Jul 15, 2011 | 27:33This is That Tourism Name Calling, New Nfld. Helmet Law, Canadian Hardware Going Green, and Polyandry Audio
This is That Tourism Name Calling, New Nfld. Helmet Law, Canadian Hardware Going Green, and Polyandry Jul 15, 2011 | 27:33Peter Oldring finds out why a new Canadian tourism campaign is calling Europeans stupid? Pat Kelly gets the details on why young drivers in Newfoundland will have to wear helmets next year. Iconic retailer Canadian Hardware lays out how they are making a monumental green shift. We go into the world of Polyandry and meet a woman with 6 husbands. Plus, your calls in regards to a beer company trying to buy the Northern Lights.
Aug 27, 2011 | 27:12This is That Calgary Busking Ban, Canscape, New Font, and the "Accidental Pianist" Audio
This is That Calgary Busking Ban, Canscape, New Font, and the "Accidental Pianist" Aug 27, 2011 | 27:12Season 2 - Episode 9: We find out why a group of Calgarians want to ban clowns and other buskers in their downtown. Peter Oldring talks to a representative from Canada Post about how this winter mail-carries will offer a snow removal service. Pat Kelly sits down with Holgar Patterson, a designer who has created a new font for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. We also profile the "Accidental Pianist," a piano virtuoso from Barrie, Ontario who doesn't know a thing about music. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to tackle football being cancelled on Vancouver Island and our interview with Carl Rosecroft.
Dec 14, 2012 | 26:30This is That Bilingual Dog Bylaw, Canadian Passport Changes, Million Dollar Bill, and Swimming Scallops Audio
This is That Bilingual Dog Bylaw, Canadian Passport Changes, Million Dollar Bill, and Swimming Scallops Dec 14, 2012 | 26:30This week: We talk to Passport Canada about the new allowances they are making for passport photos. We check in with our Cross-Canada Community Calendar. A group of Toronto financiers are actively lobbying the Canadian Mint to make a one-million dollar bill. We play your calls in reaction to a story we ran last week about an Alberta energy company that wants to fly oil out of the province using retro-fitted water-bomber airplanes. Nova Scotia Tourism board is allocating 80% of its promotional budget for an attraction called “Swimming with the Scallops.” And, a Montreal councilor is trying to pass a bylaw that would require all dogs to understand commands in both official languages.
Oct 8, 2011 | 26:30This is That NASCAR comes to Canada, Q.C. Lowers Drinking Age, Brandon Hills Reclassified, and Parliamentary Lovebirds Audio
This is That NASCAR comes to Canada, Q.C. Lowers Drinking Age, Brandon Hills Reclassified, and Parliamentary Lovebirds Oct 8, 2011 | 26:30Season 2 - Episode 15: NASCAR is expanding to Canada and we find out why they feel Vancouver's Stanley Park is the best location for a track. Quebec is lowering the drinking age to 14 and we to the Societe des Alcools to find out more details. The Brandon Hills in Manitoba have officially been classified as a mountain range; we find out what this means for the citizens of Brandon. Host Pat Kelly sits down with Liberal MP David Turner and Conservative MP Shanon Feldman, the political lovebirds that have Parliament Hill all abuzz. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the Saskatoon Police introducing 'Casual Friday'.
Jul 8, 2011 | 27:46This is That Trademarking the Northern Lights, N.S. Political Unrest, U.S. Style Law, Titanic Iceberg, and the "Little Man Gent" Pageant Audio
This is That Trademarking the Northern Lights, N.S. Political Unrest, U.S. Style Law, Titanic Iceberg, and the "Little Man Gent" Pageant Jul 8, 2011 | 27:46We find out why a major Canadian beer company wants to trademark the Northern Lights? Pat Kelly speaks to a concerned citizen about the political unrest in Nova Scotia. American style law is coming to Canada, we talk with an American law firm about what this means. A group of Canadian scientists have found the iceberg that sunk the Titanic and we’ve got the exclusive interview, and we go behind the scenes of a new boy pageant happening in Toronto called The Little Man Gent Pageant. Plus, your calls about the Calgary Stampede changing its name.
Nov 5, 2011 | 26:30This is That National Arts, Labrador Limo, Beaver Fighting, and Fifenstocks interview Audio
This is That National Arts, Labrador Limo, Beaver Fighting, and Fifenstocks interview Nov 5, 2011 | 26:30We find out why the Toronto Arts Alliance wants to relocate all of Canada's Arts institutions to Toronto. Labrador City just got its first limousine and Pat Kelly speaks with former Mayor Herb Thomas to get his reaction. Peter Oldring takes you into the world of the illegal beaver fighting that is taking place in Northern B.C. Canada's oldest all male acapella group, the Fifenstocks of Queen's University, stops by to tell us about their centennial festivities happening this weekend in Kingston, Ontario. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the round table discussion we had about the Higher Education Act.
Nov 30, 2012 | 26:30This is That Must-be Married, Windsor Protests, N.S. Shakespeare Heir, Visual Allergies, and Guitar Duo Audio
This is That Must-be Married, Windsor Protests, N.S. Shakespeare Heir, Visual Allergies, and Guitar Duo Nov 30, 2012 | 26:30This week: We interview the mayor of the Iowa town that is trying to pass a law that all residents over 21 years of age must be married. Our international correspondent Chris Redman joins us live from Windsor, Ontario to tell us why thousands of people have taken to the streets. We talk with a Nova Scotia man who believes that he is the rightful heir to the estate of William Shakespeare. Peter Oldring profiles Emily Stuart, a third year student at the University of Nanaimo who suffers from ‘visual allergies’. Pat Kelly speaks with Canada’s fastest finger-pickin’ duo, Stan and Kip Hedgeman. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to a story we ran last week about a Hamilton educator who refuses to award students a mark of 100%.
Nov 26, 2011 | 26:31This is That "The Infinite Well," StatsCan Defends Fabrication, Mistaken Pet Identity, and "Wilderness Births" Audio
This is That "The Infinite Well," StatsCan Defends Fabrication, Mistaken Pet Identity, and "Wilderness Births" Nov 26, 2011 | 26:31Season 2 - Episode 22: We find out why there is so much controversy over a public art installation in Vancouver called "The Infinite Well." Pat Kelly helps the City of Mississauga announce some very exciting news. Don Mintner from Statistics Canada explains to Peter Oldring why he fabricated some of the numbers this year. Bonnie Templeton tells her amazing story of mistaken pet identity. We profile a new kind of birthing technique called a "Wilderness Birth" that has expecting parents really getting back to nature. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the story we ran about a department store in Winnipeg banning men from the lingerie floor.