June 2011 Archives
Thursday June 30, 2011
A new municipal bylaw allows Montreal police officers to ticket people who get involved in street fights. Police say more and more street fights are breaking out at bars' closing time.
Mario Plante, the Assistant Director of Montreal Police North explains the new bylaw. Aki Tchitacov, the Executive Director of Dans La Rue, tells us what it could mean for young people at risk. And Ziggy Eichenbaum, the owner of Ziggy's Pub on Crescent Street, gives us a picture of what the scene can be on the street after the bars close.
We ask our listeners to weigh in: "Should police ticket people who get involved in street fights?"
Wednesday June 29, 2011
Prince William and Kate are visiting Montreal and Quebec City this weekend. Some people are eagerly anticipating the visit, while others will be protesting.
Guest host Shawn Apel checks in with a chef at the Hotel and Tourism Insititue who is preparing to give Will and Kate a cooking workshop. We hear from a group that is planning to protest and commit acts of civil disobedience during the royal couple's visit to Quebec City.
And we check in with the listeners, asking, "Are you excited about Will and Kate's visit, do you support the protestors, or do you feel indifferent to the whole event?"
Tuesday June 28, 2011
Hugh Maynard checks in from London, England and Bob Laberge tells us about a new reality TV series about farmers looking for love.
Monday June 27, 2011
People born or raised in a big city like Montreal or Quebec city are more likely to suffer from anxiety and mood disorders than those who live in a rural areas like the townships or the Gaspé. A new study is the first to show that where you live actually changes parts of your brain which deal with stress.
Researchers at McGill's Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal and the University of Heidelberg (Hi-del-berg) in Germany have collaborated on a study that has been published in the online issue of the journal Nature.
We ask our listeners: "How is your stress level? How much do you think where you live has to do with how stressed you feel?"
Friday June 24, 2011
The "Le Petit Larousse" dictionary has come out with a new 2012 edition. The updated version includes over 3,000 new words, including several Quebecois words and expressions.
Among the newly-baptised French words, "le smoked-meat" gains official acceptance as a French word.
Guest host Andie Bennett talks to Radio-Canada linguistic expert Guy Bertrand about the changes.
Thursday June 23, 2011
The City of Quebec is cracking down on what it calls "out-of-control" public drinking at the Fete National celebrations. Revelers will no longer be allowed to bring their own alcohol on to the site.
Last year, there were two armed assaults. Two years ago, a young man died after falling off a roof while intoxicated.
Quebec City mayor Régis Labeaume says gone are the days of what he calls, "The Wild West" when you can stroll along Grande-Allée with a 12-pack of beer under your arm.
The city is spending half of its $1.2 million dollar security budget to make sure that every single police officer in the city is available to patrol tonight.
Reporter Ainslie Maclellan tells us how people are reacting to the new approach.
Wednesday June 22, 2011
It's officially summer, and that means construction. It seem if you can't turn around without tripping over a construction pylon. Some seniors living in apartments at the Olympic Village felt compelled to block construction near their building, becuase the noise -- starting before six a.m.-- was interrupting their sleep. And on the roads, traffic delays are getting longer as tempers are get shorter.
The situation is so bad, The Montreal Gazette and La Presse have taken an unprecedented step. They wrote a joint editorial demanding the governemts try harder to keep traffic moving.
We ask Radio Noon listeners, "Are you fed up with construction, or is it a necessary inconvenience during the summer months?"
Tuesday June 21, 2011
Hugh Maynard and Bob Laberge celebrate the 100th birthday of the McIntosh apple, discuss the plight of cucumber farmers in Germany, and give us an update on aid for farmers in the Richelieu Valley.
Monday June 20, 2011
Will tougher rules for young drivers make Quebec's roads safer?
Twelve people lost their lives on Quebec roads this weekend. Half of them were under 25.
According to the SAAQ, Quebec's auto insurance board, 16-to-24-year-olds make up about 10 per cent of drivers in the province, but are involved in 24 per cent of accidents resulting in bodily injury.
Starting this week, it will be easier for young drivers to lose their licence. Drivers will have to be 25 years old to receive the full 15 demerit points. People under 23 you will only have eight points before their licence is revoked. (Click here to see the the details of the new rules.)
