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Episode 12: Prelude to a Kiss
Original airdate: Saturday, March, 29th

In Prelude to a Kiss, the mine disaster investigation heats up and Gowen realizes that he can use the bond between Abigail and Bill against them. Meanwhile, a hurt and confused Jack confronts Elizabeth about her job offer back home. The entire town is looking to Elizabeth to decide the fate of the school and the children. Meanwhile, Jack's ex-fiancee Rosemary has charmed everyone with her big personality and she seems determined not to give up hope that she sill has a future with Jack. Abigail too clings to the hope that the arrival of the insufferable and incorruptible Judge Black will finally bring justice. As tensions in town build, Elizabeth, Jack and Rosemary all make a final choice about their futures.


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Episode 11: Rules of Engagement
Original airdate: Saturday, March, 22nd

Jack is hailed a hero after putting away the Tolliver outlaws, and has decided to come back to Coal Valley for good. But his return to town—and to Elizabeth—is unexpectedly complicated by the arrival of gorgeous big-city actress, Rosemary LeVeaux, Jack’s ex-fiancée. Watching the two reunite, Elizabeth is devastated and furious with Jack for hiding the engagement, even as he promises Elizabeth that Rosemary is part of his past, not his present. Rosemary broke up with Jack years earlier to pursue her dream of becoming an actress in New York, but she now believes they can pick up right where they left off. She wastes no time making Coal Valley her home, making Elizabeth jealous and suddenly questioning her confidence. Meanwhile, Jack has asked Mountie forensic investigator and friend Bill Avery to help Abigail make a case against Gowen and the Pacific Northwest Mining Company regarding the mine explosion. As Bill and Abigail work together and ward off Gowen’s threats, Bill quickly becomes interested in Abigail and admits to Jack that he’d like to get to know her better, and Abigail may share the same feelings. As Elizabeth deals with her conflicted emotions about Jack while helping a new student realize his potential, she gets news from home that makes her doubt she should stay in Coal Valley at all.


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Episode 10: Love Comes First
Original airdate: Saturday, March, 15th

Saying goodbye to Jack has left Elizabeth heartbroken, but she tries to stay strong in front of her class. Meanwhile, wanting to continue the investigation into the mine explosion, Abigail tries to outwit Henry Gowen. But when Mr. Gowen catches wind of her plot, he hatches a devious attempt to stop her, going so far as to implicate Abigail's husband in the disaster. Meanwhile, Julie is letting herself fall for Nate's devious charms. Now back to full health, Nate's true intentions become clear. But Julie's fairytale infatuation may bring the Thatcher face-to-face with grave danger.


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Episode 9: Change of Heart
Original airdate: Saturday, March, 8th

A determined Jack properly asks Elizabeth for a dinner date, finally making his romantic intentions clear. Elizabeth is excited, and is in for another very special surprise—an unexpected visit from her younger sister, Julie. Julie, a stylish, aristocratic young woman with a flair for the dramatic, is eager to know all about Elizabeth’s life in the Wild West—including her romance with the handsome Mountie. Elizabeth hesitates to make a fuss about her date with Jack, but can’t help but be swept away when he surprises her with a very romantic evening at the café, with a little help from Abigail. But Jack is hiding a secret from Elizabeth that could change the course of their relationship; he has been granted a long-awaited transfer to another post, a request he made when he unhappily arrived in Coal Valley. Having finally settled in and hoping to shrug off the lonely life of a Mountie to be with Elizabeth, Jack is distraught by this news, and must find the right time to tell her. Meanwhile, Abigail is dealing with pressure from Gowen, who has suddenly shown a great interest in her and the café. Barring Gowen’s advances, Abigail talks to Jack, who confides in her he is investigating Gowen’s role in the mine explosion, sparking Abigail’s anger. And while Elizabeth deals with the painful news from Jack about his departure, Julie naively finds herself mixed up in helping an injured man who turns out to be a dangerous, wanted outlaw on the run.


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Episode 8: Perils of the Soloist
Original airdate: Saturday, March, 1st

Elizabeth and Abigail emotionally move out of the row house and into the rooms above Abigail’s café, starting a new chapter and leaving many memories behind. Elizabeth panics when she is put in charge of directing the children in the annual Founder’s Day Play, with only a week to prepare. With the Mayor’s wife, Dottie, looking over her shoulder, Elizabeth worries she won’t be able to pull off the spirited tribute to Coal Valley’s founders the town is anticipating. While rehearsals begin, Jack surprises Elizabeth with some special talents, and has an even bigger gesture in mind to help her more than she could have ever hoped. At the same time, Coal Valley welcomes back the sole survivor of the mine explosion, Adam Miller, who is finally coming home after many months in a hospital following the disaster. His wife, Laurel, and two young daughters, Joleen and Morgan-Rose, are excited to see him, but never expected he’d return home with only one leg. Adam, frustrated and embarrassed by his new condition, feels he can barely work or provide for his family, and his bitter attitude starts to take a toll. Then, haunted by memories from the explosion, Adam runs away, believing his family and the town are better off without him. Jack immediately rides out to find him, leaving a worried Elizabeth behind—making them both realize their relationship has started to mean so much more. And on the night of the play, as Joleen solemnly goes on stage to perform without the support of her father, everyone is in for a tearful surprise.


