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Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Location:

Halifax, NS

Description:

Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Language:

English

Contact:

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


Episodes

Dr. Paul Murphy in Sydney, NS, will soon retire after 5 decades as a family doctor and he's already found his replacement. Communauto in Halifax is getting tons of bookings. We hear your feedback on meat pies on PEI. And on they phone-in: Birding

8/15/2022
Dr. Paul Murphy in Sydney, NS, has worked as a family physician for 5 decades and he hopes to retire soon. His replacement will be Dr. Christine MacLean, who was a former patient. Communauto in Halifax can't keep up with the demand. We hear your feedback on meat pies on PEI. And on the phone-in: Birding with Diane Leblanc from the NS Bird Society.

Duration:00:53:24

We hear about the details of Operation Nanook in the Canadian Arctic. Military personnel in the Maritimes are taking part. PEI will soon host a meat pie championship. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune.

8/14/2022
Captain Navy Sheldon Gillis, commander of the Maritime Task Group for Operation Nanook & Nicole Robichaud, commander of HMCS Margaret Brooke, speak with Brett Ruskin about the military operation in the Canadian Arctic. PEI will soon host a meat pie championship. And on the phone-in: Automotive repair expert, Doug Bethune.

Duration:00:53:21

We connect with two men -- David Boudreau in NB and Cory Sandstra in AB. Cory saved David's life by donating bone marrow. And on the phone-in: How can we better help newcomers settle in?

8/11/2022
David Boudreau in Bouctouche, NS and Cory Sandstra in Edmonton, AB, have a conversation about Cory's bone marrow transplant that saved David's life. The two men recently met in-person. And on the phone-in: How can we better help newcomers settle into their new lives in the Maritimes?

Duration:00:53:19

After lots of delays, the Family Service Association of Western NS is ready to break ground on an affordable housing project in Bridgewater. We hear an update on housing problems in Charlottetown, PEI. And on the phone-in: Geology

8/10/2022
Art Fisher, the board agent of the Family Service Association of Western NS, is excited now that a project his group has been working on for a long time is finally coming together. They're creating affordable housing in Bridgewater. On PEI, we hear about housing struggles. And on the phone-in: Your questions on geology.

Duration:00:53:23

The Better Business Bureau shares tips on how to avoid a new scam involving your cell phone. We hear about a new Indigenous program at UPEI. And on the phone-in: Lawyer Jessica Lyle provides advice on writing a will.

8/9/2022
Kristin Matthews with the Better Business Bureau tells us about a new scam that involves your cell phone. She explains how it happens and how you can avoid it. UPEI is getting ready to launch its new Faculty of Indigenous Knowledge, Education, Research and Applied Studies. And on the phone-in: Lawyer Jessica Lyle on wills.

Duration:00:53:02

Lucille Harper with Syrian-Antigonish Families Embrace talks about the need to find housing for a refugee family arriving in NS next month. Tyra Paul tells us about her clothing line. And on the phone-in: Emily Rae provides financial advice.

8/8/2022
A Syrian family of 6 will arrive in Antigonish, NS, next month and it'll be a challenge to find them housing. Lucille Harper who's the co-founder of SAFE: Syrian-Antigonish Families Embrace shares the details. We hear from Tyra Paul who has just started her own clothing line. And on the phone-in: Emily Rae dishes financial advice on budgeting.

Duration:00:53:29

Recently, a 12 year-old baseball player in NS named Satchel Tate had a stroke. We get an update on his condition. Some teenagers on PEI talk about their art. And on the phone-in, Jim White gives painting & staining tips.

8/7/2022
12 year-old baseball player, Satchel Tate, recently had a stroke while playing in Bridgewater. We hear an update on his condition from Holly LaPierre of Hammonds Plains Minor Baseball. Some teenagers in Charlottetown talk about their art. And on the phone-in: Painting & staining with Jim White.

Duration:00:53:06

Anna Bald of Petite Riviere, NS, tells us about rescuing a Blue Shark at Cherry Hill Beach. We hear your feedback on old roads. And on the phone-in: Gardening advice from Niki Jabbour

8/4/2022
Anna Bald of Petite Riviere, NS, was walking on Cherry Hill Beach with her puppy when she saw a Blue Shark flopping in the shallows. She helped save it. We hear your feedback on old road in the Maritimes. And on the phone-in: Gardening tips from Niki Jabbour

Duration:00:53:27

Aman Hambleton, who's originally from Halifax, discusses the thrill of winning the Pawn Wise Chess Festival. We hear what's been done following a cyber-attack at the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown. And on the phone-in: Abandoned roads.

8/3/2022
Aman Hambleton recently won the Pawn Wise Chess Festival in Halifax. He explains the thrill of winning the competition and what skills are needed to be a chess grand master. We hear what's been done at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown following a cyber-attack earlier this year. And on the phone-in, we speak with Steve Skafte about abandoned roads

Duration:00:53:22

The CBC's Brett Ruskin gets the inside scoop on what's causing screened but untreated sewage to flow into Halifax Harbour. The Scotiabank on Grand Manan, NB is about to close. And on the phone-in: Summer reading

8/2/2022
The CBC's Brett Ruskin takes a tour of Halifax Water's pumping station, located deep underground on Barrington St. Recent problems mean screened but untreated sewage is going into the harbour. The CBC's Julia Wright talks with people on Grand Manan about the bank that's closing. And on the phone-in: Summer reading.

