The Afternoon Edition - Sask | Aug 23, 2012 | 6:24

Vote Friendly Giant

For nearly 30 years, a giant man with a kind heart capitivated children on TV. Now, a Saskatchewan resident is trying to get him on Canada's Walk of Fame. Dianne Young is starting a movement to get the Friendly Giant, aka Bob Homme, his own star in Toronto.

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