Radio Noon MontrealSavoura facing bankruptcyMar 3, 2015 | 5:22Jordan Lebel from Concordia's John Molson School of Business says the key to success is identifying your key customer, and learning to evolve with them.
Radio Noon MontrealIs crowdunding the best way to help?Mar 2, 2015 | 7:16When Rania El-Alloul was recently in court, the judge told her to take her hijab off. People heard her story and wanted to help. A crowdfunding campaign started but now that's creating other problems.
Radio Noon MontrealYes, I have a landline... but just for this interviewMar 2, 2015 | 4:40New reports show use of payphones and landlines plummeting. Shawn talks to Sona on Homerun about how people are using their phones...
Radio Noon MontrealQuebec judge wouldn't hear case of woman wearing hijabFeb 27, 2015 | 2:42Shawn Apel speaks to Montreal lawyer Mathieu Bouchard. Bouchard is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association’s Equality Committee and doesn't support the judge.
Radio Noon MontrealParental leave not available to city councillorsFeb 26, 2015 | 7:52Project Montreal city councillor Émile Thuillier says it's time the city of revises it's rules to reflect the reality of being a working parent.
Radio Noon MontrealExtreme cold means more maintenance, fewer buses on the roadFeb 24, 2015 | 4:17Radio Noon speaks to Renato Carlone, president of the union representing Montreal bus and metro drivers.
Radio Noon MontrealWife can't cure this allergy without breaking a few eggsFeb 24, 2015 | 4:11We talked about exposure to allergens today - after news of a study that suggests it's a good idea to let high-risk infants eat peanuts and build a tolerance. We got this call from a man who says he was exposed as an adult to an allergen - and surprised.
Radio Noon MontrealThe 87th Academy Awards: who should win?Feb 20, 2015 | 18:48The Oscars are coming up this weekend and Shawn touches base with film critic Eli Glasner to talk which film should win best picture. Listeners also weigh in.
Radio Noon MontrealRecipes aren't protected by copyright lawFeb 19, 2015 | 4:59Two chefs recently got into argument about who owns the rights to a particular version of a poudding chomeur recipe. David Lametti teaches intellectual property at McGill. He spoke to Radio Noon.
Radio Noon MontrealWas the Quebec school wrong - or smart - to strip-search a student?Feb 18, 2015 | 5:52As the province comes under fire for allowing strip-searches, Shawn brings Sue Smith reaction from Radio Noon - and from a lawyer, who offers an explanation for why the school acted on its own
Radio Noon MontrealInflated fees for medical services are a growing problemFeb 17, 2015 | 7:42That's according to the people who run a community health clinic in Pointe St-Charles. They've launched an online registry to track medical fees. Dr. Isabelle Leblanc spoke to Radio Noon about the initiative.
Radio Noon MontrealQuebecers stand out when it comes to questions surrounding vaccinesFeb 13, 2015 | 8:23According to a new Angus Reid poll, nearly ninety per cent of Canadians think vaccinations are effective at preventing disease, but that belief is lowest in Quebec at seventy five per cent. Radio Noon delves into why.
Radio Noon MontrealRomantic stories involving fate, crutches and collisionsFeb 13, 2015 | 4:46Radio Noon listeners tell their stories of how they met their significant others... and Shawn brings the stories to Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealDid Brian Williams intend to lie?Feb 11, 2015 | 3:39The NBC News anchor is suspended without pay for 6 months because of a story he told about covering the Iraq War that turned out to be false. Does the punishment fit the crime? Radio Noon speaks to columnist Lise Ravary.