This is ThatThis Is That presents 'The Christmas Letter'Dec 18, 2013 | 27:00We bring you a holiday tale about the reunion of two brothers over a long lost letter to Santa that's just too Christmas-y to be true.
This is ThatHeadline: How one Ontario hockey league put an end to the hockey fighting debate foreverDec 13, 2013 | 3:52Hockey Commissioner Don Verdun has come up with an idea that could potentially put an end to the debate over fighting hockey forever: pre-scheduled fights.
This is ThatHeadline: Man emerges from bunker 14 years after Y2K scareDec 13, 2013 | 5:34We profile the Canadian who spent the past 14 years in a bunker fearing that the world had ended because of Y2K.
This is ThatCanadian snow fails to medal at International Snow ChampionshipsDec 13, 2013 | 6:20In this audio diary, our microphones travel with the Captain of Canada's National Snow Team, Darcy Hepernin, and his team to the competition and get a firsthand account of the experience.
This is That'Happy Holidays' Ban, Y2K Prepper, the Hockey Fight Solution, International Snow ChampionshipsDec 13, 2013 | 27:00This week: 'Happy Holidays' is now offensive. Meet a man who spent 14 years in a bunker because of Y2K. One man may have the solution to the hockey fight debate. Plus, we get an audio diary from the 2013 International Snow Championships.
This is ThatHeadline: Watchdog deems phrase 'Happy Holidays' extremely offensiveDec 11, 2013 | 5:20Pat Kelly speaks with Sharon Coyle, a member of the Canadian Association Alliance, a watchdog group that believes the phrase 'Happy Holidays' is offensive.
This is ThatHeadline: California paramedic told he can no longer use his bicycle as an ambulanceDec 6, 2013 | 4:49In an attempt to be more environmentally conscious, California paramedic Foster Newman refused to drive an ambulance instead he believe his "bicycle was, like, a way better choice." But that has come to an end.
This is ThatLegal Age of Adults, Canada's King of Infomercials, Bicycle Paramedic, Provincial SpyingDec 6, 2013 | 27:00This week: A politician wants to raise the legal age of consent to 25. We profile Canada's King of Infomercials. We speak with California’s first bike paramedic. Peter Oldring lifts the curtain on cross-provincial espionage. Plus, we play your calls.
This is ThatHeadline: Politician says Canadians under 25 should not be considered adultsDec 5, 2013 | 4:20The president of the Federal Association of Parents released a statement this week stating that 18 is not old enough for a person to be thought of as adult. She is currently lobbying the government to have the legal age of adulthood raised to 25.
This is ThatHeadline: Canada’s King of Infomercials calls it quitsDec 4, 2013 | 5:31After 45 years of selling his inventions on TV, the man once known as "the guy who could sell communism to Regan” has decided to retire.
This is ThatHeadline: BC town bans use of every kind of bag including reusable onesNov 28, 2013 | 4:35After successfully implementing a ban on the use of plastic bags, the town of Millmine, British Columbia says it is now time for reusable bags to go as well.
This is ThatHeadline: Summer camp caught making kids perform data entry workNov 28, 2013 | 4:58Disguised as regular camps, a new type of summer camp has been uncovered that is nothing more than what investigators are calling "data entry camps."
This is ThatHeadline: Canadian industry delegates learn to speak with British accent to improve trade relationsNov 28, 2013 | 5:36Canada's Commission for International Trade has hired consultant Ronald Theodore to help bolster Canada's trade relations with the United Kingdom by teaching delegates how to speak with a British accent.
This is ThatBC Bag Ban, Data Entry Camp, Political Face Tattoo, Canadian Trade Accent TrainingNov 28, 2013 | 27:00This week: A town in BC bans every kind of bag. Pat Kelly uncovers summer camps that make kids do data entry work. An Ontario politician gets a face tattoo. We find out why Canadian trade delegates are now speaking with an English accent.