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    September 18, 2013 - Part 1

    In part one,12 years ago Calgary's Robert Maiman fell into a crevasse while climbing in the Rockies. He survived the fall but lost his backpack. Or did he? And the story of a Vancouver woman who used social media to track down her stolen bike.

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