Wednesday, July 7, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
On today's show... From Victoria...The HST is dubbed the "Hated Sales Tax" by many in BC...we'll listen to former BC Premier Bill Vander Zalm delivering the anti-HST petition to Victoria.
From Vancouver...taxes aren't the only thing people have to complain about--but what do whiners sing about? We tune into a rehearsal of Vancouver's Complaints choir.
From Winnipeg...Looking for love in a foreign land. We'll hear how an arranged marriage turned into fraud and why a Winnipeg man is calling for Canada to tighten up the rules.
From Toronto...It's a nice day for a Pride Wedding. We hear from one of six couples who tied the knot at the city's 30th annual pride parade over the weekend.
From Saskatchewan...growing up gay in the Prairies. A young woman goes back to her old Catholic school a decade after she fought to be recognized out of the closet.
From St. John's ...with oil spill worries looming, why is Transport Canada cutting the number of workers on the tugboats that escort tankers to the refinery?
From Quebec...What's changed in the 10 years since Walkerton? We hear why residents of Harrington Harbour still live under a permanent boil water advisory.
From Alberta...a group of farmers is working to bring a World War II aircraft back to life...but they had to bring it from the Arctic Circle first.
From Whitehorse... A Yukon man is back home after flying to India for a controversial surgery to treat his MS. We'll hear why he says the painful treatment and journey were worth the risk
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