Blanche (Series) (1993)

Blanche, daughter of Emilie Bordeleau, leaves her small French-Canadian town and large family to go and live with her married sister and study medicine in Montreal, Canada. As it is the early 1930's, women are not allowed to become doctors and practice medicine. Blanche completes her nursing studies, then accepts a position in the far off Abitibi region in northern Quebec where a lack of doctors allows her the freedom to treat patients as any real doctor would. Here she goes through the heart ache of dealing with the stubborn attitudes of the chauvinistic pioneers. She comes head to head with a crooked logging boss and falls in love.

Pascale Bussières .... Blanche Pronovost
Jean-François Blanchard
Raymond Bouchard .... Duhaime
Geneviève Brouillette .... Marie-Ange
Robert Brouillette .... Paul Pronovost
Marie-Ève Champagne
Michel Charette .... Thibeault
Hugo Dubé .... Joachim Crête
Marilys Ducharme
Roy Dupuis .... Ovila Pronovost
Amulette Garneau .... Enseignante en secrétariat
Rémy Girard .... Mari de Marie-Ange
Elise Guilbault .... Femme médecin
Jonathan Join
David La Haye .... Napoléon
Jean-Sébastien Larouche
Patrice L'Ecuyer .... Clovis
Marie-Claude Lefebvre .... Alice Pronovost
Jacques Lussier .... Henri Douville
Pascale Montpetit .... Marie-Louise
Marina Orsini .... Emilie Bordeleau
Caroline Ouellette
Valérie Valois .... Germaine Larivière
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