Wapos Bay

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34 episodes in this series

Episode 1 There's No 'I' in Hockey
To beat hockey hotshot Melanie, T-Bear must learn a new and difficult skill: teamwork
Episode 2 Journey Through Fear
T-Bear and Jacob climb an observation tower. Afraid to come down, they instead stage a sit-in. Meanwhile, Raven really doesn't want to go out on a boat.
Episode 3 They Dance at Night
Raven just learned to whistle, and doesn't listen as Talon warns her not to do it around the Northern Lights.
Episode 4 Something to Remember
T-Bear reluctantly volunteers to give a speech for Remembrance Day, but is surprised to learn who in his own family is a veteran. Raven tries to do something nice for…
Episode 5 A Time to Learn
Talon wants to get away for a trip with his father, but the only way he can is to finish a week's worth of school work in a few days.
Episode 6 The Elements
Mushom and the kids spend time in a remote cultural camp. Will T-Bear's carelessness doom the venture?
Episode 7 All's Fair
After meeting new student Elue, whose cousin is a professional hockey player, T-Bear worries that he might not be the school's star athlete anymore.
Episode 8 As the Bannock Browns
Raven gets the chicken pox the same week as the carnival.
Episode 9 Guardians
T-Bear catches some strange creatures on video that may be the legendary Bigfoot. Many outsiders come to town, including a familiar guy named Steve.
Episode 10 All Access
Betty, a cousin comes to Wapos Bay confined to a wheelchair. T-Bear learns that he shouldn't avoid her. Meanwhile the annual talent competition has the village abuzz.
Episode 11 As Long as the River Flows
Talon has ideas on how to help the village elders. But it's T-Bear who gets the credit and who is pushed into running for office.
Episode 12 Tricks 'n' Treats
It's Halloween and the adults have a scary story to tell the kids. But is it more than just a story?
Episode 13 The Hunt
Kokhum Mary is up for an aboriginal achievement award. The men go hunting for a ceremonial feather in her honor, but find something else entirely.
Episode 14 A Mother's Earth
Raven has to give a report on her cultural identity, while the boys prepare to enter the sweat lodge.
Episode 15 Going for the Gold
A spirit dog comes to Talon in his dreams, telling him to train for the Indigenous Games. But in what sport?
Episode 16 Raven Power
Raven feels that the women of Wapos Bay are taken for granted. But when she tells Sarah and Kokum, they decide to do something about it
Episode 17 Lights, Camera, Action
The boys make a movie for a school project to honor Treaty Day, assisted by visiting film star Adam Beach. But Talon and T-Bear have very different ideas about what…
Episode 18 Dance, Dance
Jacob wants T-Bear to take up his old hobby, wrestling. How can T-Bear tell him that he's more interested in something else?
Episode 19 Raiders of the Lost Art
On a field trip, Mr. Darien's school class discovers ancient cave paintings. But the boys are more concerned about artists closer to home who have been defacing buildings with graffiti.
Episode 20 Hardest Lesson
Raven Brass, Trevor Cameron, Lorne Cardinal
Episode 21 Dance Monkey Dance
When Jacob discovers a game on T-Bear's computer, he can't stop dancing.
Episode 22 Self Improvement
Jacob's house is falling apart, but T-Bear has an idea. Soon reality show host Mike Holmes is in town, much to the delight of the local ladies.
Episode 23 Patients
A water outing ends with Devon sick to his stomach, and Talon and T-Bear covered in rashes. Raven befriends a girl at day camp who has a secret.
Episode 24 A Time for Pride
To drum up pride in Wapos Bay, Jacob takes the boys on a tour and organizes a parade.
Episode 25 Breakin Too
Rapper Iced Latte comes to town for a concert. But the local parents don't like the idea. Meanwhile T-Bear wins two tickets and has to decide who to give the…
Episode 26 It Came from Out There
Mysterious lights flash through the sky, and soon the boys are convinced that they're facing an alien invasion.
Episode 27 Time Management
T-Bear, Talon and Devon travel to the future and back to the present with David Suzuki in order to save the world from environmental disaster.
Episode 28 Ways of the Quiet
Wapos Bay has a bear problem that only a bear whisperer can handle.
Episode 29 The World According to Devon
What was life like back before Europeans showed up? Devon's answers may not be strictly accurate, but does it matter?
Episode 30 Catch the Spirit
The boys are sent off to summer camp and must cope with the underhanded trickery of their Brown Toe rivals.
Episode 31 Partic-Inaction
Do the people of Wapos Bay need to improve their diets? Raven and Jacob think they do, but it gets put to the test as the boys and Kohkum Mary…
Episode 32 The Wapos Falcon
A mysterious package shows up that seems to spell doom for anyone who possess it, making the boys think they're living one of Mushom's old detective movies.
Episode 33 Too Deadly
Raven is attracted to a visiting boy who seems almost right out of her teen vampire books. But to the boys, the resemblance is a little too close for comfort.
Episode 34 Treasure of the Sierra Metis
The boys acquire an old treasure map and Jacob's metal detector, and soon they're off in search of gold.

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