August 2011 Archives
Wednesday August 31, 2011
There is sad news this morning for travellers along highway 20.
The legendary Madrid, halfway between Quebec and Montreal is closing its doors today at 3pm.
Julie Arel is the daughter of the original owner.
Wednesday August 31, 2011
The problems for PQ leader Pauline Marois just keep adding up. Members of the PQ caucus are meeting in Saguenay today to get ready for the fall session. On the eve of that caucus - a regional riding president resigned and there are rumours others will follow.
Philip Authier of the Gazette was in Saguenay for the meeting.
Tuesday August 30, 2011
Our weekly farm panel with dairy farmer Jeanie Neveu, sheep and beef producer Bob Laberge and agricultural specialist Hugh Maynard.
Monday August 29, 2011
François Legault who co-chairs the Coalition for the Future of Quebec tells host Bernard St-Laurent he'd rather improve English language instruction in French colleges, than bar French and Allophone students from attending English CEGEPs.
Legault also wants to reduce immigration levels for a two year period and see an increase in French language courses for new arrivals.
Legault says he'd commit to a ten year return to politics, and not to just one term.
Monday August 29, 2011
'Irene's' aftermath in Quebec: Environment Canada talks about the rest of the storm's path as Hydro Quebec describes its time line for restoring power.
We hear from a homeowner who heard a big kaboom and then just saw "green" as a tree crashed into his house and his neighbour's.
We hear from a solo sailor contending with the storm while another caller describes how 'Irene' interrupted a horse show in the Eastern Townships, but didn't shut it down.
Friday August 26, 2011
The head of Montreal's Health and Social Services Agency, David Levine, tells Radio Noon that he wants to limit waiting times in Montreal hospitals' emergency rooms to an average of 12 hours by the year 2015. This summer, wait times increased over the year before.
Friday August 26, 2011
Jean-Marc Couturier with the Canadian Hurricane Centre in Halifax says the rains could start hitting Quebec during the day on Sunday. He says central Quebec, including the Townships and the eastern part of the province will be get the most rain.
Senior Climatologist David Phillips with Environment Canada says August has already been one of the wettest on record for the city of Montreal - and that's before Irene moves through this weekend.
Thursday August 25, 2011
Two experts in the Quebec education field discuss ways to repair Quebec's high dropout rate amongst boys as the new school year approaches. We also hear from callers who explain why they left school when they were young.
Thursday August 25, 2011
The latest CROP poll shows that the man who doesn't even have a political party is Quebecers' pick for premier. It even suggests François Legault could be in majority territory if an election were held today. But there's also some good news in the poll for Jean Charest and his Liberal government. Not so for the PQ.
Wednesday August 24, 2011
Acting host Loreen Pindera turns to CBC London bureau chief Ann MacMillan for the latest news from Libya including the freeing of trapped journalists and the various diplomatic efforts over the strongman's assets. We also get the military perspective and hear about the potential political fallout as the rebels expand their grip on Libya.
Wednesday August 24, 2011
Hundreds are waiting outside the foyer of the House of Commons to pay their last respects to the late Leader of the Opposition. The CBC's Justin Hayward describes the scene for our listeners.
Tuesday August 23, 2011
Acting host Loreen Pindera speaks with a cancer survivor about Jack Layton's uplifting letter to Canadians.
Tuesday August 23, 2011
Guest host Loreen Pindera brings together dairy farmer Jeanie Nevue, beef and sheep producer Bob Laberge, and agricultural communications specialist Hugh Maynard to talk farm matters.
Tuesday August 23, 2011
Deputy Leader Thomas Mulcaire speaks out for the first time since the death of Jack Layton. Mulcaire talks about the "sudden sorrow" he and his colleagues are experiencing.
Joël-Denis Bellavance of LaPresse looks ahead to the challenges facing the NDP without the 'bridging' skills of Layton, a leader who could bring different factions together.
Monday August 22, 2011
Radio Noon hears from callers and people on the streets of Montreal - all shocked and saddened by the news of the death of the NDP leader on Monday morning.
Two NDP MPs talk about the huge orange shift he brought about in Quebec. Hélène Laverdière who defeated Bloc Leader Gilles Duceppe remembers Layton's excitement on election night.
We also hear from his opponents across the chamber and their admiration for his drive and courage as he battled prostate cancer.
His former teacher at McGill, Charles Taylor, says he was honoured to learn that Layton considered him an influentual force in his political life.
Civil rights lawyer Julius Grey tells Radio Noon he found Layton "refreshing" because of his optimism. He thinks Layton's optimistic approach to politics will live on.
Friday August 19, 2011
The mayor is targeting five key congestion areas, which engineer Hellen Christodoulou tells acting host Shari Okeke is a good first step, but she adds the full participation of all transportation players is needed in the longterm.
A truck driver describes the personal toll the road and bridge delays are causing. This week alone two truckers with his firm have quit due to stress and he says he has had three accidents he attributes to all the construction and confusion on the roads.
Friday August 19, 2011
As the summer holidays wind down, two former Kanawana campers, Andrew Caddell and The Vinyl Café's Stuart Mclean, share their memories and the life lessons they learned at camp.
Andrew Caddell also tells Radio Noon listeners about the Pip award he established to honour his father and his son, with Stuart McLean being a past winner.
It also seems this is a big week for 'Lumbermen and Voyageurs' at the camp. Take a listen to their conversations with acting host Shari Okeke.
