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.
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 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 MontrealInternet piracy crackdown stirs up debateMay 13, 2013 | 25:11A Montreal company is on the prowl for Internet pirates. Their campaign on behalf of some Hollywood producers raises fascinating ethical and legal questions. Our listeners call in with their reactions.
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 MontrealJohn Symon, Green Party CandidateAug 29, 2012 | 8:08We invite John Symon who's running in the riding of Marquette to talk about the Green Party's view of Jean Charest's Plan Nord and other important issues for his party.
Radio Noon MontrealMystery writer Louise Penny on QC walking tourApr 15, 2013 | 9:24Louise Penny talks about the tour based on her mystery hero to be offered in QC this summer. Tour guide Marie Legroulx joins in.
Radio Noon MontrealDoes Quebec need Equality Party 2.0?May 27, 2013 | 24:28Shawn Apel talks to Mark Bergeron of Equality Party 2.0 about efforts to build a new anglophone rights party. We also hear from Richard Yufe of CRITIQ. And our listeners call in and text with their comments.
Radio Noon MontrealAdvocacy group slams new rules for supervised drug injection sitesJun 6, 2013 | 15:13We talk to CBC reporter Catherine Cullen and Louis Letellier de St-Just of CACTUS about new rules for supervised drug injection sites introduced today by federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq. Our listeners call in with their comments.
Radio Noon MontrealJustin Trudeau's pot confession reactionAug 22, 2013 | 17:08One listener calls Trudeau 'the coolest politician ever' while another says the Liberal leader has lost his vote over smoking marijuana.
Radio Noon MontrealFarm Panel Tuesday November 5thNov 5, 2013 | 19:16Dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu, sheep and beef producer Bob Laberge, and agricultural communications specialist Hugh Maynard gather for a final farm panel. Thanks to all!!!