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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

A group in southwest NS gets a Hail Mary in the effort to save Eglise Sainte-Marie in Church Point. Chief Darlene Bernard on PEI, talks about what will be happening on National Truth and Reconciliation Day. And on the phone-in: Rural renaissance

9/27/2021
We talk with Pierre Comeau who says his community group has an extension in the effort to save Eglise Sainte-Marie -- North America's largest wooden church. Chief Darlene Bernard of Lennox Island First Nation on PEI discusses National Truth and Reconciliation Day. And on the phone-in: Rural renaissance.

Duration:00:54:02

A resident on the south end of Halifax shares what he saw over the weekend during a massive street party. We hear concerns about New Brunswick's Covid planning. And on the phone-in: Silvia Jay

9/26/2021
Chris Majka who lives in the south end of Halifax describes the chaos over the weekend when a massive street party erupted in his neighbourhood. We hear concerns about service interruptions at Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph hospital in Saint Quentin, NB. And on the phone-in: Silvia Jay shares tips on dog behaviours.

Duration:00:53:37

We hear about a rare sighting of a lone orca in the Bay of Fundy this week off Brier Island. Some listeners share their thoughts on election signs and bullying. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker

9/23/2021
Amy Tudor with Mariner Cruises Whale and Seabird Tours on Brier Island, NS, tells us about her 8-year quest to see a lone male orca known as "Old Thom". She finally saw him this week. We hear your feedback on election signs and bullying in the workplace. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker talks about heat pumps.

Duration:00:53:05

The mayor of Yarmouth, NS, explains why she's opposed to election signs. We hear about a home made of shipping containers on PEI. And on the phone-in: Bullying in the workplace

9/22/2021
Pam Mood, the mayor of Yarmouth, NS, says election signs are bad for the environment and don't work so they simply should not ever be used. A couple on PEI talk about the house they're building out of shipping containers. And on the phone-in: Bullying in the workplace

Duration:00:52:54

We hear the details about today's new rules in NB that require customers at businesses to wear masks indoors and provide proof of vaccination. And on the phone-in: Apples

9/21/2021
Todd VanIderstine from the Old Triangle Irish Ale House in Moncton and Luc Erjavec from Restaurants Canada in the Atlantic region speak about the new rules that come into effect today in NB on masks in indoor places and proof of vaccination. And on the phone-in: Sebastian Margarit talks about apples

Duration:00:53:08

The CBC's Jacques Poitras updates us on the tight election race in Fredericton, NB. And on the phone-in: What do the election results mean to you?

9/20/2021
The CBC's Jacques Poitras explains the tight race in Fredericton between Liberal Jenica Atwin and Conservative Andrea Johnson. And on the phone-in: How do you interpret the results of the federal election? Our guests are political scientists, Lori Turnbull and Jamie Gillies.

Duration:00:53:20

The Friends of McNabs Island Society recovered more garbage than ever during the 30th trash clean-up over the weekend. We hear about Charlottetown's new natural asset inventory. And on the phone-in: Dr Jeff Goodall

9/19/2021
Cathy McCarthy from Friends of McNabs Island Society reports that more garbage than ever was collected over the weekend during the group's 30th trash clean-up. We hear the details about Charlottetown's new online natural asset inventory. And on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr Jeff Goodall.

Duration:00:53:49

The CBC's Khalil Akhtar reports on the new bridge that connects Moncton and Riverview. We hear about new rules on skateboarding in Sackville, NB. And on the phone-in: Jim White

9/16/2021
After decades of controversy surrounding the causeway that connected Moncton and Riverview, NB, the CBC's Khalil Akhtar reports on the opening of a new bridge that restores the flow of the Petitcodiac River. We hear about new rules that will allow skateboarding on the streets of Sackville, NB. And on the phone-in: Painting and staining tips from Jim White

Duration:00:53:18

We hear the latest on a dead Blue Whale that washed up at Crystal Crescent Beach. A Punjabi movie is popular in Charlottetown. And on the phone-in: Wills and estate planning

9/16/2021
We speak with Andrew Reid from the Marine Animal Response Society about a dead Blue Whale that washed up at Crystal Crescent Beach. A Punjabi movie in Charlottetown is popular. We hear from two young men who attended. And on the phone-in: Wills and estate planning

Duration:00:53:24

We hear from a street navigator in Halifax about the eviction of homeless people from a motel in Dartmouth. The president of the NS Nurses Union talks about an event tomorrow called "Done Asking". And on the phone-in: How inclusive is your community?

