1913: In a small town in the middle of theCanadian prairies, the youngest person ever to graduate from the University of Toronto’sMedical program experiences a tragedy during a medical emergency that shakes him to the core andputs a community’s future legacy in jeopardy. In a placewhere the smallest actions and quietest voices canmake the biggest difference, one man unites them to allto create a better tomorrow.
The documentary follows the life of Dr. William GrahamMainprize as he becomes the heart and soul of severalcommunities in South East Saskatchewan. With assistancefrom committed townspeople, the Doc carriesout miracles on a weekly basis. When an emergencyon an isolated farm arises, the whole community ralliestogether to ensure Doc’s safe and speedy passage.Wild and unpredictable weather, coupled with the ruggedand unforgiving landscape, force the doctor andhis partners to be resourceful in order toattend to his patients. Some say that the Doc and mechanically minded residents may have designed the first snowmobile ever made. They also created a “Mud mobile”, a monster car, long before anyone else, all in the name of serving the sick.