Basic Space

Basic Space

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Confined to an apartment that’s too small for the both of them, two roommates must learn to respect each other’s personal space.

Bending the Rails

Bending the Rails

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Residents of Toronto’s Junction Triangle work to stop Metrolinx and the Provincial Government’s joint plan to run more than 400 diesel trains a day through their neighbourhood.

Birdman

Birdman

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An astronaut reflects on his childhood experiences on planet Earth and the quirky neighbor known as “Bird Man” who dared to suggest suburban residents consider ecology.

City Survival

City Survival

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The everyday adventures of a small-town girl who leaves home for an urban centre and experiences both the pangs and joys of her new independence.

The Fifth Region

The Fifth Region

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Canada's Arctic is divided into four territories. Inuit children were affected greatly by the 60s Scoop and a large number of Inuit people now live in the South, which they call "the fifth region." Two young urban Inuit people share their personal journeys to reconcile mixed identities and reconnect with tradiional Inuit culture far from home.

Neighbourhood Utopia

Neighbourhood Utopia

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Affectionately known as La Pointe, Pointe-Saint-Charles is working- class neighbourhood in southwest Montreal. Once among the biggest industrial districts in Canada, today it is under attack by real estate developers. 

Regarding Vancouver

Regarding Vancouver

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Regarding Vancouver looks at the mythologies and image-making of a city with thoughtful comments from local architects Matthew Soules and Annabel Vaughan, author Roy Miki, cultural planner Derek Simons, Métis filmmaker Kamala Todd, and SFU professor Jerry Zaslove.