Wednesday, October 17, 2012 | Categories: Episode Update
In part one, a Halifax Imam reacts to the Canadian government's dismissal of non-Christian prison chaplains. We also meet a Thunder Bay woman who survived an attack by a black bear. And we hear the heartwarming story of a cross-country gift from a Winnipeger to a Newfoundland musician.
In part two, find out how a Laval woman became a mom at the age of 55; hear why a St. John's woman has a bone to pick with this year's Sears Christmas Wishbook; find out why L.M. Montgomery's childhood journals were severely edited before they were published back in 1985; and go behind-the-scenes at Saguenay's "La Fabuleuse", an historic pageant staged almost entirely by volunteers.