This week on the Best of This Is That: We talk to a Toronto city counselor who tells us about the new pay-per-use parks program
the city will be implementing next year.
We talk to Chris Pogule from the Banff National Park about their plan to rid Banff of cougars
, or as he refers to them: the "golden haired forest sharks."
Pat Kelly speaks with a representative from the Saskatoon Police force about how their officers are now allowed to participate in casual Friday
. He also explains to us the fun and creative outfits the officers have been coming up with while enforcing the law.
Peter Oldring documents an incredible tale of recession thriftiness and
perseverance in a documentary about one man's daily bicycle commute on
Ontario's 401 highway.
Plus, we play your calls in reaction to the story we ran last week about the new Canadian tourism campaign that is ruffling feather overseas
This is the last week to vote for This Is That in the Canadian Comedy Awards
in the category of Best Radio Show
. If we don't win this prize we're going to have to let go of one host and we really don't want to lose Peter.
Toronto Introduces Pay-Per-Use Park Program
A Letter from Banff National Park
Saskatoon Police Participate in Casual Friday
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