Host Bernard St-Laurent speaks to Jean Marie De Koninck, the head of the province's road safety task force, and Chelsea Parasuco is an 18-year-old driver from Beaconsfield. Then he takes calls from listeners to hear their opinion on the new rules.
Friday June 17, 2011
Daniel Lessard has been a journalist for 42 years. This Sunday he will host his last edition of Radio Canada's 'Les Coulisses du Pouvoir', The Corridors of Power.
He talks about the changes he has seen in Ottawa, about how he met the Queen, Bill Clinton and others at 24 Sussex Drive when security was light and social media wasn't yet a factor.
Friday June 17, 2011
Sara Jallad lives a block away from the scene of Vancouver's hockey rioting. The former Montrealer describes to Radio Noon her disgust with the rioters.
American sociologists, Jerry Lewis and Robert Carrothers, have studied sports fan violence. They discuss the triggers behind the rioting. Consider the huge number of people out in the open watching the event, the excitement that builds if a team hasn't won the top prize in more than five years, and then the actual participants, themselves.
Wednesday June 15, 2011
The sudden closure of the southbound lanes on the Mercier Bridge has had a domino effect on the island of Montreal, slowing up traffic on all the links to the south shore.
Civil engineering Professor Emeritus Saeed Mizra explains the structural problems on the bridge and why gusset plates are so key. He points out that plate failure led to the collapse of a bridge in Minnesota four years ago.
Tuesday June 14, 2011
We take a look at this latest case of PQ infighting. On the weekend 12 young PQ MNAs call on former Premier Jacques Parizeau to let them take the lead on sovereignty.
The veteran sovereignist replies this morning, rejecting their request, saying they are trying to silence him.
MNA Martine Ouellet, the PQ's critic for sustainable development and one of the signatories, comes to our studio to put forward their case.
Tuesday June 14, 2011
Sheep and beef producer Bob Laberge, dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu and agricultural specialist Hugh Maynard take on yet another Green Report from the government.
Hugh talks about the e-coli outbreak in Europe while Bob says his soya seeding is finally done.
Tuesday June 14, 2011
It seems Vicky Kaspi can explain the mysteries of outer space to anyone.
She tells us how pulsars will be the lighthouses of the future and how outer space changes the way we think, here, on earth.
Vicky joined our host Bernard St-Laurent in studio today for a really interesting discussion.
Tuesday June 14, 2011
The popular 'Gay Girl in Damascus' blog isn't true. An American graduate student in Scotland is the writer.
We weigh the consequences on Radio Noon. UBC journalism professor Alf Hermida reminds us that the media hoax has a long history. Carleton's Chris Waddell urges mainstream media news outlets to tread carefully. Both stress: check sources.
Friday June 10, 2011
Two farmers talk about the impact the flood has had on their land, how they can't yet plant but how some of their friends have been fishing from their front porches.
We also hear from Michel Fecteau, one of the organizers of this weekend's big volunteer event in the Richelieu River Valley and how they are going to deploy thousands of volunteers.
Friday June 10, 2011
Thousands of volunteers have signed up to help with the big clean-up.
CBC's Lindsay Michael describes the cheering effect this weekend will have for flooded residents.
And local MNA Stéphane Billette thanks Quebecers for all the support.
Thursday June 9, 2011
Acclaimed author Irshad Manji has just published her second book, 'Allah, Liberty and Love'. It's subtitled 'The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom'.
She talks to Radio Noon host Bernard St-Laurent about her family's arrival in Montreal as refugees, the gift of freedom that Canada gave her, and why in times of moral crisis, moderates must turn to action.
Thursday June 9, 2011
Investigators reconstruct the scene where two men died after police shootings earlier this week in downtown Montreal. We get an update on the investigation.
A café owner says he had nothing to do with the shootings so wonders why anti-police-brutality protesters would smash his windows.
A protester defends their actions in the name of collective grief and rage.
Listen in as we ask our listeners if they think the demonstrators have a point, or did they go too far?
Wednesday June 8, 2011
The SQ is investigating the police shootings of 2 men in Montreal who died yesterday.
We hear from the provincial police, the lawyer who represents the family of Fredy Villanueva who was shot to death nearly three years ago, and from Myrna Lashley who sits on the board of l'École nationale de police.
