Tuesday, September 21, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
From Halifax (NS)...Going to Australia. Two Nova Scotia women thought they'd hit the jackpot by getting tickets to the first show of Oprah's last season.
Then they found out about the door prize.
From Montreal (Que)...Kicking butt in America. A Montreal woman was dealt a tough hand when she was growing up. Now she's looking for a new deal on this season of "The Apprentice".
From Winnipeg, Manitoba and Neche, North Dakota...in search of bargains south of the border. It's not cross-border shopping...but rather cross-border shipping.
From Resolute Bay (Nunavut)...Inuit families revisit a shameful chapter in Canadian history. They were exiled far from home as part of a federal government plan to assert Arctic sovereignty.
From Toronto (Ont)...Subway trauma. A transit driver recounts the day a man committed suicide in front of her train.
From Montreal (Que) ...Drivers beware. New fines and new signs designed to get drivers to pay attention to pedestrians in crosswalks.
From Kelowna (BC)...Saying the final goodbye - over the web.
A funeral home is now offering a webcasting option for funeral services.
From Saskatoon (Sask)...Bandana relief. They are soft, and pretty and the perfect prescription for the newly bald. No more scratchy scarves for people who have lost their hair due to chemo.
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From Vancouver (BC)...AIDS barriers. Finding work is not always easy for people living with HIV/AIDS. One man makes ends meet with recycled treasure.
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