Wednesday, September 15, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
From Fredericton (NB)...the story of a woman whose ex-boyfriend will be released from prison after serving only two-thirds of his four-year sentence for criminal harassment. She's terrified...but the system won't do a thing.
From Ottawa (Ont)...He survived the Second World War and was awarded the Order of Canada for coming to the aid of US diplomats during the Iran Hostage Crisis. But what happens when he needs a long-term care bed?
From London (Ont)...The Booker Prize for Fiction honours the best original full-length novel. And this year the winner could be a writer from London, Ontario. Tune in for the surprised reaction from Emma Donoghue .
From Toronto (Ont)...Fed Up. A Toronto woman bids a not so fond farewell to 'Hogtown'. She says the city is the least wheelchair accessible urban centre in the country.
From Esterhazy (Sask)... Testosterone City. A small mining community has had a huge jump in population, almost literally overnight. We'll head to the outskirts of town for a tour of 'Man-Camp'.
From Shannon (QC)... Tapped Out. The people of Shannon, Quebec now have clean potable water for the first time in almost a decade.
From Vancouver (BC)... Call me Shirley. 20 years ago she watched, with the world, as her son was dying of aids. Dr. Peter Jepson-Young's mom reflects on her son's incredible legacy.
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