Wednesday, August 18, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
From Vancouver...Bartering Barbers. A duo from down under set up show on a Vancouver street corner, trading haircuts to pay for their travel.
From Edmonton...Itching for relief. Edmontonians are swatting their way through the summer as mosquitos invade the city.
From Nunavut...When Nanook comes knocking on your tent door. We hear from a man who punched a polar bear and lived to tell about it.
From Toronto...Not a pipe dream but a dream come true. The Paris-Port Dover Pipe Band's very close and musical encounter with Paul McCartney.
From St. John's...The end of an esteemed institution. Newfoundland's only school for the deaf is closing its doors.
From La Tuque, Quebec...A shrinking parish faces a harsh reality and closes its church. We speak with one of the Archdeacons of the Quebec Diocese.
From Regina... Talk about marinated meat! A cattle company that feeds its boozing bovines wine.
From Winnipeg...how green is this neighbourhood? A Winnipeg suburb was suppose to be a green innovator. We find out if it lives up to its billing.
From Vancouver...What's in a name? A lot if you're selling homes. Find out how they come up with them and if they help make the sale.
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