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Zoie Palmer is excellent in this role. she doesn't miss a beat in this Canadian "coast guard" type show with no policing powers. It's more of a search and rescue drama, and a good one at that. Good mix of interpersonal and job related story lines; In which i must say is very well done by Zoie Palmer. Zoie plays Carly on the show and has been through hell, being raised on a boat by an abusive father and making her way back up to what can only be described as a search and rescue type emergency medical Tech. In the states that would be an EMT-Basic. She picks terrible partners and is insecure yet tough and a "stand up" gal who is loyal to her workmates. You have to watch a few shows to see and understand all the relationships going on in the great series!
It deserves to remain in production / syndication here in the USA.
Well done to all.
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