Bobby lies to gain the trust of a Dene elder and friend of his father, but when tragedy strikes, Bobby must trust the elder with his own life.





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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Loreen Cassway
Hailey Martin
Ben Cardinal ...
Louie Beaulac
Astrid Poulsen
Rita Gilbride
Jaren Brandt Bartlett ...


While trying to salvage a multi-million dollar contract at a remote northern mine, Bobby spots a Dene elder collapse. The man is Louie Beaulac, an old friend of Bobby's father. Exhausted and disoriented, Louie has spent two months walking home from Yellowknife to Arctic Air - Season One Press Kit Episode Log lines & Summaries Page 3 of 5 escape treatment for dementia. Worried that Louie can no longer survive on the land, Bobby resorts to lying: he promises to fly Louie home. But it isn't long before Louie realizes Bobby has tricked him into flying south. He lunges at the cargo door, forcing Bobby to restrain him before he jumps from 7,500 feet. Meanwhile, Mel puts Kirby to the test, determined to find out if the kid really has what it takes to be a flight engineer for Arctic Air. And to Krista's annoyance, Mel insists on making a detour to Sibbeston Lake to deliver insulin to the community health centre. The stop has less to do with altruism and everything to do with the attractive ... Written by Omni Film

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Loving each episode so far!
24 January 2012 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

A veteran of many decades of topnotch TV drama, I am really LIKING this new adventure series so far.

It has built a sterling ensemble-cast creating complex, engaging, authentic characters -- even the bit players excel; exciting action-filled plots; superb filming and editing; witty writing; emotional depth (thanks for that, directors et al.) and, well, just well-honed skill -- all making for good stuff that keeps me hooked.

High hopes for its continuing success even though its intelligent treatment of viewers means it works best when we pay close attention. (Not so sure than many general viewers can do that anymore.)

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