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From family stick figure decals to vanity licence plates we talk about ways to personalize your car. Are you in favour?

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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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Radio Noon Montreal Callers speak out for a smoking-ban, and against city councillors trying to get that ban Mar 31, 2015 | 4:08Montreal City councillor Marvin Rotrand is leading the charge for a ban on smoking on restaurant terrasses. Shawn tells Sue Smith most callers love the idea. One questions Rotrand's priorities.
Radio Noon Montreal - Strikes? No way, this caller says. It's just students cutting classesMar 30, 2015 | 2:37Radio Noon Montreal Strikes? No way, this caller says. It's just students cutting classes Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Strikes? No way, this caller says. It's just students cutting classes Mar 30, 2015 | 2:37Lynn tells Shawn on Radio Noon there's a silent majority of people "working their buns off," who are in favour of austerity measures. She also tells CBC not to say students are on "strike."
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