CRTC clothing, hospital foodie, customs officer etiquette, hot air balloon Snowbirds

Canada: Overcoats and gravy boats. (Musee McCord/FLICKR)

Canada: Overcoats and gravy boats. (Musee McCord/FLICKR)

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Season 4 Episode 6


This week on This Is That:

- Peter Oldring speaks with a representative of the CRTC about why in the new year Canadian high school students will have to wear 'Canadian clothing' for 70% of their school week.
- We profile what people are calling "Western Canada's best restaurant," the Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Kelowna, B.C.

- We find out why Canadian Border Services agents are being federally mandated to take public relations courses.    

- Our microphones go into the friendly skies at the Selkirk Air Show with Canada's elite hot-air balloon stunt squad, The Jolly Balloons.   

- Plus, we play your calls in reaction to a story we ran last week about the Government of Canada rolling out a universal language of 54 car horn honks that all Canadian drivers will have to learn by next spring.



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This week we also won, for the third year in a row, a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Radio show (can you say Three-Pete and Pat-Trick?) and we informed you of this:

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