Episodes

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2: Campbell River. Logging, mining and paper-milling are destroyingthe giant fish which made this Vancouver island town "the salmon capital of the world". A Tony Wilkinson production

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Unknown: Tony Wilkinson

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3: The Gazette is Montreal's only remaining English-language newspaper. Accusations of "linguistic cleansing" are rife and the anglophone community is leaving in droves. A Tony Wilkinson production

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Unknown: Tony Wilkinson

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Nokomis, Saskatchewan. The last of the series travels to the prairie town of Nokomis, population 459, a town which thinks big. It has its own hospital, two banks, two grocery stores and two restaurants. This week, Lyle Emmons , wheat farmer, stationer and publisher of the local paper, The Last Mountain Times, is printing money which can be spent only in his home town. A Tony Wilkinson production

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Unknown: Lyle Emmons

Unknown: Tony Wilkinson