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Maritime Noon - Escaped Convicts, Your Thoughts, On Phone-In: Is Your Food Bland?Jun 16, 2015 | 52:55Maritime Noon Escaped Convicts, Your Thoughts, On Phone-In: Is Your Food Bland? Audio
Maritime Noon Escaped Convicts, Your Thoughts, On Phone-In: Is Your Food Bland? Jun 16, 2015 | 52:55Hear the strange story of how Dog the Bounty Hunter pointed to P.E.I. as a possible place to find two escaped American convicts. Your thoughts on whether the Senate needs changing. We ask whether you've noticed your chicken and produce tasting blander. P
Maritime Noon - Destroyed Church Lawsuit, Your Thoughts, Your Appliance QuestionsJun 15, 2015 | 52:50Maritime Noon Destroyed Church Lawsuit, Your Thoughts, Your Appliance Questions Audio
Maritime Noon Destroyed Church Lawsuit, Your Thoughts, Your Appliance Questions Jun 15, 2015 | 52:50St. Mary's Polish Church in Sydney is being sued by the roofing contractor it blames for starting the fire that destroyed the historic building. Your thoughts on the proposed Mother Canada statue. On the phone-in, your appliance questions.
Maritime Noon - Mother Canada Patrons, Worm in the Toothpaste, What to do with the Senate, Homework FeedbackJun 12, 2015 | 53:13Maritime Noon Mother Canada Patrons, Worm in the Toothpaste, What to do with the Senate, Homework Feedback Audio
Maritime Noon Mother Canada Patrons, Worm in the Toothpaste, What to do with the Senate, Homework Feedback Jun 12, 2015 | 53:13The controversial Mother Canada memorial has some high profile patrons. A Halifax couple finds a worm in their toothpaste. On the phone-in: What should we do with the Senate? Plus, your thoughts on homework.
Maritime Noon - Mental Health Patient Walks Away, The Value of HomeworkJun 11, 2015 | 52:58Maritime Noon Mental Health Patient Walks Away, The Value of Homework Audio
Maritime Noon Mental Health Patient Walks Away, The Value of Homework Jun 11, 2015 | 52:58A Nova Scotia mother wants answers after her mentally ill son was released from the Valley Regional Hospital, just hours after police brought him to the ER. On the phone-in: Is homework a valuable learning tool? Or a waste of time that stresses out kids,
Maritime Noon - Once in a Blue Lobster, Inclusive Bathrooms, Childhood Pain Phone-In, Your ThoughtsJun 10, 2015 | 53:00Maritime Noon Once in a Blue Lobster, Inclusive Bathrooms, Childhood Pain Phone-In, Your Thoughts Audio
Maritime Noon Once in a Blue Lobster, Inclusive Bathrooms, Childhood Pain Phone-In, Your Thoughts Jun 10, 2015 | 53:00Maritime fishermen are hauling in some rare catches lately. We ask what's up. We hear about a Moncton high school that's converted two bathrooms to gender neutral. On the phone-in, psychologist Christine Chambers gives advice on managing childhood pain. P
Maritime Noon - Risky Play, Hedge Feedback, Procrastination, Ocean Plastic, Blue LobsterJun 9, 2015 | 52:47Maritime Noon Risky Play, Hedge Feedback, Procrastination, Ocean Plastic, Blue Lobster Audio
Maritime Noon Risky Play, Hedge Feedback, Procrastination, Ocean Plastic, Blue Lobster Jun 9, 2015 | 52:47A new report from Participaction says adults need to let kids play, take risks, and get outside. The mayor of Saint Andrew's says a large hedge creates a serious blind spot. On the phone-in: why we procrastinate. Plus, your stories of plastic found in the
Maritime Noon - Hedge Fight, Ocean Plastics, Star Wars ScriptJun 8, 2015 | 52:34Maritime Noon Hedge Fight, Ocean Plastics, Star Wars Script Audio
Maritime Noon Hedge Fight, Ocean Plastics, Star Wars Script Jun 8, 2015 | 52:34Some residents in Saint Andrews, N.B. are rallying to save a 50-year-old cedar hedge on a corner lot of a historic home. The town wants to cut it back to improve visibility for drivers. On the phone-in, we discuss plastic in our oceans, and what you've se
Maritime Noon - Senate Expenses, Marjorie Willison, No Toddlers FeedbackJun 5, 2015 | 52:54Maritime Noon Senate Expenses, Marjorie Willison, No Toddlers Feedback Audio
Maritime Noon Senate Expenses, Marjorie Willison, No Toddlers Feedback Jun 5, 2015 | 52:54Nova Scotia senator James Cowan defends his expenses, which have been flagged by the Auditor General. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your questions. Plus, your thoughts about a ban on toddlers attending musicals.
