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  • Wednesday June 03, 2015

    JUNE 3, 2105 Part Two

    Linking the past and present for Ottawa children of Chinese and Vietnames immigrants, Calgary creationist discovers fish fossils and Montreal's Vibrant Voices choir.

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  • Wednesday June 03, 2015

    June 3, 2015 Part One

    How bears get into your so-called secured trash cans, Calgary's Marion Booth wins Bletchley Park Commemorative Badge, beluga whale spotting in Halifax and the spiritual struggle of Eric Morgan.

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  • Wednesday May 27, 2015

    MAY 27, 2015 Part Two

    Gout weed meets the propane powered weed wand, turtle tagging in the Wascana Marsh, one woman finds the possibility of re-invention at Toronto's housing complex Savard's and the U2 World tour starts in Vancouver and a sing a long on the street is part of

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  • Wednesday May 27, 2015

    MAY 27, 2015 Part One

    Crow nesting season leads to dive bombing humans, Royal Canadian Dental Corps one hundredth anniversary exhibit, Star Search Saskatchewan for Filipino community.

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  • Wednesday May 13, 2015

    MAY 13, 2015 Part Two

    Sistema system of music helps Toronto children from tough neighbourhoods focus and excel,singer-songwriter Aaron Berger shares his story and inspires young people in Labrador,DJ Kyle Brochu finds his grooveand Sheesham and Lotus perform at a house party i

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  • Wednesday May 13, 2015

    MAY 13, 2015 Part One

    Bill Ayotte, 71, receives the Star of Courage for wrestling a polar bear and saving a woman's life, two flight attendants reminisce on the 1979 flight with Vietnamese boat people to Ottawa, is the Dadbod a thing and world laughter day

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  • Wednesday May 20, 2015

    MAY 20,2015 Part Two

    Montreal Children's Hospital move affects one family very much because both children were adopted from the hospital, Aqua Viva, a Cuban music group performs in Toronto and reflects on new relationship with the U.S., promo dresses for the underpriveleged a

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  • Wednesday May 20, 2015

    MAY 20, 2015 Part One

    Backyard Bees in Regina, Vancouver Coastl health Think Before you let them Drink campaign and recovering addicts behind Toronot production of the Days of Wine and roses.

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  • Wednesday May 06, 2015

    MAY 6, 2015 Part Two

    Surfing and kayaking on the Ottawa River, fashion dolls get a Make-Under in Prince George, a Saskatchewan native elder helps urban natives learn about culture and traditional teachings and four women janitors lose their jobs in Labrador City Iron ore cuts

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  • Wednesday May 06, 2015

    MAY 6, 2015 Part One

    Toronto couple develops a method to protect their relationship from renovation stress, Calgary couple endures Air BnB home wrecking nightmare and Labrador City couple laid off and dreams are shattered.

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  • Wednesday April 29, 2015

    APRIL 29, 2015 Part two

    PEI doctor saves a man's life on subway track in Washington DC, Dr. Julio Montaner wins another award for his HIV/AIDS work, growing almonds in Saskatchewan research and the evolution of the rooming house.

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  • Wednesday April 29, 2015

    APRIL 29, 2015 Part One

    Chef Dave's Dugout in Saanich B.C., Montreal's 21 Swings installation, Alberta man wrestles cougar.

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  • Wednesday April 22, 2015

    APRIL 22, 2015 Part Two

    Plus size model from Saskatchewan chosen for new Lane Bryant ad, a Vancouver lawyer turned felt artist on his Star Wars Yarns and Schefferville Quebec celebrates its sixtieth birthday this year.

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  • Wednesday April 22, 2015

    APRIL 22, 2015 Part One

    Ottawa family making loving transition with 12 year old transgendered girl, Calgary physicist is also international soccer referee and the Canadian Navy names a ship after Margaret Brooke. The first ship named for a woman.

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  • Wednesday April 15, 2015

    APRIL 15, 2015 Part Two

    Aboriginal mother who is working hard to make a better life for her kids in Regina, Edmonton's Flora Kupsch makes a comeback as a cowboy action shooter and a new app called Be My Eyes offers help for the legally blind.

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  • Wednesday April 15, 2015

    APRIL 15, 2015 Part One

    Toronto's Peter Hamilton selfless rescue of a woman held hostage, Steve Earle from Halifax and his heroism during plane crash landing resonates for an Ontario classroom and Paul Nicholls begins horseback ride across Canada for Veterans.

