Radio Noon MontrealQuebec City named best place to be a woman in CanadaApr 23, 2014 | 10:28Study author cites Quebec's civil service jobs and a work-life balance as contributing factors. Montreal comes fourth; Sherbrooke eighth.
Radio Noon MontrealListeners divided over Ron MacLean's ref commentsApr 23, 2014 | 35:06Gilles Duceppe wants CBC to sanction Ron MacLean. We talk to HNIC's Elliotte Friedman, minor hockey league referee Keith Mills, and lots of callers.
Radio Noon MontrealWhat have you done for the environment?Apr 22, 2014 | 25:36On Earth Day, we talk about changes we've made for the environment: Listeners cite recycling, composting, using cloth diapers, buying local.
Radio Noon MontrealFarm and Food Report: Tue Apr 22Apr 22, 2014 | 9:33Communications specialist Hugh Maynard talks about the Mercy for Animals videos, a farm garbage project and taking farm equipment on the road.
Radio Noon MontrealIn praise of vinyl recordsApr 17, 2014 | 26:31Musician Sam Roberts tells us why he's a huge fan and collector of vinyl records as we hear about Record Store Day, coming this Saturday.
Radio Noon MontrealFlooding spreads to more areas in QuebecApr 16, 2014 | 34:24From Sherbrooke to the Laurentians and outside Quebec City flooding's consequences can be seen. We hear about kayaking on water-covered roads.
Radio Noon MontrealFarm and Food Report Tue Apr 15Apr 15, 2014 | 13:32Markus Ritter with Fermes Valens Farms in Huntingdon talks about water-covered fields. And stocks at the Harvest Montreal food bank are low.
Radio Noon MontrealSoldier transition programs: Past and presentApr 11, 2014 | 16:18We hear about the Education Corps of WWII set up to help returning soldiers as well as today's offerings by the Canadian military.
Radio Noon MontrealFarm and Food Report - April 9Apr 9, 2014 | 6:51This week's Farm and Food Report looks at how the election results affect the farming community in the province and want the spring thaw does to crops.
Radio Noon MontrealLiberal majority: Day-after reactionsApr 8, 2014 | 48:07Many listeners express relief at Monday's results. Former PQ premier Bernard Landry says the sovereignist option is not in question.