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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

Susanna Fuller of Oceans North discusses the future of the water flow on the Avon River in NS and on the phone-in: Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard talks about Emancipation Day

7/29/2021
Susanna Fuller who's the VP of Operations & Projects with the conservation group, Oceans North, talks about the importance of waterflow being restored on the Avon River. And on the phone-in: Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard speaks about Emancipation Day which will be observed in Canada on August 1st.

Duration:00:53:11

Tony Walker from Dalhousie University explains the impact of ghost fishing gear in Southwest NS, we hear your feedback on barriers to sport and on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps

7/28/2021
Tony Walker from the School for Resource & Environmental Studies at Dalhousie University talks about a new study he has co-authored about the disturbing effects of ghost fishing gear in Southwest NS, we hear your talkback calls on the barriers to sport and on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps

Duration:00:53:11

The mayor of West Hants Regional Municipality speaks about the water flow on the Avon River which could affect Ski Martock. Gymnast, Ellie Black, explains why she is withdrawing from the all-around competition in Tokyo and on the phone-in: Jim White

7/27/2021
Abraham Zebian, the mayor of West Hants Regional Municipality, explains why the water flow on the Avon River could affect Ski Martock's ability to remain in business. We hear from Halifax gymnast, Ellie Black, about the injury that's forced her to withdraw from the all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympics. And on the phone-in: Jim White on painting & staining

Duration:00:53:00

New Brunswick goes green this Friday. What that means for travel and public health restrictions. And on the phone in barriers to sport

7/26/2021
New Brunswick has announced it will lift all Covid-19 restrictions this Friday. That means that all travel and public health restrictions will be lifted and masks will not be required. And on the phone in, leading up to the Olympic games, there have been numerous controversies involving athletes. But most have little to do with their actual sport. We're talking about barriers to sport.

Duration:00:53:17

Olympics, Family Recipes, Gardening with Marjorie Willison

7/22/2021
The Tokyo Olympics kicked off today with the opening ceremony. We speak with Ken Bagnel, CEO of Canadian Sports Centre Atlantic. We hear more of your stories about family recipes. On the phone-in: gardening with Marjorie Willison.

Duration:00:53:10

Boudoir Photos Politics, Dog Behaviour Expert Sylvia Jay

7/21/2021
Former Dartmouth South candidate says Liberals dropped her over 'boudoir' photos. We speak with Meredith Ralston, professor of women's studies at Mount Saint Vincent University. On the phone-in: dog behaviour expert Syliva Jay.

Duration:00:53:12

Adria Gloade Missing, Family Historian Lesley Anderson

7/20/2021
We speak with the sister of a missing woman from Millbrook First Nation, N.S. On the phone-in: Family recipes with family historian and genealogist Lesley Anderson

Duration:00:53:06

US Flights, Pandemic Voting

7/19/2021
Fully vaccinated Americans can come to Canada on August 9. We speak with Leah Batstone, spokesperson for the Halifax International Airport Authority. On the phone-in: voting during a pandemic. We're joined by Naomi Shelton from Elections Nova Scotia and Paul Harpelle from Elections New Brunswick.

Duration:00:53:29

COVID HMCS Halifax, Masks Off

7/18/2021
A positive COVID case on the HMCS Halifax delays family members from seeing their loved ones. On the phone in: Life without masks. Happy to eventually see them go? Or not quite ready?

Duration:00:53:17

NS Firefighters, Earwigs, Automotive Expert Doug Bethune

7/15/2021
Nova Scotia firefighters leave to fight wildfires in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia. Earwigs flourish on Prince Edward Island this year. On the phone-in: Automotive expert Doug Bethune answers your questions.

Duration:00:53:08

LGBTQ+ Pardons, NB Garbage Cleanup, DIY with Denika Coakley

7/14/2021
A new project on Prince Edward Island wants to help secure pardons for people convicted of homosexuality before the law changed in 1969. A man from New Brunswick is making it his mission to clean up garbage around the province. On the phone-in: Carpenter Denika Coakley answers your desk and DIY questions.