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  • Wednesday April 08, 2015

    APRIL 8, 2015 Part Two

    Distracted driving crackdown in Vancouver yields 1,500 tickets in three weeks, Max Fairhusrt, Thunder Bay's seventeen year old unicycle advocate, the artistic collaboration between George Ling and John Little in Halifax and Corey Baskin's garage art galle

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  • Wednesday April 08, 2015

    APRIL 8, 2015 Part One

    Carnegie library system in Toronto, solvent abuse in downtown Winnipeg and the bizarre story of lynx that chased a goat into John Cox's living room.

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  • Wednesday April 01, 2015

    April 1, 2015 Part Two

    Saskatchewan bald eagles sent to Pittsburgh to help strengthen their bald eagle population, Inglewdews shoes of Vancouver celebrates one hundred years as a family business, five time world champion prepares for ParaPanam games and the X-files returns.

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  • Wednesday April 01, 2015

    April 1, 2015 Part One

    An Ottawa doctor invents a harmonica to use for voice therapy, Kamloops high school students spend March break at RCMP boot camp and a biologist explains how a polar bear ended up 315 km off shore of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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  • Wednesday March 25, 2015

    MARCH 25, 2015 Part Two

    Famed Chinese pianist Lang Lang and students in Vancouver, details of a documentary called Tree Man and Kamloops university students unwind with a rousing round of Quidditch.

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  • Wednesday March 25, 2015

    MARCH 25, 2015 Part One

    Calgary group refurbishes the Rolling Stones' studio on wheels,Happy Valley Goose Bay students at gypsy jazz concert and office workers in Winnipeg take a stand at their standing desks.

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  • Wednesday March 11, 2015

    MARCH 11,2015 Part Two

    Calgary man looks for snow plow operator who saved his baby daughter's life 28 years ago, pay phones are harder to find,whatever happened to broomball and how a former teacher became an ordained minister in Quebec City.

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  • Wednesday March 11, 2015

    MARCH 11, 2015 Part One

    Two women who have taken over the reins of their family businesses, the insecurity of working as a university professor these days and a pioneering new treatment for brain tumours being used in Vancouver.

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  • Wednesday March 04, 2015

    MARCH 4, 2015 Part Two

    New Westminster B.C. students in production of Footloose,Canadian Ranger member helps keep polar bears away from Labrador town, a profile of a first time Montreal singer songwriter and basketball and the Filipino community in Saskatchewan.

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  • Wednesday March 04, 2015

    MARCH 4, 2015 Part One

    Older worker in Ontario gets creative to find new work, the changing economic outlook for Churchill Manitoba and the experience of a Thunder Bay woman and her dog at the Westminster Kennel Club show.

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  • Wednesday February 25, 2015

    FEB 25, 2015 Part Two

    A Yukon man rides seven hundred kilometres in the winter on his bike i the Yukon Arctic Ultra, a dying man's final declaration leads to a song writing collaboration and Regina teacher has success in his classroom encouraging his students to stand.

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  • Wednesday February 25, 2015

    FEB 25, 2015 Part One

    An immigrant from Taiwan makes it her business to be part of her new Canadian community,reflections on the demolition of a residential school in B.C. and a Regina mom of two who works full time at a bank and is training for the mixed martial arts world ch

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  • Wednesday February 18, 2015

    FEB 18, 2015 Part Two

    Someone is dumping goldfish in Dragon Lake B.C. and the trout population is threatened, an update with a Newfoundland man who won two million dollars in the lottery two years ago, Regina students at Huda school learn Arabic and a Montreal man hopes to mak

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  • Wednesday February 18, 2015

    FEB. 18, 2015 Part One

    The French owned islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon and difficulties in exporting products to Canada, Thunder Bay teen and harp sensation Kayla Falkenholt and an oil and gas industry engineer fights back against mocking posts on social media about oil pat

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  • Wednesday February 11, 2015

    FEBRUARY 11, 2015 Part Two

    The epidemic of self harm among young people, a Regina musician shares her story, Shuswap little ones at the Pirate Loppett and Fathering Change: how men step in to help young black kids who don't have fathers.

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  • Wednesday February 11, 2015

    FEBRUARY 11, 2015 Part One

    Curling goes high tech but the lingo hasn't changed, Wrigley's closes Canadian gum plant due to declining demand and a 92 year old Saskatoon man gives up on his dream to build a dance hall on a bridge.

