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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 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

We hear the latest on today's reopening of the U.S. border to Canadian tourists. Saint John's "Singing Mechanic" talks about singing O Canada at Thursday's Calgary Flames game. On the phone-in: Dating during the pandemic

11/7/2021
The CBC's Brett Ruskin reports from the Canada/US border in St Stephen, NB. We speak with Woodstock, NB, mayor Art Slipp and St Stephen's deputy mayor Ghislaine Wheaton, about the reopening of the Canada/US border. Saint John's "Singing Mechanic" explains the thrill of singing the national anthem at a Calgary Flames game. On the phone-in: Dating during the pandemic. And we hear from Barb Deviat in Morell, PEI, about her burlap banner with crocheted poppies.

Duration:00:53:08

We hear an update from lawyer, Michel Samson, on Class B fishing licences. The cost of milk is likely on the rise. Your feedback on the shortage of nurses in the region. And on the phone-in: Ask a contractor

11/4/2021
Lawyer, Michel Samson, comments on the need for DFO to allow fishermen with Class B licences to sell or pass them down. We hear two perspectives from PEI on the likely jump in the cost of milk. Your feedback on the shortage of nurses in the region. And on the phone-in: Dan Monk -- Ask a contractor

Duration:00:53:01

Two avid bird watchers in Nova Scotia talk about the rare sighting of a Steller's Sea Eagle in the Windsor area. And on the phone-in: How is the shortage of nurses affecting you and your family?

11/3/2021
Biology professor, Phil Taylor and wildlife photographer, Jason Dain, speak with us about spotting the rare Steller's Sea Eagle in the Windsor area of Nova Scotia. It's an extremely rare sight in the Maritimes. And on the phone-in: How is the shortage of nurses affecting you and your family?

Duration:00:53:04

We speak with one of NBs top labour historians about his impressions of the CUPE strike, Students put poppies on grave stones, and Opiod Crisis Phone in

11/2/2021
We speak with one of NBs top labour historians about his impressions of the CUPE strike, Students put poppies on grave stones, and Opiod Crisis Phone in

Duration:00:52:39

We hear from two parents in NB who are affected by the return to online learning because of the CUPE strike/lockdown. And on the phone-in: Sleep troubles

11/1/2021
Two parents in New Brunswick. Laurie Leblanc in Hampton and Elizabeth Kearns in Fredericton, discuss how the CUPE strike/lockout is affecting their children and their whole families. And on the phone-in, we take your questions on difficulty sleeping.

Duration:00:53:08

Cell phones on the Bell/Aliant network switched to the end of Daylight Saving Time one week early. We hear about the Henderson Family on Campobello Island. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune.

10/31/2021
We speak with Phillippe Mongeon at Dalhousie University to talk about the problem with cell phones on the Bell/Aliant network today. They switched to the end of Daylight Saving Time one week early. The Henderson family on Campobello Island, NB, gets help from neighbours to brighten their Halloween. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune

Duration:00:53:21

The CBC's Hadeel Ibrahim in Saint John brings us an update on the CUPE strike in NB. We hear your feedback on the effects of high inflation. And on the phone-in: What era are you nostalgic for?

10/28/2021
The CBC's Hadeel Ibrahim in Saint John files a live report to re-cap a chaotic morning for parents in New Brunswick as they woke up to the CUPE strike that closed schools and parked school buses. We hear your feedback on high inflation. And on the phone-in: What era are you nostalgic for?

Duration:00:53:00