This is ThatHeadline: Canadian man has made 23 wedding proposals and been rejected every timeSep 25, 2014 | 5:38Randy Gissam has always dreamed of being a married man. Unfortunately, in the past 11 years he has proposed marriage to 23 different times and not once has a women said "yes."
This is ThatHeadline: New York artist creates 'art' that is invisibleSep 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 ThatTalking Animal Books, Proposal Man, Calgary BBQ Share, Invisible ArtSep 25, 2014 | 26:51Canadian Education Committee wants to ban all children’s books that feature talking animals. Manitoba man has made 23 wedding proposals and been rejected every time. Calgary is introducing a city-wide BBQ share. New York artist makes invisible art.
This is ThatAbbotsford Blueberry Festival goes over budget by $17 millionSep 18, 2014 | 4:25Every year the International Blueberry Festival descends on Abbotsford, British Columbia. However as the 10-day event fast approaches, it is surrounded by a cloud of controversy.
This is ThatHeadline: Ontario politician says it is time for a cigarette smokers registrySep 18, 2014 | 4:32MPP John Abbot wants to create a publicly accessed list that would require anyone who smokes to "let the provincial government know where they plan on taking a puff."
This is ThatHeadline: Minnesota teacher uses parent-teacher night to connect singlesSep 18, 2014 | 4:48When school teacher Janet Harper realized that she and many of her student's parents had something in common cupid's arrow struck her with an idea.
This is ThatOntario Smokers Registry, Parent Teacher Date Night, Blueberry Festival, Ponytail RescueSep 18, 2014 | 26:53Ontario is setting up a cigarette smoker registry. We meet a teacher that's trying to match up the single parents of kids from her class. The Abbotsford Blueberry Festival is $17-million over budget. A Salmon Arm man gets his ponytail stuck in a pool.
This is ThatHeadline: Governor General finally designates the pick-up truck as a national symbolSep 17, 2014 | 3:33The pick-up truck, along with the beaver and maple syrup, will be an official Canadian symbol. Peter Oldring speaks to the man that helped make this happen.
This is ThatHeadline: Man and his ponytail freed after 72 hours of being stuck in skimmer pipe of a swimming poolSep 17, 2014 | 7:17When Bruce Borlander of Salmon Arm, BC headed down to his local swimming pool for a quick dip last week, he never thought that he would end up being trapped floating the water for 3 days.
This is ThatSkype MP, Church Mall, High Prairie Accent, Pig WarSep 13, 2014 | 27:01An MP wants to attend sessions of Parliament from home via Skype. We profile Florida's 'All Faiths Church Mall'. The town of High Prairie, AB is developing its own accent to attract tourists. We investigate Canada’s most boring battle, The Pig War.
This is ThatHeadline: MP wants to attend sessions of parliament from home via SkypeSep 11, 2014 | 4:37In his interview with Peter Oldring this week, Blaine Watson a Conservative MP from the riding of Creston South said: "The time has come for politicians to embrace technology and work from home."
This is ThatHeadline: 'Church Mall' opens in Florida offering places of worship for over 50 different faithsSep 11, 2014 | 4:36In this one-part documentary our microphones travel to the All Saints Church Mall in Fort Myers, Florida to learn how a former shopping centre became a place of worship for over 50 different faiths.
This is ThatHeadline: In an attempt to put itself on the map, Alberta town develops own accentSep 11, 2014 | 5:20Pat Kelly spoke with Douglas Dollard, the Commissioner of High Prairie Tourism, to learn more about the unique sounds and phrases that residents will soon be using to help them sound "distinctly High Prairie."
This is ThatThe Pig War: Inside the most underwhelming historical reenactment in CanadaSep 11, 2014 | 6:27Pat Kelly visited Canada's West Coast to take part in the re-enactment of Canada's safest battles, The Pig War. Although, no shots were fired and there were no casualties, that doesn't mean it's re-enactors don't give it their all.
This is ThatHeadline: To 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.'