The CBC occupies a unique position of trust. Not only is it the most substantial and broadly-based broadcast journalism organization in Canada, but it is also funded, through Parliament, by the people of Canada. The CBC, therefore, considers it a duty to provide consistent, high-quality information upon which all citizens may rely. Sample Class Online: The Play-Doh that you love to play with today was invented completely by accident back in the 1930s. When Noah Vickers created a putty out of flour, water, salt, boric acid, and mineral water, his family's soap company saw great potential in it as a way to clean wallpaper since it didn't contain any toxic chemicals and could be reused. His nephew Joseph remarketed it as a toy — his sister-in-law's brilliant idea! She even came up with the name Play-Doh. Although the ingredients are still a secret, Play-Doh is still popular for arts and crafts because it is not toxic and is easy to clean up.