Duration:00:53:09

Halifax Housing, Appliance Repair

7/13/2021
New federal funding will create 43 affordable homes in Halifax. On the phone-in: Aaron Publicover answers your appliance repair questions.

Duration:00:53:23

Shelter Evictions. Climate Change and Heat

7/12/2021
A group of ten community organizations and members wants the city to abandon its eviction plan for temporary shelters. We speak with Mark Culligan, a community legal worker for Dalhousie Legal Aid Service. On the phone in: how can we better prepare for future heat waves and protect the most vulnerable? We speak with Joanna Eyquem, managing director of Climate Resilient Infrastructure at the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo.

Duration:00:53:17

College Graduate at 16, Gardening Tips, George Iny

7/11/2021
We hear from a 16-year-old who just graduated from the University of Toronto. Vivian Xie started out at the University of Prince Edward Island when she was 12. After our gardening show on Friday, more tips came in from listeners. On the phone-in: The Automobile Protection Association's George Iny shares advice on new and used cars.

Duration:00:53:21

We hear about a young man in Halifax who was found locked in the cab of a construction cab early Friday morning. And on the phone-in: Marjorie Willison

7/8/2021
Brad Connors, District Chief with Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency, tells us about an impaired man in his 20s who climbed a construction crane overnight. And on the phone-in: Gardening with Marjorie Willison

Duration:00:53:05

The co-owner of a pizza & donair shop in Membertou First Nation explains why he won't accept $10 dollar bills that feature Sir John A. MacDonald anymore. And on the phone-in: Restoring old homes

7/7/2021
John MacDonald (no relation!) explains why his business in Membertou First Nation will no longer accept $10 dollar bills that feature Canada's first prime minister Sir John A. MacDonald. Paul MacDonald says there are better people to put on money. And on the phone-in: Tips on restoring old homes.

Duration:00:52:56

Petty Officer 2nd Class John Reid McDougall tells us about his garden aboard HMCS Halifax. We hear from an Indigenous teenager in NB who hopes to become a chef. On the phone-in: Privacy. And we hear about energy efficiency tips from PEI

7/6/2021
You don't often think of a warship as a place for a garden but Petty Officer 2nd Class John Reid McDougall is growing plants aboard HMCS Halifax, now deployed off Norway. And he also has a swing! We hear from an Indigenous teenager in NB who aspires to become a chef. On the phone-in: Privacy with lawyer, David Fraser. And energy efficiency tips from PEI

Duration:00:53:06

We speak with two Olympic athletes from the Maritimes heading to Tokyo. Your feedback on affordable housing and on the phone-in: Bee keeping

7/5/2021
Shot putter Sarah Mitton from Brooklyn, NS and Paralympic sailor now coach, Paul Tingley, talk about their upcoming trip to the Tokyo Olympics, logistics and all. We hear your feedback on affordable housing for people on disability benefits and on the phone-in: Bee keeping.

Duration:00:53:12

A woman in Moncton, NB, tells her story of finally getting an apartment after being homeless, an 18 year-old woman on PEI gets a scholarship to Holland College after being a youth in provincial care. And on the phone-in: Jam, jelly, pickling & preserves

7/4/2021
60 year-old Karen Brooker in Moncton, NB, proudly gives a tour of her apartment after a long period of being homeless. We hear from 18 year-old Nicole Sock who has won a scholarship to Holland College after being a youth in provincial care. And on the phone-in: authors Ellie Topp & Philip Moscovitch on jam-making, jelly, preserves and pickling.

Duration:00:53:01

A family from Ottawa makes the trip to NS on the day the border opens to people outside the Atlantic region. The mayor of Souis, PEI tells us about a tree give-away on Canada Day and on the phone-in: Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft

6/29/2021
Greg MacIsaac from Ottawa makes the trip to NS with his family on the day the province opens to people outside the Atlantic region. The mayor of Souis, PEI, Jo-Ann Dunphy, tells us about memorial saplings that'll be given out on Canada Day and on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft

Duration:00:52:57