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  • Wednesday February 04, 2015

    FEBRUARY 4, 2015 Part Two

    Calvin Diamond, ten year old beatboxer explains and demonstrates his talent, the Sudbury Theatre Company's production Mourning Dove focusses on the Robert Latimer case, adventurer Will Gadd climbs up a frozen Niagara Falls and an Ottawa woman talks about

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  • Wednesday February 04, 2015

    FEBRUARY 4, 2015 Part One

    Louise Penny, internationally acclaimed author, speaks about her husband's dementia, a 72 year old B.C. woman meets a hip hop artist whose music drives her nuts and CBC Winnipeg's Trevor Dineen takes a turn conducting the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

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  • Wednesday January 28, 2015

    Jan 28, 2015 Part Two

    Ottawa church readies apartment for Syrian refugee family, harrowing ice rescue in Saskatchewan, guinea pig rescue farm near Montreal and young girls learn to play hockey in Ottawa.

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  • Wednesday January 28, 2015

    Jan 28, 2015 Part One

    Canada Boy Vinyl in Calgary, a vinyl record pressing plant, West Vancouver amputee prepares to ride motorcycle in Dakar Rally, the Eclectic reading Club in St. John's, and seniors and sex.

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  • Wednesday January 21, 2015

    JAN 21, 2015 Part Two

    Bryan Adams thirtieth anniversary Reckless tour original drummer, Roxy Theatre in Calgary up in smoke, Kamloops man ice fishing for relaxation and respite, Fort Frances Ontario high school first responders.

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  • Wednesday January 21, 2015

    JAN 21, 2015 Part One

    Friendship in the homeless community in Toronto, a New Brunswick gamecaster goes to X games, Calgary man survives fiery crash in Dakar Rally

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  • Wednesday January 14, 2015

    JAN 14, 2015 PART TWO

    Toronto woman pledges to read fifty books this year, Regina man and cold thermogenesis and Montreal chef Normand Laprise is named to the Order of Canada.

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  • Wednesday January 14, 2015

    Jan 14, 2015 Part One

    Dramatic Mexican rescue by Calgary triathlete, winter running advice and Oliver the cat finally came back.

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  • Wednesday January 07, 2015

    January 7, 2015 Part Two

    A near death experience leads to a career change from lawyer to romance writer, an Ottawa surgeon leaves for Haiti, a Kamloops chef gives back and newcomers to Montreal from London, England.

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  • Wednesday January 07, 2015

    January 7, 2015 Part One

    Ice fishing shack photographer, the smile tracker developed by a PhD student, longboarders and late night parkading and the growing problem of hoarding.

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  • Wednesday December 31, 2014

    DEC 31, 2014 Part two

    Calgary professor writing a book about Archie comics, part two of Nfld family who lost first newborn, Am I Next essay and North America's oldest bird count.

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  • Wednesday December 31, 2014

    DEC 31, 2014 Part One

    Teddy Bear hospital, loss of a newborn part one,divesting from fossil fuel stocks and a Vancouver man living with HIV/AIDS on how music helps keep him centred.

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  • Wednesday December 17, 2014

    December 17, 2014 Part Two

    A Prince George family adjusts their Christmas to accomodate their husband and father's Alzheimers, a dog is credited with saving a man's life in Windsor, Muslim women swim club, and the original drummer on the Charlie Brown's Christmas album.

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  • Wednesday December 17, 2014

    December 17, 2014 Part One

    A refugee family from Syria arrives in Sherbrooke Quebec, the story behind those ugly Christmas sweaters,Christmas for Seafarers at the Port of Vancouver and a Toronto initiative that helps immigrant women set up a catering collective.

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  • Wednesday December 10, 2014

    DECEMBER 10, 2014 Part Two

    A support group in Winipeg called Better Fathers, webbed wanderlust confounds a Nfld homeowner, bohemian waxwings in Alberta getting drunk on ripe berries and a Nunavut man finds the perfect Christmas tree two hours away by snowmobile.

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  • Wednesday December 10, 2014

    DECEMBER 10, 2014 PART ONE

    What makes the perfect Christmas tree to you, raising three toddlers after the sudden death of a spouse, Ottawa's new outdoor community oven and a Montreal walking tour inspired by a Laurie Anderson song.

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  • Wednesday December 03, 2014

    DECEMBER 3, 2014 Part Two

    Pot bellied pig owner wants to keep the family pet, new exhibit at Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the legendary imposter Ronald Ivan MacDonald and a Nanaimo Old Timer's Hockey league goalie's quick reaction saves a life.

