Radio Noon MontrealCanada Post campaigns against 'no flyers' mailbox stickersMay 24, 2013 | 22:20Canada Post has launched a campaign to encourage its clients to remove "no flyers" stickers from their mailboxes. We ask our listeners how they feel about receiving flyers.
Radio Noon MontrealMontreal officials under fire over handling of boil-water advisoryMay 23, 2013 | 27:07As about 1.3 million Montrealers adjust to life with a boil-water advisory, many of our listeners question the handling of emergency communications by municipal authorities and elected officials.
Radio Noon MontrealIs Quebec's assisted procreation program too generous?May 23, 2013 | 17:58We talk to two physicians with opposing views on Quebec's assisted procreation program. Dr. Gaétan Barrette wants limitations on who can use it. But Dr. Camille Sylvestre says limiting access to the program will do more harm than good.
Radio Noon MontrealDrainville revives religious accommodation debateMay 22, 2013 | 20:59The crucifix at the National Assembly can stay but public servants will not be allowed to wear kippas, turbans and other overt religious symbols, says PQ minister Bernard Drainville. Our listeners react to PQ's Charter of Quebec Values proposal.
Radio Noon MontrealSenate scandal fuels debate over second chamber's futureMay 21, 2013 | 31:22From annointing a benevolent emperor to abolishing the Senate altogether, our listeners and guests share their ideas on how to fix Canada's 'chamber of sober reflection.'
Radio Noon MontrealFarm panel for May 21, 2013May 21, 2013 | 10:12Our farm panelists Bob Laberge, Hugh Maynard and Jeannie Neveu discuss with Shawn Apel rain and last week's PQ announcement on 'food sovereignty.'
Radio Noon MontrealPQ overture on Bill 14 gets cold shoulderMay 17, 2013 | 37:18We speak to PQ minister Jean-Francois Lisée about the open letter he co-wrote with Diane De Courcy promising changes to Bill 14. We also hear reaction from the Liberals and our listeners call in and text with their opinions.
Radio Noon MontrealUFO sightings in Canada in 2012 doubled previous recordMay 17, 2013 | 8:10Host Steve Rukavina talks to Chris Rutkowski about his 2012 Canadian UFO Survey that shows an almost two-fold increase in the number of UFO sightings over the previous year. We also hear from a listener about a possible UFO encounter in Valleyfield.
Radio Noon MontrealDrainville draws fire with parking accommodation commentsMay 16, 2013 | 46:45PQ minister Bernard Drainville set Radio Noon's lines on fire with his comments about parking accommodation for observant Jews. Our listeners call in and text with their reactions.
Radio Noon MontrealSmokers knew the risks: tobacco companiesMay 15, 2013 | 24:31We hear from both sides in a giant lawsuit against Canada's largest tobacco companies. And our listeners call in with their reactions to the $27-billion class-action lawsuit on behalf of Quebec smokers.
Radio Noon MontrealChamplain Bridge hole 'not dangerous': engineerMay 15, 2013 | 19:04Civil engineer Hellen Christodoulou tells host Shawn Apel she believes assurances by the Federal Bridge Corporation that the Champlain Bridge is safe despite the discovery of a 6-foot hole.
Radio Noon MontrealJolie praised for going public about her double mastectomyMay 14, 2013 | 25:28We talk to Dr. Mark Basik and breast cancer survivor Anna Capobianco-Skipworth about Angelina Jolie's decision to go public about her double mastectomy. And our listeners call in with their own stories and questions about fighting cancer.
Radio Noon MontrealFarm panel for May 14, 2013May 14, 2013 | 12:05Our farm panelists Bob Laberge, Hugh Maynard and Jeannie Neveu discuss with Shawn Apel recent frost warnings, a new biomass boiler for Quebec's cattle industry and the upcoming PQ meeting on food sovereignty.