October 31, 2012

In part one, an escaped captive tells her dramatic story for the first time. Kidnapped, tied up and abused for 26 days, a Newfoundland woman shares how she survived long enough to break free of her torturer. Also, we go to Vancouver, where advocates of cargo bicycles say they can haul anything a car can haul. And we go to a Winnipeg mall to meet some bilingual Canadians who speak a second language other than French.

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In part two, a Saskatchewan RCMP corporal remembers her husband, a fellow officer who was killed in the line of duty. A marine biologist explains how he's tracking a lost baby beluga in the harbour of Montreal. A Calgary couple recounts their close call on a rapidly sinking ship. And we find out what it takes to grow pumpkins from seeds to spooky jack-o-lanterns with a group of five-year-olds in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland.

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