Wind at My Back (1996–2001)
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For God and Country 

Jim is trying a new looser attitude and with it comes a new looser look in his attire. Toppy has finished her book and has sent it unsolicited to a publisher. Henry is looking for new chess... See full summary »

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Grace Mainwairing (credit only)
Dylan Provencher ...
Hub Bailey
Tyrone Savage ...
Fat Bailey
James Carroll ...
Max Sutton
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Toppy Bailey
Laura Bruneau ...
Honey Sutton
Robert Bockstael ...
Jim Flett
Dalene Irvine ...
Maisey McGinty
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Callie Cramp
Dan MacDonald ...
Alden Cramp
Richard Blackburn ...
Archie Attenborough
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Althea Bridgeman
Natasha La Force ...
Violet Bailey (as Natasha LaForce)
Marium Carvell ...
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Jim is trying a new looser attitude and with it comes a new looser look in his attire. Toppy has finished her book and has sent it unsolicited to a publisher. Henry is looking for new chess challenges. And Callie wants to win and influence friends, at least that's what the title of the book she's reading infers. After meddling in one private conversation after another in an effort to make and influence friends, Callie does manage to have a meaningful discussion, this one with Hub, who tells her that he is thinking about becoming a priest. Beyond Father Fitzroy at the local Catholic church, Callie is the first person he's told. Another person who wants to influence people is Max. Mayor Johnson has passed away, and Archie, representing the town council and on advice from May, asks Max if he would be interested in running for mayor. After thinking about it, Max agrees. It looks as if he may not need his influencing skills to win the election since he looks to run uncontested. However ... Written by Huggo

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21 January 2001 (Canada)  »

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May Bailey: I feel fine.
Juanita Bascombe: I'd expect you to say that if you were being hit by a train.
May Bailey: Don't be ridiculous.
Juanita Bascombe: And it'd be the train I'd be worried about.
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