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Radio Noon Montreal - Should bikes be allowed in reserved bus lanes?Sep 8, 2014 | 35:42Radio Noon Montreal Should bikes be allowed in reserved bus lanes? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should bikes be allowed in reserved bus lanes? Sep 8, 2014 | 35:42Bikes are not allowed to be in reserved bus lanes but it's a law Montreal police rarely enforce. Now a bus driver has started a petition asking for the law to be clarified.
Radio Noon Montreal - Parents sending children to French schools despite English eligibilitySep 5, 2014 | 17:52Radio Noon Montreal Parents sending children to French schools despite English eligibility Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Parents sending children to French schools despite English eligibility Sep 5, 2014 | 17:52Some parents who have English eligibility for their children are choosing French schools instead. This has English school boards concerned about their funding. Radio Noon asks listeners why they choose to send their children to French schools.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should plastic bags be banned?Sep 4, 2014 | 17:49Radio Noon Montreal Should plastic bags be banned? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should plastic bags be banned? Sep 4, 2014 | 17:49California could soon be the first American state to ban single-use plastic bags. Do you think this ban is a good idea? Could this work in Quebec?
Radio Noon Montreal - How safe is citronella?Sep 3, 2014 | 9:28Radio Noon Montreal How safe is citronella? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal How safe is citronella? Sep 3, 2014 | 9:28Health Canada is warning Canadians about using insect repellents with citronella. Shawn Apel spoke to Alain Renaud, a manufacturer of organic products with citronella. Jennifer from Ville Saint-Laurent phoned in to criticize the government's stance.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should homework exist?Sep 2, 2014 | 29:08Radio Noon Montreal Should homework exist? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should homework exist? Sep 2, 2014 | 29:08A school in the Saguenay has introduced a one-year ban on homework. Students will be encouraged to read at home but no assignments will be given. Radio Noon asks whether this is a good idea?
Radio Noon Montreal - Toddler told to cover up at Outremont public poolAug 29, 2014 | 18:56Radio Noon Montreal Toddler told to cover up at Outremont public pool Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Toddler told to cover up at Outremont public pool Aug 29, 2014 | 18:56On Radio Noon today, we hear from the mother of a three-year-old girl who was told to cover up her daughter at a public pool in Outremont. The child was wearing only bikini bottoms, no top. Also the mayor of Outremont and listeners share their views.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should there be a public inquiry for MMIW?Aug 28, 2014 | 25:51Radio Noon Montreal Should there be a public inquiry for MMIW? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should there be a public inquiry for MMIW? Aug 28, 2014 | 25:51On Radio Noon today, we asked listeners whether there should be a public inquiry into into Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women. Recently, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he was opposed to the idea.
Radio Noon Montreal - Honouring former Quebec premier Robert BourassaAug 27, 2014 | 34:06Radio Noon Montreal Honouring former Quebec premier Robert Bourassa Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Honouring former Quebec premier Robert Bourassa Aug 27, 2014 | 34:06Today on Radio Noon, we asked listeners to weigh in on the city of Montreal's plans to rename a section of University street downtown to honour Bourassa. We also hear from Bourassa's family and his former chief of staff.
Radio Noon Montreal - Study shows readers retain less on e-readers, tabletsAug 26, 2014 | 5:54Radio Noon Montreal Study shows readers retain less on e-readers, tablets Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Study shows readers retain less on e-readers, tablets Aug 26, 2014 | 5:54A study out of Norway has found that people who read on tablets retain less information than those who read paper books. McGill professor Andrew Piper weighs in.
Radio Noon Montreal - The high cost of Back to SchoolAug 25, 2014 | 19:01Radio Noon Montreal The high cost of Back to School Audio
Radio Noon Montreal The high cost of Back to School Aug 25, 2014 | 19:01It's the end of August and that means students across Quebec are headed back to school, but that comes with a cost. We take a look at those costs.
Radio Noon Montreal - 'Schools have enough books,' Liberal MNA Yves BolducAug 22, 2014 | 32:28Radio Noon Montreal 'Schools have enough books,' Liberal MNA Yves Bolduc Audio
Radio Noon Montreal 'Schools have enough books,' Liberal MNA Yves Bolduc Aug 22, 2014 | 32:28We get reaction to comments made by MNA Yves Bolduc in an interview to Le Devoir. In response to budget cuts to schools, Bolduc said children won't die from not having enough books.
Radio Noon Montreal - How are you preparing for your retirement?Aug 21, 2014 | 37:52Radio Noon Montreal How are you preparing for your retirement? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal How are you preparing for your retirement? Aug 21, 2014 | 37:52In light of the bill 3 pension reform, we speak to economist, scholar and McGill University professor Brett House about preparing for retirement and what the municipal workers are asking for.
Radio Noon Montreal - Pension protest at city hall calls into question tacticsAug 19, 2014 | 21:30Radio Noon Montreal Pension protest at city hall calls into question tactics Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Pension protest at city hall calls into question tactics Aug 19, 2014 | 21:30Montreal's chief of police says he is 'disappointed' in his team after they allowed municipal workers to barge into city hall Wednesday evening to protest against proposed pension reforms.
Radio Noon Montreal - Ferguson riots leads to questions on policingAug 18, 2014 | 31:55Radio Noon Montreal Ferguson riots leads to questions on policing Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Ferguson riots leads to questions on policing Aug 18, 2014 | 31:55The riots and police intervention in Ferguson, Missouri calls into question issues of policing and increased aggression from officers. Callers weigh in.
Radio Noon Montreal - Montreal unveils new policy for taxi industryAug 15, 2014 | 24:13Radio Noon Montreal Montreal unveils new policy for taxi industry Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Montreal unveils new policy for taxi industry Aug 15, 2014 | 24:13The City of Montreal unveiled the principal points of its new taxi policy, highlighting security, greener vehicles and better customer service through intelligent technology.

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