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  • Wednesday December 03, 2014

    DECEMBER 3, 2014 Part One

    A Prince Rupert chef's attempt to win the annual Ocean Wise Chowder contest, a Montreal homeowner's exploding toilet nightmare, veteran stage actor Walter Learning in Miracle on 34th Stree and a Regina man and his goal of one thousand good deeds.

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  • Wednesday November 26, 2014

    NOVEMBER 26, 2014 Part Two

    Yodelling the western way, Vietnamese boat person thirty five years later,the Arboquebecium nursery in Quebec, lack of relief one year after Alberta floods

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  • Wednesday November 26, 2014

    NOVEMBER 26, 2014 Part One

    A grieving husband and father on the legacy of his wife, killed while walking on a sidewalk, nine year old Carson Burr raises money for Winnipeg hospital foundation, a robotic milking machine and surviving a grizzly attack

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  • Wednesday November 19, 2014

    November 19, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: the Canadian Facebook version of Not In My Name, mindfulness at Grandview Heights school in Edmonton and a 92 year old actor returns to the stage in Winnipeg.

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  • Wednesday November 19, 2014

    November 19, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: A cellist, a ferry terminal and a social experiment in Halifax, a tour of the 89 year old Windsor jail that has just closed, and immigrants in Prince George B.C. learn about the dangers of wild animals like bear and moose.

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  • Wednesday November 12, 2014

    November 12, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: one man's story of addiction that began with a doctor's prescription; trying to secure a pardon and build a better life; foraging for funghi; featuring the talent of the Musical Arts Club of Otttwa.

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  • Wednesday November 12, 2014

    November 12, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: pioneering a heart surgery that can be done as a day procedure; an Inut man mkaes a pilgrimmage to Europe to find the skeletons of 8 Inuit exhibited in zoos and died from smallpox; one man's mission to make stuttering cool.

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  • Wednesday November 05, 2014

    November 5th, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: the real life story of a Canadian Sherman tank called "Bomb"; the iconic war time photo "Wait for Me Daddy" is immortalized in a bronze sculpture; New Brunwick war vet is honoured by France's highest honour; 4 modern day heroes rescue a

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  • Wednesday November 05, 2014

    November 5th, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: the O'Brien family in Calgary is doing their best to turn a story of tragedy into one of hope; African American birth moms are choosing Canadian parents for their babies; mentoring young musical talent in Toronto

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  • Wednesday October 29, 2014

    October 29, 2014 - Part 2

    In this half hour: Ottawa couple scale down and embrace the tiny home movement; house purchase sours when new owners discover home was a former grow-op; up close and personal with a K-9 unit in Calgary; Ukrainian born pianist makes her home in New Brusnwi

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  • Wednesday October 29, 2014

    October 29, 2014 - Part 1

    In this half hour: One room school in Cape Breton may soon lose only teacher; History teacher from Winnipeg wins Governor Generals award; spoken word artist Shane Koyczan turns librettist with this novel Stickboy; fly hook flying club for kids in Newfou

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  • Wednesday October 22, 2014

    October 22, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: Regina reporter raises an intersting question when RCMP did not reveal a murder. When can a murder be private? Prescription drug abuse from the perspective of a recovered rapper in Vancouver. Sewing tiny dresses for babies that never ma

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  • Wednesday October 22, 2014

    October 22, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: Grade 3 student in Kamloops sent home from school for wearing head scarves; Prince Rupert mom supports her daughter becoming her son; Ottawa girl with cancer has a dream to own a pony; Airdrie teenager launches positive "post-it" campa

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  • Wednesday October 15, 2014

    October 15, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: bees used to help green landscape damaged by Sudbury mining operations; the Gully Marine protected area under threat from oil and gas exploration; dental checkup for a polar bear; a walk through history's closet at the Vancouver Museum

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  • Wednesday October 15, 2014

    October 15, 2014 Part One

    In thishalf hour: high cost of heartbreak in the workplace; no references becoming new policy for some businesses; a high end bike theft with a a bitter sweet ending; nostaligic visit with a Calgary movie poster shop whis is up for sale.

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  • Wednesday October 08, 2014

    October 8th, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: A transgendered Iranian talks about new life in Vancouver; Troubled youth in Regina find support from former cook; medical marijuana grower deals with NIMBYism: Mi'kmaq calendar helsp track seasons and passage of time.