Most of our listeners call for new ways to investigate but others ask who's better to do the job?
Tuesday June 7, 2011
Dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu, beef and sheep producer Bob Laberge, and agricultural specialist Hugh Maynard gather for our weekly round table on farm issues with host Bernard St-Laurent.
Tuesday June 7, 2011
Jean-Martin Aussant has quit the PQ to sit as an independent. He tells Radio Noon that he doesn't believe Pauline Marois is the one to lead Quebec to independence. He confesses to Bernard St-Laurent that he felt very emotional leaving his friends in the PQ caucus.
We also hear from CBC reporter Tim Duboyce and from pollster Christian Bourque of Leger Marketing. Bourque says previous times the PQ has seemed to turn on itself, the Liberals have benefited in the next provincial election.
Monday June 6, 2011
Three elected members of the Parti Quebecois left the party in a dispute over the proposed deal for a new arena for Quebec City.
National Assembly reporter Tim Duboyce takes us through the morning's dramatic developments while former PQ adviser Jean-François Lisée says it's a 'worst case scenario' for the party.
Friday June 3, 2011
Jean Cloutier knows first hand the daunting task ahead for owners of flooded out homes along the Richelieu River. As the owner of the Aqua-Vac cleaning company, he describes the ins and outs of making a home liveable again.
Thursday June 2, 2011
A Toronto man is facing charges for allegedly attacking a family of raccoons with a shovel. And it's believed he went out with the shovel, because he was frustrated by the damage the raccoons were causing in his garden.
Our phone lines light up as listeners recount their own frustrations with urban wildlife. And Bill Dowd, president of Humane Wildlife Control, shares his advice and takes questions.
Thursday June 2, 2011
Postal workers are prepared to walk off the job at midnight tonight if they can't negotiate with Canada Post.
Steve Rukavina is in the host's chair today. His question - "How will the Canada Post strike affect you?"
We also hear from John Caines from Canada Post, and Alain Duguay, president of the Montreal local of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
Wednesday June 1, 2011
The crown will appeal a Superior Court judge's decision to throw out drug cases stemming from the police operation 'SharQc' targeting Hells Angels. What does this decision mean for mega-trials and the fight against organized crime? We hear from a crown prosecutor as well as a criminal lawyer and our legal affairs reporter.
- April 2012
- March 2012
- Fri., 30 – The Radio Noon Monthly News Quiz - March
- Fri., 30 – Listeners react to a later OAS
- Thu., 29 – The Habs fire Pierre Gauthier
- Wed., 28 – Limiting garage sales
- Tue., 27 – Farm Panel Tuesday March 27
- Tue., 27 – Mammogram review catches 109 cases
- Fri., 23 – Inside Radio Noon
- Thu., 22 – Doctor assisted suicide with conditions
- Thu., 22 – High school students join protests
- Wed., 21 – Spring brings summerlike weather
- Tue., 20 – Farm Panel Tuesday March 20
- Tue., 20 – Mayor proposes a ban on demo masks
- Mon., 19 – The Rise of the Richer Sex
- Mon., 19 – Avoes workers on the street
- Mon., 19 – Anti-police brutality protest turns violent
- Thu., 15 – Halal meat brouhaha
- Thu., 15 – Preparing for more protests
- Wed., 14 – Controversy engulfs depanneur owner
- Tue., 13 – No spouses in same schools?
- Tue., 13 – Sugaring-off season
- Mon., 12 – Tobacco companies in court
- Fri., 9 – Air Canada dispute
- Thu., 8 – Women's day: biggest issue facing women?
- Wed., 7 – No regulation for Quebec's naturopaths
- Wed., 7 – En français SVP
- Tue., 6 – Look up!
- Tue., 6 – Compensation for Earl Jones victims
- Tue., 6 – A virtual visit to Bob's farm
- Mon., 5 – Collapsing concrete at Olympic Park
- Fri., 2 – Make bullying a crime?
