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I truly enjoy Arctic Air. I like the actors and the characters they play. I am so glad that Canada is getting more and more Canadian television series. Don't take Arctic Air away. Please bring it back for many more seasons. The scenery is awesome, makes me want to visit the North West Territories and Yukon. I like the idea of using Canadian actors and actresses in this show as I do with shows such as Republic of Doyle and Murdoch Mysteries. I'm glad the actors who are in the USA focus (movies and series) are willing to come home and do Canadian shows. It helps to put Canada on the map in the entertainment world. I see more and more producers and directors making Canadian film. Thanks!
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