montreal Bernard Landry saddened by the Mourani expulsion Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Bernard Landry saddened by the Mourani expulsion Sep 12, 2013 | 5:36The former PQ premier says there won't be long term damage within the sovereignty movement over charter differences.
Radio Noon Montreal - Duffy versus the PM: Listeners reactOct 23, 2013 | 32:01Radio Noon Montreal Duffy versus the PM: Listeners react Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Duffy versus the PM: Listeners react Oct 23, 2013 | 32:01After Senator Mike Duffy's spirited defence, the opposition parties are demanding answers from the PM. Many listeners want answers, too.
Radio Noon Montreal - RCMP on human trafficking allegationsOct 23, 2013 | 5:53Radio Noon Montreal RCMP on human trafficking allegations Audio
Radio Noon Montreal RCMP on human trafficking allegations Oct 23, 2013 | 5:53RCMP says young women from Romania were being forced to work in massage parlours. CBC's Steve Rukavina has the details.
Radio Noon Montreal - Charter fallout: Senator told to go back homeOct 24, 2013 | 23:32Radio Noon Montreal Charter fallout: Senator told to go back home Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Charter fallout: Senator told to go back home Oct 24, 2013 | 23:32BC Senator Mobina Jaffer spoke out against the charter, got letters telling her to leave. François Legault worries the debate is skidding out of control.
Radio Noon Montreal - Clermont's new mayor: 20 years old!Nov 4, 2013 | 3:55Radio Noon Montreal Clermont's new mayor: 20 years old! Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Clermont's new mayor: 20 years old! Nov 4, 2013 | 3:55Alexandre Nickner and his team of candidates were all elected in the Abitibi community. He wants to attract new families to the region.
Radio Noon Montreal - Radio Noon Farm and Food ReportNov 12, 2013 | 22:53Radio Noon Montreal Radio Noon Farm and Food Report Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Radio Noon Farm and Food Report Nov 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 Montreal - Multitasking: Does it work?Nov 13, 2013 | 18:42Radio Noon Montreal Multitasking: Does it work? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Multitasking: 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 Montreal - Astronaut Hadfield's down-to-earth advice for callersNov 27, 2013 | 29:46Radio Noon Montreal Astronaut Hadfield's down-to-earth advice for callers Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Astronaut Hadfield's down-to-earth advice for callers Nov 27, 2013 | 29:46Former Space Station commander talks about meteors, China's space adventures, chucking the bucket list, and not going into politics.
Radio Noon Montreal - Reacting to the coroner on Fredy Villanueva shootingDec 17, 2013 | 36:14Radio Noon Montreal Reacting to the coroner on Fredy Villanueva shooting Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Reacting to the coroner on Fredy Villanueva shooting Dec 17, 2013 | 36:1418 year old Fredy Villanueva was shot to death by Montreal police in 2008. Coroner says a multitude of factors played into his death.

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