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Season 7 is the seventh and final season of Road to Avonlea (1990–1996). It premiered with "Out of the Ashes" on January 14, 1996, and ended with "So Dear to My Heart" on March 31, 1996.

SummaryEdit

The King family copes with difficult personal and community changes that threaten to change their lives forever.

Felicity and Stuart open a foundling home for orphans. Izzy's Aunt Lilian visits and plans to take Izzy to Boston, but Felix attempts to get her to stay.

The Avonlea schoolhouse is threatened with closure and Hetty challenges Carmody to a contest to keep it open. The Avonlea cannery burns to the ground and Jasper and Olivia plan to leave for England.

Felicity accepts Stuart's marriage proposal, but when she receives word that Gus may still be alive, the wedding is postponed.

Road to Avonlea’s seventh and final season is the dramatic culmination of over seven years of excellence in dramatic programming.

CastEdit

Main cast
Lally Cadeau as Janet King (12/13)
Zachary Bennett as Felix King (11/13)
Mag Ruffman as Olivia Dale (10/13)
Molly Atkinson as Cecily King (9/13)
Jackie Burroughs as Hetty King (8/13)
Cedric Smith as Alec King (8/13)
Gema Zamprogna as Felicity King (4/13)


Recurring cast

Kay Tremblay as Great Aunt Eliza (7/13)
Alex Floyd as Daniel King (6/13)
Ryan Floyd as Daniel King (6/13)
Graham Losee as Edgar Dean (6/13)
Simone Rosenberg as Belle-Marie Dean (6/13)
Ian D. Clark as Simon Tremayne (6/13)
Maja Ardal as Clara Potts (5/13)
Heather Brown as Izzy Pettibone (5/13)
David Ferry as Stuart McRae (5/13)
Barbara Hamilton as Eulalie Bugle (5/13)
Patricia Hamilton as Rachel Lynde (5/13)
Cody Jones as Duffy Dean (5/13)
Kyle Labine as Davey Keith (5/13)

Marilyn Lightstone as Muriel Pettibone (5/13)
Kathryn Long as Cally Dean (5/13)
Lindsay Murrell as Dora Keith (5/13)
Scott Gibson as Donny Lester (4/13)
Marc Marut as Elbert Werts (4/13)
John Weir as Gurney MacDonald (4/13)
Robert Bednarski as Wiley Lester (3/13)
Kristin Fairlie as Becky Lester (3/13)
John Friesen as Archie Gillis (3/13)
Cara Pifko as Mavis Pritchard (3/13)
R.H. Thomson as Jasper Dale (3/13)
Mari Trainor as Molly Lester (3/13)

Guest cast

Roger Dunn as Bert Potts (2/13)
Rosemary Dunsmore as Abigail MacEwan (2/13)
Catherine Fitch as Selena Dale (2/13)
David Fox as Clive Pettibone (2/13)
Brendan Leufkens as Lucky MacEwan (2/13)
Michael Mahonen as Gus Pike (2/13)
Graham McPherson as Dr. Snow (2/13)
Albert Millaire as Pierre La Pierre (2/13)
Andrea Morris as Hannah Hubble (2/13)
Andrew Tarbet as Seth Pritchard (2/13)
Patricia Vanstone as Mrs. Hubble (2/13)
Christopher Weedon as Montgomery Dale (2/13)
Jeffrey Weedon as Montgomery Dale (2/13)
Zachary Ansley as Arthur Pettibone (1/13)
Katherine Ashby as Lottie Cooper (1/13)
Frances Bay as Winifred Ward (1/13)
Adam Bramble as Henry Archibald (1/13)
Matthew Bennett as Edward Osborne (1/13)
Sally Cahill as Trissie/Melusina (1/13)
Patrick Chilvers as Jim McNulty (1/13)
Ben Cook as Ian McNulty (1/13)
Matt Cooke as Mr. Morley (1/13)
Bob Desrosiers as Mr. Billingsly (1/13)

Brenda Devine as Mrs. Bradley (1/13)
David Gardner as Horace Beck (1/13)
Karen Glave as Odelia (1/13)
Ryan Gosling as Bret McNulty (1/13)
David Hemblen as Lemuel Snibb (1/13)
Carolyn Hetherington as Mrs. Sandborn-Ellis (1/13)
Andrew Jackson as Goliath (1/13)
Géza Kovács as Mr. Skinner (1/13)
Jackie Laidlaw as Mrs. Skinner (1/13)
Eugene Levy as Rudy Blaine (1/13)
Louisa Martin as Phoebe MacDougall (1/13)
Shawn Mathieson as Jimmy (1/13)
Sheila McCarthy as Betty Blaine (1/13)
Frank Pellegrino as Professr Rizelli (1/13)
Sarah Polley as Sara Stanley (1/13)
Toby Proctor as Morgan Pettibone (1/13)
Karl Pruner as Malcolm MacEwan (1/13)
Jackie Richardson as Megget Lydie (1/13)
Bradley Sewell as Montgomery Dale (1/13)
Brendan Sewell as Montgomery Dale (1/13)
Michael Tait as Mr. Tumbridge (1/13)
Patricia Vanstone as Mrs. Hubble (1/13)
Dianne Wiest as Lilian Hepworth (1/13)

Co-starring

Miranda Jade as Orpahn Girl (2/13)
Gary Allan as German Tourist Hans (1/13)
John Boylan as Man with Mail (1/13)
Harold Burke as Minister (1/13)
Alan Clifton as Knight (1/13)
Ray Doucette as Policeman (1/13)
Karyn Dwyer as Laura (1/13)
Michael Fawkes as Surgeon (1/13)
Craig Gardner as Jailer (1/13)
Dick Grant as Carmody Mayor (1/13)
Joan Gregson as Mission Matron (1/13)
Carolyn Hay as Co-Worker (1/13)
P.J. Heslin as Stevedore (1/13)
Robert Hollinger as Crewman (1/13)
Jack Jessop as Station Master (1/13)

Alan Jordan as Railway Official (1/13)
Barry Kennedy as Police Constable (1/13)
Robert King as Ticket Agent (1/13)
Larry Mannell as Conductor (1/13)
Kevin McIntryre as Jewelry Assistant (1/13)
Jacqueline McLeod as Matron (1/13)
Brian Mifsud as Baseball Player (1/13)
Gordon Milroy as Cannery Worker (1/13)
Paulino Nunes as Sailor (1/13)
Gerry Quigley as Carmody Principal (1/13)
David Roemmele as Quint (1/13)
David Schurmann as Colonel (1/13)
Bob Tennent as Frederick (1/13)
Adrian Truss as Cannery Worker (1/13)
Lloyd White as Waiter (1/13)

EpisodesEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

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