Consists of Canada Day Special episode featuring previously aired clips of Dini Petty Show episodes taped around Canada. Includes clips from episodes filmed in Halifax, Montreal, Edmonton, Regina, Banff, Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver. Includes guests Earle McRae (founding director of Elvis Sighting Society), Vancouver real estate agent Andrea Eng, architect Jin Cheng, alderwoman Garole Taylor re. Asian immigration and housing in Vancouver; clips from "The Heart of Quebec" interview with children's film producer Roch Demers, entertainer and writer Pauline Julien, cartoonist Terry Mosher on francophone culture; unemployed fish plant worker Pat Ferguson, United Mine Workers rep Joe Burke and Al McDonald of CFB Summerside on economic depression in the Maritimes; financial advisor Brian Costello on recession issues in London, Ontario; retail analyst John Winter on cross-border shopping; Debbie Reynolds of the Elizabeth Fry Society and Lynn Karpetz (daughter was a murdered prostitute) on street kids; Theresa Stephenson on 'Chili for Children' program in Winnipeg; Fred Caswell (heart recipient), Heather Fisher (liver recipient) and Sally Galsworthy (donated daughters organs) on transplants; Andrew Morton ("Diana: Her True Story") on Princess Diana; Toronto police horse 'King', George Smith an Alzheimer's patient; John C. Charyk, Lorna Jarvis and Eugene Kush (town fool) of Hanna, Alberta; three unidentified female impersonators; "Mr. Tomorrow" futurist Frank Ogden; transsexual activist Angela Wensley; National Ballet School performers, music performers Luba, Jim Corcoran, Jean Marc [of band La Bas?], Daniel Lavoie, Colin James, Rita McNeil, The Rankin Family, Michelle Wright, George Fox, impersonator Andre Phillipe Gagnon, Celine Dion and local activists Jim Taylor ("Save Canada" billboards) and Agnes Potts and Connie Micallef ("Canadian First" t-shirts) .