Radio Noon MontrealSecurity expert says incidents like the one in St-Jean are tough to preventOct 21, 2014 | 6:37Radio Noon's Shawn Apel speaks to Dave Charland, a former intelligence officer with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
Radio Noon MontrealCould the Intelligence Community have done more to prevent the St-Jean attacks?Oct 21, 2014 | 5:20A day after an apparent deliberate attack on two Canadian soldiers, many callers are disappointed the suspect wasn't stopped. One former CSIS agent says the suspect may have been further angered when his passport was seized.
Shawn discusses with Homerun
Radio Noon MontrealPrivate college dismisses teacher because of acting pastOct 20, 2014 | 11:32Jacqueline Laurent-Auger taught theatre at College Jean-de-Brebeuf until the school found out about films she made more than forty years ago. Do you think they were right to let her go?
Radio Noon MontrealShould a previous career in erotic movies disqualify a high-school thetatre teacher?Oct 20, 2014 | 5:44It seems to at College Brebeuf. Jacueline Laurent-Auger is 73 - and she was a theatre teacher there. Until this summer. Students found evidence of the movies she made in the 70s and the school let het go.
Shawn discusses with Homerun's Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealShould whistleblower student been punished?Oct 17, 2014 | 19:03A student at a Lester B. Pearson School Board was suspended for day after recording his Ethics class which was meant to be taught in French, not English.
Radio Noon Montreal"Inside fee?" What's your favourite dumb charge?Oct 17, 2014 | 3:39We asked for your dumbest charges, and we got some whoppers. Delivery service that charged extra to bring things inside... Fuel surcharge for bike messengers. Shawn talks with Homerun's Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealAre we taking enough precautions against Ebola?Oct 16, 2014 | 28:39Quebec Public Health Director Horacio Arruda says the province and the country are generally prepared but not everyone is convinced, including the federation representing Quebec's nurses.
Radio Noon MontrealCan face-to-face contact make you healthier?Oct 14, 2014 | 26:00Susan Pinker is the author of Village Effect. She says human contact is crucial for learning, happiness and longevity.
Radio Noon MontrealTaxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police sayOct 10, 2014 | 5:11Montreal police are recommending that passengers ride in pairs as a precaution. One caller thinks it's unfair to put the onus on the passenger, another says the advice is practical.
Radio Noon MontrealNo laundry on Ville Saint-Laurent balconiesOct 9, 2014 | 7:12A Ville Saint-Laurent man is angry after receiving a letter from the borough asking him to remove the drying rack from his balcony or face a $325 fine. It's all due to a borough by-law.
Radio Noon MontrealIs Canada getting too involved in the fight against ISIS?Oct 7, 2014 | 29:05Canada is poised to send six CF-18 fighter jets, support planes and hundreds more people to Iraq. Do you support Canada's involvement?
Radio Noon MontrealDo we really need family doctors?Oct 6, 2014 | 44:52As part of CBC Montreal's Hacking the system: Making health care work for you series, Radio Noon listeners debate whether Quebecers really need a family doctor and share their health care stories.
Radio Noon MontrealShould only Canadians bands play the Grey Cup?Oct 3, 2014 | 15:11Radio Noon listeners debate the CFL's decision to choose Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons to perform in the halftime show at next month's Grey Cup game.
Radio Noon MontrealDid the city go too far?Oct 2, 2014 | 19:56The city of Montreal has fired 6 firefighters because of their involvement in violent protests at city hall in August. Radio Noon listeners react to the decision.