Maritime Noon - Northern Pulp Firing, No Toddlers, Running, Hospital Responds, Moncton Shooting AnniversaryJun 4, 2015 | 52:35Maritime Noon Northern Pulp Firing, No Toddlers, Running, Hospital Responds, Moncton Shooting Anniversary Audio
Maritime Noon Northern Pulp Firing, No Toddlers, Running, Hospital Responds, Moncton Shooting Anniversary Jun 4, 2015 | 52:35We ask when you can be fired for something you say or do on your own time. A PEI musical bans kids under four from attending. On the phone-in: learn to run. Plus, a Nova Scotia hospital responds after a patient was discharged without shoes. And we mark on
Maritime Noon - Shoeless Discharge, Allergy Season, Your ThoughtsJun 3, 2015 | 52:50Maritime Noon Shoeless Discharge, Allergy Season, Your Thoughts Audio
Maritime Noon Shoeless Discharge, Allergy Season, Your Thoughts Jun 3, 2015 | 52:50A man was released from the mental health unit of a Nova Scotia hospital with no transportation, or shoes. A man found him after he'd walked 15 kilometers, shoeless. Dr. Greg Rex takes your questions about allergies. Plus, your thoughts on the Mother Cana
Maritime Noon - P.E.I. Abortion Access, Mother Canada Backlash, Josh Levs and Paternity Leave, Potato TamperingJun 2, 2015 | 52:51Maritime Noon P.E.I. Abortion Access, Mother Canada Backlash, Josh Levs and Paternity Leave, Potato Tampering Audio
Maritime Noon P.E.I. Abortion Access, Mother Canada Backlash, Josh Levs and Paternity Leave, Potato Tampering Jun 2, 2015 | 52:51PEI has removed some of the barriers for women seeking an abortion. Cape Breton residents rally against a 10-storey war memorial planned for Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Josh Levs, author of "All In", on why more men aren't taking paternity leave
Maritime Noon - Free House, Jim White, Beluga SightingJun 1, 2015 | 53:09Maritime Noon Free House, Jim White, Beluga Sighting Audio
Maritime Noon Free House, Jim White, Beluga Sighting Jun 1, 2015 | 53:09Rather than tear his house down, a New Brunswick man gives his house away for free to a family that can use it after he is unable to use the stairs. Paint expert Jim White takes your questions. Plus, an update on the beluga spotted in the Halifax harbour.
Maritime Noon - Peter MacKay Leaves Politics, Tobacco Lawsuit, Home Reno PanelMay 29, 2015 | 52:54Maritime Noon Peter MacKay Leaves Politics, Tobacco Lawsuit, Home Reno Panel Audio
Maritime Noon Peter MacKay Leaves Politics, Tobacco Lawsuit, Home Reno Panel May 29, 2015 | 52:54CBC has learned Peter MacKay will leave federal politics after 18 years as an MP. Imperial Tobacco challenges Nova Scotia's menthol ban in court, plus your reaction on New Brunswick's anti-smoking laws. And on the phone-in, Dan Monk and Alan Keating take
Maritime Noon - NB Smoking Law, Irving Oil Refunds, Dog Behaviour, Your ThoughtsMay 28, 2015 | 52:55Maritime Noon NB Smoking Law, Irving Oil Refunds, Dog Behaviour, Your Thoughts Audio
Maritime Noon NB Smoking Law, Irving Oil Refunds, Dog Behaviour, Your Thoughts May 28, 2015 | 52:55The Canadian Cancer Society says New Brunswick's new anti-smoking legislation is one of the toughest in the country. Irving Oil backs down and gives customers it overcharged on home heating oil an apology and a refund. Dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay take
Maritime Noon - Good Samaritan Cab Driver FinedMay 27, 2015 | 6:46Maritime Noon Good Samaritan Cab Driver Fined Audio
Maritime Noon Good Samaritan Cab Driver Fined May 27, 2015 | 6:46Cab driver stops to help 88 year old with a walker get into his cab, and is ticketed for stopping.

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