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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

We hear an update on the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. A Black hockey player on PEI talks about racism in the sport. On the phone-in: Holiday reading. And a First Nation on PEI supports the potato industry.

12/6/2021
Moira Brown, a senior scientist with the Canadian Whale Institute, brings us an update on Snowcone - a 16 year-old North Atlantic Right Whale - that has given birth to a calf. Josh McKinnon, a Black hockey player on PEI, talks about racism in the sport. On the phone-in: Holiday reading. And Chief Junior Gould talks about why his community is supporting the potato industry.

Duration:00:52:54

We speak with a librarian in Calais, ME about the number of Canadians who need help filling out the online paperwork to get back into Canada. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune.

12/5/2021
Joyce Garland, at the Calais Free Library in Calais, ME, explains why so many Canadians are coming to her library for help to fill out the online paperwork required to get back into Canada. And on the phone-in, car advice from Doug Bethune.

Duration:00:52:52

We hear from a 24 year-old man in Moncton who's a bartender who makes minimum wage. We hear from Hockey PEI about a racist incident. And on the phone-in: Insurance

12/2/2021
We speak with a bartender in Moncton, Benjamin Gough, who earns minimum wage. He comments on the minimum wage going up by $2 in New Brunswick in 2022. The President of Hockey PEI, Al MacIsaac, comments on a recent incident of racism at a tournament on the Island. And on the phone-in, Your questions about insurance.

Duration:00:53:24

The minimum wage in NB is going up in 2022. We speak with Jim Cormier of the Retail Council of Canada. And on the phone-in: Restoring old homes with Miriam Andrews in Dorchester, NB

12/1/2021
We speak with Jim Cormier, the director of government relations in the Atlantic Region for the Retail Council of Canada about the minimum wage in NB going up by $2.00 next year in two increments. And on the phone-in: Restoring old homes with Miriam Andrews of Lady Smith Manor in Dorchester, NB.

Duration:00:53:08

A 16 year-old hockey player from Halifax speaks out about racial slurs hurled against him at a recent tournament in Charlottetown. We hear from a trucker stuck in the ferry line in North Sydney. And on the phone-in: Mary Janet MacDonald

11/30/2021
16 year-old hockey player, Mark Connors and his father Wayne, speak out about racial slurs that were hurled against Mark during a hockey tournament in Charlottetown in November. We hear from a frustrated truck driver stuck in North Sydney waiting for the ferry to Newfoundland. And on the phone-in: Mary Janet MacDonald talks about her cookbook "Tunes and Wooden Spoons"

Duration:00:53:07

We speak with a manager for Parks Canada in Cape Breton to get an update on the repairs needed on the Cabot Trail. We hear your feedback on wildlife and storms. And on the phone-in: Managing your diabetes

11/29/2021
Robie Gourd, the Asset Manager for Parks Canada in Cape Breton, provides an update on the storm damage to the Cabot Trail and outlines the strategy to have roads fixed. A listener tells a story about the behaviour of fish just prior to a big storm. And on the phone-in: Managing your diabetes.

Duration:00:53:14

The CBC's Erin Pottie in Sydney brings us up to date on concerns about heavy rain in the forecast for an already storm-damaged Cape Breton. We hear the details of a cardiac care survey. And on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft

11/28/2021
Reporter, Erin Pottie, explains how officials are preparing in Cape Breton for more heavy rain after last week's storm that caused road wash-outs and flooding. We hear from cardiac patient, Donna Casford in PEI and cardiologist, Dr. Sharon Mulvagh, about a recent survey on cardiac care. And on the phone-in: Wildlife biologist Bob Bancroft.

Duration:00:53:20

We hear an update on the delivery of merchandise on this Black Friday from the head of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association. A couple living on PEI has their house in NB thrashed. And on the phone-in: Jim White.

11/25/2021
Jean Marc Picard, the Executive Director of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association, talks about recent storms and supply management difficulties that are causing problems with goods being delivered. A couple with a house in NB who are currently living on PEI say their house in NB was robbed and vandalized. And on the phone in, Jim White answers your painting and staining questions.

Duration:00:52:58

We get an update on the storm aftermath situation in Cape Breton and an update on the health centre in Neils Harbour. We hear your feedback on decluttering. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps

11/24/2021
We speak with Jamie Chisholm with NS Public Works and Larry Dauphinee, the deputy warden for Victoria County. They provide an update on the storm situation in Cape Breton. And Brett MacDougall the Executive Director of Operations for the Eastern Zone with Nova Scotia Health provides an update on the health centre in Neils Harbour. We hear your feedback on decluttering. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps.

Duration:00:52:49

The CBC's Tom Ayers bring us up to date on the storm damage in Cape Breton. And Paul Palmeter reports live from Antigonish. We hear your feedback on women and drinking. And on the phone-in: Decluttering

11/23/2021
Tom Ayers with CBC in Cape Breton talks about the state of emergency in Victoria County and describes the breadth.of the storm damage so far. The CBC's Paul Palmeter brings us up to date on what has happened in Antigonish. We hear your feedback on the issue of women and drinking. And on the phone-in: Colette Robicheau discusses the benefits of decluttering.

