Coin Collection Theft, Why Do You Love Your Town, Willie...03/27/15
A New Brunswick man was lured from his house by thieves who stole the coin collection he'd invested in for 30 years. On the phone-in we ask what you love about your town. Plus, remembering Cape Breton legend Willie Francis Fraser, who says learned...
Community Barn Saver
A community rallies around a Mount Albion famility whose pig barn partially collapsed
PEI Barn Saving, Stuck Truck, Smartphones and Your Thoughts
A community rallies around a family of new comers after their pig barn collapses. We ask if our smartphones are making us lazy thinkers. Plus, the story of a stuck pick up truck completely submerged in snow.
PEI School Closure, Fireball, Misophonia, Your Thoughts
A blanket school closure in PEI for the third day in a row sparks debate. A fireball was seen in the night sky across PEI and Nova Scotia. Pn the phone-in, what sounds drive you nuts? Plus, what you did when scammers called.
Mysterious Tunnels in Wolfville
Mysterious snow labyrinth discovered: could it be a man cave? Or something... sinister?
Ticked Off At Tickets, Crowdfunding and Tunnels in Wolfville
Halifax business owner says 24-hour parking ban hurts business. Charity consultant Michael Johnston takes your questions on crowdfunding. Plus, we speak to a Wolfville man who's uncovered a network of snow tunnels and has fun with it.
Serious Road Rage in Hanwell
Maritime Noon hears about a case of road rage in Hanwell that led to three separate confrontations.
Kindness in the Storm
Stranded motorists in Ross's Corner get treats, a potluck dinner, and place to stay for the night.
Strangers Storm-Stayed, Fredericton Road Rage, Your Appliance Questions
A PEI family tells us about offering snacks, then supper and beds to people stuck on the Trans-Canada Highway. A Fredericton man describes his encounter with road rage, which was captured on video. On the phone-in, your appliance questions
"Panic-stricken" Walk to Work
"Cars inches from your body" in snow-clogged Halifax, pedestrian Amanda Vantassel tell Maritime Noon
Pedestrian Danger, Frauds and Scams, Your Stories
Snow-blocked sidewalks mean pedestrians have to share the road in Halifax, with poor results. On the phone-in: How to protect yourself from scams. Plus, your thoughts on the "Life Means Life Act" and your favourite signs of spring.
Easy winter? Not so much.
Climatologist David Phillips tells Maritime Noon that he blew it with his "mild winter" forecast
Halifax is snowed in
Environment Canada climatologist David Phillips admits his forecast of a mild winter was way off. And we take your questions on filing your income tax.
Storm Shut Down, Millet Fundraising, Life Without Parole, Snow Stories
Halifax is shut down due to yet another snow storm. A Dalhouse professor raises funds for the whistle-blower in the dentistry scandal. On the phone-in, we debate the "Life Means Life" bill. Plus your storm stories, and a song request.
Dairy Farm Storm Troubles, Sidewalk Shovel Day, Your Fitness Over 40...
A PEI dairy farmer fears blocked roads will force him to dump milk for the second time this winter. A Halifax city councillor urges citizens to join a sidewalk shovel day. On the phone-in: your fitness over 40 questions. Plus, listeners share their...
Stranded in the Storm, A Jarring Storm Encounter, Car Questions
A Charlottetown man describes being stranded at Tim Horton's in the storm. A woman in Saint John tells us about being followed by a man suspected of assaulting other women. On the phone-in, car repair expert Doug Bethune answers your questions.
Benefits for Reservists, Your Thoughts, Home Reno Panel
Veterans groups applaud changes that give the same benefits to injured veteran reservists as received by full-time members of the Canadian Forces. Our home renovation panel takes your questions. Plus, your thoughts on a call for MP John Williamson to...
John Williamson Controversy, School Bus Distance, Seed Starting, Your...
Liberal MP John McCallum is calling for New Brunswick MP John Williamson to be expelled from the Conservative caucus after his comments about "whities" and "brown people". Do children walk too far to school? New Brunswick looks at changing school bus...
The Big Melt, Free Tuition, Your Thoughts
Islanders are dealing with snow on their roofs, and inside their homes. On the phone-in, should university be tuition free? Plus, your thoughts on a campaign to buy suitcases for children in foster care.
Suitcases for Kids in Foster Care, Your Heating Questions, Your Thoughts
Students in social work petition New Brunswick government for suitcases for foster children. On the phone-in, home heating expert Art Irwin takes your questions. Plus, we share feedback on Sunday hunting.
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