Radio Noon MontrealOshawa Mayor plans to keep Lord's Prayer before council meetingsApr 17, 2015 | 0:50Mayor John Henry tells the CBC's Matt Galloway the Supreme Court ruling on Saguenay and its prayer makes no sense
Radio Noon MontrealRecord Store Day: Socalled and Soundcentral reminisce about first album purchaseApr 17, 2015 | 9:34We celebrate Record Store Day by asking: what was the first record you bought? Socalled says Bach... while Soundcentral owner Shawn Ellingham says Queen!
Radio Noon MontrealNew shuttle for people with disabilities coming soon to MUHC?Apr 16, 2015 | 4:46The head of the STM, Philippe Schnobb, answered questions on Radio Noon today. One question was about the lack of an whellchair-accessible tunnel from Vendome Metro station.
Radio Noon MontrealJonas talks BIXI on the first day of new biking seasonApr 15, 2015 | 3:14Radio Noon's Elias Abboud speaks with Montreal-born singer Jonas, just after the singer finished a promo event for the new season of the BIXI bike service.
Radio Noon MontrealHeartbroken community wants heritage church to be rebuiltApr 14, 2015 | 4:31The Koimisis Tis Theotokou Greek church in Parc-Extension burned to the ground last night. The church has been the cornerstone of Montreal's greek community since 1967. Radio Noon speaks to community members about their memories of the church.
Radio Noon MontrealResearch finds paternity leave is good for marriageApr 13, 2015 | 0:17Men who take advantage of Quebec's paternity-leave program are more likely to help out around the house for years afterward, says Stephanie Coontz of the Council on Contemporary Families
Radio Noon MontrealCorey Shapiro on why his St-Henri businesses have been spat onApr 10, 2015 | 1:14Corey Shapiro owns several new businesses in St-Henri - and has been targetted for gentrifying the area.
Radio Noon Montreal$1000 shaves, and long walks to the post officeApr 10, 2015 | 3:32Is gentrification in St-Henri a good thing? Businessman Corey Shapiro and community activist Fred Burrill brought their different views to Radio Noon.
Radio Noon MontrealGino Vanelli back in Montreal for concertsApr 9, 2015 | 10:12Montreal musician Gino Vannelli was in the Homerun studio talking about coming home to Montreal, his upcoming shows, and where he wants to take his music next.
Radio Noon MontrealMost drivers guilty of some kind of road rageApr 8, 2015 | 3:56Radio Noon speaks to Perry Adler, a clinical psychologist at the Jewish General Hospital, about road rage. Over the weekend, there was an incident of road rage where a man used a chainsaw to threaten a family.
Radio Noon MontrealSome simple pointers to avoid road-rageApr 8, 2015 | 0:56Want to avoid being drawn into a road-rage incident? You might want to consider leaving your middle-finger in your pocket. After a highly publicized incident involving a chainsaw, psychologist Perry Adler has some advice.
Radio Noon MontrealHow difficult is the transition into adult life for people with autism spectrum disordersApr 7, 2015 | 1:00:19A glaring lack of programs is just the tip of the iceberg...Shawn talks to two adults with ASD, as well as researchers and callers.
Radio Noon MontrealOffensive to compare students to children, says McGill Law student organizerApr 2, 2015 | 2:44Quebec Education Minister François Blais suggested in an interview that university rectors should discipline students to send a message to other protesters. Radio Noon speaks to Charlotte-Anne Malischewski from Mcgill University Law Students Against Aust