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I have watched North of 60 for a number of years, and it fascinates me just as much now as it did when it ended in 1997-98. It shows the problems the Natives went thru, with the animosity between them and the white people. It is a show of hardships, prejudice, integrity, community support, and the complications families can go through. The scenery is magnificent, and the various seasons were interesting to see how people adapted. It definitely opened my eyes to every day living in Canada with the Native Culture. The five shows produced after the Series ended, were great also! There is a 6th one in the making, but unfortunately, there are no funds available to release it. North of 60 has given a lot to its fans, and its too bad it had to stop at Season 6. The story line could have went on for years. Its shows like this, make me very Proud to be Canadian! Excellent Show!!
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