MarNoon Thursday October 8th, 201510/08/15
A Fredericton woman wins racial profiling case. A Human Rights Tribunal ruled she was targeted as a shoplifter by Shoppers Drug Mart because she is black. Your thoughts on aging Registered dietician Leslie Beck debunks myths about carbohydrates ahead...
MarNoon Wednesday Oct 7th, 2015
A methadone clinic in Halifax will hand out an antidote that can save the life of someone who is overdosing on opioids Friends and strangers drop off pink pumpkins for a young Saint John mother who's just found out her breast cancer has returned....
MarNoon Tuesday October 6, 2015
Sydney Nova Scotia native Arthur B. McDonald is the co-winner of this year's Nobel Prize in Physics for his work with neutrinos A permanent resident in Nova Scotia finds out she's registered to vote, even though she's not legally eligible to On the...
MarNoon Monday October 5th, 2015
We speak with one of the organizers of the wildly successful Inverness Chase the Ace game after the elusive ace is finally drawn. You share stories of terrific and terrible customer service. Your thoughts on whether IVF should be publicly funded.
MarNoon Friday October 2, 2015
The Captain of the Hoyt Fire Department says it may be months before roads in the area recover from this week's flash flooding "We were sitting in a lake" says Hoyt dairy farmer, after the flood George Iny of the Automobile Protection Association helps
MarNoon Thursday October 1st, 2015
New Brunswick cleans up after torrential rains hit several communities hard, including St. Stephen Should In Vitro Fertilization be publicly funded? We hear opposing views, and take your calls More of your thoughts on traffic-blocking drive-thrus One c
MarNoon Wednesday September 30, 2015
Fredericton police crack down on coffee-seekers blocking traffic as they wait for the Tim Horton's drive-thru Listeners unimpressed with Measurement Canada's idea to abandon the cord for metric Home Alone: How young should children be able to stay home
Firewood Goes Metric, More on ATVs and Walkers, Reviving...
Measurement Canada recommends we do away with buying wood by the cord. We hear from you on whether walkers and ATVs can share a nature trail. On the phone-in: how would you revive your rural community?
Hospital Flood, Supermoon & Eclipse, Favourite Maritime...
A flood at the Victoria General Hospital in Halifax has forced the cancellation of more than 100 surgeries. This weekend, a rare sky.On the phone-in: you share your favourite Maritime expressions.
ATVs on Walking Trails, Your Wildlife Questions, More...
Can walkers, cyclists and ATVs share a nature trail? We hear both sides. Bob Bancroft answers your wildlife questions. Plus, you share more of your favourite Maritime expressions.
Strategic Voting, Ballot Box Questions, Voter Registration...
A group advocates for strategic voting in Conservative swing ridings, including four in the Maritimes. On the Phone-In, tell us the issues that matter most to you in this election. Plus, your stories of confusion over voter registration. And a PEI...
Volkswagen Anger, Voter Registration Problems, Aaron...
Drivers who bought Volkswagens for the promise of low emissions are frustrated, including former politician Ramona Jennex. Rural voters in P.E.I. are having issues registering with Elections Canada online. Plus, appliance repairman Aaron Publicover...
Door-to-Door DNA Testing, Sleeping Pills, Rigged VW Tests
A privacy lawyer raises concerns about RCMP collecting DNA samples door-to-door to nab a burglar on P.E.I. On the phone-in: your questions about sleeping pills. Plus, your thoughts on news that Volkswagen rigged emission tests on diesel models.
Cat Deaths, Your Ancestry Questions, Giant Lobster Roll
We speak with a Fredericton cat rescuer after dozens of pet cats go missing and a number of them are found dead.Terry Punch helps listeners trace their family trees. Plus, we hear about a 23-meter-long lobster roll on PEI. Could it be the world's...
Salary Outrage, Cheques Feedback, Chef Craig Flinn, Leafs...
Frustrations mount over the salary of a former Dalhousie University President, who, two years after retirement, is still the university's highest paid employee. Your thoughts on a world without paper cheques. On the Phone-In: Chef Craig Flinn makes...
Oland Trial, Friend of Suspect Speaks, Cheques, Canada...
The latest from the murder trial of Richard Oland. Friend of suspect in Halifax murder case speaks. On the Phone-In: Should we get rid of paper cheques? Plus, a PEI man protests a Canada Post community mail box near his house by blocking construction...
Allergy Pen Rescue, Minority Governments, Rogue Raccoons,...
A New Brunswick man survives a severe allergic reaction in the wilderness, thanks to a program that places allergy pens in public spaces, including a nearby lodge. We hear his story, and from the nurse practitioner who started the program. On the...
Aggressive Raccoons, Rules of the Road
A Cape Breton man has aggressive raccoons try to enter his house through the front door. A biologist says the animals have become used to easy food. On the Phone-In: Relearn the rules of the road.
The Ace Remains, Jessica Lyle on Wills
The Ace continues to be chased in Inverness. Organizers have postponed the next draw for two weeks as they try to come up with a plan to deal with increased traffic. The jackpot is expected to reach over a million dollars. On the Phone-In: Lawyer...
Chase the Ace, Raccoon Rescue, Marjorie Willison, Your...
A Chase the Ace fundraiser in Cape Breton is expected to being thousands to Inverness this weekend with the hope of winning a million dollars. A raccoon stuck in a tire well is rescued in Richibucto, New Brunswick, and it's all caught on camera. On...
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