- Thu., 1 – U.S. Primaries
- February 2012
- Wed., 29 – Pierre's Poutine
- Tue., 28 – The Radio Noon Farm Panel's 20th anniversary
- Mon., 27 – Parliament Hill heats up
- Fri., 24 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 24 – Radio Noon's monthly news quiz
- Fri., 24 – Quebec road repair priorities for summer
- Thu., 23 – Caisse report card
- Thu., 23 – Driving demerits for cycling violations
- Wed., 22 – Referees
- Tue., 21 – Medical kickback allegations
- Tue., 21 – Farm Panel Tuesday February 21
- Mon., 20 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Mon., 20 – February Holiday: A good idea , or not?
- Fri., 17 – Remembering Gary Carter
- Thu., 16 – Cracking down on bogus refugee claimants
- Wed., 15 – Justin Trudeau interview and reaction
- Tue., 14 – National Assembly back to business
- Tue., 14 – Farm Panel Tuesday February 14
- Mon., 13 – CSL anti-smoking bylaw aims at playgrounds
- Fri., 10 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 10 – CPE daycare workers walk out
- Fri., 10 – Romeo Saganash withdraws
- Thu., 9 – Organic farming and trade
- Wed., 8 – Are babies wanted in Parliament?
- Tue., 7 – Farm Panel: Tuesday, February 7
- Mon., 6 – Rats in Montreal
- Mon., 6 – Will Schwartz's be sold?
- Sat., 4 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 3 – A Muslim man from Laval is suing the SQ
- Thu., 2 – Limiting sugar
- January 2012
- Tue., 31 – Farm Panel Tuesday January 31
- Tue., 31 – Legal aspects of the Shafia murder verdicts
- Mon., 30 – Callers react to Shafia murder verdict
- Fri., 27 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 27 – Check out the Radio Noon Monthly News Quiz
- Fri., 27 – Should Old Age Security be delayed?
- Thu., 26 – Richard Gwyn's 'Nation Maker'
- Thu., 26 – Shafia trial delayed by security threat
- Wed., 25 – CAQ first caucus produces shadow cabinet
- Tue., 24 – Farm Panel Tuesday January 24
- Mon., 23 – Impact of detention centres on refugees
- Mon., 23 – Thorsten Heins new RIM CEO
- Fri., 20 – Daniel Breton joins the PQ
- Thu., 19 – 'Lola vs Eric' divorce implications
- Wed., 18 – Dual citizenship and political leadership
- Tue., 17 – Farm Panel Tuesday January 17
- Mon., 16 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Mon., 16 – Electric car expansion
- Mon., 16 – Should marijuana be legalized?
- Mon., 16 – Haiti: two years on
- Fri., 13 – Justin Trudeau on the future of the Liberals
- Thu., 12 – Questions about Same Sex Marriage Legalities
- Wed., 11 – Changing Role for Pharmacists
- Tue., 10 – Farm Panel Tuesday January 10
- Tue., 10 – Political defections hit Quebec and Ottawa
- Mon., 9 – Young adults return to Gaspe
- Fri., 6 – Quebec hike in jobless numbers
- Fri., 6 – Dog whispers back?
- Wed., 4 – Canadian CEOs high pay queried
- Tue., 3 – Farm Panel Tuesday January 3rd
- Tue., 3 – Lost Harp Seal
- December 2011
- Fri., 30 – New Year transitions
- Wed., 28 – Quebec City Ice Hotel to open on time: CEO
- Fri., 23 – Last Day for the Mount Stephen Club
- Thu., 22 – 'Dans La Rue' at Christmastime
- Thu., 22 – More travels for the Montreal puffin
- Wed., 21 – Radio Noon December News Quiz
- Wed., 21 – Puffin-ology
- Tue., 20 – Farm Panel Tuesday December 20
- Mon., 19 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Wed., 14 – New face of poverty
- Tue., 13 – Quebec to sue Ottawa over long-gun registry
- Tue., 13 – CAQ and ADQ leaders announce merger
- Tue., 13 – Farm Panel Tuesday December 13
- Tue., 13 – Niqab ban at citizenship swearing-in
- Mon., 12 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 9 – Petroleum eating mushrooms
- Thu., 8 – Should 16 year olds be allowed to vote?
