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’.
Sep 29, 2013 | 27:30This is That Q.C. Pants Charter, Corn Maze Nightmare, "LOVERBOY" Cruiser, and Wrestling Psychologist Audio
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.
Dec 17, 2011 | 26:30This is That Snowball Fight Hospitalization, Attracting Tourism, Office Pool, and Canadian Accent in Demand Audio
This is That Snowball Fight Hospitalization, Attracting Tourism, Office Pool, and Canadian Accent in Demand Dec 17, 2011 | 26:30Season 2 - Episode 25: We find out why three members of the Alberta Legislature were taken to hospital after a snowball fight. Host Pat Kelly shares a story about a small Ontario town convinced the only way to attract tourists is to become the home of an NHL player. A tech company out of Hamilton, Ontario has re-invented the idea of what a work space looks like by converting their office into a swimming pool. Learning English is big business in Japan, we learn why the Japanese now want to be taught English with a Canadian accent. Plus, we play your calls in reaction to our story about a new holiday proposed by the federal government that would celebrate all those who work in the government.