Wednesday, May 11, 2011 | Categories: Episode Update
David Bronstetter hosts the program from Montreal this week. He brings us stories about things lost, and things found.
In Thunder Bay, Sherri Loveday found a treasure trove of old letters and war memorabilia in the laundromat where she works.
In Labrador City, mineworkers find a family of racoons in a crate meant to contain crane parts from Ontario.
And in Mirror, Alberta, people are trying to find the person who is poisoning their dogs.
Tennis anyone? We check in with Montreal Island's Fifty Plus Games.
Hair stylists in Manitoba are on the alert for women who are being abused at home.
David also tells us that spring floods are wreaking havoc everywhere. Even Lake Champlain is rising. The upside: you can watch herons catch fish from your kitchen window. The downside? The fish are swimming on your lawn.
And you'll hear from an Indie band called "The Provincial Archive" that is touring provincial archives across the country, and wants to borrow instruments in St. John's because their own might get wrecked in transit.