Duration:00:54:08

We speak with a PEI potato farmer about the impact of the CFIA decision to suspend PEI potato exports to the US. The Sentier Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail in Northern NB is recognized by National Geographic. And on the phone-in: Drinking

11/22/2021
PEI potato farmer Ray Keenan, in Rollo Bay, PEI, describes the negative impacts of the CFIA decision to suspend potato exports to the US because of potato wart. Jason Grant explains the charms of the Sentier Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail after it has been recognized by National Geographic. And on the phone-in: Women and drinking.

Duration:00:52:48

The Moncton Mystics become the latest women's basketball team to join the Maritime Women's Basketball Association. We hear your feedback on the floods in BC. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair with Aaron Publicover

11/21/2021
We hear from Shannon Parlee, the owner and director of the Moncton Mystics, which is the latest team to join the Maritime Women's Basketball Association. The league will launch in the spring. We share your feedback on the floods in BC. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair with Aaron Publicover

Duration:00:52:51

The CBC's Alexandre Silberman brings us a story about a graveyard memorial statue in NB that has been mysteriously restored. We hear your feedback on breast screening. And on the phone-in: Floods in BC

11/18/2021
A memorial graveyard statue in memory of a girl in NB was vandalized two decades ago. And now, the CBC's Alexandre Silberman reports that its missing head has mysteriously reappeared. We hear your feedback on breast screening. And on the phone-in: Maritimers share their thoughts on the state of emergency in BC.

Duration:00:52:54

We talk with the representative at the Glace Bay food bank about recent food arrivals and with a New Brunswick woman who is pushing for screening to start at age 40 in her province

11/17/2021
Everything you need to know about breast screening. We'll talk with a New Brunswick woman who is pushing for screening to start at age 40 in her province and A huge shipment of food arrived from PEI yesterday at the Glace Bay Food Bank. It was the second year for this gift. We'll have the story

Duration:00:52:56

We connect with a man in Nova Scotia and his mother in British Columbia to hear the latest on the flooding situation in BC. Your feedback on energy efficiency. And on the phone-in: anti-Black racism in health care

11/16/2021
Pat LePoidevin in Windsor, NS and his mother, Sue Delatour-LePoidevin, in Princeton, BC, discuss the emergency situation caused by flooding in British Columbia. We hear your feedback on achieving net zero in your home. And on the phone-in: How can we tackle anti-Black racism in the health care system?

Duration:00:53:22

We speak with lawyer Barry Mason about legal action that's been taken against E.A. Farren Ltd over a land deal for the former Upper Clements Park. We hear a debrief with the CBC's Kate McKenna. And on the phone-in: Energy efficiency

11/15/2021
Lawyer Barry Mason explains the legal parameters of a court case against E.A. Farren of Saint John over a land deal for the former Upper Clements Park in NS. The CBC's Kate McKenna updates us on reports of alleged drink spiking and sexual assaults on PEI. And on the phone-in: Energy efficiency.

Duration:00:53:05

We speak with two parents in New Brunswick about the end of the CUPE strike. And on the phone-in: Dr Eric Carnegy fills in for Dr Jeff Goodall to take your pet questions.

11/14/2021
We speak with Laurie Leblanc in Hampton, NB and Will Njoku in Moncton about the end of the CUPE strike and kids going back to school today. And on the phone-in: Dr. Eric Carnegy fills in for Dr. Jeff Goodall to answer your pet-care questions.

Duration:00:53:08

We speak with Adam Deutsch, whose father, Major Michael Deutsch, has his military medals stolen from his hotel room in Halifax on Remembrance Day. We hear your feedback on forestry. And on the phone-in: Denika Coakley

11/11/2021
Adam Deutsch tells the story of how his father, Major Michael Deutsch, travelled to Halifax with the intention of attending Remembrance Day ceremonies but he had his military medals stolen from his hotel room. We hear your feedback on forestry practices. And on the phone-in: DIY carpenter, Denika Coakley

Duration:00:52:57

HRM city councillors, Waye Mason & Sam Austin, speak about the delay for modular shelters and then we talk with Campbell McClintock of Halifax Mutual Aid. Your feedback on restaurants. Phone-in: Forestry

11/9/2021
HRM councillors Waye Mason and Sam Austin speak about the delay in the delivery of modular shelter units for the homeless. And then we hear from Campbell McClintock from Halifax Mutual Aid. Your feedback on restaurants. And on the phone-in: Forestry practices in the Maritimes.

Duration:00:53:18

We hear from the Nursing Homes of NS Association about a Covid outbreak at a long-term care home in Pugwash, the Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum wants your stories about Magnetic Hill, and on the phone-in: Restaurants

11/8/2021
Michele Lowe, the director of the Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association talks about the impact of a COVID outbreak at the East Cumberland Lodge long-term care home in Pugwash. The Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum wants to hear old-time stories about Magnetic Hill. And on the phone-in: The future of restaurants.

Duration:00:52:58