Wind at My Back

Reconciliation

Season 5, Ep 10, Aired 2/11/01
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  • Episode Description
  • A man who worked with Hub at the lumber mill takes up a temporary position at the mine. The Bell Award is to be presented in New Bedford, and Honey, as the mayor's wife, must make a speech introducing the recipient of the award. Toppy struggles to find entertainment for the awards ceremony.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dylan Provencher

    Hubert "Hub" Bailey

  • James Carroll

    Max Sutton

  • Shirley Douglas

    May Bailey

  • Robin Craig

    Toppy Bailey (seasons 4-5, recurring previously)

  • Laura Bruneau

    Honey Bailey (seasons 4-5)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Honey: (introducing the award recipient) This year's recipient of the Bell Award demonstrates qualities that make a true founder of this region – honesty, bravery, generosity... (pauses and throws paper away) The truth is – this year's recipient is a stubborn and impatient woman. She also has beliefs she has stuck to her whole life. She has quietly helped anyone she could, and [she] saved my life. She was once my mother-in-life, but I still love her like a mother. She has fought a crippling stroke, all the while loving this town like it was hers. And really, it is, because I don't think there is a single person in this room who hasn't been touched by her decency, and her kindness and charity. So it is my pleasure to introduce to you the recipient of this year's Bell award, Mrs. May Bailey.

    • Travis: They want you to sell away your present for the future. Who knows what the future has in store? Max: Hope, that's what.

    Notes (1)

    • Kathryn Greenwood (Grace Bailey) does not appear in this episode.

    Allusions (1)

    • George Murphy: The town will erupt. Max Sutton will have to call in the O.P.P.
      The O.P.P. stands for Ontario Provincial Police, the force that policed rural Ontario.

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