Duration:00:53:59

A new Grief Café opens in Saint John, NB. We get the details from Katarina Presti. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair technician, Aaron Publicover

8/1/2022
We're living in difficult times and that's what's prompted the opening of the region's first Grief Café in Saint John, NB. We speak with Katarina Presti, who's a certified counselling therapist. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair technician, Aaron Publicover.

Duration:00:53:16

Para athlete Ben Brown who will compete at the Paracanoe World Championships on Lake Banook, NS. In Chester, NS, Jordan Boyd's family hosts the final golf tournament in his memory. And on the phone-in: recognizing great Black Atlantic Canadians.

7/28/2022
The Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships are happening August 3rd to 7th on Nova Scotia's Lake Banook. Ben Brown will be competing in the Paracanoe World Championships, just a year after taking up the sport. In Chester, NS Jordan Boyd's family has raised a million dollars in his memory for inherited heart disease research, partly through an annual golf tournament. We hear why this year is the last edition. And on the phone-in: recognizing great Black Atlantic Canadians

Duration:00:53:22

The Canadian Wildlife Federation has a new fishing gear lending program. Outside of Fredericton, NB, there's a natural spring that is now part of a geocache tour of forgotten sites of Black History. And on the phone-in: dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay.

7/27/2022
The Canadian Wildlife Federation has launched a new gear lending program. It's to help the East Coast fishing industry access ropeless fishing gear. Salome's Tub is a natural spring outside of Fredericton, NB. It's now part of a geocache tour of forgotten sites of Black History around the city. And on the phone-in: dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay takes your questions.

Duration:00:48:14

A couple from Ecum Secum, Nova Scotia decided to make it official after getting heartbreaking news earlier this summer. In New Brunswick, free events are trying to get more people in Para-sports. And on the phone-in: your Lego memories.

7/26/2022
When Billy Burgoyne and Nikita Maher of Ecum Secum, NS found out that Billy had only a short time to live, the longtime couple chose to make it official. We hear their story. In New Brunswick, Para-sport NB is touring the province to get more people into the sports. And on the phone-in: your Lego memories

Duration:00:53:28

We hear from a day school survivor who will be attending the Pope's mass in Quebec City about what his apology means to hear. And on the phone-in: air passenger rights advocate Gabor Lukacs.

7/25/2022
Abegweit First Nation's Judy Clark will be attending the Pope's mass in Quebec City this week. She reflects on what the mass and the Pope's apology means to her. And on the phone-in: you share your stories of air travel this summer with air passenger rights advocate Gabor Lukacs.

Duration:00:53:16

We hear from a passenger who was on board the MV Holiday Island on Friday when the ferry caught fire. And on the phone-in: wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft.

7/24/2022
Karen Armstrong and her husband were on board the MV Holiday Island when the ferry caught fire on Friday. They are back in Nova Scotia and waiting for their car to be returned. Northumberland Ferries vice-president Don Cormier says all cars have been off-loaded from the ferry and will be returned shortly. And on the phone-in: wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft answers your animal questions.

Duration:00:53:10

Warren Maddox, executive director of the Fredericton Homeless Shelters talks about helping those without shelter keep cool, ER closure feedback and on the phone in: our gardening expert Niki Jabbour for tips on helping your garden and yard thrive

7/21/2022
Warren Maddox, executive director of the Fredericton Homeless Shelters talks about helping those without shelter keep cool, ER closure feedback and on the phone in: our gardening expert Niki Jabbour for tips on helping your garden and yard thrive

Duration:00:52:50

We hear from a 10-year-old chess whiz. You dish out your thoughts on your favourite ice cream. And on the phone-in: you share your thoughts on emergency room closures and wait times.

7/20/2022
10-year-old Calix Marchand can beat his mom at chess while blindfolded. He is the under-10 boys Canadian Youth Chess Champion. We hear how Calix got into the game. You dish out your thoughts on your favourite ice cream. And on the phone-in: you share your thoughts on emergency room closures and wait times.

Duration:00:53:26

National Drowning Prevention Week, Your feedback on clotheslines and on the phone in: share your ice cream memories

7/19/2022
National Drowning Prevention Week, Your feedback on clotheslines and on the phone in: share your ice cream memories

Duration:00:53:07

We hear from a Nova Scotia man who had to fly to Montreal for a monkeypox vaccine, and on the phone-in: clotheslines, and why we love them

7/18/2022
David Gosine flew to Montreal for a monkeypox vaccine, a disease that isn't even found in Nova Scotia, but that the province doesn't provide any vaccines for. And author Cindy Etter-Turnbull tells us how to perfect your clothesline.

Duration:00:53:14