- Tue., 6 – Farm Panel December Tuesday 6th
- Tue., 6 – Remembering the Polytechnique massacre
- Mon., 5 – Quebec family doctor prediction
- Sun., 4 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Sun., 4 – Quebec decorations controversy
- Thu., 1 – Quebec teen's suicide blamed on bullying
- November 2011
- Wed., 30 – Most Montreal taxpayers face 3% hike
- Tue., 29 – Farm Panel Tuesday November 29th
- Mon., 28 – Canada's environmental reputation in Durban
- Mon., 28 – Lack of CPE spaces for low income families
- Mon., 28 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 25 – Radio Noon November News Quiz
- Tue., 22 – Bilingualism under debate?
- Tue., 22 – "The Weasel", a double life inside the mob
- Tue., 22 – Farm Panel Tuesday November 22
- Fri., 18 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 18 – Storm over NDP MP's F-word tweets
- Wed., 16 – David Phillips on the weather ahead
- Wed., 16 – Caisse unilingual execs cause a stir
- Tue., 15 – Farm Panel Tuesday November 15
- Tue., 15 – Should Occupy Montreal stay?
- Mon., 14 – Options for changing school
- Mon., 14 – Legault launches his political party
- Fri., 11 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 11 – Police and protesters clash at McGill
- Fri., 11 – Remembering Canada's war dead
- Thu., 10 – Students strike to protest against fee hikes
- Tue., 8 – ADQ-Legault talks confirmed
- Tue., 8 – Farm Panel Tuesday November 8
- Mon., 7 – White Poppy Campaign comes to Montreal
- Mon., 7 – Marsden launches 'Fools Rule'
- Fri., 4 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Thu., 3 – Occupy Quebec told to leave
- Wed., 2 – Quebecers share memories of CBC
- Tue., 1 – Farm Panel Tuesday November 1
- Tue., 1 – Cash or a tax record?
- October 2011
- Mon., 31 – INSIDE RADIO NOON
- Fri., 28 – Radio Noon's October News Quiz
- Thu., 27 – Seeking role models for gay teens
- Thu., 27 – Marois staying as PQ leader
- Wed., 26 – Adrienne Clarkson's 'Room for All of Us'
- Tue., 25 – Day 2: Construction work stoppage
- Tue., 25 – Farm Panel Tuesday October 25
- Mon., 24 – Overnight bars?
- Mon., 24 – Inside Radio Noon
- Fri., 21 – 'Mafia Inc.' updated
- Fri., 21 – Calling on Good Samaritans
- Fri., 21 – Gadhafi is dead: Quebecers react
- Thu., 20 – Richelieu River flood victims mobilize
- Thu., 20 – 'Occupy Montreal' protest settles in
- Wed., 19 – Inside Radio Noon
- Wed., 19 – Steep price jump at Montreal gas pumps
- Tue., 18 – Farm Panel Tuesday October 18
- Thu., 13 – Mulcair enters the race
- Tue., 11 – Farm Panel Tuesday October 11
- Fri., 7 – Inside Radio Noon
- Fri., 7 – Coach's Corner fallout
- Wed., 5 – Champlain Bridge gets the go-ahead
- Tue., 4 – Farm Panel Tuesday October 4
- September 2011
- Fri., 30 – Farm Panel Tuesday September 27
- Fri., 30 – Radio Noon's News Quiz returns for the fall
- Thu., 29 – Flag bill flap with a particular Quebec take
- Tue., 27 – Have you lost your trust in politicians?
- Tue., 27 – What is a university degree worth?
- Mon., 26 – A bridge too costly to close
- Mon., 26 – Protecting future pets
- Fri., 23 – Palestinians make UN bid
- Thu., 22 – Mourani in the running for Bloc Leader
- Wed., 21 – Deciding who gets fertility treatments
- Tue., 20 – A new study links diabetes and Alzheimer's
- Tue., 20 – Farm Panel Tuesday September 20
- Mon., 19 – Mercier Bridge inspection reports released
- Fri., 16 – Charest remains opposed to a public inquiry
- Wed., 14 – Farm Panel Wednesday September 14
- Tue., 6 – Farm Panel Tuesday September 6
- Fri., 2 – New Communications Director for the PMO
- Thu., 1 – McGill support staff strike
- August 2011
- Wed., 31 – Monster trucks and dinosaurs, no more
- Wed., 31 – PQ caucus gathers in Saguenay
- Tue., 30 – Radio Noon Farm Panel, August 30, 2011
- Mon., 29 – 'Irene' moves north and east in Quebec
- Fri., 26 – A new target for ER wait times
- Tue., 23 – Jack Layton's appeal to cancer survivors
- Tue., 23 – Farm Panel Tuesday August 22
- Mon., 22 – Quebec remembers "le bon Jack"
- Fri., 19 – Tremblay pinpoints five key traffic zones
- Fri., 19 – Kanawana Memories
- Thu., 18 – E-Voting examined by Elections Canada
- Tue., 16 – Farm Panel, August 16
- Mon., 15 – Asbestos financing deadline extended
- Fri., 12 – Should dogs be allowed on the metro?
