This is ThatBC Bans AB Campers, Balloon Artist, Snowbird, Human GPSOct 1, 2015 | 25:58BC is trying to ban Albertans from camping their province. What is the world of Balloon Fine Art like? An independent federal candidate is representing the 'snowbird' vote. We get lost with Newfoundland's Human GPS.
This is ThatCanadians react to Saskatchewan Government teaching kissing in schoolsOct 1, 2015 | 1:35Last week we ran a story about the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education introducing a new course in all schools that teaching teens how to kiss. Click listen to hear what real Canadians had to say about this topic.
This is ThatArtist known for 'balloon animals' picked to represent Canada at major art exhibitionOct 1, 2015 | 4:26For artist Claude Jaquis a 4-inch inflatable piece of rubber is just as artistically expressive as any painter’s brush. That is because Jaquis is what he refers to as a “balloon poet.”
This is ThatNature advocates want to ban Albertans from camping in BCOct 1, 2015 | 4:52Last year, a record number of Albertans camped in the province of British Columbia, and for one group this is a problem. Brian Tingle is the leader of the group BC Outdoor Advocacy, and he trying to limit the amount of Albertans that use BC campgrounds.
This is ThatIndependant candidate running on platform of 'Snowbirds' in coming federal electionOct 1, 2015 | 3:52"Just because a Canadian spends 6 - 8 months in Florida, Mexico, or the 'D.R.' doesn't mean they're any less Canadian. They have a voice that needs to be heard," claims Guardhouse.
This is ThatGo for a tour with Newfoundland's Human GPSOct 1, 2015 | 6:24Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that GPS technology is the most popular navigating tool in Canada. But not everyone is eager to be led around by a machine and that’s where Newfoundland’s Dougie Tarzan comes in.
This is ThatCanada names its first Saxophone LaureateSep 24, 2015 | 5:16After growing frustrated by the fact that the government only celebrates the position of Poet Laureate, saxophone player Denny Hammer set out on a mission to create the role of Saxophone Laureate.
This is ThatAfter throwing out his back, Ontario man is taking 'yoga' to courtSep 24, 2015 | 4:51Flexibility. Strength. Improved posture. These are just a few of the benefits of yoga, or so Walter Spence thought when he signed up for his very first yoga class.
This is ThatSaskatchewan government to teach teens how to kissSep 24, 2015 | 4:18While educators and parents argue over how much information young people on sex education, the province of Saskatchewan is going one step further by including a controversial guide that teaches teens how to be good kissers.
This is ThatCanadians react to baby proofing The House of CommonsSep 24, 2015 | 1:25Real calls from Canadians reacting to our story about the proposed plans to baby proof The House of Commons while government is out of session.
This is ThatSaskatchewan Kissing, Sax Laureate, Yoga Fraud, Top of the Morning CanadaSep 24, 2015 | 26:48The government of Saskatchewan is rolling out a new program to teach teens hot to kiss. We meet Canada's first Saxophone Laureate. An Ontario man is suing the yoga industry for fraud. We go behind the scenes on Canada's most cut-throat breakfast TV show.
This is ThatAn inside look at the hell that is making Canadian breakfast televisionSep 24, 2015 | 6:18Top of the Morning Canada has earned the distinction of Canada’s second highest rated breakfast television show. In this piece Peter Oldring goes behind the scenes and learns just how grueling it is to make this daily masterpiece of television.
This is ThatBaby Proof House of Commons, Two Man Choir, Lost Train, Volunteer McDonald’sSep 17, 2015 | 26:43The House of Commons is being made safer for babies. The two remaining members of Canada’s most famous choir explain why they don’t have more members. A 47-car cargo train goes missing. And we go to the only volunteer McDonald’s in the world.
This is ThatGovernment to spend millions baby proofing The House of CommonsSep 17, 2015 | 4:35The House of Commons on Parliament Hill is the beating heart of Canadian democracy. It’s also a very old building where a baby can hurt itself, that's why Helen Dabney-Coyle has been tasked with baby-proofing this historic building.
This is ThatCanadian rail company has no explanation after 47-car train goes missingSep 17, 2015 | 3:51The Canadian Rail industry has had a difficult few years and it doesn’t look like things are getting any easier: Three days ago, National Canadian Rail announced that a train leaving Thunder Bay for Winnipeg completely vanished without a trace.