Radio Noon Montreal | Dec 11, 2012 | 11:47

Farm Panel Tuesday December 11

Listen to our weekly round table with dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu, beef and sheep producer Bob Laberge and agricultural communications specialist Hugh Maynard.

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Radio Noon Montreal Airbnb wants Quebec to relax it's rules Jul 24, 2014 | 19:47Airbnb is a website where people rent out their place to tourists usually for less money than a hotel room would cost. It's very popular but not legal in Quebec. Radio Noon asks if you think it should be legal.
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Radio Noon Montreal Merits of working a three day week Jul 23, 2014 | 31:14One of world's richest men says working three days a week would give us a lot more time to do other things. Radio Noon asks if you would like to work three days a week?
Radio Noon Montreal - Coroner wants drowsy driving to be punishable by lawJul 22, 2014 | 26:12Radio Noon Montreal Coroner wants drowsy driving to be punishable by law Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Coroner wants drowsy driving to be punishable by law Jul 22, 2014 | 26:12Montreal coroner Quoc-Bao Do made that recommendation his report into a fatal car accident that killed 5 people in 2011. Radio Noon talks about the impact of driving while drowsy.
Radio Noon Montreal - Fewer Quebecers taking long holidaysJul 21, 2014 | 34:40Radio Noon Montreal Fewer Quebecers taking long holidays Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Fewer Quebecers taking long holidays Jul 21, 2014 | 34:40The construction holiday is starting in Quebec but a new study finds fewer Quebecers are taking such long holidays.
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Radio Noon Montreal Transport Minister announces working group to improve road sharing Jul 15, 2014 | 17:27Robert Poëti says he's worried about the high number of accidents involving cyclists. He wants to modernize the highway safety. Radio Noon asks whether this will lead to better road sharing.
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