Memorial Vandal, Foraging for Wild Food, Beinn...07/30/15
A New Brunswick mother's plea for vandals to stop defacing the roadside memorial for her son. Vandals have tagged it 20 times since April. Your Thoughts on banning the confederate flag. On the Phone-In: the dirt on foraging for wild edibles. Plus, the...
Confederate Flag Controversy, Great Speeches, Your Thoughts
A group in Halifax is calling for a ban on the Confederate Flag, calling it a symbol of white supremacy. On the Phone-In: What makes a great speech? Plus, your thoughts on Sunday hunting, and a story about the Princess of Acadia.
Trade Talks and Dairy, Lost Peacock, The Healing Power of...
Maritime dairy farmers are wary of what the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal could mean for their industry. A PEI man searches for his lost peacock, Tango. On the Phone-In: Stories of how music can help us remember and heal.
Farewell to the Princess of Acadia, Crossing the Strait,...
The Princess of Acadia ferry makes its final crossing after 44 years, we hear from a former captain who started out in the kitchen back in 1971. We get an update from Marilyn Korzekwa after her marathon crossing of the Northumberland Strait. Plus,...
Sunday hunting in NS, Marathon Swimmer, Summer Jobs Qs
NS lifts a decades old ban on hunting on Sundays, but not everyone is happy. A marathon swimmer planning to cross the Northumberland Strait this weekend. On the Phone-In: your stories of the best and worst summer jobs you've had. Plus, your feedback...
New report on EI shortcomings, parents worried over...
A former chief actuary of the EI program says system needs fixing. A new survey says a majority of Canadian parents are worried about vaccine side effects. And on the phone-in: how to stay fit while getting older.
Uptick in NB tick numbers, More Obit writing, Lawns...
An expert at Mount Allison University says tick numbers are up and more dogs are getting lyme disease in New Brunswick. We hear more of your feedback about obituary writing. And on the Phone-in: alternatives to grass lawns.
Who Killed Sparkle the Goat? Wine 101. Whale Rescue
A Nova Scotia hobby farmer describes how he found four of his goats shot. On the phone-in: A sommelier helps listeners pick wines. Plus, we hear how a marine rescue team saved a trapped whale.
1600 Cigarette Butts, On the Phone-In: Reading and Writing...
Hospitals in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick both recently collected cigarette butts from hospital grounds. And what they found was a gross mess. On the phone-in, obit writer Sandra Martin joins us to take your calls on what makes obits memorable.
Kindness Meters, Your Thoughts, Marjorie Willison, A Bar...
Fredericton installs "kindness meters" downtown to encourage people to give to charity, not pan handlers. More of your thoughts on a $15 minimum wage. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your questions. Plus, the story of how a bar stool from a...
Evolve Festival Death, Dogs in Hot Cars, Mosquito...
A 21-year-old man died this week after attending the Evolve Music Festival. We hear from the ER doctor who treated him, and believes his death was drug related. A Halifax man has a nasty confrontation with a pet-owner who left his dogs inside a parked...
Minimum Wage Protest, Liverpool Chickens, Buy and Selling...
Business community in NS reacts to call for $15 minimum wage. Liverpool man fights for backyard chickens. And on the Phone-In: buying and selling summer property.
Blocked Trail, Discussing Death, Your Road Trip Stories
A New Brunswick farmer blocks part of the Trans Canada Trail that runs through her land, because she says the province isn't holding up its part of the bargain. On the phone in: why it's important to talk about death and dying. Plus, your stories from...
Distracted Driving Accident, Your Redhead Stories, Terry...
A PEI mother urges people to put away their phones while behind the wheel after a two-vehicle collision on the weekend caused by a distracted driver. More of your stories of growing up with red hair. Plus, genealogist Terry Punch takes your questions.
Ravine Rescue, RedHeads
A Nova Scotia teen was rescued after she fell down a 21-meter ravine. More than 47 emergency personnel were involved, including search and rescue crews. On the phone-in: Is your red hair a blessing or a curse?
Beluga's Back, Marjorie Willison
A young beluga whale exploring Nova Scotia is now in Liverpool. Officials are trying to get a skin sample to see if the whale is from the St. Lawrence or the Arctic. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.
Witness Fears for Safety, $1000 to Quit, Road Trip Stories
A murder witness in Nova Scotia says he fears for his life. We check in with a woman who swore off smoking on our show last July-- after our guest offered her a thousand dollars if she could quit for a year . Plus, your road trip stories.
Metal Detectors for PEI Potatoes, PEI Theives Own Up, Bob...
Millions in government funds have been set up to help PEI potato farmers buy metal detectors. PEI thieves thought by Dog the Bounty Hunter to be escaped murderers own up to shoplifting, and repay the store's owner after being identified on social...
Evolve Festival, Peggy's Cove Safety, Art Irwin,...
Evolve music festival says the show will go on, after a last minute insurer steps in. The festival lost its insurance after it said it would let concert-goers test illegal drugs for purity. Your thoughts on safety-measures at Peggy's Cove. Home...
Chemical Accused Not Guilty, Fredericton Strip Club,...
Christopher Phillips, the man at the centre of this year's chemical scare case, is found not guilty on all charges. Reaction to Fredericton's decision to buy out the city's last strip club license for 150 thousand dollars. On the phone-in: the...
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