- Thu., 11 – A Costly Train
- Wed., 10 – Riots in the UK
- Tue., 9 – Plan Nord: In Depth
- Tue., 9 – Farm Panel August 9th
- Mon., 8 – S & P downgrades U.S. credit rating
- Fri., 5 – Skin Cancer cases on the rise
- Thu., 4 – Chocolate study
- Wed., 3 – Should Sam Hamad resign?
- Tue., 2 – Farm Panel -- August 2, 2011
- July 2011
- Fri., 29 – War crimes suspect still detained
- Fri., 29 – Canada off the hook for tobacco lawsuits
- Thu., 28 – Expressing life in the streets
- Thu., 28 – Investing during the US debt crisis
- Wed., 27 – Fundraising for the famine
- Tue., 26 – The future of food banks
- Tue., 26 – Farm Panel, July 26
- Mon., 25 – After the attacks in Norway
- Thu., 21 – 175 years of trains in Canada
- Wed., 20 – The UN declares a famine
- Tue., 19 – Farm Panel July 19
- Tue., 19 – Child-Free Couples
- Tue., 19 – Rupert Murdoch Testifies to Parliament
- Fri., 15 – Old Port swimmers try to sway public opinion
- Thu., 14 – Champlain Bridge report under fire
- Wed., 13 – Garbage Pickups
- Tue., 12 – Farm Panel July 12
- Mon., 11 – Rating this mosquito season
- Fri., 8 – Quebec AM host Tim Belford says good-bye
- Tue., 5 – Farm Panel July 5th
- June 2011
- Thu., 30 – Taking on street fighters
- Wed., 29 – Mixed reception for Prince William and Kate
- Tue., 28 – Farm Panel June 28
- Mon., 27 – Stress in the city?
- Thu., 23 – Booze ban at La St-Jean
- Wed., 22 – Fed up with construction?
- Tue., 21 – Farm Panel June 21
- Mon., 20 – New rules for young drivers
- Fri., 17 – Daniel Lessard leaves the corridors of power
- Tue., 14 – Farm Panel June 14
- Thu., 9 – Irshad Manji's call for moral courage
- Wed., 8 – Should police investigate police?
- Tue., 7 – Farm Panel June 7
- Tue., 7 – A fourth defection hits the PQ
- Fri., 3 – Flooding Cleaning Know-How
- Thu., 2 – Urban wildlife woes
- Thu., 2 – Canada Post strike could start tonight
- Wed., 1 – Operation 'SharQc' Cases Appealed
- May 2011
- Tue., 31 – Farm Panel May 31
- Tue., 31 – Amir Khadir and the Royals
- Mon., 30 – The Storm Over 'Storm'
- Mon., 30 – Layton's Flood Zone Visit
- Fri., 27 – Campground Flooding
- Fri., 27 – The Radio Noon Monthly News Quiz - May
- Thu., 26 – Hérouxville Documentary
- Wed., 25 – Bob McDonald of Quirks and Quarks
- Tue., 24 – Farm Panel May 24
- Fri., 20 – Drug Treatment Costs
- Thu., 19 – Raising an Autistic Child
- Thu., 19 – Senate Reaction - Quebec
- Wed., 18 – New Majority Cabinet
- Wed., 18 – Farm Panel May 17
- Mon., 16 – Forecast: More Days of Wet Weather Ahead
- Fri., 13 – Racial Profiling
- Fri., 13 – Animal Welfare
- Thu., 12 – Dion on the Liberal Party's Future
- Thu., 12 – Flood Inspectors
- Thu., 12 – Clement on Gas Prices
- Wed., 11 – Mighty Judgment
- Tue., 10 – Farm Panel May 10
- Mon., 9 – Unite the Left?
