Next Saturday make sure you tune into CBC Radio One to hear a BRAND NEW EPISODE of This Is That in our new time slot of 11:00 am. In the meantime though, here's what on the last of episode of the Best of This Is That:
We talk to Lt. Alex Could to find out why the Canadian Army is taking a large portion of their $21.8 billion annual budget to purchase tactical mountain bikes for all of their troops
The country of Greenland finally connected with the internet this week
and Peter Oldring helped celebrate this historic milestone by have a
Skype chat with them.
The city of Calgary is trying to ban street performance
; we talk to the
concerned resident that is spearing-heading this initiative.
And we play a documentary about the 'religious brain drain': Each year
Canadian churches lose hundreds of ministers to the United States
because of all the high paying opportunities down south.
Plus, we play your calls in reaction to our story about the neighborhood in Toronto that is trying to ban children
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