Tuesday, November 16, 2010 | Categories: Episode Update
From Gravenhurst (Ont)...Repatriated quilt. A 100 year old quilt is at the centre of a First World War mystery that connects Gravenhurst with a family in a small French town.
From Regina (Sask)...Halifax bomber. A crusade to salvage the vintage plane from the ocean floor off the coast of Ireland.
From Airdrie (Alta)...Flying again. A former Air Canada pilot wins a human rights case against mandatory retirement.
From Vancouver (BC)...Dancing with Trudeau. A spin on a dance floor marked the beginning of a 15 year friendship with the former Prime Minister.
From Cape Breton (NS)...Police at War. A retired police officer is fighting for compensation for the injuries he received while serving in Bosnia.
From Prince George (BC)...Disgusting Cop Shop. Will Prince George taxpayers agree to foot the bill for the city's deteriorating RCMP detachment?
From Winnipeg (Man)...Clothing ex-cons. The John Howard Society is helping released prisoners dress for success.
From Montreal...Chicken Wars. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey is taking a bite out of barbequed chicken in the city's restaurant scene.
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