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Episode 7: Second Chances
Original airdate: Saturday, February, 22nd

After Elizabeth raves about her baking, Abigail is inspired to re-open Coal Valley’s dilapidated and abandoned café. But when she approaches Mr. Gowen about purchasing the property, Abigail learns her dream of pursuing a new purpose in life will come at a price—Gowen wants her row home in exchange, leaving Abigail a week to decide if she can make that sacrifice. Meanwhile, in the wake of Elizabeth’s brief romance with the dishonest Billy Hamilton, Jack and Elizabeth remain at odds. Making matters worse, Jack accidentally insults her as he fumbles his attempt to confess his growing feelings. Elizabeth becomes eager to help one of her older students, Bo Grady, learn how to read. After giving Bo an intelligence test, Elizabeth discovers that he is very intelligent, but suffers from dyslexia. Elizabeth urges Bo’s parents, Matilda and Carl, to let her give Bo special reading lessons. Carl, however, is adamant that Bo joins him, working in the mine. Elizabeth refuses to give up on Bo’s future and comes up with a plan to get through to both of the Grady men, while Jack finally finds the right way to open up to her about their rocky relationship in hopes of starting over.


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Episode 6: These Games
Original airdate: Saturday, February, 15th

Coal Valley hosts the annual Miner’s Games, where all the new coalminers engage in a series of friendly competitions. New miner DeWitt Graves is still competing for the affections of Mary Dunbar, but finds his attempts at bonding with her son Caleb are not going as smoothly as he hoped. Meanwhile Elizabeth feels caught between overprotective Jack and her new beau Billy Hamilton. When Jack tells her he has proof Billy is lying about his identity, Elizabeth decides she's had enough and pushes Jack away. Abigail too has her hands full as Carla Noonan goes into premature labor. With no doctor in town, it seems unlikely that Carla or her baby will make it through safely. And making matters worse, a string of burglaries is plaguing Coal Valley. Convinced that Billy Hamilton is the culprit, Jack devises a plan to catch him the act. But springing the trap reveals a surprise criminal and also reveals the truth about Billy’s motivations for pursuing Elizabeth.


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Episode 5: The Dance
Original airdate: Saturday, February, 8th

The Stanton house is turned into a makeshift hospital as a concerned Abigail takes in very pregnant widow Carla Noonan to keep an eye on her health. Meanwhile, the new coal miners arrive to start working while bunking above the saloon, and Elizabeth is immediately charmed by young miner Billy Hamilton, much to Jack's annoyance—and jealousy. Sensing smooth-talker Billy isn’t who he says he is, Jack decides to get to the bottom of his suspicion, while Elizabeth agrees to let Billy take her to Coal Valley’s upcoming dance at the saloon, brushing off Jack’s warnings. Most of the rowdy group of miners seems like trouble, but some of the widows discover not all the men are so bad. Mary Dunbar is flattered by honest and quiet miner Dewitt Graves, whose offer to join her for dinner and accompany her to Coal Valley’s festive saloon dance causes Mary’s son, Caleb, to act out and grieve for his late father. And on the night of the dance, Jack finds out the truth about Billy, and must find a way to make Elizabeth listen.


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Episode 4: Secrets And Lies
Original airdate: Saturday, February, 1st

Elizabeth and Jack's relationship heats up as they spend more time together. They especially bond in the wake of the shocking arrest of widowed mother Cat Montgomery. At first Elizabeth is angry, but she stands by Jack as he reluctantly takes Cat into custody after noticing a stockpile of the same oil cans in Cat’s shed that were used to burn down the church. As Elizabeth takes care of Cat’s angry and confused children and Jack investigates the case, they work together to find clues so Cat can return home amidst the town’s rumor mill. Then, the discovery of a discarded necklace by one of Elizabeth’s students gives her a lead to follow. Elizabeth learns that Cat had a mysterious suitor following her husband’s death, who could be just the suspect they are looking for. With Elizabeth hot on the trail to prove Cat’s innocence, she quickly discovers the truth behind the church fire, and must rely on Jack to save her when she becomes the target of a lying man’s pistol.


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Episode 3: A Telling Silence
Original airdate: Saturday, January 25th

Elizabeth and Jack are helping the Coal Valley residents cope with the fatal mining accident while learning to overcome their own differences and work together. One of Elizabeth’s younger students, Rosaleen, is especially devastated over her father's death and hasn't spoken a word since the day of the disaster. Elizabeth talks with Rosaleen's mother, Molly, and agrees to keep a special eye on Rosaleen to help her open up again. Meanwhile, Jack investigates the fire that burned down Reverend Anderson's church. Suspicion hangs over widow and rival spiritual leader Cat Montgomery, who may have turned to arson out of anger towards the Pacific Northwest Mining Company that also owned the church. As Jack questions Cat about the fire, he is summoned to Elizabeth's aid when she realizes Rosaleen has gone missing from class. Jack and Elisabeth come together to start searching for the troubled little girl, and soon find that silence can speak volumes.


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Episode 2: Cease & Desist
Original airdate: Saturday, January 18th

When the widows of Coal Valley receive eviction notices from the Coal Company to make way for new miner recruits, Elizabeth tries desperately to hatch a plan to keep the widows from moving out of the only town they know. While Elizabeth enlists her students to help her find a legal loophole, the widows, led by Abigail, propose a risky ultimatum to Gowen. The widows will work in the mines, and if a majority of the blocked passageways are cleared before the new recruits are set to arrive, the widows get to keep their homes and lives in Coal Valley. But of course, all does not go according to plan.


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Episode 1: Lost & Found
Original airdate: Saturday, January 11th

During Frontier Times in a small Canadian town named Coal Valley, newly appointed schoolteacher Elizabeth Thatcher becomes acquainted with her new community, one that is still coping with the pain of a recent coal mining disaster that took the lives of most of town’s miners. When a wooden plank inscribed with a sentimental message is discovered in the mine, new constable Jack Thornton begins an investigation to discover the plank’s rightful owner, while Elizabeth struggles with capturing the enthusiasm of her students in the wake of tragedy.


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