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PART TWO DECEMBER 28, 2016

Building a backyard rink, a Montrealer shares his technique, Toronto woman living in social housing helps out the less fortunate, Sudbury classroom with no desks but lots of tech and Kamloops woman using century old printer
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PART ONE DECEMBER 28, 2016

Great horned owl survives car grill crash in Camrose Alta, a 31 year old Afghanistan war vet and a 95 year old WW2 vet in Montreal converse and compare notes and reasons to unplug devices well before bed.
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PART TWO DECEMBER 21, 2016

Abuse survivor from Happy Valley Goose Bay speaks out, PEI first nations school Christmas concert, Ontario widow tracks down owner of sports medal given to her late husband ans whistling busker in Calgary
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PART ONE DECEMBER 21, 2016

PEI woman owes her life to off duty Ontario nurse, Port Moody BC teens help less fortunate,Regina daycare kids ages 3 and 4 help food banks and clash between hikers and snowmobilers on Mont Groulx range in Quebec
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PART TWO DEC 14,2016

Ontario pilot project for dialysis in northern communities, Montreal man released after 47 days in Libya, outdoor skating in Toronto and Bob Dylan's driver.
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PART ONE DECEMBER 14, 2016

Syrian refugee learning to drive, chasing away mice in Nova Scotia, 17 year old music prodigy in Lunenburg and 100 days of Cree in Saskatchewan.
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PART TWO DECEMBER 7, 2016

Les Main Tendres gives workshop in Labrador, writing letters to Santa and the history of the Christmas fruitcake.
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PART ONE DECEMBER 7, 2016

Six generations of women in one family gather,Toronto homeless man finds new home and life and gives back, Lynn Johnstone creator of comic For Better or For Worse on the changing world of comics
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NOVEMBER 30, 2016 PART TWO

Mount Pearl non fatal crashes, Calgary Syrian refugee update, Montreal man swims across the world and Saskatchewan man searches for owner of old book.
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NOVEMBER 30, 2016 PART ONE

94 years in the same house...Kamloops weapon maker and Nova Scotia ballroom dance judge goes to world championship
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NOVEMBER 23, 2016 PART TWO

New Brunswick students meet violin prodigy with disability, Calgary's little free pantry, Quebec City professional bowler wins US Open and the day in the life of a Winnipeg pathologist
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NOVEMBER 23, 2016 PART ONE

Kindness on the Toronto subway, Thunder Bay Colour TV Man and an Irma Alberta senior wins fifty million dollars in the lottery
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NOVEMBER 16, 2016 Part Two

The forgotten coast of Labrador, Chinese grave history tour in Burnaby BC, sisters separated since they were toddlers reunited in Winnipeg after forty years and Kamloops heavy vehicle rescue training.
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NOVEMBER 16, 2016 PART ONE

DNA testing to ID dogs when their owners don't pick up, Nalah Ayed, CBC Foreign Correspondent receives Honourary Doctorate and a three kilometre long skating rink through a forest.
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NOVEMBER 9, 2016 PART TWO

Habitat for Humanity home recipient in Kamloops, Thunder Bay female farrier, Saskatoon vet's new book describes his animal escapade and 84 year old ski instructor in Quebec
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NOVEMBER 9,2016 PART ONE

Come from Away play in Gander, Ottawa home experiments with ipod music lists for dementia patients and Alberta's oldest citizen Jennie Sutherland turns 110.
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PART TWO NOVEMBER 2,2016

Montreal doctor gives back to Nepal after earthquake, remembering wedding at Taylor Field in Regina, the messy church in Winnipeg and speed friending in Halifax.
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NOVEMBER 2, 2016 PART ONE

Family on a farm near Ottawa, Josh Pelland recovers from accident in Calgary, Mexican family deported from Toronto and first anniversary of Tofino tour boat tragedy commemorated.
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OCTOBER 26, 2016 PART TWO

Dog poo problems in Toronto,PEI composer creates thousands of tunes for video games and TV, Montreal company using milkweed plant for insulation in clothing and Moncton podcast called Black in the Maritimes
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OCTOBER 26, 2016 PART ONE

Finding Refuge, a series from CBC Vancouver wins Webster Award, Edmonton chef challenges critics, book hunters of Kamloops and Winnipeg pharmacy has fentanyl test kits
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OCTOBER 19, 2016 PART TWO

Soular backpacks for students in rural African communities and McGill student, Kamloops school teaching hydroponic produce growing and the strange Nfld and Labrador speech pattern called ingressive pulmonic speech.
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OCTOBER 19, 2016 PART ONE

Relaxed Theatre in Sudbury, Ricky the Rooster in Vancouver's Stanley park and Ottawa area program for first responders and PTSD recovery.
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PART ONE OCTOBER 12, 2016

Survivor of Christchurch NZ earthquake talks about the experience in light of CBC Vancouver Fault Lines podcast, Green Book play in Halifax and widow has husband's ashes soar across Idaho canyon.