November 23, 2011

In part one of this episode: B.C. braces for millions of tonnes of tsunami debris, people in Edmonton mourn the death of a young hockey player, a homeless woman finds dignity and meaning with Occupy Regina and a Winnipeg granny strives to be the wackiest person in the city.
 
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In part two of this episode: blue language from an angry Ottawa bus driver, the words of a long gone American soldier are turned into song for a War of 1812 commemoration, a Quebec country star sings a duet with Dolly Parton, and two birders in New Brunswick get the thrill of a lifetime when they spot an extraordinarily rare warbler.

 

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