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    Heartland

    Heartland

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    CBC (Returning Fall 2014)
    Life is hard on the Flemings' ranch in the Alberta foothills where abused or neglected horses find refuge with a kind, hard-working family. Debts abound and the bank is about to foreclose. Can they keep the ranch running?moreless
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    Murdoch Mysteries

    Murdoch Mysteries

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    A Victorian-era Toronto detective uses then-cutting edge forensic techniques to solve crimes, with the assistance of a female coroner who is also struggling for recognition in the face of tradition. The characters are adapted from the Detective Murdoch novels by Maureen Jennings.moreless
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    Being Erica

    Being Erica

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    Thirty-two years old, perpetually single and struggling economically, Erica Strange gets serious about understanding where it all went wrong with the help of the mysterious Dr. Tom. In each episode, Erica relives a deeply regretted part of her past and has the chance to do it all over again differently so as to make a positive change in her "present" life. The series, which premiered January 5th, 2009 on CBC in Canada, is currently airing in the U.S. on the cable channel SOAPnet. In May of 2010, both CBC and SOAPnet announced plans to renew the hit dramedy for a third 13 episode season (Season Two had only twelve due to CBC budget cutbacks). While new episodes began airing in Canada on September 21, 2010, U.S. fans will have to wait until January of 2011 for Season Three of Being Erica.moreless
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    Emily of New Moon

    Emily of New Moon

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    CBC (ended 2000)
    Based upon the trilogy by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Emily of New Moon follows the life of orphaned Emily Bryd Starr who is sent to live with her stern Aunt Elizabeth and kind Aunt Laura. She becomes friends with Ilse Burnley, whose mother mysteriously vanished when she was a child. Nearby lives Teddy Kent, whose mother is overbearing and to complete the cast of characters is the charming Perry Miller, the chore boy at New Moon. While the TV series is not faithful to the books, it is still good family entertainment. Original Books: Emily of New Moon Emily Climbs Emily's Questmoreless
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    NHL Stanley Cup Finals

    NHL Stanley Cup Finals

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    Hockey Night In Canada has been a national institution in Canada since 1952, when Foster Hewitt's familiar "Hello, Canada!" ushered hockey fans into the era of television. The first NHL game to be televised on Canadian Broadcasting Company was a game in Montreal on Oct. 11, 1952 and the first Finals in 1953, which were broadcast in French on CBC Radio-Canada only in Quebec, perhaps only in the Montreal area. Rene Lecavalier was the play-by-play man and only the three games in Montreal were televised. English language telecasts began in 1954 with Danny Gallivan at the microphone. Danny was followed by Bill Hewitt and Bob Cole were the primary play-by-play announcers through the 2008 Finals. Beginning in 2009, Jim Hughson took over the play-by-play duties with Craig Simpson alongside for color commentary.

    The Finals telecasts have been hosted by Ron McLean since 1987. He also hosts the popular Coach's Corner with the outspoken Don Cherry.moreless
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    The Border

    The Border

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    CBC (ended 2010)
    In this post-9/11 world the once "undefended border" that divides Canada and the U.S. is no longer considered soft. This CBC programs lifts stories from the headlines to fuel an action-packed dramatic series about maintaining security in today's world. The series follows the Immigration and Customs Security (ICS) main team lead by Major Mike Kessler.moreless
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    North of 60

    North of 60

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    CBC (ended 1997)
    Created by Wayne Grigsby and Barbara Samuels, NORTH OF 60 follows the lives of the residents of Lynx River, a small town on the North-West of Canada. Their lives are full of friendships, stories, romaces, hopes, fears and more. The show was shot in Bragg Creek, Alberta. Through years the show became one of the most popular series in canadian history. The show drew almost a million people per week to their TV sets. Series: aired from December 1992 until December 1997. 90 episodes were aired. The series continued in movies that aired after them! Movies: 5 movies were aired till now write after the series. New movie (Distant Drumming) was filmed on August, 2003, and finally aired on January 30, 2005!moreless
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    Bo On The Go!

    Bo On The Go!

