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Over 48 hours, 60 camera crews descended across Canada's streets, airspace, parks and homes to capture the stories of those working to protect the country, resulting in an 8-part documentary series, Keeping Canada Safe.
A police task force in Quebec City undertakes the suspenseful, chilling arrest of a suspected child pornographer. Canadian Forces fighter jet pilots in Cold Lake engage in a thrilling mid-air dogfight to test their response in the event of enemy attack. A Commercial Vehicle Inspection Officer engages in high-speed pursuit of a truck on an Alberta highway — and finds trouble with his load. And a Hamilton mental health worker and her police officer partner search for a man who has reportedly been collecting weapons.
Swells are high at a surfing beach in Lawrencetown, NS, and lifeguards must rescue a child pulled from shore by a rip current. On the request of a runaway youth's parents, a Vancouver police officer searches for the teenager, whom he fears is slipping down the slope of drug addiction. Officers at resort party town Mt. Tremblant conduct a nighttime DUI roadblock, and find evidence of a possible crime. And a female aircraft mechanic in Vancouver replaces part of the landing gear in a small passenger plane.
Royal Canadian Air Force and Coast Guard search and rescue crews undertake risky helicopter maneuvers over the Atlantic Ocean.
A Calgary firearms examiner conducts forensic tests on a sawed-off shotgun to see if it has been used in a homicide under investigation.
Ottawa scientists at one of the few explosive testing facilities in the world test a compound made from everyday chemicals, and a bomb suit designed for first responders.
And Nunavut offenders go overnight "on the land" to reconnect with the skills and the cultural pride they need to avoid the cycle of incarceration.
An emergency brings trains to a halt in Toronto as dispatchers and constables work their way through rush hour on the busiest transit system in Canada. A day in the life of firefighters in St. John's and Vancouver, from their homes right onto their fire trucks, as they respond to emergency calls. A mom organizes a safe walk to school for children in a risky Toronto neighbourhood. And a young Indigenous man in remote Poplar Hill tests the safety of the local water
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