Thursday August 18, 2011
Liberal MP Stephane Dion is glad that Elections Canada is looking into voting online, given voter turnout for federal elections has dropped to 60 per cent. He tells acting host Shari Okeke that we must move very cautiously, see what other countries are doing, and make sure there'd be no hacking and that voter confidentiality would be ensured.
Most of the reaction to our discussion of electronic voting was skeptical.
Tuesday August 16, 2011
Dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu, sheep and beef producer Bob Laberge, and agricultural communications specialist Hugh Maynard join acting host Shari Okeke for their weekly round table on farm matters. This week, they look at organic labelling and what shoppers should know.
Monday August 15, 2011
Imagine waiting more than 48 hours in an emergency waiting room. On average 84 people are doing just that in Montreal hospitals.
One caller describes his long wait with a metal shard in his eye.
Monday August 15, 2011
The Jeffrey Mine project gets a reprieve, the town of Asbestos is relieved. The town's manager says his region needs time to diversify its economy while critics of asbestos mining are outraged.
Friday August 12, 2011
A Montreal dog owner is launching a campaign to allow dogs on the metro.
CBC reporter Steve Rukavina has been following this story and came by the Radio Noon studio. We opened up our phone lines to ask you what you think...
Thursday August 11, 2011
Last fall, the Agence Metropolitaine de Transport (AMT) estimated that it would cost 450 million dollars to build a new commuter train link between Montreal and Mascouche. Just a few months later, the estimate hit 665 million dollars.
Treasury board president Michelle Courchesne said, at that price, it doesn't resemble the original project at all. That's why she ordered the AMT to freeze any future contracts or offers.
The CEO of the Agence Metropolitaine de Transport, Joel Gauthier, came by the Radio Noon studio to discuss the costs.
Wednesday August 10, 2011
Radio Noon takes a closer look at the riots in the UK.
A clinical psychologist tells us that he thinks it has to do with absent fathers. A spokesperson for the anti-police brutality protest here in Montreal beleives the riots are serving a purpose, pushing back against poverty and racism.
We also hear from Radio Noon listeners who answer the question -why is this happening?
Tuesday August 9, 2011
Native Affairs minister Geoffrey Kelley was in studio to answer your questions about Plan Nord.
In this special edition of Radio Noon, also hear perspectives from Dan Tolgyesi, the president and CEO of the Quebec Mining Association, Eric Darier, the director of Greenpeace Quebec and Scott McKay, the PQ representative for l'Assomption and the Official Opposition critic for mining in Quebec.
Tuesday August 9, 2011
Sheep and beef producer Bob Laberge, dairy farmer Jeannie Neveu and agricultural specialist Hugh Maynard on Quebec's farming issues.
Monday August 8, 2011
Stock markets are plunging today in the aftermath of the downgrade of US credit. More and more people are wondering what they should do with their investments.
Today on Radio noon we asked the experts.
We heard from one of Canada's most successful investors- Stephen Jarislowsky. He says this is a good time to buy... if you can stand the stress. We also heard from Ken Lester, a professor at McGill University in the Desautels Faculty of Management.
Friday August 5, 2011
New statistics on skin cancer show and increase of 50 per cent of the number of Quebeckers developing the disease in the last decade. Experts say it's because people are ignoring the message to avoid the sun. Dr. Gerald Batist is an oncologist and Director of the Segal Cancer Centre at the Jewish General Hospital.
Thursday August 4, 2011
People in Boston can probably relate to the infrastructure woes Montrealers are experiencing right now.
In 2006, during a major road reconstruction project known as "The Big Dig", a concrete ceiling panel weighing three tons fell in Boston's Fort Point Channel Tunnel.
It fell on a car travelling on the highway below. One person was killed, and another was injured.
To learn more about that incident, and the political fallout that came after, we reached Boston Globe reporter Sean Murphy.
Thursday August 4, 2011
Researchers at Université Laval are studying the effect that high-cocoa chocolate can have on our resistance to the sun.
Want to participate? Click here for more information.
Listen to Bernie's conversation with Bruno Riverin, a masters student with the Institute of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods.
Wednesday August 3, 2011
Transport Minister Sam Hamad is not accepting any blame for the collapse of the concrete beam in the Viger Tunnel.
Hamad says his department will review its procedures, to consider whether it's relying too much on the private sector for inspections.
Today on the Radio Noon we ask, should Sam Hamad resign? Or should he stay and oversee a review of Transport department policies?
Tuesday August 2, 2011
Jeannie recounts her travels around the province, and tells us about the need for rain. Hugh explains why the high dollar isn't good for famers and how hemp could be used for military uniforms.
Monday August 1, 2011
The collapse of a concrete beam in the Ville Marie Tunnel Sunday has further erroded an already-shaky confidence in the Montreal's road infrastructure.
Transport Quebec officials say the 15-meter long concrete beam could easily have killed motorists.
Monday, the Parti Quebecois called on Transport Quebec to release the reports from all the inspections conducted on Montreal's infrastructure. (The reports were released after the show on Monday.)
Radio Noon host Bernard St-Laurent askes listeners "What would it take to reassure you?"
To help answer questions about why this happened, and what could be done to prevent more incidents like this, we were joined by Maud Cohen, president of the Quebec Order of Engineers and Martin Lemay, PQ MNA for Sainte-Marie-Saint-Jacques.
- 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