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    This show is designed to focus on providing preschoolers with an active lifestyle with a motivational and interactive plot. Bo and her friend, Dezzy the dragon go on adventures and invite you along!moreless
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    Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: Live Action

    Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: Live Action

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    CBC (ended 2004)
    Sailor Moon: Live Action! Main Plot of the Series: Stealing people's energy and trying to take over the world, the evil organization known as the "Dark Kingdom" is running rampant across the globe. Caught in the middle of all this is 2nd year Juuban Middle School student Tsukino Usagi (Sawai Miyuu), who meets a stuffed cat doll, who turns into a senshi, named Luna (Keiko Han) & (Koike Rina). Who in turn gives her the magical ability to transform into "Sailor Moon" It turns out that this clumsy, crybaby has no choice but to stand up and fight against the Dark Kingdom. Sailor Moon will meet with her fellow Senshi, The smartest girl in Usagi's school: Mizuno Ami "Sailor Mercury" (Hama Chisaki)A temple pristis: Hino Rei "Sailor Mars"(Kitagawa Keiko)The strongest girl at Usagi's school and best cook: Kino Makoto "Sailor Jupiter" (Azama Myuu)& #1 Idol: Aino Minako "Sailor Venus" (Komatsu Ayaka)Together they will all fight with the guidance of fellow plus-cat Artemis (Yamaguchi Kappei) and the mysterious Tuxedo Kamen (Shibue Jouji)! Sailor Moon has learned of her past as Princess Serenity of the Moon world, and has realize her true destiny and fate now she posses the power of Princess Sailor Moon to stand forth versus the Darkness that threatens the happy piece of this world. All the senshi will need to work together to stop Queen Beryl (Sugimoto Aya) and her plans to bring forth the true dark Queen. During the series, many new things have happend. Sailor Mercury was turned evil by the hands of Kunzite to replace Zoicite. Dark Mercury became the senshi's new enemy and a tough one at that. Dark Mercury almost killed 'The Princess' (Sailor Venus). While fighting Kunziteand Mercury Usagi becomes the true princess and reveals the silver crystal. Venus becomes leader of inner senshi and Luna becomes a full senshi, Sailor Luna. After Mercury was healed a new student arrived at Usagi's school named Mio who turns out to be the dark Queen's shadow. In a battle for Mamoru's heart the power of the princess fully awakend to become a new form, Princess Sailor Moon. Now the battle is set up, the darkness and light will battle one more time for this world. After the final battle Usagi and Mamoru got married, on a lovely summer day surrounded by friends, Usagi got her dream to become a bride, and is learning to be a house wife like her mother. Ami is a specialized American-Japanese doctor, currently living in the USA. Rei is practicing to harness her mystical powers given to her by birth. Makoto has a steady relationship with Motoki, she has a flower shop, where she designs and arranges floral designs. Minako has become an international HIT and ranks as one of the worlds top artist, with plenty of awards to prove so. Though the five have drifted away, the events of 03'-04' will always live in their hearts, as SAILOR SENSHI. Episodes: 49 Specials: 6 Opening Credits: Kirari*Sailor Dream! Starring: - Sawai Miyuu - Hama Chisaki - Kitagawa Keiko - Azama Myuu - Komatsu Ayaka - Shibue Jouji - Sugimoto Aya - Yamaguchi Kappei & Han Keiko as Luna Recurring: - Masuo Jun - Matsumoto Hiroyuki - Endou Yoshito - Kubodera Akira - Kawabe Cheiko - Kikawada Masaya - Moriwaka Kaori - Takeshi Naoki - Matsushita Moeko - Alisa & Koike Rina as Luna Planning: - Katou Naoji - Watanabe Tetsuya - Yoshino Kenichi Chief Producers: - Okazaki Yoshiyuki - Takezawa Toshiyuki Producers: - Sakata Yuuma - Yada Kouichi - Shirakura Shin'ichirou - Maruyama Shinya Scripting: - Kobayashi Yasuko Directors: - Tasaki Ryuuta (Act.1-2, 7-8) - Takamaru Masataka (Act.3-4, 11-12, 19-20, 25-26, 37-38, 45-46,) - Maihara Kenzou (Act.5-6, 13-14, 21-22, 27-28, 33-34, 39-40, 49) - Suzumura Nobuhiro (Act.9-10, 15-16, 35-36, 43-44, 47-48) - Sato Takemitsu (Act.17-18, 23-24, 41-42) - Matsumura Fumio (29-30) - Kawaguchi Shigehisa (31-32) Stunts: -Komaki Shouko -G-Rockets Hanzawa Tomomi Imamura Yuriko Yoshihama Airi Takai Mai Sekine Asuka Miyake Ayako -Japan Action Enterprise (Youma action) Music Orientation: -Oshima Michiru Opening Theme: - Takeuchi Naoko ~ Lyrics - Haba Hitoshi ~ Composer - Kyouda Seiichi ~ Arrangement - SAE ~ Preformer(singer) Act 1-27, 28, 48 & 49 edited credits Show Stars: Show Stars do NOT incluide the specials or movies. Anyone, incluiding the main senshi, will be casted as 'guest stars' for the specials and videos. The Show Stars is for the MAIN 49 episodes only. Contributing: Please do not contribute to the cast list or guest star list unless the person is not already there. Do not contribute any of the FOUR GENERALS into the main star list. Please make sure you stay in the same format we use. Sailor V Spin-Off: No offical word has been announced about a Sailor V spin off starring Komatsu Ayaka. Rumors have been surfacing but Toei has yet to announce anything. Sawai Miyuu & Hama Chisaki has pupilcly announced they will not appear in any spin offs after Act. ZERO. Komatsu Ayaka has said no word on the matter on accepting the role as Sailor V again. THIS SHOW IS OFFICALY OVER. ACT.49 WAS THE FINAL ACT, WHILE ACT '50' AKA SPECIAL ACT WILL BE FOR DVD ONLY AND WILL NOT AIR ON TV. THANK YOU FOR A GREAT YEAR! DVD list moved to bottom of the page Information on the original anime can be found in the Bishôjo senshi Sailor Moon which I do not run or control. Newly owned and is turning around for the better!moreless
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    Just for Laughs Gags

