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Radio Noon Montreal - Montreal's approach to language issues at city council meetingsJun 25, 2015 | 4:26Radio Noon Montreal Montreal's approach to language issues at city council meetings Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Montreal's approach to language issues at city council meetings Jun 25, 2015 | 4:26Longueuil city councillor Robert Myles speaks French and English at city council meetings. Radio Noon speaks to Montreal city councillor Marvin Rotrand about his approach to language issues in Montreal.
Radio Noon Montreal - Radio Noon listeners pay tribute to Bernard St-LaurentJun 23, 2015 | 5:07Radio Noon Montreal Radio Noon listeners pay tribute to Bernard St-Laurent Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Radio Noon listeners pay tribute to Bernard St-Laurent Jun 23, 2015 | 5:07CBC Radio journalist Bernard St-Laurent is retiring. Radio Noon listeners share their memories and get to ask their questions.
Radio Noon Montreal - "It would literally rain wieners on us"Jun 19, 2015 | 4:27Radio Noon Montreal "It would literally rain wieners on us" Audio
Radio Noon Montreal "It would literally rain wieners on us" Jun 19, 2015 | 4:27People remember their first summer jobs on Radio Noon, some involving hot dogs, others not. Shawn and Sue Smith also discuss theirs.
Radio Noon Montreal - $1000 shaves, and long walks to the post officeApr 10, 2015 | 3:32Radio Noon Montreal $1000 shaves, and long walks to the post office Audio
Radio Noon Montreal $1000 shaves, and long walks to the post office Apr 10, 2015 | 3:32Is gentrification in St-Henri a good thing? Businessman Corey Shapiro and community activist Fred Burrill brought their different views to Radio Noon.
Radio Noon Montreal - Mad as hell at Air Canada over carry-on crackdown? NopeMay 26, 2015 | 4:15Radio Noon Montreal Mad as hell at Air Canada over carry-on crackdown? Nope Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Mad as hell at Air Canada over carry-on crackdown? Nope May 26, 2015 | 4:15AIr Canada has started enforcing its policy about the size of carry-on luggage. Passengers who call Radio noon say, it's about time.
Radio Noon Montreal - Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police sayOct 10, 2014 | 5:11Radio Noon Montreal Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police say Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police say Oct 10, 2014 | 5:11Montreal police are recommending that passengers ride in pairs as a precaution. One caller thinks it's unfair to put the onus on the passenger, another says the advice is practical.
Radio Noon Montreal - Canadian Firearm Association says firearms are needed for safety in rural areasMar 18, 2015 | 4:58Radio Noon Montreal Canadian Firearm Association says firearms are needed for safety in rural areas Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Canadian Firearm Association says firearms are needed for safety in rural areas Mar 18, 2015 | 4:58Blair Higgins is the executive vice president of Canada's National Firearm Association. He spoke to Radio Noon's Shawn Apel.
Radio Noon Montreal - Stuart McLean on graduations and parental expectationsJun 9, 2014 | 10:27Radio Noon Montreal Stuart McLean on graduations and parental expectations Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Stuart McLean on graduations and parental expectations Jun 9, 2014 | 10:27Broadcaster McLean receives honorary degree, remembers feeling he earned his BA 43 years ago, says his parents didn't have high expectations.
Radio Noon Montreal - Cellphones key to big Mafia bustJun 12, 2014 | 13:12Radio Noon Montreal Cellphones key to big Mafia bust Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Cellphones key to big Mafia bust Jun 12, 2014 | 13:12RCMP says BlackBerries helped them make 31 arrests. We get all the details of the crackdown and talk with a cyber security expert.
Radio Noon Montreal - Does the beginning of the long dash indicate EXACTLY one o'clock, really?Nov 5, 2014 | 2:05Radio Noon Montreal Does the beginning of the long dash indicate EXACTLY one o'clock, really? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Does the beginning of the long dash indicate EXACTLY one o'clock, really? Nov 5, 2014 | 2:05We celebrate the 75th anniversary of national broadcasts of the National Research Council's Official Time Signal. But the council's John Bernard tells us the word exact might be, well... not exactly the right word.
Radio Noon Montreal - Is Montreal a welcoming city?Jan 9, 2015 | 4:21Radio Noon Montreal Is Montreal a welcoming city? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Is Montreal a welcoming city? Jan 9, 2015 | 4:21As CBC Montreal wraps up its New2Mtl series, we ask if we embrace newcomers with open arms. And we hear from one person who finds Montrealers relaxed where it counts - on the roads. Shawn talks to Homerun's Sue Smith
Radio Noon Montreal - Does MP stand for Missing Politician?Jan 27, 2015 | 4:25Radio Noon Montreal Does MP stand for Missing Politician? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Does MP stand for Missing Politician? Jan 27, 2015 | 4:25Quebec MP Sana Hassainia voted just 6% of the time last year in the House of Commons. On Radio Noon, Shawn asked: does that matter. Then he talked about it with Sue Smith
Radio Noon Montreal - 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role modelsMar 5, 2015 | 7:23Radio Noon Montreal 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role models Audio
Radio Noon Montreal 'Woman of Merit' Myrna Lashley draws inspiration from strong female role models Mar 5, 2015 | 7:23Montrealer Myrna Lashley wears many hats. She's a McGill professor, a researcher at the Jewish General hospital and the Honorary Consul for Barbados in Montreal. This Sunday, she's being honoured as a woman of merit by the Playmas Montreal Cultural Associ
Radio Noon Montreal - Social programs are key to solving the radicalization problemMar 10, 2015 | 4:49Radio Noon Montreal Social programs are key to solving the radicalization problem Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Social programs are key to solving the radicalization problem Mar 10, 2015 | 4:49Sameer Zuberi of the Canadian Muslim Forum says the city of Montreal's new anti-radicalization centre should deal with urgent social issues and not focus on policing.
Radio Noon Montreal - Osheaga announces 2015 lineupMar 24, 2015 | 5:29Radio Noon Montreal Osheaga announces 2015 lineup Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Osheaga announces 2015 lineup Mar 24, 2015 | 5:29Daniel Glick, director of concerts at Evenko, tells Radio Noon what's planned for this year's Osheaga Music and Arts Festival. Tickets also go on sale today.

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