Maritime Noon

 
 

Maritime Noon

Maritime Noon delivers developing stories in the region, and keeps you up-to-date on breaking news. We track down the experts to help you make smart choices, and we always open the conversation up to you. It's about Maritimers talking to Maritimers. 

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Plastic waste impact of school meals, Encouraging more women to get into politics

Popular PEI school food programme criticised for generating plastic waste, Phone-in on women's experiences in running for public office.

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Restaurant theft, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison

New owners one-up thieves, thwarting their efforts to make away with much money from their restaurant. Phone-in with gardening expert Marjorie Willison.

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NS school changes Redmen team name, Improving school food

Reaction to Cape Breton high school's decision to drop "Redmen" team name, Phone-in on how to improve school cafeteria food

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Impact of Teddy, Uber wins HRM support, Answering questions about CERB

Impact of post-tropical storm Teddy, Uber wins HRM support, Feedback on tipping, Answering questions about CERB

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Tracking Hurricane Teddy, Reaction to lobster fishery tensions in NS, Looking at changing the practice of tipping

Latest on track of Hurricane Teddy, Reaction to tensions over First Nation exercising right to fish for a moderate living, Phone-in on whether restaurants should change the practice of tipping.

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Preparing for arrival of Hurricane Teddy, Paint advice from Jim White

Preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Teddy, Paint advice from Jim White.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:54:22]


Self-regulated fishery, Estates and trust planning

CBC Indigenous reporter Nic Meloney updates us on tensions surrounding the Sipekne'katik First Nation's historic launch of a self-regulated fishery. Phone-in on wills and trusts.

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Pandemic course, Acts of kindness

Halifax prof draws inspiration from Pandemic the board game for an online course, your feedback, and phone-in with co-author of Not Cancelled: Canadian Kindness is the Face of Covid-19.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:15]


Trick-or-treating cancelled, Outdoor classrooms, Remembering Terry Fox

Town of Woodstock cancels trick-or-treating due to Covid-19. Talkback on outdoor classrooms. Phone-in on Terry Fox and the 40th anniversary of his Marathon of Hope.

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Lobster Fishing Protest, Outdoor Classrooms

Reporter Paul Withers tells us about a protest over Indigenous lobster fishing in Nova Scotia. On the phone-in: the importance of outdoor classrooms.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:06]


Border family, Doug Bethune

A Wolfville woman says the COVID-19 rules around what family members can visit Canada are unfair. Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:55]


Moncton Parade, Marjorie Willison

Moncton's Santa Claus Parade will look a bit different this year. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.

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Wet camping, Cemeteries

A Halifax man set up camp in Noel Shore, and woke up floating on the water. On the phone in: Cemetery stories. We chat with Craig Ferguson, who runs the Twitter page Dead In Halifax.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:13]


TikTok Star Runs For Mayor, Legacy of WWII, Birth Stories

TikTok star Max Emerson Taylor runs for mayor of Halifax. Your thoughts on the legacy of the Second World War in Canada. On the phone-in: Experiences of childbirth and pregnancy.

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Back-to-School, Remembering Canada's Second World War

Students head back to school across the Maritimes. On the phone-in: What place do you think the Second World War holds in Canadian history?

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:13]


Holding Kids Back, Black Hair, Homeschooling

A N.B. woman tries to hold her sons back a grade in school. Your thoughts on Black hair and beauty services in the Maritimes. On the phone-in: homeschooling coach Kimberly Charron shares advice.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:09]


Herbicide protest, Black hair

A small group of residents in Kings County, N.S., is calling for stricter controls on spraying glyphosate-based herbicide. On the phone-in: detangling a lack of care, for Black hair

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:04]


Water Yarmouth, Divorce, Older Climber

Yarmouth, N.S., plans to open a self-serve bulk water station. Family lawyer Russell Alexander answers your divorce questions.

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Dorene Bernard, Dr. Eric Carnegy

The federal government is designating two former residential schools as national historic sites. We chatted with Dorene Bernard, who attended the Shubenacadie Residential School. Dr. Eric Carnegy answers your pet health questions for the last time!

