Radio Noon MontrealBabies on board planesMay 29, 2015 | 3:40After Canadian singer Sarah Blackwood claimed she was kicked off a flight because of her crying son, Radio Noon speaks to an etiquette expert on tips for flying with babies.
Radio Noon MontrealThe plane truth about crying kidsMay 29, 2015 | 5:01What would you do if you were on a plane with a wailing toddler? Or in a restaurant. The case of Sarah Blackwood - kicked off a United flight - has some people crying foul. Shawn discusses with Sue Smith
Radio Noon MontrealHow to make Montreal a more liveable city?May 28, 2015 | 1:57Gil Penalosa, urban planner and founder of Toronto-based 8-80 cities, joins Radio Noon host Shawn Apel and explains the 8-80 rule.
Radio Noon MontrealNo more fines for skateboarding on Montreal bike pathsMay 27, 2015 | 11:52On Radio Noon, debate over the city's unanimous decision to allow skateboards on Montreal's bike path network. We hear from a cyclist and a skateboarder.
Radio Noon MontrealWe're not reducing the amount of garbage we produce - but we're talking about itMay 27, 2015 | 4:02Shawn and Sue talk about the West Island municipality of Pointe-Claire's decision to reduce garbage collection to once every two week.
Radio Noon MontrealAre the airlines right to crack down on carry-on bags?May 26, 2015 | 5:32Air Canada is once again targeting passengers who try to sneak on excess carry-on luggage. On Radio Noon, we hear from a flight attendant for the airline on how its affecting their job.
Radio Noon MontrealMad as hell at Air Canada over carry-on crackdown? NopeMay 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 MontrealWill you take advantage of 24 hour shopping in Montreal?May 25, 2015 | 16:38Montreal will allow stores in tourist zones to stay open round the clock beginning today. But the plan is getting mixed reviews. On Radio Noon, reaction from business-owners and the city's official opposition.
Radio Noon MontrealDoes 24-hour shopping make sense for Montreal?May 25, 2015 | 5:49Big parts of the city are now allowed to stay open all the time. That does not mean they will. Shawn opens up to Sue Smith about the city that might never sleep.
Radio Noon MontrealShe got a haircut at 3 AM - because she couldMay 25, 2015 | 0:27As Montreal allows some businesses in and around downtown to stay open forever, one caller talks about the all-night hairstylist she found in Tel Aviv
Radio Noon MontrealMontreal Children's Hospital memoriesMay 22, 2015 | 4:57As the Montreal Children's Hospital prepares to move from its home for the past 60 years to its new facilities at the MUHC Glen Site, Radio Noon listeners share their memories.
Radio Noon MontrealAre antidepressants overprescribed?May 21, 2015 | 4:42Some prominent voices are now saying yes to that question. Radio Noon speaks to Dr. Joel Paris, psychiatrist at the Jewish General Hospital and a professor of psychiatry at McGill University.
Radio Noon MontrealPlateau mayor says Montreal should block Royalmount projectMay 20, 2015 | 3:49Royalmount is a shopping complex that would be built in the Town of Mont Royal, near the spot where Highway 15 meets Highway 40. Luc Ferrandez, mayor of the Plateau-Mont-Royal, spoke to Radio Noon about the project.
Radio Noon MontrealPaying for faster access to a doctor is unacceptable, College des MedecinsMay 19, 2015 | 6:13Dr. Yves Robert speaks for the College des Medecins du Quebec. He told Radio Noon that lack of access to doctors in Quebec means clinics who ask patients to pay continue to have clients.
Radio Noon MontrealAlouettes GM denounces Khalif Mitchell's anti-semitic tweetsMay 15, 2015 | 7:15On Radio Noon, Montreal Alouettes general manager Jim Popp reacts to the controversy over tweets by new Als defensive lineman Khalif Mitchell.