This is ThatTo save money RCMP may remove horses from historical Musical RideSep 4, 2014 | 4:27Pat Kelly speaks with Deputy Commander Don Scott of the RCMP to find out why the Mounties are getting rid of horses in the Musical Ride and starting something called 'The Musical Walk.'
This is ThatFormer gang member uses Zumba to scare troubled youth straightSep 4, 2014 | 5:21Ex-con Tyson 'TJ' Jones uses the power of Zumba to scare troubled youth from choosing a life of crime. This is a documentary about not only a remarkable man, but a remarkable exercise/dance.
This is ThatAssociation of Men with Women's Names says things are getting better, but life still hardMar 19, 2014 | 5:46With a population now topping 9 million, Canada has the highest per capita total of men who have women's names. Leslie Helm of the AMWN says that these high numbers are proof that men with women's names are here to stay and they need our support.
This is ThatMusical Ride, Internet Joe, Men with Women's Names, Scared Straight ZumbaJun 29, 2015 | 26:24The RCMP are getting rid of horses in the Musical Ride. We profile a community in Saskatchewan that's using one internet connection. The Canadian Association of Men with Women's Names tell us about their new campaign. And Scared Straight Zumba!
This is ThatOkanagan wine expert and Niagara vineyard owner get into a fist fight on CBC radioDec 11, 2014 | 4:54While appearing on This is That, Phoenix Carter, a winemaker from the Okanagan Valley, and Daniel Semple from the Niagara Region, could barely contain their contempt for not only each other but for each other’s wine
This is ThatMaritime fisherman finds much success using crack cocaine as baitNov 20, 2014 | 4:44The reaction towards Leonard Grey's fishing technique around North Lake Prince Edward Island is certainly mixed. After accidentally discovering that local fish are mysteriously attracted to crack cocaine, he has become the area's most successful fisherman
This is ThatMannequin Police, Holiday Planner, Wine Fight, Oot and AbootDec 11, 2014 | 27:03Understaffed Yarmouth police service uses mannequins to patrol streets. Top holiday planner says 90% of Canadians will “screw up” Christmas. Okanagan wine expert and Niagara vineyard owner get into a fist fight. We catch up with 'Oot & Aboot.'
This is ThatNew York artist creates 'art' that is invisible and collectors are paying millionsSep 25, 2014 | 6:5327-year-old artist Lana Newstrom says she is the first artist in the world to create invisible "art." In this documentary we traveled to her empty studio to learn more about Lana and her unusual artistic process.
This is ThatUnderstaffed Yarmouth police service uses mannequins to increase their presenceDec 11, 2014 | 5:19When the underfunded Yarmouth police service was told they would have to do more with less, department Chief Gerald Wynn decided it was time to get creative.
This is ThatLatex Glove in Schools, Swear Town New Brunswick, Canada’s Favourite Time, Button SharksNov 27, 2014 | 27:03B.C school mandates all students wear latex gloves. N.B. town believed to be the first place the F-word was used. Department of Heritage to finally determine what Canada’s favorite time is. Canadian becomes the winningest game show contestant of all time.
This is ThatCanadian parody legends Ooot and Aboot reunite to write new "funny" songsDec 11, 2014 | 6:45In 1978, Chester Donald and Bob Clark were better known as the incredibly popular musical comedy duo, Ooot and Aboot.
This is ThatBilingual Dog Bylaw proposed in MontrealDec 12, 2012 | 5:03Pat Kelly interviews Councilor Benoit LaDouce about his proposed bylaw that would requires dogs understand commands in English and French in order to be in public spaces.