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Heart of a Mountie 

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A new Mountie arrives earlier than expected. Bill and Nathan jump right to work when Lee's payroll is stolen. At the school, friends turn against each when a mock debate goes awry; Carson and Faith try to keep their romance a secret.

Director:

Martin Wood

Writers:

Janette Oke (based on the novel by), Annie Brunner
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Erin Krakow ... Elizabeth Thornton
Pascale Hutton ... Rosemary Coulter
Jack Wagner ... Bill Avery
Kavan Smith ... Leland Coulter
Chris McNally ... Lucas Bouchard
Kevin McGarry ... Nathan Grant
Paul Greene ... Dr. Carson Shepherd
Martin Cummins ... Henry Gowen
Aren Buchholz ... Jesse Flynn
Loretta Walsh ... Florence Blakeley
Eva Bourne ... Clara Stanton
Andrea Brooks ... Faith Carter
Lori Loughlin ... Abigail Stanton (scenes deleted)
Hrothgar Mathews ... Ned Yost
Kayla Wallace ... Fiona Miller
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A new Mountie arrives earlier than expected. Bill and Nathan jump right to work when Lee's payroll is stolen. At the school, friends turn against each when a mock debate goes awry; Carson and Faith try to keep their romance a secret.

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Drama

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TV-G
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Release Date:

5 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Believe Pictures See more »
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Along with firing Lori Loughlin for her alleged crime, Hallmark also fired Carter Ryan Evancic because he played Abigail's adopted son, Cody. Hallmark had Abigail return east to care for her mother, along with Cody. See more »

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Nice Recovery
8 May 2019 | by barlowralphSee all my reviews

When one of the main players in a TV drama suddenly leaves, the change seems forced and awkward, but that's not the case here. I was very sad about the situation involving Lori Laughlin-I loved her in this show, and I'm disappointed and sad about what she has (allegedly) done-but the first scene in which her absence was explained was done with gentleness and style. Moving ahead without her really felt seamless to me. I love the show, and expect more good things to come.


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