Radio Noon MontrealMerits of working a three day weekJul 23, 2014 | 31:14One of world's richest men says working three days a week would give us a lot more time to do other things. Radio Noon asks if you would like to work three days a week?
Radio Noon MontrealCoroner wants drowsy driving to be punishable by lawJul 22, 2014 | 26:12Montreal coroner Quoc-Bao Do made that recommendation his report into a fatal car accident that killed 5 people in 2011. Radio Noon talks about the impact of driving while drowsy.
Radio Noon MontrealTransport Minister announces working group to improve road sharingJul 15, 2014 | 17:27Robert Poëti says he's worried about the high number of accidents involving cyclists. He wants to modernize the highway safety. Radio Noon asks whether this will lead to better road sharing.
Radio Noon MontrealSaint-Lambert tells Ville-Marie Borough to turn down the volumeJul 14, 2014 | 22:49The town of Saint-Lambert on Montreal's South Shore has sent a legal letter to the Ville-Marie Borough because they say concerts at Parc Jean-Drapeau are too loud. Radio Noon looks at whether it's reasonable to ask for better noise control.
Radio Noon MontrealCell phone users hope more competition will lead to cheaper ratesJul 8, 2014 | 30:18The federal government wants more competition in the wireless industry. It's announced a new auction of wireless spectrum. Will that mean cheaper prices and better service for customers?
Radio Noon MontrealShould speed limits be increased?Jul 4, 2014 | 17:31British Columbia has just raised the speed limits on some highways to 120 km/h. On Radio Noon today, we spoke to the Automobile Protection Association, and listeners across Quebec weighed in on the debate.
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 MontrealWho should be the next Habs captain?Jul 2, 2014 | 35:17The Montreal Canadiens have made major changes to their lineup. Captain Brian Gionta and alternate captain Josh Gorges have been traded to Buffalo. Radio Noon asks who should be the next captain.
Radio Noon MontrealWalmart employees win legal battle against the retail giantJun 30, 2014 | 20:19Radio Noon looks at the Supreme Court of Canada's ruling which says the Walmart in Jonquiere violated labour laws when it closed the store in 2005 after employees tried to unionize.
Radio Noon MontrealNo home insurance for foster parentJun 19, 2014 | 30:23A Montreal mother lost her home insurance because she has more than two foster children. We spoke to the Insurance Bureau of Canada, a foster parent, and a Quebec federation that promotes fostering children.
Radio Noon MontrealMunicipal pension plan protestJun 18, 2014 | 23:41Municipal union workers protested over proposed reforms to their pensions. Shawn speaks to the spokesperson for the coalition of unions opposing the reforms and listeners weigh-in.
Radio Noon MontrealAnimal treatment in the dairy industryJun 17, 2014 | 48:25Lino Saputo Jr., Nicholas Gilman of Montreal's SPCA, dairy farmers and listeners respond to cattle abuse video released by Mercy for Animals Canada.
Radio Noon MontrealKeeping Mount Royal Park cleanJun 16, 2014 | 18:48Listeners weigh-in on how to keep our parks clean. Some say pack it in pack it out; others want the city to conduct more garbage pick-ups.