This is That | Nov 23, 2012 | 26:30

100 Percent Ban, Canadian Cartoonist, Victoria Walking Lanes, and the Iced Knights

This week: We talk to the Hamilton educator that is refusing to award students with a mark of 100 percent. We hit the streets to find out what winter sports you like to do. Peter Oldring sits down with Canada’s most famous cartoonist Howard Murphy. The city of Victoria is implementing a new system of traffic lanes on their sidewalks. We profile the “Harlem Globetrotters of Curling” Saskatoon’s Iced Knights. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the story we ran last week about Cromwell, BC clear cutting all of the trees to pay for repairs to their hockey rink.

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This is That - New U.S. Tourist Gun Law, Money Saving Expert, Spacecraft "Gordie" Returns, and New AnthemNov 15, 2013 | 27:00This is That New U.S. Tourist Gun Law, Money Saving Expert, Spacecraft "Gordie" Returns, and New Anthem Audio
This is That New U.S. Tourist Gun Law, Money Saving Expert, Spacecraft "Gordie" Returns, and New Anthem Nov 15, 2013 | 27:00This week: America wants gun training for all visitors to their country. Peter Oldring struggles through a very awkward interview with a money saving expert. We learn about the return of a Canadian spacecraft. Plus, we hear a new Canadian anthem.
This is That - Un-endangered List, High Youth Unemployment, Sistine Chapel Fiasco, and Plans for a "Père Lachaise Cemetery" of CanadaNov 8, 2013 | 27:00This is That Un-endangered List, High Youth Unemployment, Sistine Chapel Fiasco, and Plans for a "Père Lachaise Cemetery" of Canada Audio
This is That Un-endangered List, High Youth Unemployment, Sistine Chapel Fiasco, and Plans for a "Père Lachaise Cemetery" of Canada Nov 8, 2013 | 27:00This week: Canada need a Species Not Endangered List. Pat Kelly finds out why youth are having a tough time finding work. We find out why a Canadian was kicked out of the Sistine Chapel this week. We profile a cemetery for notable Canadians.
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This is That New Leaf Bylaw, Daylight Savings Disaster, Rejuvenating Parliament, and a 3 Month Medical School Nov 1, 2013 | 27:00This week: Niagara-on-the-Lake gets a new leaf raking bylaw, we speak with a supposed Daylight Savings expert, MP George Glendale thinks the terminology on Parliament Hill needs to be cooler, plus we profile a school that graduates doctors in 3 months.
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This is That - Kids Touching NGC Art, Royal Connection, "Weird Al" of Canadian Poetry, and Parental Sex Ed.Oct 18, 2013 | 27:00This is That Kids Touching NGC Art, Royal Connection, "Weird Al" of Canadian Poetry, and Parental Sex Ed. Audio
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This is That Q.C. Pants Charter, Corn Maze Nightmare, "LOVERBOY" Cruiser, and Wrestling Psychologist Sep 29, 2013 | 27:30This week: Politician proposes new charter that would require Quebecers wear the same pants, 68 people get lost in corn maze for 24 hours, Cop gets suspended for putting license plate on cruiser that reads 'LOVERBOY', Psychologist wrestles with patients.
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