Wednesday, January 20, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
The first half of the show this week is devoted to the crisis in Haiti (and remember you can learn more about how to help Haiti by visiting a special CBC Haiti Relief website - just click here to link to it): from Montreal... The Haitian community rallies to help quake victims in the old country by organizing a fund-raising concert. ...from Regina...a man fears the worst when he loses contact with friends and family during and after the 'quake ....from Vancouver... A Vancouver woman is overjoyed when her sister is freed from a collapsed building in downtown Port au Prince. ...from Gander... A pair of Newfoundlanders on a business trip to Haiti make an incredibly lucky decision -- they decide at the last minute to switch hotels and check into the only major hostelry in Port au Prince not to collapse in the 'quake. Also on the show...from Escuminac, N.B...A guy in this small rural community has the greatest little private hockey museum you've never heard of...in his basement...from Calgary... A new play in Calgary tells the story of a legendary prairie renegade who jumped into a small plane and bombed the downtown core of the Stampede City with...cow droppings and copies of his latest L-P...from Regina... the Irish are freezing their butts off this winter and a Dublin d.j. looks for winter survival tips from CBC Regina...and from St. John's... Newfoundlanders have a better idea for warding off the winter cold: vigorous celebration of Robbie Burns Day!
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