A Scattering of Seeds: The Creation of Canada
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14. First Lady of the Yukon
Firday July 5, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director David Adkin

In 1898 an irrepressible American woman set off for the Klondike. Martha Black became the second woman Member of Parliament and the first woman M.P. from the Yukon.
15. An English Sense of Justice
Firday July 12, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Lindalee Tracey
The grandfather of Pierre Berton arrived from England in 1857. T. Phillips Thompson became a crusading newspaperman in Toronto, a champion of the poor and the working class.
16. Brothers from Vietnam
Firday July 19, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Carl Bessai
A filmmaker s first-person account of sponsoring a Vietnamese Boat family in Edmonton, Alberta, and their relationship over the years.
17. New Norway: The Immigrant Trail
Firday July 26, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Tom Radford
The legacy of three generations of a Norwegian family who emigrated to Alberta in 1912, set-up a general store and got involved in local politics and community building.
18. Straight Arrow
Firday August 2, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Directors Anna and George Prodanou
Emigrating in the mid 1950s, Janusz Zurakowski, a Polish aviator, became the test pilot for the AVRO Arrow. He then retreated to a small Ontario town to open a holiday lodge.
19. The Magnificent Abersons
Firday August 9, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Laurence Green
An affluent Dutch woman, Jane Aberson settled in Dauphin, Manitoba in the 1920s. She wrote letters home that became a how to column for other Dutch emigrants.
20. Voice of Freedom
Firday August 16, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Jacques Holender
Ugandan refugee Opiyo Oloya became the cultural centre of Toronto s diverse African community through his popular community radio programme.
21. Saga of Hope
Firday August 23, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Director Juliann Blackmore

A descendant traces two Icelandic families as their fortunes are made and broken in rural Manitoba at the turn of the century.
22. The Stowaway
Firday August 30, 2002, 7:30am Eastern - VisionTV

Directors Patricia Fogliato and David Mortin
Antonio da Silva, a 15 year-old Portuguese stowaway arrived in Newfoundland in 1920. He later opened a boarding house, which became a home away from home for the famous White Fleet.
23. Opening Night
Monday December 10, 2001, 12:30pm Eastern - VisionTV

Director Marie-Claude Harvey
George Farhood, a Lebanese immigrant arrived in Montréal in 1889. After years of peddling he and his son established one of the first Francophone theatres in Québec.
24. The Wanderer
Wednesday December 12, 2001, 12:30pm Eastern - VisionTV

Director Sun-Kyung Yi
Korean immigrant, Rev. Sang-Chul Lee settled in Toronto in the 1960s. He became moderator of the United Church of Canada. His three daughters all married outside their Korean community.
25. The Boatswain
Friday December 14, 2001, 12:30pm Eastern - VisionTV

Director Janko Virant
Recently arrived Serbian poet, Radovan Gajic, is the caretaker and community leader of a high-rise apartment building in Toronto. The building is a magnet for other Serbian immigrants.
26. The Haitian Heart of Love
Monday December 17, 2001, 12:30pm Eastern - VisionTV

Director Carlos Ferrand
Haitian Jesuit, Karl Lévêque, arrived in Montréal in the 1970s. He used sport, religion and community radio to rally his community and build bridges into Québec society.

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