PEI Abortion Access, Mother Canada Backlash, Josh...06/02/15
PEI has removed some of the barriers for women seeking an abortion. Cape Breton residents rally against a 10-storey war memorial planned for Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Josh Levs, author of "All In", on why more men aren't taking paternity...
Free House, Jim White, Beluga Sighting
Rather than tear his house down, a New Brunswick man gives his house away for free to a family that can use it after he is unable to use the stairs. Paint expert Jim White takes your questions. Plus, an update on the beluga spotted in the Halifax...
Peter MacKay Leaves Politics, Tobacco Lawsuit, Home Reno...
CBC has learned Peter MacKay will leave federal politics after 18 years as an MP. Imperial Tobacco challenges Nova Scotia's menthol ban in court, plus your reaction on New Brunswick's anti-smoking laws. And on the phone-in, Dan Monk and Alan Keating...
NB Smoking Law, Irving Oil Refunds, Dog Behaviour, Your...
The Canadian Cancer Society says New Brunswick's new anti-smoking legislation is one of the toughest in the country. Irving Oil backs down and gives customers it overcharged on home heating oil an apology and a refund. Dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay...
Good Samaritan Cab Driver Fined
Cab driver stops to help 88 year old with a walker get into his cab, and is ticketed for stopping.
Good Samaritan Driver Fined, Knee and Joint Replacements,...
A Halifax cab driver says he was unfairly ticketed for pulling over in a no-stopping zone to help an 88-year-old woman with a walker get into his cab. Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Michael Dunbar takes your questions about knee and hip surgery. Globe and...
Trashed Rental, Missing Glider, Your Pest Questions
We speak with a New Brunswick senior about the mess he found after his evicted tenants left. A researcher describes a missing marine glider. On the phone-in, we take your pest questions.
Cab Driver Gets Arrested, Your Car Questions, Your thoughts
A Halifax cab driver describes how he was arrested after his passenger went on a crime spree. Doug Bethune takes your car repair questions. Plus, your thoughts on work uniforms and happiness.
Dal Dentistry Report, Your Thoughts, Happiness
Dalhousie University releases its report on the infamous dentistry Facebook group, after students took part in a restorative justice program. Your thoughts on if it's fair to sue after a crash landing. On the phone-in, Harvard researcher Shawn Achor...
Plane Crash Survivors, Work Uniforms, Narcotic...
Passengers from Air Canada flight 624 explain why they think the airline and airport should be held to account for a crash landing this winter. On the phone-in: would choosing your own work uniform level the playing field for women? We're joined by a...
Nova Star 90 Minute Tour, Pagan Protest, Chimney Sweep,...
Yarmouth's mayor defends a 90 minute stop in Nova Scotia for Nova Star Groupon customers taking the ferry from Maine. Cape Breton Regional Council is interrupted by pagan protesters who say silent prayer should be dropped. On the phone-in: Master...
Kayak Rescue, Terry Punch, Your Thoughts
A Nova Scotia man's story of survival after his kayak capsizes on the Margaree River. Genealogist Terry Punch helps trace your family tree. Plus, your thoughts on a business who helps pay off its employee's student loans.
Charges in Moncton RCMP Shootings, Your Thoughts, Your...
RCMP charged with labour violations in Moncton shooting that killed three officers. Your feedback on unlicensed rentals. Marjorie Willison answers your gardening questions.
Unusual Job Perk, Unlicensed Rentals, Your Thoughts
A Nova Scotia company offers to hire new graduates-- and help them pay off their student loans as a benefit. On the phone-in: Are unlicensed rentals fair? Plus, your thoughts on dress codes and the stories behind your children's names.
Dress Code Controversy, Baby Names, Cleaning up Canada
A halter dress that exposes bras straps and bare shoulders earns a one day suspension for a Moncton teenager. On the phone-in: the rise and fall of popular baby names. Plus, a BC man is in the Maritimes as part of his cross-country run, picking up...
Stolen Headstone in the Valley
Maritime Noon hears from Debbie Schofield, whose mother's headstone has apparently been stolen.
Missing Headstone, Consent, Your Thoughts, Kevin Vickers
A Nova Scotia family is shaken after they discover their mother's headstone is missing on Mother's Day. Your thoughts on feeding deer, and stiff fines that can go with it. On the phone-in: how do you know when you have sexual consent? Plus, Kevin...
Feeding Deer in Truro, Your Thoughts, Your Will Questions
A Truro woman refuses to pay fine for feeding deer in her backyard. You weigh-in on the meaning of middle class. And lawyer Jessica Lyle takes your will and probate questions.
Truro woman fined for feeding deer tells Maritime Noon she has no regrets.
Serena Perry Inquest, Bed Shortage, Getting Out in Nature
An inquest begins into the death of Serena Perry, a woman who died while in the care of the psychiatric unit at the Saint John Regional Hospital. A Fredericton hospital is cancelling surgeries due to a lack of beds. Plus-- the importance of getting...
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