Lightbulb Recycling, Painting Qs, Viral Video11/27/14
The federal government backs away from mandatory recycling for compact fluorescent bulbs. Jim White answers your painting and staining questions. Plus, a mother/daughter rendition of Mary's Boy Child takes off online.
NB Abortion Access, Homelessness, Cannabis Cafe
NB's new premier lifts abortion restrictions. What it would take to eradicate homelessness in the Maritimes. Plus, a new Cannabis Cafe opens in Halifax.
Backyard Urn Stolen
A family tells Maritime Noon about a stolen urn containing their mother's ashes.
Stolen Urn, Personal Finances, Veterans Mental Health
A Halifax family searches for a stolen urn containing human remains. Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick answers your questions. A veterans advocate reacts to the Auditor General's report on military mental health. Plus, your...
Legere Capture, Automotive Qs, Curling Marathon
Remembering the sense of relief 25 years ago, when escaped murderer Allan Legere was finally captured after 7 months on the lam. Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your questions. Plus, why a New Brunswicker is planning to curl 100 games in 100...
Flag Worker Hit, Senior Robbed, Winter Tires Phone-In, Hailstones Q
A traffic control worker in Sydney was sent to hospital after being hit in an apparent case of road rage. A Fredericton senior says she no longer feels safe after being robbed on her bike at five in the afternoon. On the phone-in, we take your...
New School At Capacity, Shift Work, Your Feedback
Why a brand new school in Riverview, NB is already at capacity. A call in favour of some form of "segregation" in schools. The latest research on the impact of shift work, and your personal experiences. Plus, more of your thoughts on the value of the...
School Segregation, Family Dinners, ISIS New Name
Concerns that Nova Scotia's new education report could lead to segregation in schools. More of your thoughts on the connection between how you dress and harassment. We ask: Is the family dinner over-rated? Plus, an immigrant settlement group in NS...
Dress Code Debate, Climatologist, Your Feedback
A school superintendent and a professor in child and youth studies respond to calls for an end to dress codes in schools. Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada, David Phillips, answers your weather questions. Plus, more of your thoughts on...
Dress Code, Pedestrians in Crosswalks, Your Feedback
A group of Fredericton students call for an end to the dress code, and the introduction of a sexual assault policy. Your thoughts on cracking down on pedestrians in crosswalks. Plus, your feedback on giving people with a lifetime ban on driving a...
#YouKnowHerName, Ghiz Steps Down, Faint Hope, Gallant on Contracts
We speak with the father of the victim in a high profile child pornography case about the publication ban on his daughter's name. PEI Premier Robert Ghiz steps down. On the phone in: A faint hope clause could give past drunk drivers with a lifetime...
Life Jackets, Eating on $4 a day, Mystery Medal
The Transportation Safety Board is urging fishermen to wear life jackets after it completed its investigation into the drowning of three fishermen off Tabusintac, N.B. in 2013. On the phone in: Eating on $4 a day. Plus, a woman in PEI is looking for...
Report Card Confusion, Furniture Restoration, Your Feedback
A Fredericton parent expresses concern about a new type of report card at her son's school district. Our furniture restoration expert answers your questions. Plus, more of your thoughts on a proposed national war memorial for the Cabot Trail.
Recall Act, Laundry Pods, War Memorial, Lumber Theft
Leader of the opposition in PEI proposes legislation that would allow voters to get rid of MLAs midway through a term. A new study says laundry pods are dangerous for children. Your thoughts on a proposed national war memorial on the Cabot Trail....
Wood Warning, Chef Flinn, Berlin Wall, Your Thoughts
The Better Business Bureau warns against firewood rip offs. Chef Craig Flinn has tips on preparing wild game. We hear your thoughts on dirty hospitals and early Christmas promotions. Plus, we look back at the fall of the Berlin Wall, 25 years ago.
Harassment on the Hill, Brett Wilson, Hospital Cleanliness, Mac Campbell
MP Megan Leslie discusses allegations of sexual harassment on Parliament Hill. Former Dragon Brett Wilson wants retailers to hold off on Christmas until after Nov. 11. On the phone in, we ask how clean your hospital is. Plus, we remember Mac Campbell.
Flavoured Tobacco, Ageing Drivers, Your Thoughts
The Nova Scotia government has dropped a plab to ban all flavoured tobacco. On the Phone In, we debate mandatory re-testing for older drivers. Plus, your thoughts on the Energy East Pipeline.
E-Cigarettes, Ebola Survivor, Energy East Pipeline
Nova Scotia faces criticism for a proposed bill which would regulate electronic cigarettes the same way as tobacco cigarettes. A former Nova Scotian tells us how he survived Ebola. Your thoughts on the Energy East Pipeline. Plus, more discussion on...
Woodstock Roads, Fracking Wastewater, Mindless Eating
The first snowfall in NB hits Woodstock hard. Concerns that Amherst will agree to dispose of fracking wastewater. The mother of a trick-or-treater who found a pin in a chocolate bar speaks out. Tips for avoiding mindless eating. Plus, Justin Bourque's...
Ghomeshi Allegation, Income Splitting, Sociology of Fear
A woman from New Brunswick speaks out about her encounters with Jian Ghomeshi. Your reactions to new income splitting measures. We mark Halloween by discussing the sociology of fear. Plus, kids weigh in on their favourite candies.
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