Beer Detective, Your Gardening Questions, Your...08/28/15
A private detective describes what he saw when he staked out a Quebec liquor store for two weeks. Hint: many New Brunswick shoppers. Marjorie Willison takes your garden questions. Plus, your thoughts on the latest Bluenose II mechanical problems.
Bluenose Steering, Your Stories, Back-to-School Anxiety,...
More steering issues keep the Bluenose II from sailing. More of your stories of near-drownings. Dr. Daniel Chorney has some advice on how to help your child navigate back-to-school anxiety on the Phone-In. Plus, a clarification on septic systems vs....
Online Lending Scam, Your Thoughts, Water Safety
The Better Business Bureau warns of a Halifax-based company involved in an online lending scam. Your thoughts on transporting beer across the New Brunswick border. On the Phone-In: Your stories of near-drowning experiences on the water.
Beer Wars, Plumber Fred Walsh, Record Tuna
A hefty fine after a beer run to Quebec has led a New Brunswick man to make a constitutional challenge of New Brunswick's inter-provincial trade barriers. Plumber Fred Walsh takes your questions. And a 10-year-old from PEI hooks a 486-pound tuna.
River John School Protest, Whale Spotting, Whale Culture
A Nova Scotia community is picketing the education minister's office over the closure of River John Consolidated School. A whale watching tour operator snaps an incredible photo of a breaching humpback coming out of the fog. And whale expert Hal...
Rabies Vaccines, Duffy Trial, Food Porn, Jeopardy! Love
New Brunswick is air-dropping food laced a rabies vaccine for wild animals in an attempt to curb the disease's spread in Charlotte County. CBC poll analyst Eric Grenier on what the Duffy trial means for political polls. On the Phone-In: Do you hate...
Herring Weirs, Speedy Swan, Social Media Conduct, Fashion...
A New Brunswick fisherman in the Bay of Fundy worries he might be the last generation of weir fishermen as herring catches disappear. An old swan ride from Rainbow Valley gets a second life as a speed boat. On the Phone-In: how to make sure your...
Swan Boat Speeds Up
Maritime Noon hears how a swan boat from Rainbow Valley got a second life as a speed boat.
Energy East and the Bay of Fundy, Your Thoughts, Wedding...
The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is concerned for what the Energy East Pipeline could mean for whales in the Bay of Fundy. On the Phone-in: Wedding etiquette tips in the digital era. Plus, some of your thoughts on the stories we cover.
Highway Ruts, Fashion Regrets, Too Hot to Cook, Your...
A woman recovering from a serious accident on Highway 125 in Cape Breton is calling for ruts in the asphalt to be fixed. Your reaction to our story about a teen hurt in a carnival ride in PEI. On the Phone-In: The fashion trends you loved, and the...
Sandspit Accident, Birding
A Nova Scotia family's visit to the Sandspit Amusement Park in PEI was anything but fun when their 15-year-old daughter was flung from one of the rides. The park's owner stands by his staff and equipment. On the Phone-In: tell us about the birds...
Road Flagger Death, Your Thoughts, Marjorie Willison,...
The trial for the accused in the case of Ashley Dawn Richards, a young New Brunswick woman killed while working as a flag person in Saskatchewan, begins. Your thoughts on the Boys and Girls club decision in Montague, PEI. Gardening Expert Marjorie...
Montague Backlash, Interesting Finds
A PEI published writes a scathing editorial, after Montague town council reject a rezoning request that would have allowed for a Boys and Girls Club to set up. On the Phone-In: What's the most interesting thing you've found in your attic?
Duffy Trial Resumes, Great Cookbooks
Ex-PMO chief of staff takes the stand as the Mike Duffy trial resumes. On the Phone-In, listeners share the stories behind their favourite cookbooks.
Prison Watchdog Concerns, British Soldiers Bail Hearing,...
Canada's prison watchdog raises concerns over the number of inmate deaths in Atlantic Canada. British soldiers charged with sexual assault hope to return to the UK while they await trial in Halifax. On the Phone-In: Which is better, glamping or...
Beach Rescue, Lobster Labour, Sleep Doula, Your Thoughts
An Ontario woman is thanking a stranger from Nova Scotia who saved her from drowning in Bermuda. As the Northumberland Strait lobster season opens, processors are worried about a labour shortage. Sleep Doula Tracey Ruiz takes your questions on getting...
Pig Scramble, Jim White
Animal rights advocates oppose the pig scramble at the Westmorland County Agricultural Fair. On the Phone-In, paint expert Jim White takes your calls.
Whale Rescue, Bees in the Belfry, The Buzz on Bees, Your...
Nova Scotia rescuers save a pod of 14 pilot whales beached near Antigonish, just days after a larger pod became stranded in Cape Breton. A PEI church becomes home to thousands of bees. On the Phone-In: your questions on bee populations in the...
Illegal Dumping, Your Thoughts, Election Issues, Peacock...
A Nova Scotia family's access road to their home is blocked by illegal dumpers leaving behind roofing debris. Your thoughts on staying in the Maritimes. On the Phone-In: What issue is most important for you in this election campaign? Plus, a possible...
Dog Bite, Why Do You Stay?
A Halifax mother wants the city to re-think having swimming lessons in an off-leash dog park, after her three-year old son was bitten. On the phone-in: Why do you stay in the Maritimes? Two Saint John residents behind a speaking series called "Stuck"...
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