All about the highly-anticipated new season of Letterkenny, right from the hot set and featuring interviews with the show’s award-winning cast!
This high-energy, hop-filled adventure centres around three life-long friends who have an affinity for all things beer. They travel to different breweries and immerse themselves in the surrounding culture, leaving you salivating at the chance to try the tasty suds.
Every week, Maxim Martin chats with two players or members of the Montreal Canadiens organization as they go out for a car ride. Share some unexpected, funny and touching moments with your favourite team.
Follow the extraordinary journey of creators, entrepreneurs and innovators in and around Ottawa as they explore the driving factors behind why they do what they do, share unfiltered narratives about their challenges, and as they describe the impact they hope to leave in the world.
This docu-series offers a glimpse of the citizens who live in Cambridge. The artists, the game changers, the outcasts, the movers and shakers, the challenged, all have a story to tell.
Ralph and Pat are a couple of regular guys who know one thing about wine. They like to drink it. So, they travel to vineyards across Niagara and learn how to make it, pair it and that Pinot Noir isn't a cologne.
More than two centuries of Canadian history from the coal mines of Cape Breton. It is a story of resilience put to test, human exploitation, courage and friendship born in the deeps. With surprising historical twists and Cape Breton humor it takes you from the moment coal was first discovered on the island to the modern days when the industry seemed to be gone forever.
Atlantic Architecture highlights regional diversity in a way that is unique to the rest of Canada. With freeze thaw cycles, snow, wind and vast spaces, architects need to consider climate and the environment when designing buildings in this region. Learn what makes Atlantic Canadian Architecture powerful. Explore how architects are using Atlantic Canada as a springboard to International recognition.
In the Dead of Winter festival is an acoustic-based festival held annually in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the last weekend of January. The festival brings together a variety of musicians to showcase the diversity of acoustic music in the Atlantic Region. IDOW not only celebrate the excellence of our musicians but also provides venues for artists who have not yet had the opportunity to perform their music to a wider audience.
On your mark, get set, gorge! Take a fast paced tour of the city as Caroline Dumont finds three Ottawa restaurants that have a different spin on the same dish. From staples like burgers, pizza and poutine, to specialty options in vegetarian, seafood and small plates, Caroline finds something for every taste.