Season Two

Episode 10 - Sue Klabunde - (Final episode for Season 2)


Sue Klabunde burst into rooms with an infectious joy and energy. An artist all her life, nothing that touched her hands remained mundane. Sue used her artistic skills to create innovative businesses, but her most important role was that of mother. When Sue found out she was pregnant at 43, it was a shock.  Sadly, Sue's third child, a healthy baby boy, is growing up without her. Meet Sue Klabunde, a talented artist, vibrant soul and devoted mother.


The documentary on Sue Klabunde was by Bob Murphy in Halifax.

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Episode 9 - David Sealy


David Sealy was a brilliant man with a wondrous way with words.  Born in Trinidad, he arrived in Canada as a boy of eleven, and pursued a rich and wide-ranging path through the hallways of academia.  His influence on his fellow scholars and students was immeasurable... and imparted through the spoken word, in the rich tradition of stump speakers and Socratic riffs. David Sealy's life was a celebration of ideas, pursued with dogged delight.



The documentary on David Sealy was made by Tina Pittaway in Toronto.

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Episode 8 - Gladys Evelyn Cook


Born in a tent on the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation in Manitoba, Gladys Evelyn Cook would become one of the first voices to speak out about the abuses in Canada's residential schools. In later years she would also be one of the few who would forgive her attacker during an emotional reunion at the Elkhorn Residential School. Gladys was able to move past her own difficult history to become a caring drug and alcohol counsellor, and mentor. She was also instrumental in changing the corrections system in Manitoba to include awareness of aboriginal culture for offenders and staff. A woman of great courage and forgiveness.

(In the photo, Gladys with son Jeff.)

The documentary on Gladys Evelyn Cook was by Suzanne Dufresne in Winnipeg.

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