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A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers

A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers
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Halifax, NS

Networks:

CBC

Description:

A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers

Language:

English

Contact:

Maritime Noon CBC Nova Scotia P.O. Box 3000 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3E9 (902) 420-9336


Episodes

Debating side guards on trucks, Doctor deals with more patients with tick bites, Phone-in on flood planning

5/24/2018
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Making the case for truck side guards as truckers ask for exemptions, Doctor deals with patients worried about Lyme disease, Phone-in on how to plan for future floods, Feedback on installing solar panels

Duration:00:59:39

Ex-soldier describes seeing Agent Orange buried on base, Message in a bottle found after 12 years, Phone-in on whether solar panels should be mandatory on new homes

5/23/2018
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Ex-solder soldier says he witnessed Agent Orange being buried on CFB Gagetown in 1985, Woman who sent a message in a bottle and the family who found it, Phone-in on whether solar panels should be mandatory on new homes.

Duration:00:53:53

Crab fishery closed to protect whales, Campaigning for a national bird, Phone-in on whether marriage is still relevant

5/22/2018
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Crab fishermen told to pull pots in area where right whales are spotted, Phone-in on whether marriage is still relevant, The Grey Jay will be called the Canada Jay as part of a campaign to have named the national bird

Duration:00:53:49

Cyclist Hit, Tommy Wins, Marjorie Willison

5/18/2018
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A Halifax cyclist is hit by a car for the second time in six months. Tommy's Barber Shop in Dartmouth gets to keep its name. Gardening expert Marjorie Willison answers your questions.

Duration:00:53:46

Tommy's Feedback, High Dose Flu Vaccine, Bob Bancroft

5/17/2018
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We hear support for Tommy's Barber Shop in the battle over its name. Seniors in N.S. long-term care homes will get a new high dose flu vaccine. Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft answers your questions.

Duration:00:54:01

Owner of Tommy's Barbershop told to stop using name, NB cottage owners to get some help with flood clean-up, Phone-in on the joy of picnics

5/16/2018
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Owner of Tommy's Barbershop told to stop using name by lawyer for Tommy Guns Barbershops, NB cottage owners to get some help with flood clean-up, Phone-in on the joy of picnics, Feedback on the impact of a controlled forest burn in Hghlands national park.

Duration:00:59:39

Controlled forest fire in CB Highlands National Park, Feedback on 4 wheelers crossing fields, Phone-in with author of "Fit at Mid Life"

5/15/2018
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Controlled forest fire being set to rejuvenate part of Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Feedback on 4 wheelers damaging crops, Phone-in with Tracy Isaacs author of "Fit a Mid-Life"

Duration:00:53:55

PEI student dies after rugby game, ATV drivers damage farmer's crops, Estate planning lawyer Jessica Lyle takes questions

5/14/2018
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School principal talks about PEI student who died after rugby injury, ATV drivers damage Stratford, PEI crops after ignoring No Trespassing signs, Lawyer Jessica Lyle takes questions about wills

Duration:00:53:33

NB man gets big bill from Mexican hospital, Feedback on racist rant caught on video, Paint expert Jim White takes questions

5/11/2018
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NB man gets big bill from Mexican hospital after a cancer diagnosis, Feedback on racist rant caught on video, Paint expert Jim White takes questions

Duration:00:53:48

Reaction to a women's racist rant in Alberta diner, Feedback on aid to owners of flooded cottage sin NB, Phone-in with authors of "Say No to Placenta Pics

5/10/2018
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Halifax social activist Rana Zaman reacts to posting of video of woman's racist rant in Alberta diner, Feedback on giving aid to owners of NB flooded cottages, Phone-in with authors of "Say No to Placenta Pics"

Duration:00:53:35

Test of emergency alert system on cell phones, Feedback on whether owners of flood-damaged NB cottages should get aid, Phone-in with Ann Schofield about Becca's legacy

5/9/2018
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Test of emergency alert system on cell phones, Feedback on giving cottage owners flood relief assistance in NB, Becca Schofield's mother Anne on her legacy and the continuing #BeccaToldMeTo movement

Duration:00:53:40

NB cottage owners seek flood relief help, Feedback on organ donations, Auto expert Doug Bethune takes calls

5/8/2018
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NB cottage owners want disaster assistance for their damaged summer homes, Feedback on organ donations, Auto expert Doug Bethune takes calls

Duration:00:53:41

Home Flooded, Flood Song, Diabetes Code

5/7/2018
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A flooded out family experiences a wave of kindness. The flood inspires one N.B. woman to write a song. And we're joined by Dr Fung, the author of The Diabetes Code.

Duration:00:53:55

Flocase ECMA, Sandbag Filling, Organ Donation

5/4/2018
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Flo Sampson talks about her after hours ECMA party, the Flocase. There's a major sandbagging effort underway in Grand Bay - Westfield, outside Saint John. On the phone in: Organ donation.

Duration:00:53:38

N.B. Flooding, Elizabeth Renzetti

5/3/2018
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Flood waters reach historic levels in New Brunswick. We check in with the mayor of Quispamsis, and a fire platoon chief. Author Elizabeth Renzetti joins us to talk about her new book Shrewed.

Duration:00:53:31

N.B. Flooding Update, Food Waste Feedback, Right to Disconnect

5/2/2018
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The New Brunswick EMO says residents south of Fredericton should be ready to evacuate. Your thoughts on food waste. On the phone in: should workers have the right to disconnect from electronic communications after work?

Duration:00:53:53

Darlings Island Flooding, Falling Donations

5/1/2018
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Residents of Darlings Island, N.B., find creative ways to leave the island amidst flooding. Former Governor General David Johnston tells us why charities need to attract a new generation of givers.

Duration:00:53:41

N.B. Floods, Food Waste

4/30/2018
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A Fredericton family moves its horses away from flood waters. On the phone in: Are you guilty of wasting food?

Duration:00:53:41

Update on NB flooding, Fisheries Minister on closing fishing grounds to protect whales, Phone-in with CRA official on tax time

4/27/2018
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Update on flooding in Fredericton, Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc on closing lobster grounds to protect whales, Feedback on surrogacy debate, Phone-in with CRA expert on tax questions

Duration:00:53:08

In-Flight Safety pulls of out festival because of men only lineup, Feedback on racism, Phone-in on paying surrogate mothers

4/26/2018
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John Mullane of In-flight Safety pulls out of Truro festival because of an all-male lineup, feedback on racism show. Ethicist Francoise Baylis and MP Anthony Housefather debate paying surrogate mothers

Duration:00:53:37

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