Season 5 is the fifth season of Road to Avonlea (1990-1996). It premiered with "Fathers and Sons" on January 9, 1994, and ended with "The Minister's Wife" on March 27, 1994.


Sara has blossomed into an independent and self-assured young lady, but one that still has a penchant for trouble. Now a fully-integrated member of Avonlea society, she begins to think about the day she must leave the security of her new home.

Felix lashes out against his father and rejects the notion of becoming a farmer. Hetty turns 50, but the celebration is soured when her writing contract is cancelled and she must endure a risky operation.

A visiting politician offers Alec an opportunity to run for office, but Alec questions the politician's shady dealings. Jasper and Olivia purchase the cannery and apply modern ideas to improve efficiency. Cecily falls ill with tuberculosis and Janet must make a difficult decision whether to send her to a sanitarium.

Once again, the stories in this volume range from uproariously funny to poignantly emotional.


Main cast
Zachary Bennett as Felix King (12/13)
Jackie Burroughs as Hetty King (11/13)
Lally Cadeau as Janet King (11/13)
Cedric Smith as Alec King (11/13)
Gema Zamprogna as Felicity King (11/13)
Mag Ruffman as Olivia Dale (10/13)
Harmony Cramp as Cecily King (8/13)

Recurring cast

Alex Floyd as Daniel King (9/13)
Ryan Floyd as Daniel King (9/13)
Marilyn Lightstone as Muriel Stacey (9/13)
Ian D. Clark as Simon Tremayne (7/13)
Lindsay Murrell as Dora Keith (6/13)
Kay Tremblay as Aunt Eliza (6/13)
Roger Dunn as Bert Potts (5/13)
Barbara Hamilton as Mrs. Bugle (5/13)
Marilyn Boyle as Mrs. Inglis (4/13)
Heather Brown as Izzy Pettibone (4/13)
David Fox as Clive Pettibone (4/13)
John Friesen as Archie Gillis (4/13)

Patricia Hamilton as Rachel Lynde (4/13)
Kay Hawtrey as Mrs. Sloane (4/13)
Anne Holloway as Mrs. Brown (3/13)
Kyle Labine as Davey Keith (4/13)
Marc Marut as Elbert Werts (4/13)
Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley (4/13)
Bradley Sewell as Montgomery Dale (4/13)
Brendan Sewell as Montgomery Dale (4/13)
Sandra Scott as Mrs. Latham (3/13)
Bob Bainborough as Constable (3/13)
Michael Mahonen as Gus Pike (3/13)
Graham McPherson as Dr. Snow (3/13)

Guest cast

R.H. Thomson as Jasper Dale (2/13)/
Jeremiah Dale (1/13)
Brenda Bazinet as Dr. Jones (2/13)
Stockard Channing as Viola Elliot (2/13)
Carolyn Hay as Mrs. Tweed (2/13)
Elva Mai Hoover as Mrs. Lawson (2/13)
Jim Mezon as John Elliot (2/13)
Chick Roberts as Mr. Biggins (2/13)
Jaimz Woolvett as Booth Elliot (2/13)
Zachary Ansley as Arthur Pettibone (1/13)
Maja Ardal as Mrs. Potts (1/13)
Yank Azman as Mr. Wakefield (1/13)
Mairon Bennett as Young Hetty (1/13)
Laura Bertram as Adeline Hodgson (1/13)
Renessa Blitz as Young Muriel (1/13)
Harold Burke as Mr. Beasly (1/13)
Benedict Campbell as Duncan McBean (1/13)
Samantha Chemerika as Alice Greene (1/13)
Claire Crawdford as Mrs. Kennedy (1/13)
Corinne Conley as Eleanor McHugh (1/13)
Susan Coyne as Mrs. Macrae (1/13)
Bob Dermer as Emmet Horn (1/13)
John Dolan as Ezra Macrae (1/13)
Aaron Dowden as Charlie Mackenzie (1/13)
Bruce Greenwood as Caleb Stokes (1/13)

Charles Hayter as Mr. Simpson (1/13)
Joan Heney as Mrs. Wigmore (1/13)
Howard Jerome as Mr. Moseworth (1/13)
Ray Jewers as Mr. Ambrose (1/13)
Brian Kelly as William McMillan (1/13)
Megan Kitchen as Young Hetty (1/13)
Susan Kottman as Grandmére Robichand (1/13)
Heath Lamberts as Rackham (1/13)
Christian Laurin as Clement Paquette (1/13)
Shannon Lawson as Miss Gordon (1/13)
Araby Lockhart as Mrs. Millings (1/13)
Seana McKenna as Hetty's Mother (1/13)
Richard McMillan as Lionel Lester (1/13)
Albert Millaire as Pierre Lapierre (1/13)
Phillip Nicoll as Milty Boulton (1/13)
Jeffrey Max Nicholls as Matt O'Donnell (1/13)
Gordon Pinsent as John Hodgson (1/13)
Bryan Renfro as Arthur McMillan (1/13)
Cliff Saunders as Ferguson (1/13)
Sandra Scott as Mrs. Sloane (1/13)
Paul Soles as Mr. Boddin (1/13)
Linda Sorensen as Isabelle Carrington (1/13)
Colleen Williams as Mrs. Trilby (1/13)
Philip Williams as Mr. Duncan (1/13)


Glen Peloso as Clerk (1/13)/Joel (1/13)
Rodger Barton as Judge (1/13)
Claude Bede as Man (1/13)
Paul Brown as Patent Clerk (1/13)
Bob Clout as Bigwig (1/13)
Marion Gilsenan as Hotel Guest (1/13)
Charles Hayter as Farmer Simpson (1/13)

Heather Hodgson as Girl's Mother (1/13)
Andrew Hurley as Bass Player (1/13)
Melody Johnson as Young Girl (1/13)
Lew Lehman as Bigwig (1/13)
Mary Pirie as Mother (1/13)
Blair Purcell as Stage Driver (1/13)
Les Porter as Publisher (1/13)

Other cast

Luke as Digger (4/13)
Amber as Digger (1/13)


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