Radio Noon MontrealMapping Quebec dropout ratesDec 12, 2013 | 35:01Debating why different regions have higher or lower dropout rates. Eastern Townships School Board worked hard to keep its students in school.
Radio Noon MontrealCanada Post phasing out home mail deliveryDec 11, 2013 | 29:13Canada post is stopping home delivery and raising postal fees as part of its new business plan. Union representing workers in Montreal say they don't understand the decision and that this can mean "the end for Canada Post."
Radio Noon MontrealCanada doesn't speak at Mandela memorialDec 10, 2013 | 34:41MP Irwin Cotler disappointed Canada's historic role wasn't part of ceremony for Mandela, adds it didn't detract from the overall event.
Radio Noon MontrealRN Food and Farm Report Dec 10Dec 10, 2013 | 13:04Hugh Maynard has the story of Quebec poutine and the Golden Arches. We meet Markus Ritter, one of four farmers who founded a farming co-op.
Radio Noon MontrealAnti-human-trafficking squad based in MontrealDec 9, 2013 | 23:40Public security minister Steven Blaney says great expertise in Montreal for battling human trafficking, adds 90% of victims are Canadian.
Radio Noon MontrealQuebecers honour the life of Nelson MandelaDec 6, 2013 | 49:47Former member of the ANC and Professor Dan O'Meara: "This man symbolized the possibility to go from the very worst in politics... to the very best."
Radio Noon MontrealBetter understanding of mental healthDec 4, 2013 | 47:58Douglas Institute head Lynne McVey talks about the need to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. We discuss the role music, art and meditation can play.
Radio Noon MontrealRemembering a Quebec airplane tragedyNov 29, 2013 | 9:44Catherine Cullen talks to relatives who lost family members in the crash of a DC-8 in 1963, the worst air disaster in Quebec history.
Radio Noon MontrealAstronaut Hadfield's down-to-earth advice for callersNov 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 MontrealEnbridge defends its pipeline project at hearingsNov 26, 2013 | 18:59Enbridge's proposal to reverse the flow in its pipeline to carry Alberta crude oil to Montreal examined at National Assembly hearings.
Radio Noon MontrealRadio Noon Farm and Food Report, Nov 26Nov 26, 2013 | 16:50Agricultural specialist Hugh Maynard updates us on farm issues. Apple growers Tim Petch and François Pouliot are happy with the 2013 crop.