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    Day 6 | Apr 24, 2015

    More and more Canadians are rethinking what kind of death they want to have. In this Day 6 documentary, hear how death midwives are bringing end-of-life care back into the home and into the arms of families.

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    Sunday Edition | Apr 24, 2015

    Karin Wells's documentary takes us to the Danish city of Aarhus, where returning jihadis are enrolled in treatment programs rather than sent to jail.

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    Under the Influence | Apr 25, 2015

    From the first product placement in a movie in 1927, to E.T., to the latest movies and TV shows, advertisers look for opportunities to give their products starring roles.

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    Quirks and Quarks | Apr 25, 2015

    The taste of some pesticides has a nicotine-like affect on the brains of bees.

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    The Next Chapter | Apr 27, 2015

    Antanas Sileika on Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? - Donovan Woods - Bruce McCulloch - Leanne Shapton, Miranda Purves, and Jonathan Goldstein on Women in Clothes - Sarah Lazarovic on A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy

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Radio Noon Montreal - Does it bother you that people are paying for baths at CHSLDs?Apr 22, 2015 | 5:09Radio Noon Montreal Does it bother you that people are paying for baths at CHSLDs? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Does it bother you that people are paying for baths at CHSLDs? Apr 22, 2015 | 5:09Radio Noon speaks to Dr. Dominique Hotte, a family doctor who works in a CLSC and a long-term care facility in Montreal, about the practice.
Radio Noon Montreal - Do girls- and boys-only schools still have a place in our society?Apr 24, 2015 | 6:00Radio Noon Montreal Do girls- and boys-only schools still have a place in our society? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Do girls- and boys-only schools still have a place in our society? Apr 24, 2015 | 6:00After Villa Maria school in Montreal announces it will take on male students in the 2016 school year, Radio Noon speaks to McGill's professor Jon Bradley.
Radio Noon Montreal - Patients worry about MUHC move to GlenApr 20, 2015 | 0:32Radio Noon Montreal Patients worry about MUHC move to Glen Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Patients worry about MUHC move to Glen Apr 20, 2015 | 0:32Wanda Potrykus is 65 years old, and she has a kidney auto-immune disease. She's been told she won't be able to see her nutritionist after the move - and she's scared.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should the province crack down on Uber?Dec 16, 2014 | 13:04Radio Noon Montreal Should the province crack down on Uber? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should the province crack down on Uber? Dec 16, 2014 | 13:04Radio Noon's Shawn Apel speaks with Quebec Transport Minister Robert Poëti about Uber and Uber X.
Radio Noon Montreal - Is gentrification in St-Henri good or bad?Apr 10, 2015 | 19:15Radio Noon Montreal Is gentrification in St-Henri good or bad? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Is gentrification in St-Henri good or bad? Apr 10, 2015 | 19:15Radio Noon's Shawn Apel speaks to a local business owner and a community organizer about the changing face of St-Henri.
Radio Noon Montreal - Cancer and complementary treatmentsApr 21, 2015 | 18:26Radio Noon Montreal Cancer and complementary treatments Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Cancer and complementary treatments Apr 21, 2015 | 18:26Tamara Levine is a breast-cancer survivor. She joins Shawn and Dr. Michael Pollak, and talks about the complementary treatments she chose.
Radio Noon Montreal - Corey Shapiro on why his St-Henri businesses have been spat onApr 10, 2015 | 1:14Radio Noon Montreal Corey Shapiro on why his St-Henri businesses have been spat on Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Corey Shapiro on why his St-Henri businesses have been spat on Apr 10, 2015 | 1:14Corey Shapiro owns several new businesses in St-Henri - and has been targetted for gentrifying the area.
Radio Noon Montreal - MUHC: Psychiatry services are in jeopardy, says employeeApr 20, 2015 | 4:49Radio Noon Montreal MUHC: Psychiatry services are in jeopardy, says employee Audio
Radio Noon Montreal MUHC: Psychiatry services are in jeopardy, says employee Apr 20, 2015 | 4:49As part of CBC Montreal's day of programming on the MUHC, a Radio Noon caller who says he works as a psychiatrist at the MUHC shares his concerns about the organization and priorities of the new centre.
Radio Noon Montreal - Borough mayor unhappy with MUHC subway accessMay 14, 2014 | 18:46Radio Noon Montreal Borough mayor unhappy with MUHC subway access Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Borough mayor unhappy with MUHC subway access May 14, 2014 | 18:46CDN-NDG mayor Russell Copeman calls for better access to the superhospital for people with disabilities using the nearby metro.
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.
Radio Noon Montreal - Research finds paternity leave is good for marriageApr 13, 2015 | 0:17Radio Noon Montreal Research finds paternity leave is good for marriage Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Research finds paternity leave is good for marriage Apr 13, 2015 | 0:17Men who take advantage of Quebec's paternity-leave program are more likely to help out around the house for years afterward, says Stephanie Coontz of the Council on Contemporary Families
Radio Noon Montreal - Abusive fans at Habs games should face consequences, says sports sociologistApr 21, 2015 | 6:52Radio Noon Montreal Abusive fans at Habs games should face consequences, says sports sociologist Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Abusive fans at Habs games should face consequences, says sports sociologist Apr 21, 2015 | 6:52Joanne Kay told Radio Noon that violent behavior has no place at a public sporting event and fans who act this way should be thrown out.
Radio Noon Montreal - New taxi service in MontrealOct 29, 2014 | 13:41Radio Noon Montreal New taxi service in Montreal Audio
Radio Noon Montreal New taxi service in Montreal Oct 29, 2014 | 13:41Popular app-based taxi service Uber is launching uberX in Montreal. This allows non-professional drivers to have passengers in their own personal cars for a cheaper fare than standard cabs. Would you use this service?
Radio Noon Montreal - Recipes aren't protected by copyright lawFeb 19, 2015 | 4:59Radio Noon Montreal Recipes aren't protected by copyright law Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Recipes aren't protected by copyright law Feb 19, 2015 | 4:59Two chefs recently got into argument about who owns the rights to a particular version of a poudding chomeur recipe. David Lametti teaches intellectual property at McGill. He spoke to Radio Noon.
Radio Noon Montreal - Major student association at Concordia faces harassment scandalApr 1, 2015 | 6:50Radio Noon Montreal Major student association at Concordia faces harassment scandal Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Major student association at Concordia faces harassment scandal Apr 1, 2015 | 6:50A Concordia student has filed a complaint with the Quebec Human Rights commission after two of her colleagues in the student association made made repeated racist and sexist remarks about her.

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