Maritime Noon
Maritime Noon
CBC
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.
22 year-old Rupinder Pal Singh speaks with us from the protest outside the PEI Legislature by migrant workers. CBC's Go Public team uncovers a scam on Facebook. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps.
A group of migrant workers in Charlottetown, PEI, are staging a protest and hunger strike in front of the PEI Legislature. They are unhappy about changes to the Provincial Nominee Program. The CBC's Go Public team speaks with a woman in Sussex, NB, whose Facebook page got taken over by fraudsters. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker provides advice on heat pumps
May 26
52 min
The mayor of the Town of Pictou, NS, speaks about the future of the pulp mill near his town. We hear about a new heart clinic in Halifax named after hockey player, Jordan Boyd. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour on gardening.
Jim Ryan, the mayor of the Town of Pictou, NS. speaks about the future of the pulp mill near his town. He also speaks about yesterday's settlement agreement. A new heart clinic in Halifax is named after a hockey player named Jordan Boyd who died in 2013.. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour provides advice on gardening.
May 23
52 min
There's a settlement agreement between Paper Excellence Canada and the Province of NS over the former mill in Pictou County. Paul Withers reports on aquaculture. And on the phone-in: Psychiatrist Dr Jackie Kinley.
We hear the details about a settlement agreement between Paper Excellence Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia over the former mill in Pictou County. Premier Tim Houston speaks. The CBC's Paul Withers reports on a designated aquaculture development area in SouthWest NS. And on the phone-in: Psychiatrist Dr Jackie Kinley discusses job stress.
May 22
53 min
A poultry producer in NS had to cull her birds due to avian flu. We hear an update about smelt fishing on PEI. And on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr Karyn Steele answers questions about your pet's health.
Montana Piñeyro who runs a poultry farm in Lower Branch, NS, had to cull her poultry flock because of avian flu. She describes the difficulties she's facing. We hear an update on smelt fishing on PEI. And on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr Karyn Steele answers questions on your pet's health. 
May 21
52 min
The CEO of the Western Regional Enterprise Network in NS discusses poor cell service in her area. We hear your feedback on anti-theft measures. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune answers questions on automotive repair.
Angelique LeBlanc, the CEO of the Western Regional Enterprise Network in NS, discusses the ongoing challenges with poor cell service in her area. We hear your feedback on the anti-theft measures some retailers have installed. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune answers questions on automotive repair.
May 20
52 min
Increased security measures at retail stores are meant to crack down on theft. But it can also be unnerving for shoppers. We ask Jim Cormier where retailers draw the line. And on the phone-in...Jim White takes your painting and staining questions.
Increased security measures at retail stores are meant to crack down on theft. But it can also be unnerving for shoppers. We ask Jim Cormier where retailers draw the line. And on the phone-in...Jim White takes your painting and staining questions.
May 16
52 min
Jim Rudderham, the Director of Fleet and Forest Protection in NS, speaks about the dry conditions and burning rules. We hear about the Live Well PEI Action Plan. And on the phone-in: Woodlot succession planning with Dale Prest.
Overall, conditions are dry right now so we speak with Jim Rudderham, the Director of Fleet and Forest Protection in NS about the rules surrounding burning right now and the increase in the fine for breaking the rules. We hear about the Live Well PEI Action Plan. And on the phone-in: Dale Prest answers questions about woodlot succession planning.
May 15
53 min
Moncton Headstart has been helping families for 50 years. We hear an update on the charity's challenges and programs. And on the phone-in: Dr. Vett Lloyd at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB, answers questions on ticks
Caroline Donelle and Tracy Arnand from Moncton Headstart speak with the CBC's Jonna Brewer. The charity is 50 years old. Its costs are going up but donations are going down. And on the phone-in: Dr. Vett Lloyd, professor of biology and the head of the Lloyd Tick Lab at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB, answers questions on ticks
May 14
52 min
Moira Brown from the Campobello Island Whale Rescue Team speaks about a whale entangled in the Gulf of St Lawrence. We hear about the death of Arthur Irving at 93. And on the phone-in: What can end homelessness?
Moira Brown with the Campobello Island Whale Rescue Team speaks about an endangered North Atlantic Right Whale named Shelagh that's entangled in fishing gear in the Gulf of St Lawrence. Susan Fullerton in Saint John speaks about her long-time friend, Arthur Irving, who died at the age of 93. And on the phone-in: James Hughes speaks about his new book, "Ending Homelessness in Canada: The Case for Homelessness Prevention."
May 13
52 min
We hear an update from Bathurst, NB, about the need for more housing. There are concerns on PEI about fish anglers keeping the fish out of the water too long. And on the phone-in: Nathaniel Pearre answers questions on EVs.
Like many cities and towns in the Maritimes, Bathurst, NB, is in need of more housing. We hear from two officials from the city about why the need is increasing and what they plan to do. On PEI, there are concerns about the amount of time some anglers are keeping fish out of the water. And on the phone-in: Nathaniel Pearre answers questions on EVs.
May 12
52 min
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