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Comments and queries for the week of February 7

I am so looking forward to [Spirit Talker]! Shawn brings so much love and peace to people. I am so proud to call him my friend and mentor. Thank you, Shawn, and congratulations! —Bobbi

Looking forward to this series Shawn. Wela’lin. —Mary

So proud to say Shawn Leonard is my mentor and friend. This will be an incredible journey and reach even more people that need healing and hope. Congrats. —Melinda

I am a student of Shawn Leonard and can say he is an exceptional medium, a compassionate, generous healer and a humble man of honour. In deep respect. Wela’lin. —Linda

I can’t wait to see your show Shawn. You are a gifted soul. I am blessed to know you!! HUGE HUGS. —Jean


“Rigid Silence” is one of the best episodes so far in Season 13. The jail gangs and the Bell Telephone strike were both powerful storylines. Margaret’s response to Nomi and Thomas was perfect. —Mary

An episode worthy of the Murdoch Mysteries episodes that did not disappoint in the earlier seasons. I always hoped that Chief Constable Giles would return. Nigel Bennett is excellent in the role, even if, in this episode he is a bit worn out from years in prison. I hope William and Julia will be able to help him. An episode I truly enjoy! —Noele

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APTN premieres new 13-part series Spirit Talker

From a media release:

Spirit Talker is an emotional documentary series that follows Mi’kmaq medium Shawn Leonard as he travels throughout Atlantic Canada and connects people with their loved ones in the spirit world. Throughout the 13-part series, Shawn uses his unique ability to bring hope, healing and closure to hundreds of people.

During each half-hour episode, Shawn will visit a new First Nation community to perform a live show followed by powerful one-on-one readings with two individuals. Shawn is also on a journey to reconnect with his Mi’kmaq heritage, so in each community he’ll learn about the local history, participate in cultural events and practice traditional skills.

Spirit Talker is a co-production between Tell Tale Productions Inc. and Rebel Road Films. The series received financial support from the Canada Media Fund, The Nova Scotia Film & TV Production Incentive, and Federal Tax Credits.

Spirit Talker will have its world broadcast premiere on Wednesday, February 19, at 8 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. MST on APTN.

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