    Just for Laughs Gags

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    A hidden camera captures practical jokes played on unsuspecting targets in this Canadian silent comedy show. On July 17, 2007, ABC started a version for version of this brand for American audiences.moreless
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    My Goldfish is Evil

    My Goldfish is Evil

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    Beanie is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary goldfish, Admiral Bubbles, who is intent on world domination.
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    JPod

    JPod

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    CBC (ended 2008)
    Douglas Coupland's bestselling novel is adapted for the small screen by two top Canadian writers. Set in 2005, the show revolves around a group of video game programmers whose last names all begin with "J". They live and work in a development "pod", which they refer to as the "JPod", within a company that resembles Electronic Arts, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.moreless
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    Bad Girl

    Bad Girl

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    CBC (ended 2001)
    Marielle Nitoslawska filmed this documentary about the evolution of female involvement in the pornography industry in 15 short days. Acclaimed by critics and audiences alike this documentary tells the story of the increasing involvement by women behind the camera in the porn industry. The director shows how they have become much more likely to be writers and directors than just pretty faces on the screen.moreless
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    The Red Green Show

    The Red Green Show

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    CBC (ended 2006)
    During his days of stage touring with his wife, and on the briefly-lived sketch comedy they performed him, Steve Smith created the rough draft for a character: The embodiment of the male ego. He named the character Red Green, after Canadian hunter and fisherman, Red Fisher, and usually appeared in a cluttered room, wearing a rubber duck on his hat, sitting on a picnic table, and speaking in a somewhat throaty voice. He would comment on countless stereotypical Canadian activities and incorporate them into the stereotypical male activities. The character proved popular with audiences. In 1991, CHCH, a television network in Hamilton, offered him an opportunity for a series. Smith decided to take the offer, but concluded that if this show flopped, he would leave television altogether (he had previous efforts, such as his role as the father of his real sons, "Me and Max", his sons Max and Dave playing themselves and Morag playing the wife/mother, as well as multiple roles; among them was Steve's character "Uncle Red). He collaborated with his friend, Rick Green, about it. They decided to make a show about "being outdoors", when it occurred to them Red Green was just such a character. With a little character fleshing and a backdrop, this show just might make it. Rick would direct, Steve would write, and they would both produce. And who would Rick play? A certain character he had performed on radio and television named Bill, a wacky, slapstick character, almost a living cartoon who never stopped talking. As a twist, on the show, his voice was almost never heard. He only appeared in black and white segments titled "Adventures with Bill." And his last name? In a moment of irony- Smith. The "plot" (or lack thereof) was that Red Green was the leader of Possum Lodge, a men-only resort where they could generally goof off and be themselves. They were veritable stereotypes, yet with a certain flair and charm, which added to their wit. Red was the only remotely sensible one, but perhaps not much more competent. He was a true craftsman, and had a portion called "Handyman Corner" where he would take ordinary objects and, with the help of power tools and duct tape, would turn them into a unique variation of something already established. Rarely did they work. He also had countless monolouges where he would talk to "all you middle-aged" viewers. Among the regular residents at the Lodge were Dalton Humphries (Bob Bainborough), the owner of "Humphries's Everything Store" and possessor of the worst marriage and family imaginable. Another was Winston Rothschild III (Jeff Lumbly), a friendly, inherited millionaire who ran a septic sewage sucking company. Mike Hamar (Wayne Robson) was the neurotic former criminal on parole, and Hap Shaunnesy (Gordon Pinsent) was the aging riverboat owner, who reminsced about wild, unbelievable adventures. Bob Stuyvesant (Bruce Hunter) was a golf-playing, multiply-married Natural Resources inspector, and Buzz Sherwood (Peter Wildman) was a wild pilot who