Arctic Air (2012–2014)
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Arctic Air gets more than it bargained for when Bobby convinces his high-rolling college roommate to invest in the company.


James Dunnison


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Beach ... Bobby Martin
Pascale Hutton ... Krista Ivarson
Kevin McNulty ... Mel Ivarson
Stephen Lobo ... Dev Panwar
Carmen Moore ... Loreen Cassway
John Reardon ... Blake Laviolette
Timothy Webber ... Cece Cooper
Adam DiMarco ... Kirby Nystoruk
Brian Markinson ... Ronnie Dearman
Michelle Thrush ... Deanna Martin
Emilie Ullerup ... Astrid Poulsen
Byron Mann ... Gavin
Gavin Buhr Gavin Buhr ... Security Guard
Leah Gibson ... Candi Lussier
Dee Jay Jackson ... Fred


Krista finds herself caught in the middle when Bobby's ambitious plan for expansion leads him to lease an expensive helicopter without consulting Mel. As a furious Mel tries to raise enough money to buy Bobby out of Arctic Air, Bobby sets his sites on new capital. His old college roommate, Gavin Kwan, a charming real estate mogul from Calgary, is in town to invest in Ronnie Dearman's uranium mine. Attempting to steer Gavin away from Dearman and to entice his investment in Arctic Air, Bobby convinces Gavin to tag along on a supply run, playing up the Great Northern Adventure. He even lets Gavin take the yoke - a great idea, until Gavin hits the wrong lever, wrecks an engine, and forces a dicey emergency landing. Stranded at a remote airstrip, Bobby assumes he blew his chance to win over Gavin and his cheque book. But Gavin surprises him, buying into the company for two million dollars. Returning to Arctic Air victorious, Bobby expects Krista and Mel to be impressed by his business ... Written by Omni Film

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6 March 2012 (Canada) See more »

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Omnifilm Entertainment See more »
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Episode full of racial profiling propaganda, bigotry and political correctness!
22 February 2016 | by stormguildmasterSee all my reviews

This episode was full of racial profiling propaganda, bigotry and political correctness. The East Asian stereotype was very typical as an untrustworthy, conniving lust-driven betrayer who'll do anything for self-gain, of course there's also the US stereotype of a vicious merciless environmentally unfriendly business guru that uses every means necessary to damage the company for no apparent visible hatred, and you have the Canadian stereotype of an ill-tempered employee harassing good old white knight boss that ends up saving the day with his daughter physically harassing the main character Bobby who's of aboriginal decent at the end of this episode with no dire consequences. For a Canadian made show, this episode was very disappointing and surprising!

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