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  • Wednesday October 08, 2014

    October 8th, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: family from Dorval invents bed that kills bed bugs; world's larget beaver dam in Wood buffalo National park; foragint for food in the woods near Prince George; salmon spawning in Toronto.

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  • Wednesday October 01, 2014

    October 1st, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: Caribou Legs epic run from Vancouver to Yellowknife; Tar Sands Messiah challenges the celbrity critics of the oil sands; Women on the gun range in Saskatoon; Iceis Rain-entrepeneur and drag queen

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  • Wednesday October 01, 2014

    October 1st, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: Buck 65 fufills a life long baseball dream; A VW van tale gate party in Nelson; people with idsabilities discover thejoy of flying; Newfoundland WWI vets remembered with cermaic poppies in London

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  • Wednesday September 24, 2014

    September 24, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour...we travel to mythical Sable Island. This tiny island south east of Nova Scotia is Canada's newest national park. It's legendary for its unique beauty, shipwrecks...and of course its horses. The Halifax morning show made broadcasting

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  • Wednesday September 24, 2014

    September 24, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour...more stories from Sable Island including a debate on whether the isalnds mythical horses belong in Canada's newest national park.

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  • Wednesday September 17, 2014

    September 17, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour: Inuk woman part of search team that found the wreckage of Franklin ship; Calgary pilot lives to tell the tale when the engine on hisCessna quit; first Syrian refugees arrive in Vancouver; a man's inflatable tug boat attracts attention o

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  • Wednesday September 17, 2014

    September 17, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour: adoption stories. Winnipeg Dad talks aboutthe difficulties of adopting two boys from the Ukraine; adoption disruption - when things go badly and the adoption is called off; and a Calgary couple chooses to adopt a baby with Downs Syndrom

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  • Wednesday September 10, 2014

    September 10, 2014 Part One

    In this half-hour: Canada's first Gelato University; the wonders of fermented food; price of hazelnuts sky rocket as world crop threatened; and spam sushi (we're not kidding!)

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  • Wednesday September 10, 2014

    September 10, 2014 Part Two

    In this epispode, an ex-gang member says aboriginal girls are easy to recruit; a young boy questions keeping his braids; Labrador principal bans cell phones; a new tv show featues aboriginal youth playing traditional games.

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  • Wednesday September 03, 2014

    September 3, 2014 - Part 2

    in this half hou: crappy summer jobs,skateboard camp for inner city kids, cleaning our beaches to save our oceans and the latest craze -doing yoga on standup paddle boards.

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  • Wednesday September 03, 2014

    September 3, 2014 - Part 1

    In this half hour, a comboy track meet near Edmonton, shopping for souveniers in Victoria, a Danish tourist takes issue with our car culture and square watermelons with a hefty price tab.

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  • Wednesday June 18, 2014

    June 18, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; honey bees invade an Alberta home; tour of a popular farmers market in Quebec; and students in Ferryland Newfoundland learn the magic of radio.

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  • Wednesday June 18, 2014

    June 18, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; Brain Sinclair inquest wraps up in Winnipeg; Ottawa film makers record seniors through a program called Reel Youth; Chilliwack couple uses paint gun to deter thieves; Regina man writes book about newcomers to Canada.

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  • Wednesday June 11, 2014

    June 11, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; a Winnipeg bridal institution closes; St John's nurse saves ten lucky ducklings; and Penticton students help restore that city's aquatic heritage.

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  • Wednesday June 11, 2014

    June 11, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; a Halifax woman strikes up a friendship with the man who murdered her father; preview of the Wendake pow wow in Quebec; Ottawa man builds a bike blender; Alberta reunion.

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  • Wednesday June 04, 2014

    June 4, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; a young Nova Scotia woman fights for age appropriate housing for people in care; the joys of being a host family for the Regina Red Sox; Cambridge Bay grad; and the story of the 100 kilogram Halibut.

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  • Wednesday June 04, 2014

    June 4, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour, Crowfoot regalia returns to Alberta; Thunder Bay fights Canada Geese with Harris Hawks; the legacy of a Montreal surgeon lives at Africa hospital; Cree bilingual program in Saskatoon; cracking down on Kelowna dog owners.

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  • Wednesday May 28, 2014

    May 28, 2014 - Part 1

    In this half hour; a former Canadian soldier says a rescue mission triggered PTSD; a 17 year old Newfoundland bird lover searches for the shy Boreal Owl; cloned scotch; and singing school safety patrols in Winnipeg.