was still a hippie. Garth Harble (Derek McGrath) was the local nature specialist, and Dougie Franklin (Ian Thomas) was the Southern American, owner of the world's largest trucks. There were also recurring roles, such as Aboriginal actor Graham Greene as explosives "expert" Edgar K.B. Montrose and Peter Keleghan as Ranger Gord, who started the series living in a fire-watch tower, deprived of human relationship. It was the general incompetence and helplessness of the overweight beer-drinkers that made up most of the humour, coupled with Red's dry wit. The show didn't originally have great ratings and was eventually cancelled after three seasons. Fortunately, however, Global picked it up in 1994, re-naming it "The New Red Green Show", raising the budget, and adding a new, completely unique star: Red's nephew, geeky city boy Harold, played by television star and Second City alumnus Patrick McKenna. He wore a large, guitar-like video device which he used to remotely control the cameras. Red generally traded barbs with Harold, but kept him because he needed his technological skills to produce the show. Harold was generally unliked by the other lodge members, and wasn't very attractive, either: He wore glasses and a retainer, had a nasal, high-pitched voice, and generally looked awkward. The Global run brought two elements to The New Red Green Show that proved valuable vehicles for McKenna's Harold character. One was the "Possum Lodge Word Game," a send-up of Bob Stewart's Pyramid, begun in 1995 and still in practice. Harold emceed as Red and a fellow lodge member competed for cheap prizes. (Usually Red gave the clues and people such as Dalton or Mike would make nowhere near the correct guess.) The shorter-lived fixture, first seen in 1996, was "Men Anonymous," in which lodge members talked of how they tried to act less like men. While "Men Anonymous" didn't last, Red and the others did hold on to that group's "Man's Prayer": I'm a man, But I can change If I have to, I guess. The 1996 season was notable as well for the absences of Edgar Montrose and Ranger Gord. (At the time, Peter Keleghan was starting The Newsroom for the CBC). Global aired "The New Red Green Show" until 1997, when the series was axed and sold to CBC for a hefty price. On CBC, its title was restored to "The Red Green Show" and many aspects of the original program were restored. One new element was Red's fix-it segment called "If It Ain't Broke, You're Not Trying," where lodge members would bring broken items and Red would usually apply duct tape somewhere. However, in the ensuing two years some drastic changes were made. Rick Green left to devote his time and energy to his cable-based sketch comedy/satire "History Bites" (in which Bainborough is a regular performer), Derek McGrath left to perform in "Doc" and Pat McKenna also departed to spend more playing the maniacal oppressor Marty Stephens on the Toronto stock market drama "Traders", and with them their characters vanished. Replacing Bill was ambitious youth Walter (Joel Harris), who wasn't quite as manic as Bill. His black-and-white bits introduced a gimmick rarely seen on "Adventures With Bill": Regular characters (besides Red) frequently appeared sharing Walter's escapades. Once McGrath parted paths with the show, a new animal control officer was needed. By the end of the 1998 season, Jerry Schaefer joined the cast as a more regular character than McGrath was, in the form of paranoid Ed Frid, who adapted Harble's gimmick of holding a wild animal in a bag, but instead of being ignorantly confident, he was constantly worried about them and would always make up a wild half-truth about their destructive abilities. Harold, however, who had found urban employment and moved to the city, would occasionally guest star, either visiting his beloved cousin or or vice versa (if Red were to visit Harold it would usually involve some legal or technological situation). That same year also featured Mike's Teen Talk and the first year for Ranger Gord's animated Educational Features. Things changed yet again for the 11th year of The New Red Green Show because Harold returned full time and has been a regular ever since. The show also finally saw a replacement for Glen Brackston as Dwight Cardif became the show's Marina Operator. The 13th Year saw a welcome surprise as Bill rejoined the show for six Adventure Segments. Another recent feature is Talking Animals with Ed Frid and the return of Ranger Gord's Animated Shorts for the 5th year. The New Red Green Show has been running on PBS since 1995, airing all the Global and CBC shows. Only in the highlight special "We Can't Help It, We're Men" did PBS audiences see clips of the CHCH days. "Remember, I'm pulling for you. We're all in this together." "Keep your stick on the ice!"moreless
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    Da Vinci's Inquest

