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Maritime Noon

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A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers

A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers
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Location:

Halifax, NS

Networks:

CBC

Description:

A two-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers

Language:

English

Contact:

Maritime Noon CBC Nova Scotia P.O. Box 3000 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3E9 (902) 420-9336


Episodes

Winter hits the Maritimes, 89-year-old woman goes back to school, Phone-in on the enduring appeal of The Log Driver's Waltz

11/16/2018
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Winter arrives across the Maritimes, 89-year-old woman goes back to school to finish her interrupted education, Wade Hemsworth's great-nephew takes calls about the lasting legacy of The Log Driver's Waltz

Duration:00:54:39

NS adoption advocate helps woman find her sister, DNA test helps in family reunion, Phone-in with dog behaviour expert Silvia jay

11/15/2018
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NS adoption advocate helps woman look for her sister and finds out that she is the missing sister, How DNA test helped reunite a family, Phone-in with dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay

Duration:00:53:32

Sisters are united more than 80 years after they were adopted; your suggestions to save species

11/14/2018
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An 89 year-old woman and her 87 year-old sister have met after taking DNA tests, long after they were adopted. On the phone-in, your ideas of ways to help species survive.

Duration:00:53:55

Teacher accused of assaulting student has criminal history; your favourite Canadian books

11/13/2018
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CBC's Blair Rhodes explains how a teacher with criminal convictions was able to be in the classroom. The teacher is accused of assaulting a student last month. Publisher Anna Porter and our listeners discusses favourite Canadian authors.

Duration:00:53:39

Cleaning up after plane runs off Halifax runway, Feedback on ATV safety, Phone-in with estate lawyer Jessica Lyle

11/12/2018
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Clean up begins after 747 runs off runway at Halifax International Airport, Feedback on ATV safety, Phone-in on wills with estate lawyer Jessica Lyle

Duration:00:53:48

Playwright Norm Foster finds woman in photo he's owned for 40 years, Phone-in on ATV safety with a trainer and ER doctor

11/9/2018
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Playwright Norm Foster uses social media to find a woman in a photo he's owned for 40 years, Phone-in on ATV safety with ER doctor Rob Green and ATV trainer Kevin Lombard

Duration:00:53:38

Update on cargo jet accident at Halifax airport, Moncton woman complains about car being towed, Phone-in with author of "Zero Waste Home" on reducing plastic waste

11/8/2018
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Update on investigation into cargo jet accident at Halifax International Airport. Moncton woman questions how a car tow company handles illegally parked cars, Phone-in with author of "Zero Waste Home" on how to reduce plastic waste

Duration:00:53:43

Wet weather hits PEI potato harvest, Feedback on new Scrabble words, Phone-in on what surname to give children

11/7/2018
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PEI farmer on how a wet Fall has hit the harvesting season, More of your stories about Scrabble, Phone-in on what surname children should take.

Duration:00:53:58

Keeping stories of First World War vets alive; Scrabble stories

11/6/2018
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We meet a photography taking portraits of descendants of First World War veterans, so the vet's stories live on. A lexicographer tells us why some new words are okay in Scrabble. Plus, your Scrabble stories.

Duration:00:53:59

Fishermen take to Pictou Harbour and stories of relatives who served in the First World War

11/5/2018
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Some fishermen in Nova Scotia block survey work for a proposed effluent pipe they oppose; a man from PEI wins on 'Jeopardy' and stories of relatives who fought in the First World War.

Duration:00:53:54

Call for lemon law to protect consumers, Remembering Audrey Parker, Phone-in on whether to support a stadium in Halifax

11/2/2018
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Call for a lemon law to protect consumers, Remembering Audrey Parker, Phone-in on the idea of taxpayer dollars funding a stadium in Halifax

Duration:00:53:18

Warning that confrontations between hunters could lead to violence, Feedback on good luck and self-cleaning ovens, Phone-in on the state of politics in Canada

11/1/2018
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NS hunters worried about the possibility of violent confrontations among moose hunters, Feedback on luck and self-cleaning ovens, Phone-in on the state of partisan politics in Canada

Duration:00:53:32

NB women blames self-cleaning oven for house fire, Feedback on coping with fear & appearing on game shows, Phone-in on the probabiliity of luck

10/31/2018
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NB woman blames self-cleaning oven for fire that destroyed her house, Feedback on coping with fear & appearing on game shows, Phone-in with statistics professor Jeffrey Rosenthal about luck, destiny and probability

Duration:00:53:44

Women's world hockey coming to NS in 2020, PEI man appears on Jeopardy, Former US Navy seal talks about mastering fear

10/30/2018
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Team Canada's Jill Saulnier talks about the 2020 women's world hockey championship coming to NS, PEI man shares his experience of appearing on jeopardy, Phone-in with former US Navy seal Brandon Webb about his book on mastering fear

Duration:00:53:59

Encouraging school children to study science, Feedback on distracted drivers around school buses, Phone-in on whether to have seatbelts on school buses

10/29/2018
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Young scientist Stella Bowles talks to students about sticking with science, Feedback on distracted drivers around stopped school buses, Phone-in on whether school buses should have seat belts with child passenger safety expert Katherine Hutka.

Duration:00:53:37

School Bus Stop Close Call, Stolen Memorials, Esther the Wonder Pig

10/26/2018
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A mother and bus driver retell how a six-year-old girl was almost struck by a car while boarding her school bus. Reaction to the theft of nearly 100 volunteer firefighter memorials, from a cemetery in Bridgewater, NS. And on the phone in: Esther the Wonder Pig.

Duration:00:54:00

Pot Packaging Prosthetics, Mystery Buoys, Phone In: Interest Rates

10/25/2018
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How a Halifax man is turning cannabis packaging into prosthetic limbs. Why hundreds of buoys are hanging from trees deep in the woods of Grand Manan Island. Money coach Judith Cane takes calls about interest rates.

Duration:00:53:50

Hunting Confrontation, Syrian Fundraiser, Phone In: Leon Logothetis

10/24/2018
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Moose hunters abandon their hunt, after a confrontation in the Cape Breton wilderness. Nova Scotia Syrian Society raises money to offer loans to help other former Syrian refugees And adventurer, author and Netflix star Leon Logothetis takes calls.

Duration:00:53:46

Social Media Rules for Doctors, New Brunswick Politics, Phone In: Master chimney sweep

10/23/2018
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Doctors in Nova Scotia have a new set of social media guidelines to follow. We wade into the strange world of New Brunswick politics. And master chimney sweep Luke Chaulk takes calls.

Duration:00:53:18

Straight Flag in Chipman, Underwater Seal Encounter, Phone In: Paint Expert Jim White

10/22/2018
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The village of Chipman, N.B. has raised a straight pride flag. Why some people wanted it flown and why others want it pulled down. A photojournalist talks about his underwater encounter with a friendly seal. And paint expert Jim white takes calls.

Duration:00:53:25