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|Irene Green, Hilary Pryor
Kate-La Faith Hanuse
Brian Culp (puppeteer)
Ingrid Hansen (puppeteer)
Steve Barker (puppeteer)
Rob Hunter (puppeteer)
|Composed by Ry Moran
|Country of origin
|No. of seasons
|No. of episodes
|43 (list of episodes)
|November 19, 2008
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Filming occurs at various locations including the city of Victoria, Little Raven pre-school, Kuper Island First Nations and Nitinat Lake
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