    Da Vinci's Inquest

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    Da Vinci's Inquest ran for seven seasons and then was spun-off into: Da Vinci's City Hall. The series revolves around the life of Dominic Da Vinci, coronor of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Follow along as the police investigate the crimes; the medical examiners and coroner investigate & examine the deaths, and conduct their inquests, when needed.moreless
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    72 Hours : True Crime

    72 Hours : True Crime

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    Every detective knows that the first 72 hours after a crime are crucial to solving it. 72 Hours: True Crime is a riveting series of true crime mysteries based on real cases from across Canada and the USA.

    Through an original cinematic blend of potent documentary footage and dramatic re-enactments, each half-hour episode focuses on one unforgettable case, featuring the actual detectives and forensic scientists who worked on it. Murder, assault, robbery, hijacking, bombing and arson - the stories go behind the headlines to reveal the amazing technologies, clever techniques and penetrating insights that help solve these crimes.

    72 Hours: True Crime episodes are structured like a good crime novel with compelling story-telling and characters, Each story takes the viewer through the painstaking investigative process until the case is solved and the criminal convicted. In the end, justice is always served.moreless
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    Royal Canadian Air Farce

    Royal Canadian Air Farce

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    CBC (ended 2008)
    Royal Canadian Air Farce was a comedy troupe consisting of performers Roger Abbott, Don Ferguson, Luba Goy, John Morgan (Rest In Peace), Jessica Holmes, Craig Lauzon, Alan Park and writers Gord Holtam and Rick Olsen. This television series was shown every week on CBC Television where the viewers would hear Air Farce's unique and hilarious blend of topical humor aimed at our country's (and the world's) most newsworthy people and events.

    Air Farce began in Montreal, Quebec in 1970. John Morgan and Martin Bronstein founded the improvisational theatre revue, "The Jest Society" and the original members were John Morgan, Martin Bronstein, Patrick Conlon, Gay Claitman and Roger Abbott. But as of January 1971, The Jest Society was John Morgan, Martin Bronstein, Roger Abbott, Don Ferguson and Luba Goy, performing on stage in Toronto and Ottawa.

    Dave Broadfoot joined them in 1973, and this group became "The Royal Canadian Air Farce", debuting on CBC Radio on December 9, 1973. The show was recorded live for the first few years at the Curtain Club in Richmond Hill, Ontario then at CBC's Cabbagetown studio theatre in Toronto, and then at theatres all across Canada, and before you know it, the broadcasts were all across the country on CBC Radio, recording 612 original half-hour shows, until May 25, 1997.

    "The Royal Canadian Air Farce" first hit television on CBC Television on October 1980, which was a one-hour special. CBC commissioned a 10 week series, which aired from February to April, 1981, while specials were also added in 1982 and 1983.

