Radio Noon MontrealLawrence Bergman bows outMar 10, 2014 | 8:3320 year Liberal veteran Lawrence Bergman announces he won't run again. He talks about his career representing D'Arcy McGee to Monique Lacombe.
Radio Noon MontrealAssessing the PKP impact on the campaignMar 10, 2014 | 37:22The fallout is non-stop after Pierre Karl Péladeau's surprise entry into the campaign as a PQ candidate. Some subscribers dump Videotron.
Radio Noon MontrealEduc'alcool: Consult before extending bar hoursMar 6, 2014 | 27:51Educ'alcool says impact of keeping bars open from 3:00 to 6:00am unknown, wants consultations. Ex-bartender welcomes idea.
Radio Noon MontrealMarois takes questions; PLQ, CAQ on economyMar 6, 2014 | 17:39Day 2: Marois won't say yes or no to a possible referendum; Liberals unveil economy stars; CAQ to tackle Quebecers' tax load.
Radio Noon MontrealVoting changes for students, snowbirdsMar 5, 2014 | 5:59Students needn't go home to vote, 175 educational facilities to have polling stations. Voters outside QC must register, can do so online.
Radio Noon MontrealShould Ottawa get involved in a Quebec election?Mar 4, 2014 | 19:15Callers wade in on whether the federal government should get involved in the coming election, given the recent referendum talk.
Radio Noon MontrealFood and Farm Report Tuesday March 04Mar 4, 2014 | 13:33Farmers voice their concerns about the Enbridge pipeline reversal project. We also meet a Townships farmer, noted for his giant pumpkins.
Radio Noon MontrealBarrette on his switch to the LiberalsMar 3, 2014 | 8:02Former CAQ candidate is back in politics to run for the PLQ. Gaétan Barrette is "appalled" at the PQ for reopening the referendum debate.
Radio Noon MontrealPQ downplays CBC pollFeb 26, 2014 | 19:57PQ ministers say there are always people thinking of leaving but in the end they don't. Opposition blames divisive PQ policies. Callers react.
Radio Noon MontrealHave you seriously considered leaving Quebec?Feb 25, 2014 | 30:48The economy, political uncertainty, taxes and jobs are all reasons why 51 per cent of English-speakers said they had considered moving out of the province, a new EKOS poll commissioned by the CBC suggests.