- Mon., 9 – "Doored" Cyclist
- Mon., 9 – Unite the Left?
- Fri., 6 – All Girls Hockey Teams
- Thu., 5 – Record Quebec Flooding
- Wed., 4 – Farm Panel May 4
- Wed., 4 – Young and Elected
- Tue., 3 – Post-Election
- Tue., 3 – Royal Wedding
- April 2011
- Fri., 29 – Campaign Insights and Turbulence
- Thu., 28 – Voting Intentions
- Thu., 28 – Third Ever Election Quiz
- Wed., 27 – Vegas Vacationing Candidate
- Wed., 27 – Farm Panel - April 27
- Tue., 26 – Candidates Round Table - Final Week
- Thu., 21 – Radio Noon's Election Highlights - Week Four
- Thu., 21 – Bloc Bus Changes
- Wed., 20 – Bloc Candidate Nicole Demers
- Tue., 19 – Farm Panel - Tuesday April 19
- Mon., 18 – Candidates Round Table - Week Four
- Fri., 15 – Radio Noon's Election Highlights - Week 3
- Fri., 15 – The Guergis Affair
- Thu., 14 – Post French Debate
- Thu., 14 – Second Ever Election Quiz
- Tue., 12 – Farm Panel April 12th
- Mon., 11 – Candidates Round Table - Week Three
- Mon., 11 – Radio Noon's Election Highlights - Week 2
- Fri., 8 – Bruno Tremblay of the Greens in Studio
- Fri., 8 – War Room Strategies
- Fri., 8 – Unwanted Dogs to Toronto
- Fri., 8 – Rural Church Vandalism
- Thu., 7 – Rae in Studio
- Thu., 7 – Metro 'Star of David'
- Tue., 5 – Farm Panel April 5th
- Mon., 4 – Candidates Round Table - Week Two
- Mon., 4 – Bed Bugs Update
- Fri., 1 – First Ever Election Quiz
- March 2011
- Thu., 31 – Stuck Seaway Ship
- Wed., 30 – Greens Excluded
- Tue., 29 – Farm Panel March 29th
- Tue., 29 – Candidates Round Table - Week One
- Fri., 25 – Sports Hijab
- Fri., 25 – The Cabbie Decision and Work on Sunday
- Thu., 24 – Lola vs Eric
- Wed., 23 – Sleep For Success
- Wed., 23 – Elizabeth Taylor Montreal
- Tue., 22 – Farm Panel Mar 22
- Tue., 22 – Bus Rollover Hero
- Mon., 21 – Quebec Nuclear
- Fri., 18 – Run-up to Haitian election
- Thu., 17 – Pacioretty Poll
- Wed., 16 – Dog Rescue Guidelines
- Wed., 16 – Anti-police brutality protest
- Wed., 16 – Céline back in Vegas
- Tue., 15 – Farm Panel Mar 15
- Mon., 14 – Hockey General Managers Meet
- Fri., 11 – Quebecers react to quake
- Thu., 10 – Air Canada takes on hockey violence
- Wed., 9 – Hab hit hard
- Tue., 8 – Farm Panel Plus
- Mon., 7 – Hacked
- Mon., 7 – March Storm Madness
- Fri., 4 – 1971 Snowstorm Memories
- Thu., 3 – GPS Stories
- Wed., 2 – Smoke Alarm Reminder
- Tue., 1 – Farm Panel Mar. 1
- February 2011
- Mon., 28 – Libyan Financial Clampdown
- Fri., 25 – The Fighter, Montreal-style
- Fri., 25 – Gas Price Overload
- Fri., 25 – Consuming Defeat
- Thu., 24 – Northern Food Costs
- Wed., 23 – Truckers and Fatigue
- Tue., 22 – Red Tail Hawk Recuperation
- Tue., 22 – Farm Panel
- Mon., 21 – Self-Harm Alert
- Fri., 18 – Deportation Dilemma
- Thu., 17 – Taxi Symbols
- Wed., 16 – Red Tail Hawk Update
- Wed., 16 – Saguenay Council Prayer
- Tue., 15 – ER Cinéma Vérité
- Tue., 15 – Farm Panel
- Tue., 15 – Multiculturalism and Quebec
- Mon., 14 – West Island Railway Moves
- Fri., 11 – Elation in Egypt: Quebecers react
- Thu., 10 – Quebec City Arena
- Wed., 9 – Black History Month at 20
- Tue., 8 – Farm Panel
- Mon., 7 – Language Law Storm
- Fri., 4 – Grade 12 for Public School?