    In 1984, Air Farce was shown as a videotape on a Pay-TV special live in Toronto. The group spent the next eight years taking the radio show on the road to communities from coast to coast, plus extensive concert and theatrical performances across Canada and in the U.S.

    On the final night of 1992, Air Farce took a second plunge into television with "1992 Year of the Farce", a satirical New Year's Eve Special which it produced and sold to CBC Television. The group then, began to develop a weekly series starting on October 8, 1993.moreless
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    Surprise! It's Edible Incredible!

    Surprise! It's Edible Incredible!

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    It's Iron Chef meets Fear Factor when we put unsuspecting kids to the ultimate cooking challenge. We're peering into their fridges and peeking under their beds to test the appetites of our competitors. Surprise! It's Edible Incredible! pits two kids against each other, to make a meal from scratch and then put it to the taste test in the ring. It's all set to the beat of our in-house DJ and cheered on by the competitors' closest friends. And none of them know what they're in for because - Surprise! It's Edible Incredible!moreless
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    Tom Stone

    Tom Stone

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    CBC (ended 2003)
    TOM STONE is the story of a Calgary ex-cop, ex-rig worker and ex-con who gets recruited to work undercover for RCMP Corporal Marina Di Luzio, a commercial crime specialist from Toronto. Between them, they go places that Marina's official counterparts can't, catching the bad guys who usually get away -- criminals with influence and money: the ones who consider themselves above the law. While Tom is happy to be out of jail, he's not so happy under Marina's controlling thumb. And sometimes undercover life deals out a rougher hand than even Tom bargained for. He wants out. And he wants his family land back. He needs money, and he needs to stay out of jail. Unfortunately, to accomplish these two objectives he needs Marina. And Marina needs Tom -- as much as she hates to admit it. She's got confidence, attitude and smarts but she's stuck in Calgary, and the only way out is gaining recognition for solving the high profile cases the city seems to attract. But she's frustrated because no one seems to be cooperating with her desperate agenda to get out of Cowtown. Jack Welsh wants to help them both. Especially if it helps him. And as it turns out, keeping the duo together and working in Commercial Crime in Calgary keeps him on the inside track when it comes to other people's money. And it's always about other people's money for Jack. Though Jack's far from a diplomat, once in awhile his larcenous skill set comes in handy, if there's something in it for him. While Tom and Marina battle each other, Calgary's RCMP Commercial Crime unit is in a whole different kind of physical and emotional turmoil. They've just moved to new offices and nervously await the arrival of their new Officer in Charge. Their worst fears are confirmed when Inspector Alexandra Black strides in and announces her bone-chilling plan to get rid of the deadwood and turn the unit into "a successful and functioning department of the RCMP." Alexandra keeps Sergeant Grant Davidson and unit clerk Amy Matuziak, scrambling as she threatens to send them both to the hinterlands. Their sense of impending doom creates some strange alliances throughout the course of the season ahead.moreless
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    Shoebox Zoo

    Shoebox Zoo

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    CBC (ended 2005)
    On her 11th birthday, Marnie finds an old shoebox containing four carved wooden animals that come to life, and discovers that she is the inheritor of her deceased mother's power to find a mysterious book of forbidden knowledge that will allow the animals to return to human form. In every generation dawns
    A most auspicious day
    The day when four elevens meet
    And sleepers have their say
    The Day to which the fickle sands
    Of time and tide have run
    The day when fate and prophecy
    Reveal the Chosen One
    It's the worst birthday Marnie McBride's ever had. Still grieving from her mum's death and her recent move from Colorado to Scotland, she sees no reason to celebrate turning 11. But when her dad wants to go into an old junk shop on the way home, Marnie grumpily agrees. There, the strange old man who owns the junk shop offers her anything in the shop. She's drawn towards a shoebox filled with four toy animals - a snake, bear, wolf and eagle. The next day, Marnie's playing around with a spoon and pretending it's a magic wand. To her horror, the four animals come alive. They're not the only ones to awaken... Toledo the Shape Shifter also comes to life, and Marnie's going to have to battle him in a quest to find the wizard Michael Scot's Book of Forbidden Knowledge, with which she can return the animals to their human forms. moreless
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