Dec 4, 2014 | 27:08This is That French Food Labels, Backwards Driver, Town Amalgamation, The Unity Shovel Audio
This is That French Food Labels, Backwards Driver, Town Amalgamation, The Unity Shovel Dec 4, 2014 | 27:08Quebec company admits packaging information different in French than in English. Ontario man granted permission to drive his car in reverse. Towns of Kimberley, B.C. and Parry Sound, ON to amalgamate. Canada creates 'Unity Shovel'.
Sep 17, 2011 | 26:30This is That Can-Fly, Camada, No Kids Allowed Neighborhood, and Snowball Fight in a Box Audio
This is That Can-Fly, Camada, No Kids Allowed Neighborhood, and Snowball Fight in a Box Sep 17, 2011 | 26:30Season 2 - Episode 12: We interview the CEO of Can-Fly, a new budget airline launching in Canada that is cutting costs by removing the seats. A representative from Passport Canada explains to us why 100,000 Canadians lost their citizenship earlier this week. We speak with a Toronto group that is trying to ban children from their neighbourhood. Host Pat Kelly brings us a feature length documentary about Brian Topps the inventor of Snowball Fight in a Box. Plus, we play your phone calls about Canadian Foreign Investment representative Don Allison plagiarizing the 'I am Canadian' speech for presentation at a trade conference in Sweden.
Sep 13, 2014 | 27:01This is That Skype MP, Church Mall, High Prairie Accent, Pig War Audio
This is That Skype MP, Church Mall, High Prairie Accent, Pig War Sep 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.
Oct 5, 2012 | 26:30This is That Loonie Debate, Nude Curling Calendar, 19th Century Canadians, and Lloydminster Tensions Audio
This is That Loonie Debate, Nude Curling Calendar, 19th Century Canadians, and Lloydminster Tensions Oct 5, 2012 | 26:30This week: An Ottawa economist wants Canadians to stop referring to the one dollar coin as the loonie, the Men’s Curling Club of North Bay has released a scandalous calendar, a skeleton from 1850 has been found and it gives us great insight into what 19th Century Canadians were really like, and we profile the bi-provincial tensions that exist in Lloydminster. Plus, we play even more of your calls in reaction to Saskatchewan potentially being renamed to ‘something shorter’.