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  • Wednesday May 28, 2014

    May 28, 2014 - Part 2

    In this half hour; polar bear hunter Bobby Gruben provides for his people; pole dancing concussion; the state of the honey bee near Ottawa; world champion curler Ed Lukowich turns science fiction author.

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  • Wednesday May 21, 2014

    May 21 2014 Part one

    In part one. Along the Bow River in Calgary,two automated, self-cleaning toilets were installed along the Bow River in back in 2010.They come with a price tag of more than $200 thousand dollars each.Now the city is restricting access.

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  • Wednesday May 21, 2014

    May 21 2014 Part two

    In part two. Nestled between Lady Lake,and the Harbour Grace highway in Newfoundland,is a little piece of history.To the naked eye, it's just a grassy pasture. But to pilots and local historians.It's a perfectly preserved,vintage airfield.

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  • Wednesday May 14, 2014

    May 14, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; from Newfoundland the relevance of publication bans; sasquatch sighting in bc?; mounting a whale skeleton exhibit; fake lawns and the people in Ottawa who love them.

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  • Wednesday May 14, 2014

    May 14, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; an aboriginal film maker documents the struggle with addiction in his community; friendly ground hogs in Edmonton; returned ring in Thunder Bay; and Halifax YMCA closes.

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  • Wednesday May 07, 2014

    May 7, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; Saskatoon friends share crazy Los Vegas vacation story; Thunder Bay student's successful " will you marrow me " campaign; Montreal bagels are a big hit in New York City.

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  • Wednesday May 07, 2014

    May 7, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; pop up shooting ranges near Calgary have cattle farmers worried; Edmonton woman shares her struggle with food; big hole golf in BC; Apollo 5 Brass Quintet tours Labrador City.

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  • Wednesday April 30, 2014

    April 30, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; Edmonton cameraman talks about his experience shooting Imax film; retired BC Elvis impersonator works with inner-city youth; Windsor student invents device for the visually impaired; 15 year old Hindi folk singer wins competition.

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  • Wednesday April 30, 2014

    April 30, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; meet the bacon brothers of Moncton; Ottawa's Arctic Circle Club celebrates anniversary; elk hunting returns to BC's lower mainland; Halifax artists repair what they believe is the statue of a saint.

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  • Wednesday April 23, 2014

    April 23 2014 Part One

    In this episode; Saskatchewan farmer sprays canola oil on dusty roads; John Gaudi drops in on a circus troupe in Labrador; comedian Bill Pats of Winnipeg finds humour in dark parts of his past; and Edmonton's prehistoric prospectors.

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  • Wednesday April 23, 2014

    April 23 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; Montreal doctor researches handshake strength and end of life care; nettles become the new " it " food in Vancouver; crickets and sti study in halifax; and tragic love story at Watson's Mill Ontario.

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  • Wednesday April 16, 2014

    April 16, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; Atikokan's Mike Ranta on his cross country paddle; Ottawa's female bomb disposal expert; Edmonton man compiles best cities list to survive zombie attack, and what's up with the word skeet?

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  • Wednesday April 16, 2014

    April 16, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; a Vancouver driving school for seniors; Orpheum Theatre in Estevan turns 100; how would you react campaign at Dalhousie University in Halifax; hip hop music program in Quebec.

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  • Wednesday April 09, 2014

    April 9, 2014 Part One

    In this episode; Newfoundland medical team travels to Haiti; Saskatchewan teacher Bruce Farrer sends former students back to the future; African ski instructor loves her classroom in the Rockies.

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  • Wednesday April 09, 2014

    April 9, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; Roots and Ties program in BC; Joe Siddall joins Blue Jays broadcast radio; Rideau Search and Rescue unit; Nathan Best of Whitehorse on living with children with autism; Winnipeg Zoo trip.

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  • Wednesday April 02, 2014

    April 2, 2014 Part One

    In this half hour; a Winnipeg doctor talks about his hunt for Josef Mengele; a beloved children's author is translated into Mi'Kmaq and a BC woman is on the receiving end of a reno-viction, again.

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  • Wednesday April 02, 2014

    April 2, 2014 Part Two

    In this half hour; a Montreal mother and soldier reunion; learning tricks of the trade at a Lebanese barber shop in Calgary; church gossip in Halifax; and Elvis the beagle.

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