October 21, 2009

From Toronto, two pioneering women explain how they overcame sexism to become champion long distance runners; from Baffin Island, how an obsession with soft drinks is taking over a small Inuit village; from Saskatoon, a young graffiti artist sues local police for destroying his artwork; from Halifax, heroic court workers step in to disarm a knife-wielding woman; from Calgary, imported British Bobbies patrol city streets; from Vancouver, United Church members help the hungry on the city's downtown east side by producing a fund-raising CD and from Montreal, a barista competes to make Canada's best cup of coffee.

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