Flavoured Tobacco Ban, Farmer Clem's Closing,...04/17/15
Nova Scotia bans all flavoured tobacco products, but exempts e-cigarettes. A Nova Scotia garden centre is closing four of its five stores due to a shortage in bedding plants after this harsh winter. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your...
Clayton Miller Review, Bridge Rally, Your Thoughts, Income...
Reporter Wendy Martin debriefs us on the investigation into Clayton Miller's death. A year after the Cherryvale covered bridge floated away in New Brunswick's floods, residents are frustrated there's still no crossing. On the phone in: your income tax...
NS Film Protests, Kids in Restaurants, ADHD Medication,...
The Nova Scotia film industry is protesting the government's 75% cut of the film tax credit. A Cape Breton restaurateur apologises after saying screaming kids aren't welcome. Dr. Kenny Handelman takes your questions about ADHD medication. Plus, The...
NS Film Tax Credit, Senior Rescue, Your Driving Pet Peeves
Film industry insiders on meeting with finance minister. Elderly Digby man gets rescued after falling nearly 100 feet down a bank. On the phone-in, your driving pet peeves.
Texting and Sex Study, Your Wildlife Questions, Pig Rescue
A UNB researcher tells us about a new study that links constant texting with early teen sex. Biologist Bob Bancroft answers your wildlife questions. Plus, we hear about the rescue of a pig named Pourquoi.
The Cat Came Back, Jim White, Your Thoughts
A Halifax man is raising funds for extensive vet care for his cat, who was found after surviving outside for 10 months and having her paws severely injured. Paint expert Jim White takes your questions. Plus-- the cost of medication.
White-Nose Syndrome, Wind Turbines, Dr. Eric Carnegy
Zoologists are checking New Brunswick's bat caves for survivors of white nose syndrome. Out of three caves checked, they've found only five live bats. A new expert panel says wind turbines are annoying, but have no direct impact on health. Plus,...
Sexual Assault on a Plane, Doctor's Notes, Pharmacare,...
A New Brunswick woman says Air Canada didn't take her complaint about being sexually assaulted during a flight to Toronto seriously enough. Should you have to have a sick note to claim a sick day at work? On the phone-in, would a universal pharmacare...
Duffy Trial, Sick Days, Canadian Content, PEI Election,...
Mike Duffy Senate expense trial begins. Sick days from provincial employees in NS match up with snow days and hockey games. Is protecting Canadian Content still important to you? Plus, an election is called in PEI, and a Nova Scotia teen hopes Don...
Rink Collapse, Chef Craig Flinn, Snow Melt, Your Thoughts
A busy rink in Brooklyn, NS, has collapsed, but the community vow it will rebuild. Chef Craig Flinn has tips and tricks for Easter Dinners. Meteorologist Kalin Mitchell predicts when the snow will finally melt. Plus, your thoughts.
Insurance Clawback Settlement, April Fools', Your Thoughts
Nova Scotia has settled with the family of a woman who was brain damaged in a car accident. The province had been pursuing an insurance clawback in order to pay for Joellan Huntley's medical care. We hear from her mother, Louise Misner. On the...
Airport Delays, Your Flying Fears, Rescue at Sea
We get an update on flight delays due to Halifax Air Canada crash. On the phone-in, a retired airline captain and therapist takes your questions about the fear of flying. Plus, we hear from a US Coast Guard officer who rescued the crew of a NS tall...
Plane Crash Survivor, Crash Investigator, Your Family...
We hear from a passenger on AC flight 624- and from his new wife who was on the ground waiting for the plane. We get an update on the investigation of that crash. On the phone-in, genealogist Terry Punch takes your family ancestry questions.
Coin Collection Theft, Why Do You Love Your Town, Willie...
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...
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.
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