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Book discovery, Gardening expert

NB musician makes fortuitous discovery of thousands of copies of a no-longer-in-publication book written about his late dad. Phone-in with gardening expert Marjorie Willison.

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Jaya's Magic Wheelchair, Middle class decline

A PEI woman has written a new children's book, inspired by her own granddaughter's life in a wheelchair. Phone-in with Jeff Rubin, author of "The Expendables."

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:01]


UN award for sustainable sanitation, Bike boom

A Halifax-based non-profit wins an award from the United Nations Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation. Phone-in on the boom in biking during the pandemic.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:08]


Evel Knievel's Yacht, Choirs

How a NS businessman came to own famed stuntman Evel Knievel's old yacht. Phone-in on choirs in the pandemic, and what choirs mean to Maritimers.

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Immigration Victory, Guaranteed Jobs

NS woman wins her long fight to remain in Canada. Phone-in on bringing in a guaranteed job program.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:56]


Breast cancer survivor, Lotto winners, Dog behaviour expert

NS woman embracing life after double mastectomy. $17.4M prize Cape Breton man's second Lotto 6/49 jackpot win. Phone-in with dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay.

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Jackpot store, Pandemic hurting working moms

A store in Cape Breton sold a lotto ticket worth more than $17M. Phone-in about how the pandemic is disproportionately hurting working moms.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:18]


Beirut fundraiser, Heat pumps

Halifax student starts fundraiser for the Lebanese Red Cross, for humanitarian efforts in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion. Phone-in on heat pumps.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:13]


Bike ride for Becca, Gardening with Marjorie

Becca Schofield's dad is riding his bike 21kms a day, for 21 days, to mark what would have been his daughter's 21st birthday. Phone-in with gardening expert Marjorie Willison.

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Amherst armoury, Real estate boom

Protest to preserve the Amherst Armoury, after the federal government closes it without warning due to structural issues. Phone-in on the real estate boom in the Maritimes amid the pandemic.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:58]


Repatriation flights, Future of legions

NB man organizes a major international repatriation effort from his home in Riverview. Phone-in about the future of legions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:11]


Herb Carnegie Hall of Fame campaign, Back-to-school feedback, contact tracing

A former Halifax Mooseheads star campaigns to get his grandfather, Herb Carnegie, into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Phone-in on contact tracing and Canada`s new COVID-19 alert app.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:51]


NS school rally, Pain expert Jim White

Teachers and parents rally for more answers around N.S.'s back-to-school plan. Phone-in with paint and stain expert Jim White.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:08]


NS magician in Vegas, Feedback, Home reno panel

Halifax magician takes the stage on Penn and Teller's Las Vegas show. Feedback on decriminalizing drugs and NS premier resigning. Phone-in with our home reno panel.

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Beirut blast a reminder of Halifax Explosion, Decriminalizing drugs, NS Premier to step down

Author Janet Maybee reflects on how the Beirut blast is reminiscent of the Halifax Explosion. Phone-in on decriminalizing drugs. NS Premier Stephen McNeil announces he's stepping down.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:09]


Reaction to Beirut blast, Remote learning

Reaction to the devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. Phone-in on online schooling amid the pandemic.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:59]


Cat Podcast, Auto expert Doug Bethune

7-year-old Dominic Bonaparte tells us about his new Talking About Cats podcast. Automotive expert Doug Bethune takes your calls on the phone-in.

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Mandatory masks, Gardening questions

First day of the mandatory mask rule in NS. Find out about a group of newcomers to Canada who are making masks. On the phone-in gardening expert Marjorie Willison.

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Back-to-School plans

This school year could look a lot different, thanks to the pandemic. On the phone-in we ask: what do you think of your province's back-to-school plans for the fall.

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Public inquiry flip-flop decision reaction, Team names

MP Sean Fraser and victim family member Nick Beaton react to decision to proceed with a public inquiry into April's mass killings in Nova Scotia. Phone-in on controversial team names.

