Government volunteers, Saskatchewan court case, Little America, car camera, flute fight

Canada - Where you can wear pants all year long. (Parliament buildings/Detroit Photographic Co./Library of Congress/FLICKR)

Canada - Where you can wear pants all year long. (Parliament buildings/Detroit Photographic Co./Library of Congress/FLICKR)

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Season 3 Episode 7

This week on This Is That: We find out why the Canadian Government is looking to fill 20,000 positions, across all federal departments, with full-time volunteers.

International correspondent Chris Redman joins us live to update us on the ruling in a Saskatchewan court case we've been following all week.

Our microphones take an audio stroll through one of Toronto's newest and fastest growing ethnic neighbourhoods: Little America.     

Pat Kelly interviews a spokesperson from Canadian automobile technology company Monotech, to learn about a new device that may change how we drive our cars forever.

And just in time for high school band registration season, Peter Oldring investigates the under reported violence in high school music festivals.

Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the Alberta MP that thinks all of the other provinces should consult Alberta before spending federal funds.

Earlier this week This Is That had the exclusive on a photo that was leaked from presidential campaign of Governor Mitt Romney. You can view that photo on our Facebook page.  

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