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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

Yearbook Memorial, Marijuana Feedback, Unsupervised Children, Ladybug Lady

9/22/2017
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A N.B. high school doesn't want a memorial for a dead student in the yearbook. Your thoughts on the sale of legalized marijuana. How old should a child be before going out alone? Plus: a woman in P.E.I. is painting ladybug rocks.

Duration: 00:53:33


Abandoned Properties, Marijuana

9/21/2017
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CBRM says the wrecking ball is coming for around 30 derelict buildings, if the owners don't step up. Marijuana will soon be legal, but where will it be sold? We hear from Dr. Jeff Blackmer from the Canadian Medical Association.

Duration: 00:53:43


Witness to Mexico City earthquake, Feedback on small business tax plan, Veterinarian Dr. Eric Carnegy takes calls

9/20/2017
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Halifax journalist in Mexico City describes living through earthquake, Feedback on small business tax plan, Veterinarian Dr. Eric Carnegy takes calls

Duration: 00:53:43


Moncton says no to fluoride, Feedback on lobster poaching, Phone-in on the impact of planned small business tax changes

9/19/2017
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Moncton council votes against adding fluoride to city water, Feedback on lobster poaching, Phone-in on the impact of proposed small business tax changes

Duration: 00:53:29


Lobster fishermen protest against poaching, Former politician Graham Steele takes calls on being an effective citizen, Working to solve Right whale deaths

9/18/2017
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NS lobster fishermen stage another protest over poaching, Former NS politician Graham Steele takes calls about his new book on being an effective citizen, Working to solve the mystery of Right whale deaths

Duration: 00:53:39


Kafka Ruling, DFO Response, Jim White

9/15/2017
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A hospital cleaner who was fired after failing to show up to work for 97 days gets his job back. DFO says indigenous fishermen do not have the right to fish and sell their lobster anytime. Jim White answers your paint questions.

Duration: 00:53:44


Fishing Protests, Firing, RCMP Death Feedback, Gender Identity Feedback

9/14/2017
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Fishermen protest in Southwest Nova Scotia claiming native fishermen are poaching and selling lobster intended for a food fishery. On the phone-in: is there such a thing as a good firing?

Duration: 00:54:26


RCMP officer dies while helping driver, Feedback on illegal border crossings, Phone-in on getting rid of gender from ID

9/13/2017
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The dangers faced by police when they stop at side of highways, Feedback on illegal border crossings, Phone-in on getting rid of gender IDs, Allan J. MacEachen obituary

Duration: 00:53:24


Canadian finally gets out of Irma-wrecked island, Feedback on not stopping for schoolbuses, Phone-in on how Canada handles asylum seekers

9/12/2017
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Canadian woman finally gets off St Martin after Hurricane Irma wipes out her business, Feedback on drivers not stopping for schoolbuses, Phone-in on how Canada is handling asylum seekers who cross the border illegally

Duration: 00:53:39


Stranded by Irma, Impact of hurricane on Caribbean tourism, Wildlife expert Bob Bancroft takes calls

9/11/2017
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Family of Halifax woman stranded in St Martin frustrated at Global Affairs response, Travel agent on the impact of Irma on tourism, Wildlife expert Bob Bancroft takes calls

Duration: 00:53:28


Drivers not stopping for school buses, Bed bug feedback, Marjorie Willison takes gardening calls

9/8/2017
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Nova Scotia woman records drivers not stopping for school buses, bed bug feedback, Gardening expert Marjorie Willison takes your calls

Duration: 00:53:46


Halifax library fights bed bugs, How lack of sleep affects us, Canadian sniper talks about his career

9/7/2017
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Halifax library fights bed bugs, Sleep expert on global study into the impact of lack of sleep, Canadian sniper talks about his job

Duration: 00:53:25


Vacationers evacuated ahead of Irma, Phone-in on cyber-security, A man's walk to Halifax attracts thousands of followers

9/6/2017
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Halifax man gets ready to leave Dominican Republic ahead of Hurricane Irma, Phone-in on cyber-security concerns, A man's walk to Halifax attracts thousands of Facebook followers

Duration: 00:53:37


Lawyer hired to take cases for free, Auto expert Doug Bethune takes car calls, More Princesss Diana memories

9/5/2017
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Law firm hires lawyer to take social cases pro bono, Auto expert Doug Bethune takes calls, More Princess Diana memories

Duration: 00:53:46


NB buys electric school buses, Appliance repairman Aaron Publicover takes calls, More memories of Princes Diana

9/1/2017
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New Brunswick tries out electric school buses, Appliance repairman Aaron Publicover takes calls, More of your memories of Princess Diana

Duration: 00:53:24


Remembering Princess Diana, Phone-in on millennials and housing, Feedback on student drinking

8/31/2017
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Remembering Princess Diana on the 20th anniversary of her death, Phone-in on millennials and housing, Feedback on student drinking

Duration: 00:53:41


Cape Breton call centre takes Hurricane Harvey calls, The damaging side of pursuing perfection, PEI family sells house with mystery bunker

8/30/2017
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Cape Breton call centre takes calls from Hurricane Harvey victims. Feedback on frosh week booze ban, Phone-in on the dangers of being a perfectionist, PEI home for sale with mystery bunker

Duration: 00:53:45


Dalhousie bans alcohol from residences, More reaction to end of G&M printed edition, Dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay

8/29/2017
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Dalhousie bans alcohol from residences during orientation week, More reaction to Globe and Mail ending printed edition in Maritimes, Dog behaviour expert Silvia Jay takes calls

Duration: 00:53:38


Texas Flooding, Changing Minds, Atlantic News

8/28/2017
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Maritimers share their experiences dealing with Hurricane Harvey. On the phone-in: the virtues of changing your mind. Plus: Atlantic News says it will carry the Saturday printed edition of the Globe and Mail.

Duration: 00:53:50


Monarch Butterflies, Globe and Mail Feedback, Marjorie Willison

8/25/2017
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Kentville agri-scientist Deb Moreau talks about her pet project to help save Monarch butterflies. Your thoughts on the end of the printed Globe and Mail in the Maritimes. Marjorie Willison takes gardening questions

Duration: 00:53:29

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