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HMCS Fredericton returns, Ticks

HMCS Fredericton returns to Halifax to a reunion like no other. Feedback to political leaders' decision to go with an independent review into NS mass shooting. Phone-in on ticks.

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CERB fraud, Mass shooting review feedback, Pandemic time capsule, Finnish sauna

N.S. victim of CERB identity fraud. Reaction to independent review into N.S. mass killings. Pandemic time capsule phone-in. Portable Finnish sauna in N.B.

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Senator reacts to mass shooting review, Craig Flinn

Nova Scotia Senator Stan Kutcher reacts to decision to hold an independent review into N.S. mass shooting instead of a public inquiry. Phone-in with chef Craig Flinn.

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Pride flag, Non-profit fundraising

After saying it wouldn't fly the Pride flag, the Municipality of Chester listens to calls for change and votes to raise the rainbow flag after all. Phone-in on non-profit fundraising amid the pandemic.

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Cabot House power outage, Contact tracing feedback, COVID summer for kids

Cabot House resident speaks to us on day 12 of an ongoing power outage. Feedback on inconsistency of self-isolation check-in calls. Phone-in on COVID summer for kids.

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Nursing home report, Self-isolation calls, Hidden gems

Report highlighting vulnerabilities of nursing homes. Some self-isolating international travelers are not getting daily check-in calls. Phone-in on hidden gems to visit in the Maritimes.

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N.B. barber retires after 65 years, Foxes stealing shoes in P.E.I., Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft

Moncton, NB, barber Donato Di Donato retires after 65 years cutting hair. Sly foxes suspected of stealing shoes in Borden-Carleton, PEI. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft takes your calls.

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COVID cats, Pronoun feedback, Everlasting appliances

COVID cats, Pronoun feedback, Everlasting appliances

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:45]


Buoy in Ballyshannon, Why pronouns matter

How the discovery of a buoy from Tancook, NS ended up in Ballyshannon, Ireland and created a connection between two fishermen an ocean apart. Phone-in on why pronouns matter.

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Bubbling with part of Quebec, Remote work pay

Bubbling with part of Quebec, Remote work pay

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[mp3 file: runs 00:52:45]


PEI COVID-19 cases, Pandemic waltz, Geological features of the Maritimes

PEI COVID-19 cases, Pandemic waltz, Geological features of the Maritimes

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:17]


Canadian student billed international tuition fee, Automotive consultant Doug Bethune

Canadian student billed international tuition fee, Automotive consultant Doug Bethune.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:00]


Geopark status for Fundy Cliffs, Marjorie Willison gardening advice

Cliffs of Fundy awarded UNESCO geopark status, Feedback on restaurants asking for contact information on customers because of Covid-19, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes calls

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NB restaurants take contact details, How to discuss race in the workplace

NB restaurants required to take names and numbers from customers under Covid-19 rules, Phone-in with Tracy Jones-Grant about how to discuss racism in the workplace

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Reaction to NS Bridge Collapse, How to Spot Fake News

Reaction to NS Bridge Collapse, How to Spot Fake News.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:11]


Charges dropped against Santina Rao, Concerns over Covid-19 data collection, Debate over removing controversial names

Charges dropped against Halifax woman arrested while shopping in Walmart, Concern over what will happen to data collected from people travelling within Atlantic Bubble, Phone-in on whether we should remove or rename monuments honouring controversial figures.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:16]


B&B pandemic survival plan, Paint expert Jim White

NB bed and breakfast owners look for creative way to survive after pandemic cancellations, Paint expert Jim White takes questions.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:12]


Atlantic bubble reaction, "Countless Journeys" podcast, Stories of immigration

Atlantic bubble reaction, "Countless Journeys" podcast, Stories of immigration.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:13]


Yarmouth jail contest, Music aid

Yarmouth jail contest, Music aid.

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:15]


O Canada virtual choir, Feeling grateful

O Canada virtual choir, Feeling grateful

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[mp3 file: runs 00:53:11]