Radio Noon MontrealShawn now has a bunch of books he can read - and a Hemmnigway joke tooJul 2, 2015 | 4:25We asked for your summer reading suggestions. We got those, and more. Shawn discusses with Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealMontreal's approach to language issues at city council meetingsJun 25, 2015 | 4:26Longueuil city councillor Robert Myles speaks French and English at city council meetings. Radio Noon speaks to Montreal city councillor Marvin Rotrand about his approach to language issues in Montreal.
Radio Noon MontrealMad as hell at Air Canada over carry-on crackdown? NopeMay 26, 2015 | 4:15AIr Canada has started enforcing its policy about the size of carry-on luggage. Passengers who call Radio noon say, it's about time.
Radio Noon MontrealVaudreuil man finds out about lawn mowing bylaw the hard wayJun 17, 2015 | 5:43Radio Noon speaks to a Vaudreuil man who recently got a ticket for mowing his lawn past 4:00 pm on the weekend.
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 MontrealCellphones key to big Mafia bustJun 12, 2014 | 13:12RCMP says BlackBerries helped them make 31 arrests. We get all the details of the crackdown and talk with a cyber security expert.
Radio Noon MontrealBreastfeeding mom asked to stop by lifeguardJul 3, 2014 | 31:36A Montreal mother is speaking out after a lifeguard at a public pool in Rosemont asked her to stop breastfeeding her child. Radio Noon speaks to the mom and listeners weigh-in.
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 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 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 MontrealuberX: Illegal or bargain - or both?Oct 29, 2014 | 4:36uberX lets regular people drive their regular cars - and pick up riders. It's like a taxi - but cheaper, and maybe, stranger. The city of Montreal says it's illegal. Uber says it's open for business.
Shawn Apel discusses with Homerun's Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealRebate on reusable diapers in Hochelaga-MaisonneuveJan 12, 2015 | 4:18The borough is trying to persuade young families to switch to reusable diapers by offering them a subsidy. Radio Noon speaks to Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve councillor Karine Boivin-Roy.
Radio Noon MontrealColumnist defends Theatre du Rideau VertJan 14, 2015 | 8:44Sophie Durocher is a columnist with the Journal de Montreal. She told Radio Noon's Shawn Apel that the theatre's use of a white actor to portray P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens was not blackface.
Radio Noon MontrealDoes MP stand for Missing Politician?Jan 27, 2015 | 4:25Quebec MP Sana Hassainia voted just 6% of the time last year in the House of Commons. On Radio Noon, Shawn asked: does that matter. Then he talked about it with Sue Smith