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Homerun - Drivers get ready: major construction begins tomorrow on the Decarie service roadNov 18, 2014 | 9:03Homerun Drivers get ready: major construction begins tomorrow on the Decarie service road Audio
Homerun Drivers get ready: major construction begins tomorrow on the Decarie service road Nov 18, 2014 | 9:03Drivers in NDG are facing even more problems as more construction starts tomorrow morning on the Decarie service road at Cote St.Luc Road. Homerun's Sue Smith talked to Russell Copeman, the mayor of CDN-NDG, about the construction plans.
Homerun - Inside Afghanistan with Mellissa FungNov 18, 2014 | 7:38Homerun Inside Afghanistan with Mellissa Fung Audio
Homerun Inside Afghanistan with Mellissa Fung Nov 18, 2014 | 7:38Today former CBC reporter Mellissa Fung is in Montreal to talk to journalism students at Concordia. Fung reported out of Afghanistan for seven years and during that time, she was kidnapped and held for 28 days. Homerun's Sue Smith talked to Fung about why
Radio Noon Montreal - When do you want to retire?Nov 18, 2014 | 24:20Radio Noon Montreal When do you want to retire? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal When do you want to retire? Nov 18, 2014 | 24:20How are you preparing for your retirement? If you've already retired, how are you finding it? Radio Noon speaks with Gillian Leithman. She studies the ageing workforce and retirement preperation.
All in a Weekend Montreal - Tamara Weber-FillionNov 16, 2014 | 5:54All in a Weekend Montreal Tamara Weber-Fillion Audio
All in a Weekend Montreal Tamara Weber-Fillion Nov 16, 2014 | 5:54Haitian-born, Beauce-raised singer-songwriter Tamara Weber-Fillion released her debut album "Time, Wind and Fire". She spoke with host Sonali Karnick about moving to Quebec City to further her musical education and why she writes music in English.
Daybreak Montreal - Paraplegic man told by school board his children aren't eligible for busingNov 18, 2014 | 9:22Daybreak Montreal Paraplegic man told by school board his children aren't eligible for busing Audio
Daybreak Montreal Paraplegic man told by school board his children aren't eligible for busing Nov 18, 2014 | 9:22John Pereira is a paraplegic man who moved from his family home to another house just 9 minutes away this October. Now he says the move means his children don't get busing to school. He's asking the school board to make an exception.
Homerun - Saving the Negro Community Centre in Little BurgundyNov 17, 2014 | 5:54Homerun Saving the Negro Community Centre in Little Burgundy Audio
Homerun Saving the Negro Community Centre in Little Burgundy Nov 17, 2014 | 5:54People in the Sud-Ouest borough are making a last ditch effort to try and save the Negro Community Centre from being demolished. Homerun's Sue Smith talked to Craig Sauvé, a Sud-Ouest city councillor about what the borough is doing.
Homerun - I See Montreal ConferenceNov 17, 2014 | 6:57Homerun I See Montreal Conference Audio
Homerun I See Montreal Conference Nov 17, 2014 | 6:57Over a thousand Montrealers got together today to share their ideas for revitalizing the city. One of those ideas is Rouloboulo - a job truck for unemployed young people. Homerun's Sue Smith talked to Martin Choquette, who's spearheading the project.
Radio Noon Montreal - Liberal Health Minister Gaetan Barrette downplays healthcare fears over Bill 10Nov 17, 2014 | 6:59Radio Noon Montreal Liberal Health Minister Gaetan Barrette downplays healthcare fears over Bill 10 Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Liberal Health Minister Gaetan Barrette downplays healthcare fears over Bill 10 Nov 17, 2014 | 6:59Minister says changes will save money and improve health care - even for anglophones. He tells Radio Noon host Shawn Apel he is listening to concerns, but won't delay changes for long.
Daybreak Montreal - School tells parents to be vigilant after man in SUV approaches studentNov 17, 2014 | 2:44Daybreak Montreal School tells parents to be vigilant after man in SUV approaches student Audio
Daybreak Montreal School tells parents to be vigilant after man in SUV approaches student Nov 17, 2014 | 2:44The Westwood Highschool in St. Lazare has sent a note to parents and children to stay vigilant around strangers. This comes after a man in an SUV approached a student, who ran to safety. Lester B Pearson Chair Suanne Stein Day speaks to Daybreak.
Homerun - Mouldy school leaves parents wondering where their children will goNov 14, 2014 | 7:05Homerun Mouldy school leaves parents wondering where their children will go Audio
Homerun Mouldy school leaves parents wondering where their children will go Nov 14, 2014 | 7:05Inspectors have found mould inside Sainte-Catherine-de-Sienne school. Sue speaks to Louis Simard, the father of two of the 300 children who will have to find a new school for 2015.
Radio Noon Montreal - A quota by any other name would still smell like ticketsNov 14, 2014 | 4:19Radio Noon Montreal A quota by any other name would still smell like tickets Audio
Radio Noon Montreal A quota by any other name would still smell like tickets Nov 14, 2014 | 4:19Montreal's police chief says yes, there's a quota for tickets - though he doesn't want to call it that. Shawn discusses with Sue Smith of Homerun Shawn discusses with
Radio Noon Montreal - Montreal police chief speaks out on ticket quotasNov 14, 2014 | 20:50Radio Noon Montreal Montreal police chief speaks out on ticket quotas Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Montreal police chief speaks out on ticket quotas Nov 14, 2014 | 20:50Montreal police chief Marc Parent admits to ticket quotas, sort of. We asked listeners what they think.
Daybreak Montreal - Pointe-Claire mayor calls for more security at Fairview, looks back on 1st year in officeNov 14, 2014 | 9:10Daybreak Montreal Pointe-Claire mayor calls for more security at Fairview, looks back on 1st year in office Audio
Daybreak Montreal Pointe-Claire mayor calls for more security at Fairview, looks back on 1st year in office Nov 14, 2014 | 9:10Morris Trudeau looks back on his first year in office as mayor of Pointe-Claire. He says it's important to consider the safety of West Island businesses and shoppers after a robbery at Fairview's Birks shop--calling for increased security.
Daybreak Montreal - First-hand account of Birks robbery at Fairview Shopping CentreNov 14, 2014 | 2:50Daybreak Montreal First-hand account of Birks robbery at Fairview Shopping Centre Audio
Daybreak Montreal First-hand account of Birks robbery at Fairview Shopping Centre Nov 14, 2014 | 2:50Armen Taverdian was at the Fairview shopping centre the night that the Birks jewellery shop was robbed. He told Mike Finnerty that he ran toward the source of the action.
Daybreak Montreal - Break-ins in Kirkland and Beaconsfield leave West Islanders worriedNov 14, 2014 | 10:02Daybreak Montreal Break-ins in Kirkland and Beaconsfield leave West Islanders worried Audio
Daybreak Montreal Break-ins in Kirkland and Beaconsfield leave West Islanders worried Nov 14, 2014 | 10:02From our West Island remote broadcast: A string of break-ins on the West Island has many residents on high alert. Thieves are targeting homes in various parts of the West Island. One police station is reporting 15 break-ins for the month of October alone.

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