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Season 4 Episode 6

November 11, 1996

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Nov 11, 1996 on CBC
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November 11, 1996
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Segments include: - Preston Manning finds three replacement MPs - Ross Perot's post-election plans - Ozone hole sets record - The Multicorp investigation - Streeter: Impressions of Washington - "22 Minutes in the Woods" - "Canada's Funniest Home Videos"

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    Mary Walsh

    Mary Walsh

    News Anchor Molly Maguire, Marg Delahunty, Dakey Dunn, Mrs. Eulalia, Mom Reardon, Connie Bloor, Various Others (Seasons 1-10, re

    Rick Mercer

    Rick Mercer

    News Anchor J.B. Dickson, Billy Smithopolis, Stewart Steed, Various Others (Season 1-8)

    Cathy Jones

    Cathy Jones

    News Anchor Sydney Debizzinchik, Babe Bennett, Joe Crow, Heather Colter, Mrs. Enid, Dr. Susan Enright, Various Others

    Greg Thomey

    Greg Thomey

    Newsanchor Frank MacMillan, Jerry Boyle, Eddie Reardon, Peter Morris, Chip McAllister, Various Others (Seasons 1-11, recurring

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      • J.B. Dickson: "The ozone hole over the Antartic may soon set the record as being the world's biggest. This is the first year that the world's biggest hole will not be a head of state."

        J.B. Dickson: "Ontario premier Mike Harris has put forth a plan that will collapse the cities of Toronto, North York, Etobicoke, East York, and Scarborough into one big metropolis called 'The City of Toronto.' The upside is the plan is expected to save the province up to nine million dollars. On the downside, there will now be more Toronto."

        Sydney Debizzinchik: "Britain's first all-gay rugby team received official recognition in London last week. The King's Cross Steelers have been accepted as full members of the Surrey Rugby Football Union. The players say they are no different from any of the heterosexual rugby players in the union, except when they say 'bite me,' they really mean it."

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