Da Vinci's City Hall (2005–2006)
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Gotta Press the Flesh 

Relations between the police department and fire & rescue continue to be strained. The latest incident involves a suicide jumper, each side accusing that the other was at fault for possibly... See full summary »

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Chris Haddock (created by), Jesse McKeown (executive story consultant) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nicholas Campbell ... Mayor Dominic Da Vinci
Mylène Dinh-Robic ... Rita Mah
Benjamin Ratner ... Sam Berger
Ian Tracey ... City Coroner Mick Leary
Brian Markinson ... Police Chief Bill Jacobs
Hrothgar Mathews ... Sgt. Charlie Klotchko
Eugene Lipinski ... Lloyd Manning
Colin Cunningham ... Det. Brian Curtis
Venus Terzo ... Det. Angela Kosmo
Patrick Gallagher ... Det. Joe Finn
Charles Martin Smith ... Joe Friedland
Stephen E. Miller ... Inspector Zack McNab
Fred Keating ... Councillor Jack Pierce
Gerard Plunkett ... Chief Coroner Bob Kelly
Dhirendra ... Sanjay Gohill
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Storyline

Relations between the police department and fire & rescue continue to be strained. The latest incident involves a suicide jumper, each side accusing that the other was at fault for possibly not preventing the death. Kaspar, the police complaints commissioner, has decided to pursue fire & rescue's complaint regarding the grow-op shooting. Da Vinci warns Kaspar, being part of the RCMP which has in the past had strained relations with the Vancouver Police Department, that the investigation should be impartial. Welles is satisfied that the complaint is moving forward and he will accept whatever the outcome, whereas Jacobs is pissed off that it is proceeding at all. Jacobs and Klotchko advise their members not to cooperate with Kaspar, Ferris and Arkin who agree. Chick may be a tougher one for them to convince. With other business, both Da Vinci and Jacobs try to muscle in on the Prime Minister's upcoming visit to Vancouver. This task seems difficult, especially for the mayor, who wants ... Written by Huggo

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2006 (Canada) See more »

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Soundtracks

Music from 'La Wally'
Composed by Alfredo Catalani & arranged by George Wilson
Played over opening titles
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