This is ThatNew Brunswick town believed to be the first place the F-word was used in North AmericaNov 26, 2014 | 4:26It's often a point of pride for a town to be known as the birthplace of something iconic; and for the town of Stoughton, New Brunswick that iconic thing may be the F-word.
This is ThatDepartment of Heritage to finally determine what Canada's favourite time of day isNov 26, 2014 | 3:48Recently the honourable John Hemper was tasked to find the answer to what Canada's favourite time is and this week spoke with Pat Kelly to discuss his plans.
This is ThatCanadian becomes the winningest game show contestant of all timeNov 26, 2014 | 7:30Professional game show contestant Dennis Carns has done what no Canadian has ever done before, with a recent victory on Block Blockers he has become the winningest game show contestant of all time.
This is ThatMaritime fisherman finds much success using crack cocaine as baitNov 20, 2014 | 4:44The reaction towards Leonard Grey's fishing technique around North Lake Prince Edward Island is certainly mixed. After accidentally discovering that local fish are mysteriously attracted to crack cocaine, he has become the area's most successful fisherman
This is ThatIn response to low voter turnout, Alberta town to cast votes on behalf of its residentsNov 20, 2014 | 4:54Over the last decade low voter turnout has plagued elections in the municipality of Denber, Alberta. With and election looming in January the town is hoping a new program will drastically increase the number of voters.
This is ThatWinnipeg to host world’s largest celebration of pensNov 20, 2014 | 5:03Winnipeg is bursting with anticipation as thousands of pen enthusiasts are set to descend on the city. Earlier this week Peter Oldring sat down with Yann Floadner, the organizer of PEN FEST to learn more about what is planned for the 10-day celebration.
This is ThatToronto entrepreneur has been named Canada's top elopement plannerNov 20, 2014 | 5:10The Canadian wedding industry is a $5 billion per-year industry, but this is a fact that is of little significance to entrepreneur Richard Carl.
This is ThatReverse Voting, Crack Fisherman, Pen Fest, Elopement PlannerNov 20, 2014 | 27:01In response to low voter turnout, Alberta town to cast votes on behalf of its residents. Maritime fisherman uses crack cocaine as bait. Winnipeg to host world's largest pen fest. Toronto entrepreneur has been named Canada's top elopement planner.
This is ThatToronto city councilor wants to charge cyclists a fee for locking bikes to polesNov 13, 2014 | 4:58Toronto city councilor Anthony Braxton did not pull any punches in his interview with Peter Oldring this week when he suggested the time has come for Toronto cyclists to pay for parking.
This is ThatToronto Bike Parking, World Record Lightning Strike, MPP Child Apology, Saskatchewan Bidet BattleNov 13, 2014 | 26:45Toronto wants to charge cyclists for locking up to poles. Man tries to get struck by lighting 8 times to break record. Naughty son of an MPP makes public apology. Saskatchewan is rioting over bidets.
This is ThatBusiness owner in Saskatchewan sparks outrage for selling bidetsNov 13, 2014 | 5:55Estevan, Saskatchewan is a small prairie town filled with hard working people. Yet beneath the surface of this idyllic town lies conflict; and that conflict centers around Tom Babcock and and his decision to start selling bidets in his plumbing shop.
This is ThatCanadian wants to break world record by getting hit by lightning 8 timesNov 13, 2014 | 4:53They say lightning never strikes twice, but for a 57 year-old Canadian that is not the case. Grant Peterson has been hit by lightning an astonishing 7 times and if he is struck one more time, he will officially break a world record.
This is That10 year-old son of MPP causes $12,000 of damage to Ontario legislatureNov 13, 2014 | 4:39MPP Douglas Frost’s son Dennis purposely caused over $12,000 of damage with several acts of vandalism on Bring Your Kid to Work Day. Both fellow MPP’s and Mr Frost’s constituents are left wanting an explanation.
This is ThatOntario strip club awarded $100,000 Arts grantNov 6, 2014 | 4:28This week The Canadian Committee for the Arts came under fire after it was discovered that an adult entertainment nightclub called The Blue Moon in Belleville, Ontario received an artistic development grant totaling $100,000.
This is ThatThunder Bay police officer allowed to make arrests while singingNov 6, 2014 | 4:14It’s proven that singing can put you in a good mood, a fact that Thunder Bay police officer Grady Maleski does not take lightly. Mr. Maleski, who refers to himself as the “singing policeman,” spends 6 - 7 hours a day singing while policing.