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'.
Jul 27, 2012 | 26:30This is That Calgary Aquarium, House Buffalo, Strip Club Tourism, and 60's Rock Band Johnny and the Apologies Audio
This is That Calgary Aquarium, House Buffalo, Strip Club Tourism, and 60's Rock Band Johnny and the Apologies Jul 27, 2012 | 26:30On this episode we pick some of our best stories from the year: The Calgary Aquarium closes its doors, we talk to a couple with a pet buffalo, an American woman is suing a Quebec tour company for taking her on a very misleading tour of Montreal, we profile the 60s Canadian rock n' roll group Johnny and the Apologies. Plus, we play your phone calls in reaction to Banff National Park's attempts to rid itself of cougars.
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’.
Dec 7, 2012 | 26:30This is That Alberta Oil Planes, Storm Spotter, CSIS Rebranding, and the No Swearing Challenge Audio
This is That Alberta Oil Planes, Storm Spotter, CSIS Rebranding, and the No Swearing Challenge Dec 7, 2012 | 26:30This week: An Alberta energy company believes they’ve come up with the perfect alternative to the pipeline: Oil planes. We give you a sneak peek at CBC Television’s new reality talent-search show, "5 Seconds to Become a Star." We talk to Canada's best known 'storm spotter.' We talk to CSIS about their reckless spending on re-branding their organization. We profile the Northern Alberta town taking a 30-day 'no swearing' challenge. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the student that is in a legal battle with the University of Nanaimo for their failure to accommodate her “visual allergies.”
Dec 20, 2012 | 26:29This is That 2012 Holiday Special Audio
This is That 2012 Holiday Special Dec 20, 2012 | 26:29This week: We talk to a Canada Post employee who was suspended from his job for refusing to deliver children’s letters to “the man in the red suit.” We talk to our tech columnist about a new gadget that many are calling the “most important piece of technology since the iPhone.” Our resident entertainment correspondent Terry Pepper is on the program to remind us of all the classic holiday movies and shows you can catch on Canadian television this week. Our microphones profile an Ontario man who is determined that this year he, and his neighbours, celebrate a ‘no impact Christmas.’ Plus, we play for you “Holiday Everything” by the winner of last year’s This Is That Carol Contest, Phil Marlowe.