Sacred Head Waters: Loveman Nole visits a vast territory in northern British Columbia where a watershed is now threatened by an open pit mining operation.
In The Saint Soldier, Sikhs talk about their lives and their faith. From a nationally honoured teacher to a controversial female radio personality, a temple elder to a high-tech entrepreneur and an elderly immigrant who first abandoned the symbols of his religion to try and assimilate, they all explore what it means to be a Sikh in Canada today.
This documentary captures the enthusiasm of the small Métis commnunity from Manitoba who had the opportunity to present an exhibit for the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
This episode of Ghost Towns of Canada explores Sandon, British Columbia, a silver town in southeastern B.C. At its peak, Sandon was the alcohol, gambling and sex capital of Canada's own Wild West. Despite producing more wealth than the California, Klondike and Cariboo gold rushes combined, Sandon's silver mines would go into decline by the turn of the century.
Introducing Cree vocabulary to young children, featuring words related to scary stuff.
"The basic image derives from a shot depicting women in (Edwardian era) dresses standing along the edge of the ocean. Within this eight second loop, he cuts shorter ones. For example, the activity of a central group of three women is cut so that the figures repeat certain motions over and over again ..."
- Kristina Nordstrom
Introducing Cree vocabulary to young children, featuring words related to the seasons.
Secret War: The Odyssey of the Suffield Volunteers is the story of four Canadian soldiers-four of more than two thousand-who between 1941 and 1945 volunteered to be `human guinea pigs', testing deadly mustard gas at a military camp in Suffield, Alberta.
Seeking the Current explores the environmental costs of hydro-electricity in the light of the many alternative forms of energy, such as solar energy, biomass, biogas, energy efficiency, wind and geothermal power.
In this episode from the Writers' Confessions series, well-known Canadian authors explain the absolute necessity of sticking to a schedule, the ways they approach research, and the importance of editing.
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