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Swimming Up Stream 

Fatima and Rayyan are on a crusade to get a female lifeguard at the pool. Rayyan has suggested to Fatima, who has sprained her knee, that taking the women's aquafit class would help ... See full summary »

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Yasir Hamoudi
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Amaar Rashid
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Rayyan Hamoudi
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Mayor Ann Popowicz
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Baber Siddiqui
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Reverend Duncan Magee
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Fred Tupper
Arlene Duncan ...
Fatima Dinssa
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Johnny
Cayle Chernin ...
Halloween Mum
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Jamal Dinssa
Julian Kennedy ...
Skeleton Boy
Dianne Latchford ...
Petition Signer
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Layla Siddiqui
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Fatima and Rayyan are on a crusade to get a female lifeguard at the pool. Rayyan has suggested to Fatima, who has sprained her knee, that taking the women's aquafit class would help recovery, but as Muslims they cannot appear in their bathing suits in front men. They feel they can't take the class as the lifeguard/aquafit instructor is male Johnny, despite the fact that Johnny is gay and has no interest in Fatima, Rayyan or any woman. The mayor agrees to hire a female lifeguard/aquafit instructor if they can find the money in the city's budget and if Rayyan and Fatima can get 150 signatures on a petition. As Rayyan and Fatima proceed on their mission, Sarah tries to thwart her daughter's task as the money in the budget is coming from a business trip she has planned to China. As such, she tricks Fred into supporting her view, Fred who causes a media maelstrom around the issue of kowtowing to the Muslim community. Rayyan finds out and is angry with her mother. Ultimately, the pool pump ... Written by Huggo

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7 February 2007 (Canada)  »

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