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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

For two hours, we hear updates from our listeners as they continue to clean up after storm Fiona. We also check in with our reporters and get updates on emergency calls, power outages and insurance claims.

9/26/2022
Listeners in the Maritimes share their stories about how they're continuing to clean up after storm Fiona. We also hear updates from several CBC reporters spread out around the region. An insurance expert also updates listeners on making claims.

Duration:01:52:46

On a special two-hour edition of Maritime Noon, we hear updates from reporters and emergency officials following storm Fiona. And we take your calls on how people are coping with the clean-up.

9/25/2022
Maritime Noon takes over the airwaves for two hours from 11am to 1pm. We hear updates from listeners about how they're coping with the clean-up following storm Fiona. We also hear from reporters and emergency officials as well as the prime minister at the end of the program.

Duration:01:54:18

Tina Simpkin joins Mar Noon to talk storm preparedness

9/22/2022
Tina Simpkin joins Mar Noon to talk storm preparedness

Duration:00:54:38

We speak with Connor Kelly, with the Cooper Institute and PEI Fight for Affordable Housing.about rent increases in 2023 that have been approved. The lawyer for Lisa Banfield presents to the MCC in Truro. And on the phone-in: EVs

9/21/2022
Connor Kelly with the Cooper Institute and PEI Fight for Affordable Housing expresses his concerns about a recent decision by the Island Regulatory & Appeals Commission.to approve rental increases in 2023. The lawyer for Lisa Banfield makes her final submission to the Mass Casualty Commission in Truro. And on the phone-in: Nathaniel Pearre on EVs

CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin provides the latest details on Hurricane Fiona which will impact the Maritimes this weekend. We hear testimony from the MCC in Truro, NS. And on the phone-in: Living in a tiny home

9/20/2022
CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin provides the latest information about the track of Hurricane Fiona and how it's expected to affect the Maritimes this weekend. Lawyer, Jane Lenehan, the lawyer for Gina Goulet, testifies at the MCC in Truro. And on the phone-in: Living in a tiny home

Duration:00:54:19

We hear testimony from lawyer Sandra McCulloch, during the final week of the Mass Casualty Commission in Truro, NS. A woman in Sydney, NS, tells the story of her 5 lost rings. And on the phone-in: Bob Osborne on apples

9/19/2022
Lawyer Sandra McCulloch gives testimony to the Mass Casualty Commission, now in its final week in Truro, NS. Alexandra Stokal in Sydney, NS, tells us about losing 5 precious rings. Chris Ward, who collects garbage, found them! And on the phone-in: Bob Osborne on apples.

On the day of the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, we have a conversation about the future of the British monarchy. We also hear about a restaurant in Mount Stewart, PEI, that has had to close.

9/18/2022
David Johnson and Stephen Augustine, both from Cape Breton University, discuss the future of the British monarchy David is with the Faculty of L'nu -- Political and Social Studies at CBU. Stephen is the Executive Director of the Donald Marshall Junior Institute and is also a Hereditary Chief of the Mi kmaq Grand Council. And on PEI, a popular restaurant closes.

Nova Scotia talent on the runway at New York Fashion week

9/15/2022
Designer Mendez Munden runs KeiKaiKoa.com and was asked to show her work at New York Fashion Week last weekend. She worked with Soli Management, which sent a team to New York that included models. Melanie and Moashella Shortte of Soli Management spoke to guest host Carolyn Ray about the experience.

Duration:00:13:14

NSHA Consultant says improving equal access to health-care is a 'collective enterprise'

9/15/2022
David Devine has been tasked by the Nova Scotia Health Authority with creating a report to provide recommendations for improving equity, diversity and inclusion in the health-care system. Guest host Carolyn Ray spoke to Devine after playing back a portion of an interview she had earlier this week with Liz Leclair who overheard what she says was a transphobic conversation at a Truro health facility.

Duration:00:11:20

The president of the NB Nurses Union speaks about the hundreds of nurses who have quit their jobs over the last year. We hear about a choir on PEI that's back in business and on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour on gardening

9/15/2022
Paula Doucet, the president of the NB Nurses Union, provides insight as to why hundreds of nurses have quit their jobs over the last year. We hear about a choir in PEI that's rehearsing again following a long Covid break. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour answers your gardening questions

Duration:00:52:38

James Edwards, the councillor in CBRM for the Donkin area, comments on the re-opening of the coal mine in Donkin. And on the phone-in: Painting and staining expert Jim White takes your questions

9/15/2022
This week, the Donkin Mine in Cape Breton re-opened. We speak with CBRM councillor for the area, James Edwards. He comments on safety issues connected to the mine and his work on the mine's community liaison committee. And on the phone-in: Jim White gives painting and staining advice

Duration:00:52:59

The Town of Antigonish, NS, brings in measures to reduce water consumption due to dryness. MP Lawrence MacAulay on PEI speaks about the problems on the ferry service this summer. And on the phone-in: School food programs

9/13/2022
We speak with Jeff Lawrence, the CAO of the Town of Antigonish, NS. He explains why the town is bringing in water consumption restrictions. MP Lawrence MacAulay on PEI talks about the challenges the ferry service has experienced this summer. And on the phone-in: School food programs. Our guests are Lisa Roberts & Stephane Sirois.

