Wednesday, October 24, 2012 | Categories: Episode Update
In part one, we focus on stories about bullying in the wake of the death of BC teen Amanda Todd. Mistee Dukart of Estevan, SK tells her story after her own teenage daughter Aeramis committed suicide. We hear from teenagers in Kelowna, BC and Rexdale, Ontario. And we go to Charlottetown, PEI, to learn about a new mobile app for bystanders to report bullying.
In part two, we meet Ottawa's Peter Joynt, aka rapper The Joynt, who uses music, love and irrepressible optimism to control his stuttering tongue. We hear a plea for help from Montreal-area homeowner Pascal Robitaille, whose brand new home is sinking as the foundation shifts and cracks. And we find out why a love-sick bull elk had to be relocated from its home near 100 Mile House, BC.