This is That | Nov 26, 2011 | 26:31

"The Infinite Well," StatsCan Defends Fabrication, Mistaken Pet Identity, and "Wilderness Births"

Season 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.

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