Duration:00:53:09

Trevor Goodwin of the YMCA of Greater Moncton provides an update on the homeless situation in his city. The Mass Casualty Commission holds an Indigenous Talking Circle. And on the phone-in: Wild edible plants

9/12/2022
Trevor Goodwin of the YMCA of Greater Moncton says the homeless situation in his city has doubled in the last year and he's worried plans aren't moving quickly enough to prepare for this winter. We hear an update from the Mass Casualty Commission. Today an Indigenous Talking Circle was held. And on the phone-in: Tuma Young & Jamie Simpson answer your questions on edible wild plants.

Duration:00:52:59

An ER doctor in Halifax expresses concern about student partying. And then we hear from Peggy Walt who tells us about a student party on her street over the weekend. And on the phone-in: Automotive expert Doug Bethune

9/11/2022
Dr. George Kovacs, the trauma team lead at the Halifax Infirmary ER, expresses concern about student parties. And then we hear from Peggy Walt who tells us about a student party on her street over the weekend. And on the phone-in: Automotive expert Doug Bethune

Duration:00:52:58

ER Doctor Rob Green talks about the dangers of e-scooters. A couple in Halifax share their story of living organ donation. And on the phone-in: The legacy of Queen Elizabeth II

9/8/2022
ER physician Dr Rob Green tells us about the injuries medical staff are seeing following e-scooter accidents. Dr Green says it's only a matter of time before we see catastrophic injuries. Mary-Jane and Pat Wells in Halifax share their story of living organ donation. She saved his life. And on the phone-in: David Johnson from CBU talks about Queen Elizabeth II and we hear your memories.

Duration:00:52:56

We hear tape from a public meeting in Western PEI last night where people gathered to talk about two newcomers who were attacked over the weekend. We read a letter we received. And on the phone-in: Violence against leaders

9/7/2022
People gathered for a public meeting in Western PEI last night to talk about an attack against two newcomers to the community over the weekend. Some say the attacks were motivated by racism. We read a letter we got in the mail. And on the phone-in: Erica Ifill and Alex Alex Khasnabish discuss violence against leaders

Duration:00:53:12

Patrick Buswell in Western PEI talks about an attack on two immigrants over the weekend. The CBC's Brett Ruskin reports on education about the seafood industry in NS. And on the phone-in: Climate change

9/6/2022
Patrick Buswell, the VP of the Board of Directors for the Association of Francophone Early Years of PEI, explains the community response following an attack on two immigrants in Western PEI. The CBC's Brett Ruskin reports on educating people in NS schools about the seafood industry. And on the phone-in: Climate change.

Duration:00:53:05

We talk with Mark Brennan who was stuck on the MV Confederation ferry on Sunday. And Don Cormier with Northumberland Ferries Ltd explains why the ferry had issues. And on the phone-in: Aaron Publicover

9/5/2022
Mark Brennan, who lives in Pictou County, NS, was stuck on the MV Confederation ferry for 8 hours on Sunday. He explains how he dealt with the delay. And then we speak with Don Cormier, the vice president of Northumberland Ferries Ltd. And on the phone-in: Aaron Publicover takes your appliance repair questions.

Duration:00:53:09

Jade Atkins, the new curator at Joggins Fossil Cliffs, talks about the increase in the number of significant fossil finds due to climate change. The Westville Fire Dept. gets a new - yet old - truck. And on the phone-in: Preserving

9/1/2022
Jade Atkins who's the new curator at the Joggins Fossil Cliffs museum in NS discusses the increase in the number of significant fossil discoveries because of climate change. The Westville Fire Department gets a truck back that left their fleet decades ago. And on the phone-in: Preserving with Ellie Topp & Phil Moscovitch.

Duration:00:52:54

The mayor of the village of St Martins, NB, describes how vandals damaged the community's brand new covered bridge. We hear your feedback on letter-writing. ANd on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour on gardening

8/31/2022
Bette Ann Chatterton, the mayor of the village of St Martins, NB, talks about the community's brand new wooden covered bridge being vandalized even before it officially opened. We hear your feedback on the joy of writing letters. And on the phone-in: Gardening tips with Niki Jabbour.

Duration:00:53:03