Monday, September 27, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
From Edmonton (Alta)...Stuck in a combine. 82 year old Ray Como survives after 21 hours wedged upside down in his combine.
From Winnipeg (Man)...Curious cub gets stuck on a train. A train-side snack snags an unsuspecting bear cub.
From Victoria (BC)...A venison banquet. One environmentalist's solution to the nuisance deer problem.
From Vancouver (BC)...Real-life Guitar Hero. Don Alder finger-picked his way to guitar stardom.
From Upper Island Cove (Nfld)...Surviving Igor. Cleaning up after hurricane Igor includes a party when the lights get turned on.
From Kawacatoose (Sask)...After the storm. It's been two months since a summer tornado on this First Nation reserve and life is far from back to normal.
From Winnipeg (Man), Inuvik (NWT) and Toronto (Ont)...Little Mosque on the Tundra. After a 4,000 kilometre journey Muslims in Inuvik get a new house of worship.
From Yellowknife (NWT) and Toronto (Ont)...Pink and pricey. A rare and very, large pink diamond could break records at auction.
From Cornerbrook (Nfld)...Help wanted. A frustrated employer says text messaging addicts need not apply.
From Montreal (Que)...We listen in to Karkwa - this year's Polaris Prize winner for best album of the year.
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