- Thu., 3 – Back to Cabinet
- Wed., 2 – Targeting English CEGEPs?
- Tue., 1 – Lunch Bag Brouhaha
- January 2011
- Mon., 31 – Quebec Art Treasures Rescued
- Tue., 25 – Oscars and Quebec
- Mon., 24 – Neutering Dogs and Cats
- Fri., 21 – Hockey Head Shots
- Thu., 20 – Traffic Ticket Tizzy
- Wed., 19 – Barred Kirpans
- Tue., 18 – Attack Ads
- Mon., 17 – Mortgage Rules Tightened
- Fri., 14 – Dire Straits: ban or no ban?
- Thu., 13 – Baby boom stalled?
- Tue., 11 – Haiti: One year later
- Tue., 11 – Political rhetoric in Arizona
- Tue., 11 – Mervil's Village
- Fri., 7 – Autism-vaccine link phone in
- December 2010
- Fri., 31 – Traditional healing meets modern science
- Fri., 31 – Rae Spoon on Radio Noon
- Fri., 31 – Remembering Tony Proudfoot
- Thu., 30 – Winter reading lists from local publishers
- Thu., 30 – Random Recipe on Radio Noon
- Wed., 29 – Phone in: The Challenges of Winter Travel
- Wed., 29 – Santosh Lalonde of Bad Uncle
- Tue., 21 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Dec. 21, 2010
- Mon., 20 – The Lunar Eclipse Explained
- Tue., 14 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Dec. 14, 2010
- Fri., 10 – John Rennie High School Students Food Drive
- Fri., 10 – Sex Education Returns To The Classroom
- Tue., 7 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Dec. 7, 2010
- Thu., 2 – HIV and STIs on the rise in Montreal
- Wed., 1 – Alouettes Welcomed Home
- November 2010
- Tue., 30 – Phone In: WikiLeaks
- Tue., 30 – Radio Noon Farm Panel
- Fri., 26 – Phone-in On Buy Nothing Day
- Tue., 23 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Nov. 23, 2010
- Mon., 22 – Interview with Dr. Jean-Pierre Routy
- Mon., 22 – Phone-in: Is It Unfair For The Government To Force Sheila Gauthier's Ex-Husband To Take Her To Court Or Is It A Safeguard Against Abuse Of The System ?
- Thu., 18 – Phone-in with Barbara Ehrenreich
- Thu., 18 – Interview with Katleen Felix
- Tue., 16 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Nov 16, 2010
- Wed., 10 – Phone-in: Your Reaction To Iran And Saudi Arabia Being Considered For The Executive Board Of UN Woman ?
- Tue., 9 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Nov 9, 2010
- Thu., 4 – Phone-in: Should Common Law Couples Have the Same Rights And Obligations As Married Couples ?
- Tue., 2 – The Radio Noon Farm Panel - Nov 2, 2010
- October 2010
- Wed., 27 – Phone-in: Should part of the proceeds from the Brother Andre celebration go to victims of sexual abuse by priests and nuns ?
- Tue., 26 – Radio Noon Farm Panel - Oct 26
- Tue., 26 – Phone-in: Is Montreal Becoming Too English ?
- Fri., 22 – Interview: Ben Goldacre on Bad Science
- Wed., 20 – Phone-in on photo radar
- Wed., 20 – Dr Yoram Shir on new study on soy and pain
- Tue., 19 – Dr David Nabarro on Global Food Security
- Tue., 19 – The Radio Noon Farm Panel
- Mon., 18 – Phone-in on Brother Andre name change
- Thu., 14 – Thursday October 14, 2010