Thursday December 11, 2014
When the underfunded Yarmouth, N.S. police service was told they would have to do more with less, department Chief Gerald Wynn decided it was time to get creative.
Wednesday November 19, 2014
After accidentally discovering that local fish are mysteriously attracted to crack cocaine, Leonard Grey has become the area's most successful fisherman and unapologetically continues to use the narcotic as bait.Listen 4:44
Monday, Aug. 3, 2015
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The newly appointed Chair of the Canadian Education Committee raised a few eyebrows this week by announcing that he would like to see all books with talking animals removed from Canadian schools. More
Monday August 03, 2015
The newly appointed Chair of the Canadian Education Committee raised a few eyebrows this week by announcing that he would like to see all books with talking animals removed from Canadian schools.
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Thursday November 06, 2014
It's scientifically 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 and makes a point of doing so while policing.Listen 4:14
Thursday November 13, 2014
This week members of the provincial parliament of Ontario took part in what has now become an annual tradition: bring your kid to work day. It is an opportunity for MPP's with children to provide their kids with an insider look at the goings-on of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.Listen 4:39
Wednesday November 12, 2014
Estevan, Saskatchewan is a small prairie town filled with hard working people who appreciate their neighbours and take pride in their community. Yet beneath the surface of this idyllic town lies conflict; and that conflict centers around Tom Babcock and his decision to start selling bidets in his plumbing shop.Listen 5:55
Thursday July 30, 2015
This is That stories from a ban on talking animals from children's books to a police officer making arrests while singing.