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Maritime Noon - Teacher controversy ends, village council ditches the booze, and holiday cooking.Dec 13, 2012 | 53:02Maritime Noon Teacher controversy ends, village council ditches the booze, and holiday cooking. Audio
Maritime Noon Teacher controversy ends, village council ditches the booze, and holiday cooking. Dec 13, 2012 | 53:02A community celebrates after a teacher convicted of indecent acts surrenders his teaching license. A New Brunswick village council votes to remove booze from the mayor's office. You share more of your comments about customer service. And holiday recipes with Chef Craig Flinn.
Maritime Noon - Parking Meters, Genealogy Qs, Your FeedbackAug 14, 2014 | 52:59Maritime Noon Parking Meters, Genealogy Qs, Your Feedback Audio
Maritime Noon Parking Meters, Genealogy Qs, Your Feedback Aug 14, 2014 | 52:59Why Lunenburgers are calling on town officials not to ticket tourists parked at expired meters. More of your thoughts on whether we're car-dependent in the Maritimes. Genealogist Terry Punch helps trace your family tree. Plus, the pros and cons of giving
Maritime Noon - Storm Aftermath, Language on Report Cards, Oil Patch JobsDec 11, 2014 | 53:06Maritime Noon Storm Aftermath, Language on Report Cards, Oil Patch Jobs Audio
Maritime Noon Storm Aftermath, Language on Report Cards, Oil Patch Jobs Dec 11, 2014 | 53:06We hear about flooded houses, and a vehicle in a sink-hole, following the latest storm. We ask: Do modern report cards make sense to you? Plus, the downside to the low cost of oil - fewer jobs for Maritimers in the oil patch.
Maritime Noon - Dalhousie Protest, Bologna Tips + MemoriesDec 19, 2014 | 52:50Maritime Noon Dalhousie Protest, Bologna Tips + Memories Audio
Maritime Noon Dalhousie Protest, Bologna Tips + Memories Dec 19, 2014 | 52:50We hear from one of the protesters gathering outside the Dalhousie School of Dentistry. We also touch base with the author of a letter to the Dal President, that has gone viral on Facebook. Then tips from a bologna cookbook author, and some of your favour
Maritime Noon - Chrisma Denny Found, Albert's Meats, Marjorie Willison, Wild BolognaDec 22, 2014 | 52:42Maritime Noon Chrisma Denny Found, Albert's Meats, Marjorie Willison, Wild Bologna Audio
Maritime Noon Chrisma Denny Found, Albert's Meats, Marjorie Willison, Wild Bologna Dec 22, 2014 | 52:42A young Mi'kmaq woman missing since September is found alive and safe in Tennessee. Chrisma Denny's family says she'll be home for Christmas. Saint John rallies around a meat store that burned to the ground to make sure the low-income families it supports
Maritime Noon - Why #YouKnowHerName is trendingNov 14, 2014 | 7:40Maritime Noon Why #YouKnowHerName is trending Audio
Maritime Noon Why #YouKnowHerName is trending Nov 14, 2014 | 7:40Maritime Noon speaks with the father of the victim of a high profile child pornography case
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Maritime Noon Dalhousie Anger, Boxing Day Business, Terry Punch Dec 23, 2014 | 52:51Backlash against Dalhousie University grows following the scandal involving fourth-year dentistry students. Businesses in Edmunston are risking a provincial fine to open on Dec. 26. Plus, genealogist Terry Punch helps you trace your family tree.
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Maritime Noon May 9, 2011 May 9, 2011 | 51:40Rescuers work to save a beached whale in the New Glasgow area. Your thoughts on regulating gas prices. Plus, we exchange stories about the folk names for the people and places in the Maritimes.

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