Rick is in Whistler where he goes bob sledding with Olympians on the world's fastest track. Then he' at Variety Village, Toronto, participating in activities at a world-class gym for people with disabilities.
Dot is about an 8-year-old ball of energy who launches herself into adventures and fearlessly sets about solving problems (which she most likely created herself) in the same way any 8-year-old would... by messing up a lot and laughing even more.
Eight-year-old aardvark Arthur Read and his friends encounter the typical obstacles of third-grade life, including their tough teacher Mr. Ratburn, bullies, difficult siblings and ties between friends.
Best friends Sally and Nick are transported all over the globe, making natural science discoveries with the Cat as their guide. The Cat's helpers, Thing One and Thing Two, also come along for the ride in the Cat's custom vehicle, the Thinga-ma-jigger.
Amy and Ty find themselves drawing closer as they make a desperate bid to save the wild horses. Meanwhile, Lou and Peter set aside their differences and form a united front against trumped up child endangerment charges.
During their honeymoon in New York, Murdoch and Ogden uncover a deadly conspiracy threatening U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt. Meanwhile, Brackenreid and Dr. Grace investigate a murder by motorcar back in Toronto.
Mark Critch speaks with Tory MP Tony Clement — watch to see if he will hang up on 22 Minutes too! This week also features a look at asylum seekers arriving in Canada, and we get an exclusive look at the Least Racist Person Ever Awards.