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Absolutely Canadian is a national weekly one-hour series showcasing documentaries and performance programs that tell unique stories from communities across Canada.
Photographer and garlic farmer Joan Sullivan seeks to capture how people living along the rural coast of eastern Quebec adapt to major climate change events.
Broadcaster Jackie Torrens discovers what it is like to live on welfare for one week.
The remarkable transformation of Roland Vandal, from struggling drug addict to community leader.
A group of Newfoundland Ponies is rescued from the west coast and brought home.
An eye-opening and emotional history of Winnipeg's LGBT community through personal stories, news reports, and rarely-seen archival images and recordings.
The passionate life and loves of composer Malcolm Forsyth, the man who defined Canadian Classical music.
There are over a million Aboriginal people in Canada. Increasingly those who leave their reserves are finding their way to large urban centers like Toronto. This is their story.
The story of New Brunswick native John Peters Humphrey, a disabled man who fought for global human rights.
Exploring the sticky, golden universe of Canada's quintessential national emblem, this documentary showcases the culture and politics behind an industry that recently suffered the biggest heist in agricultural history.
The Blue Puttees face internal battles after World War I.
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