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.
This is ThatCanadian man summons courage and visits doctor for the first time in yearsNov 6, 2014 | 4:45In this interview you will hear from 33 year-old Rob Stendreck, who earlier this month did the unthinkable for most young men - he went to the doctor.
This is ThatB.C. man claims he was the first to ever start “the wave” at an NHL hockey gameNov 6, 2014 | 6:12In this documentary you will hear more from a man who deeply desires to leave his mark and why the Hockey Hall of Fame is rejecting his claim.
This is ThatArts Grant Strip Club, Singing Policeman, Overdue Doctor Visit, 'The Wave' InventorNov 6, 2014 | 26:17An Ontario strip club has received a $100, 000 arts grant. We profile Thunder Bay’s Singing Policeman. A 33 year-old man finally visits the doctor for the first time in 12 years. We meet the man who claims to have invented ‘The Wave.’
This is ThatIconic schooner Bluenose II to become a fish n' chips shopOct 30, 2014 | 4:58“It's a very simple idea,” said Doug Lumby of Regency Consulting, “we’re gonna cut a window into the hull of the Bluenose II and turn it into a fish n' chips shop.”
This is ThatBluenose Fish n’ Chips, Telemarketing Agency, Recipe Plagiarism, Feleski FiveOct 30, 2014 | 26:59To save the Bluenose II, they’re turning it into a fish n’ chips shop. We profile Canada’s top telemarketing agency. A Manitoba man feels a major cookbook has plagiarized his Nana. We catch up with Canada’s second favourite set of Quints.
This is ThatCountry's top telemarketers are "proud to bring Canadians so much joy"Oct 30, 2014 | 5:47We have all experienced the euphoria of handing over our credit card information to a telemarketer after hearing about a phenomenal, once in a lifetime opportunity. But have you ever given any thought as to who the conversation wizard is on the other end?
This is ThatCanada’s second most famous set of quints still alive and somewhat wellOct 30, 2014 | 5:39The “Feleski Five” are undoubtedly the country’s second most famous set of quints and have been melting the hearts of Canadians for over 50 years. In this documentary we visit the boys at their home.