David Boswell always aspired to be something more, so he created the comic book anti-hero Reid Fleming, the World's Toughest Milkman. The comic has received praise from many fans and people in the industry, including Matt Groening. However decades later, the Hollywood adaptation remains in contractual limbo. Watch the documentary to find out what is next for Reid Fleming.
Ottawa's very own pop culture expert, Matt “Mr. Hollywood” Demers, is your guide to the hottest entertainment events, places, and people in the Capital and across the country.
Four teams embark on a journey full of puzzles and challenges set up around the island of Montreal. Who will be the winner of the Montreal Urban Race?
In this 3 part mini series, we will take an in depth look at the history of the Irish Community in Montreal, the economical and social impact the Irish had on Montreal and finally how Montreal celebrates Saint-Patrick.
Artists, thinkers and creators of all stripes tell us what inspires their work. A starting point that takes us into their creative process, in their own words.
Boxing life TV takes you behind the ring, for an exclusive look at boxers' training regiment, passion and their community engagement.
Rashida Geddes, millennial coach and business mentor, brings together a stellar list of Montreal business gurus who share their expertise and insights on how to navigate the corporate, entrepreneurial and non-profit worlds to achieve success. She leverages her coaching and business experience to engage in meaningful conversations delivering the audience actionable tips to motivate career success.
For the Ottawa Senators Foundation, passion has no off-season. Game Changers profiles the people and programs making a difference in our city through the help of the NHL hockey club’s not-for-profit side. From mental health awareness campaigns to amateur sport initiatives around the city, this series profiles people who are transforming Ottawa one initiative at a time.
Using money won through the CNIB lottery, Kate began to create 3D paintings that blind and partially sighted people could experience and enjoy, opening up a world of the arts to people who could not previously enjoy it.
It’s what makes the GTA a basketball hotbed. What produced two consecutive number one NBA draft picks. It’s the grassroots. It’s our Home Court advantage! This documentary series takes you behind the scenes to watch the athletes, coaches, and communities that pour their hearts and souls into the game. See tomorrow’s stars start their days with 5:00 am winter runs, battle the opposition on game day, and show us why Toronto is becoming a force in the basketball world.
Black Men Loving is a heart-warming that challenges racial assumptions and stereotypes often associated with Black fathers in the media. Through short intimate profiles with men from Regent Park and across Toronto, the film strives to share a new perspective on Black fathers, as they take on parenthood in full stride.
Noongom (Algonquin for "today") highlights the impact that a new generation of Aboriginal Peoples are making on the National Capital Region. Host Gabrielle Fayant showcases the work and creativity of Ottawa’s local Aboriginal youth, offering a fresh perspective that’s filled with humour and history. From large celebrations to homelessness, Noongom explores different cultures and stereotypes head-on to help people better understand what it means to be Aboriginal in Ottawa today.