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Sexual Assault Study, Electronic Conversations, Your Feedback

We delve into a new study that suggests 1 in 5 Canadians say women invite sexual assault when they're drunk. We ask: Are we losing out by using a keypad for many of our conversations? Plus, more of your feedback on the pros and cons of unpaid internships.

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Maritime Noon Wood Warning, Chef Flinn, Berlin Wall, Your Thoughts Nov 7, 2014 | 52:44The Better Business Bureau warns against firewood rip offs. Chef Craig Flinn has tips on preparing wild game. We hear your thoughts on dirty hospitals and early Christmas promotions. Plus, we look back at the fall of the Berlin Wall, 25 years ago.
Maritime Noon - Harassment on the Hill, Brett Wilson, Hospital Cleanliness, Mac CampbellNov 6, 2014 | 52:44Maritime Noon Harassment on the Hill, Brett Wilson, Hospital Cleanliness, Mac Campbell Audio
Maritime Noon Harassment on the Hill, Brett Wilson, Hospital Cleanliness, Mac Campbell Nov 6, 2014 | 52:44MP Megan Leslie discusses allegations of sexual harassment on Parliament Hill. Former Dragon Brett Wilson wants retailers to hold off on Christmas until after Nov. 11. On the phone in, we ask how clean your hospital is. Plus, we remember Mac Campbell.
Maritime Noon - Flavoured Tobacco, Ageing Drivers, Your ThoughtsNov 5, 2014 | 59:15Maritime Noon Flavoured Tobacco, Ageing Drivers, Your Thoughts Audio
Maritime Noon Flavoured Tobacco, Ageing Drivers, Your Thoughts Nov 5, 2014 | 59:15The Nova Scotia government has dropped a plab to ban all flavoured tobacco. On the Phone In, we debate mandatory re-testing for older drivers. Plus, your thoughts on the Energy East Pipeline.
Maritime Noon - Ebola SurvivorNov 4, 2014 | 6:16Maritime Noon Ebola Survivor Audio
Maritime Noon Ebola Survivor Nov 4, 2014 | 6:16Maritime Noon speaks with Ashoka Mukpo, the freelance journalist with NS ties who survived Ebola.
Maritime Noon - E-Cigarettes, Ebola Survivor, Energy East PipelineNov 4, 2014 | 52:55Maritime Noon E-Cigarettes, Ebola Survivor, Energy East Pipeline Audio
Maritime Noon E-Cigarettes, Ebola Survivor, Energy East Pipeline Nov 4, 2014 | 52:55Nova Scotia faces criticism for a proposed bill which would regulate electronic cigarettes the same way as tobacco cigarettes. A former Nova Scotian tells us how he survived Ebola. Your thoughts on the Energy East Pipeline. Plus, more discussion on what t
Maritime Noon - Woodstock Roads, Fracking Wastewater, Mindless EatingNov 3, 2014 | 52:42Maritime Noon Woodstock Roads, Fracking Wastewater, Mindless Eating Audio
Maritime Noon Woodstock Roads, Fracking Wastewater, Mindless Eating Nov 3, 2014 | 52:42The first snowfall in NB hits Woodstock hard. Concerns that Amherst will agree to dispose of fracking wastewater. The mother of a trick-or-treater who found a pin in a chocolate bar speaks out. Tips for avoiding mindless eating. Plus, Justin Bourque's law
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