Wednesday, June 30, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
On today's show...From Halifax...Lessons in eye contact and curtsying. Queen Elizabeth arrives for a cross-country tour and Nova Scotia's chief of protocol tells us what she's done to prepare everyone for the visit.
From Toronto...she shoots, she scores... a place in history. Angela James is one of the first two women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
From Winnipeg....Forget about the price of gas, what about the price of HAY? It's the start of travel season and we'll hear about an extraordinary road trip as we meet a couple crossing the prairies in a covered wagon.
From Yellowknife, an academic hide tanning... we head to a bush university in the North West Territories where students are learning about politics... from moosehide.... and it's not as much of a stretch as you might think.
From St. John's... They're not switching gears. We'll hear about two cyclists heading off to do the Tour de France the old fashioned way... with single speed bicycles!
From Vancouver...25 years to say we're sorry. The Prime Minister has apologized for the Air India debacle, but how can victims' families and the rest of us move forward from this shameful chapter?
From Ottawa...Breaking down barriers with the beautiful game. Armenian and Turkish players unite to win a community cup competition.
From Regina...the white man for the job. A Saskatchewan man tells us how he put his best face forward for a pretty easy gig in China.
And finally from Edmonton...could saving a buck ruin your wedding day? We hear about the downside of hiring a friend or family member to take shots on your big day.
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