9/15/2021
Eric Jonsson, a street navigator in Halifax, speaks about this week's eviction of some homeless people from a motel in Dartmouth. He also talks about the overall challenge of finding housing solutions for his clients. Janet Hazelton, president of the NS Nurses Union, talks about an event tomorrow called "Done Asking". And on the phone-in: How inclusive is your community?

Duration:00:53:04

Final report in NB following this past winter's death by suicide of teenager, Lexi Daken, update on the legionnaires disease situation in Moncton, feedback on ADHD, and on the phone-in: Election extremism

9/14/2021
NB's child and youth advocate releases his final report following the death last winter by suicide of teenager, Lexi Daken. Norm Bosse recommends a new minister of children and youth. We hear an update from Moncton on legionnaires disease. We hear your feedback on ADHD. And on the phone-in: Election extremism

Duration:00:53:06

We speak with Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin about a recent fire that claimed the lives of a family of six. And on the phone-in: Living with ADHD

9/13/2021
Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith speaks about a recent fire that claimed the lives of a family of six. She explains how the community is dealing with the tragedy. And on the phone-in: We hear tips on living with ADHD.

Duration:00:52:55

We hear the latest on Covid school closures and mask rules for students with Dr Andrew Lynk at the IWK. A sailboat in Halifax is stolen and sailed into Hurricane Larry. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune

9/12/2021
Dr Andrew Lynk with the IWK Health Centre comments on Covid school closures and his recommendations on mask rules for students. Graham Collins who owned a 35-foot sailboat in Halifax finds out it was stolen and sailed into Hurricane Larry -- and likely lost at sea. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune

Duration:00:53:11

Man from Dominion, Cape Breton, talks about the impact of a deadly car crash in Quebec on his family. Feedback on miscarriage. There's a shortage of orange T-shirts. And on the phone-in: 9/11

9/8/2021
David Fletcher from Dominion, Cape Breton, speaks at a courthouse in Quebec City about a crash that killed four of his family members and another driver has been charged with impaired driving. We hear your feedback on miscarriages. Yvette McKenna from the Mi'kmaq Printing and Design on PEI talks about a shortage of orange T-shirts. And on the phone-in: 20 years since 9/11

Duration:00:52:58

We speak with the CBC's Paul Palmeter in Amherst, NS about an apartment building that was destroyed by fire. We also speak about the lack of housing in the area. A hike in NB closes. And on the phone-in: Miscarriages

9/7/2021
The CBC's Paul Palmeter provides an update on a fire that destroyed an apartment building in Amherst, NS. We also hear from Dawn Ferris who's executive director of the Cumberland County Transition House Association. She speaks about the lack of housing. We get an update on a hike in NB that closed after an accident. On the phone-in: Miscarriages. At the end of the program, we hear and update on the new bridge between Moncton and Riverview and a the Legacy Garden in Charlottetown, PEI.

Duration:00:53:00

Update from the Truro police about a disturbing murder over the weekend. We hear from a man in the Fredericton area who has found otters on his boat. And on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft

9/6/2021
Truro police chief David MacNeil provides the latest on the killing of 23 year-old Prabhot Singh in Truro over the weekend. Dwayne Craig who has a pontoon boat on the Saint John River has seen a family of otters stowaway on his boat. And on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft on wildlife sightings.

Duration:00:53:18

We speak with three representatives of groups that help families get ready for back to school. And on the phone-in: Marjorie Willison

9/2/2021
We speak with Tracy Arnand in Moncton, Karen Theriault in Halifax and Mike MacDonald in Charlottetown, about th3e work their groups do to help families with back to school needs. And on the phone-in, gardening tips with Marjorie Willison

Duration:00:53:17

We speak with a single mom in Saint John, NB, whose rent is going up by almost double. We hear your feedback on collectibles. And on the phone-in: Trends in labour

9/1/2021
Rebecca Train, a single mom in Saint John, NB, gets notice from her landlord that her rent is doubling on Dec 1st. Also, he wants to evict her. We hear your feedback on collectibles. And on the phone-in: Labour trends in the workplace

Duration:00:52:51

NB press conference update on Vaccine passports And we'll take your questions about how to forage for food

8/31/2021
NB press conference update on Vaccine passports And we'll take your questions about how to forage for food

Duration:00:53:11

We hear about a mysterious stench coming from two rivers in Oxford, NS. A school in Rothesay, NB, has a new geothermal greenhouse. And on the phone-in: Collectibles

8/30/2021
Greg Henley, the mayor of the Town of Oxford, NS, tells us about a worrisome stench coming from Black River and River Philip. We hear about a new geothermal greenhouse at a school in Rothesay, NB. And on the phone-in: The joys of collectibles.

Duration:00:53:09