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 MontrealLouise Penny on her new bookAug 17, 2015 | 16:18Louise Penny is the author of a wildly successful mystery series which takes place in Three Pines, Quebec. Her new book is set to be released next week. She spoke to Radio Noon about it.
Radio Noon MontrealThis show about taxis was Uber interestingAug 21, 2015 | 47:24What will give Montreal's taxi industry a boost? Cameras in taxis, a new branding image, and accepting debit cards in cars are all part of the plan. Taxi driver Hassan Kattoua answers your questions.
Radio Noon MontrealAre you ready to cut the cord?Mar 25, 2015 | 8:40Cut the cable cord, that is. Radio Noon speaks to Sean Whitehead. He founded Kutco, an Ontario company that will help you get rid of cable. They're looking to expand into Quebec.
Radio Noon MontrealDid you watch the federal election debate?Aug 7, 2015 | 4:12Ilona Dougherty from Apathy is Boring breaks down why the debate was so early in the campaign and what impact it may have on voters.
Radio Noon MontrealTeachers in Montreal cut extracurricular activities as pressure tacticSep 2, 2015 | 5:09Shawn Apel speaks with a parent whose children will no longer have extracurricular activities at school, as part of pressure tactics by teachers. Plus: another parent isn't so happy with teachers' actions.
Radio Noon MontrealShould mandatory sexual education come back to QC schools?Sep 1, 2015 | 3:08As the Education ministry announces a sexual education pilot project for 15 QC schools, Shawn Apel speaks to Kimberly Wong from Aids Community Care Montreal, who works in educating young people on preventing STIs and HIV.
Radio Noon MontrealCanadian Muslim Forum responds to "Old-Stock" Harper commentSep 18, 2015 | 2:53Shawn Apel speaks with Samer Majzoub from the Canadian Muslim Forum, who responds to Progressive Conservative party leader Stephen Harper's use of the term 'Old-Stock' Canadians during a debate.
Radio Noon MontrealPQ denies 'charter strategy' leakMar 31, 2014 | 33:22Pauline Marois says a PQ majority would use the notwithstanding clause, denies it would use charter to trigger a legal fight with Ottawa.
Radio Noon MontrealStuart McLean on graduations and parental expectationsJun 9, 2014 | 10:27Broadcaster McLean receives honorary degree, remembers feeling he earned his BA 43 years ago, says his parents didn't have high expectations.
Radio Noon MontrealShould the government cut its funding for private schools?Oct 1, 2014 | 5:00The Quebec government is looking into cutting subsidies for private schools in the province. Radio Noon listeners debate the topic.
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 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.
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Radio Noon MontrealNew taxi service in MontrealOct 29, 2014 | 13:41Popular app-based taxi service Uber is launching uberX in Montreal. This allows non-professional drivers to have passengers in their own personal cars for a cheaper fare than standard cabs. Would you use this service?
Radio Noon MontrealDoes the beginning of the long dash indicate EXACTLY one o'clock, really?Nov 5, 2014 | 2:05We celebrate the 75th anniversary of national broadcasts of the National Research Council's Official Time Signal. But the council's John Bernard tells us the word exact might be, well... not exactly the right word.