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'.
Nov 9, 2012 | 26:30This is That Texan Sugar Water, Bring Your Kids to Work Day Ban, Nfld. Demands Apology, and a "No Gambling" Casino Audio
This is That Texan Sugar Water, Bring Your Kids to Work Day Ban, Nfld. Demands Apology, and a "No Gambling" Casino Nov 9, 2012 | 26:30This week: We talk to the utilities commissioner of a town in Texas that has put sugar into the water supply to encourage the residents to drink more water. We hit the streets to find out how you’re making out with your shopping. We talk to a Winnipeg man that is trying to ban 'Bring Your Kids to Work Day'. Newfoundland MP Lyle Pender is petitioning the government to make all of the other Canadian provinces issue his province an official apology. We profile Canada’s first “no gambling” casino. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the Kingston, Ontario mother who is trying to have Halloween regulated.
Oct 26, 2012 | 26:30This is That Ugly Canadians, Bless You Ban, M.B.'s White Debris, TransCanada Enthusiast, and the Sod Hut Hotel Audio
This is That Ugly Canadians, Bless You Ban, M.B.'s White Debris, TransCanada Enthusiast, and the Sod Hut Hotel Oct 26, 2012 | 26:30This week: We find out why Canada was voted in the "Top 5 Countries with the most unattractive people" by a Paris fashion magazine. The government of Canada announced this week that they’re banning the phrase "bless you" in all federal offices. International correspondent Chris Redman reports on a mysterious white debris falling from the sky Northern Manitoba. We interview the man who went viral this week for his love of the Trans Canada Highway and we profile Saskatchewan’s newest tourist attraction: The Sod Hut Hotel. Plus, we play your calls in response to a story we ran last week about the Government of Canada’s plan to fill 20,000 positions across all federal departments with full-time volunteers.