About the trials and tribulations of the Aboriginal people in the fictional town of Lynx River NWT.
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Tina Keeper ...
 Michelle Kenidi (90 episodes, 1992-1997)
Tracey Cook ...
 Sarah Birkett (90 episodes, 1992-1997)
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 Peter Kenidi (90 episodes, 1992-1997)
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 Harris Miller (82 episodes, 1992-1997)
Lubomir Mykytiuk ...
 Gerry Kisilenko (82 episodes, 1992-1997)
Dakota House ...
 Trevor 'Teevee' Tenia (81 episodes, 1992-1997)
Tina Louise Bomberry ...
 Rosie Deela (79 episodes, 1992-1997)
Wilma Pelly ...
 Elsie Tsa Che / ... (78 episodes, 1992-1997)
Jimmy Herman ...
 Joe Gomba (60 episodes, 1992-1997)
Erroll Kinistino ...
 Leon Deela (55 episodes, 1992-1997)
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 Albert Golo (52 episodes, 1992-1997)
Willene Tootoosis ...
 Lois Tenia (52 episodes, 1992-1997)
Mervin Good Eagle ...
 Joey Small Boat (52 episodes, 1992-1996)
Lori Lea Okemaw ...
 Bertha Kizha (47 episodes, 1992-1997)
Henry Standing Alone ...
 Sam Kizha (44 episodes, 1992-1997)
Renae Morriseau ...
 Ellen Kenidi (42 episodes, 1992-1996)
Rick Belcourt ...
 Willy Tsa Che (42 episodes, 1992-1995)
Michael Obey ...
 Nathan Golo (40 episodes, 1992-1997)
Robert Bockstael ...
 Cpl. Brian Fletcher (39 episodes, 1994-1997)
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About the trials and tribulations of the Aboriginal people in the fictional town of Lynx River NWT.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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1 September 1992 (Canada)  »

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Au nord du 60e  »

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From the first episode, I was hooked
9 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I started watching this show when it started in 1992, and I was hooked, I saw every episode some more than once, I often watched the CBC but this show was one of the best on the network. The only thing that stunk is I am an American, Who lives in The United States and north of 60 is a Canadian show so I had nobody to talk to at the water cooler and I often wanted to talk about the show with someone. It had everything it could be funny, it at times was a thriller, a who done it, plus i cant think of another show about Native Indians, especially one that showed what great people they are and how beautiful a culture it really is, not just poor, uneducated people with drinking problems, or whatever the stupid stereotypes are out there! but how there normal people just like anyone else, with all the same problems and joys that all other Americans or Canadians have.


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