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New series!
Kingston Renewed

When Kingston loses its key icons, The Kingston Pen, John A MacDonald and The Tragically Hip, it experiences a surprising renewal. Former Montrealer Albert Nerenberg is caught up in the city’s transformation and experiences a bit of a rebirth himself.

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City Girl Eats The Country

City Girl Eats The Country transports you to rustic farms and rural homes. City Chef Sara and her trusty sous chef and sidekick, Jewels, aim to prepare a cherished family recipe. Bon appétit meets barnyard bedlam in this comical culinary escapade.

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Ice Canoe

Through encounters with the people who are keeping ice canoeing alive and pushing the limits of the competition, Ice Canoe presents the faces of a sport that’s all about team spirit and dedication. Host Aaron Bass brings a sport that’s unique in the world to life. If you want to conquer the ice floes of the Saint Lawrence River, you can’t get cold feet.

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Shane Dreams of Sweet Corn

As the only black farmer outside Caledonia, Ontario, Shane McLeod faces challenges as he attempts to diversify by growing a lucrative crop of sweet corn.

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The Roaming Chef

Chef Alex Page wants the freshest ingredients to cook with, so he drives to different farms in the Durham Region area to create meals inspired by what they produce. Alex cooks with milk, lavender, hot peppers, cider, flour and honey all from different sized farms. He packs his own kitchen and sets it up at each location to cook right on site for the hungry farmers.

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Pizza Town

In Pizza Town, childhood friends and hosts Danny & Ozzy reunite in the pizza capital of Canada: Windsor, Ontario. They visit various famous pizzerias across town to indulge in eating pizza, learning how to make it, and find out from the chefs themselves their perspective on what makes Windsor’s pizza so unique and special.

Abandoned Manitoba

Join local author and historian, Gordon Goldsborough, as he unearths the stories behind some of Manitoba’s least known historic sites.

What Odds

Desperate to prove she is not a failure, she faces her deep-seated fears and low self-worth in a journey to find happiness. If only she wasn’t her own worst enemy! This is the story of Betty, a woman who needs to learn to love herself.

The Town Clown

The Town Clown tells the story of Leon Watt, a quirky, middle-aged man whose side gig as a Clown is his only source of pride. When he hits rock bottom after a stint of unemployment and a life changing diagnosis, Leon, along with his family, works hard to overcome these obstacles.


Flatlanders explores how climbers living in a flat province, Manitoba, feed their obsession for climbing. From building steep, overhanging structures to joining climbing gyms to climb, these climbers never run out of ideas to keep their passion alive.

One Pot Wonders

One Pot Wonders teaches you how to make hassle free, healthy meals all in one vessel. Hosted by Chef Christine Amar, One Pot Wonders is aimed at people on the go who are conscious about what they put in their bodies but don’t necessarily have the time to cook full, healthy meals.

Faulconbridge’s Falling Down

Promising a fantastical milieu of silliness and featuring many of Hamilton’s emerging talents and treasures, Faulconbridge’s Falling Down will have you gawking at catastrophe, rooting for the underdog and appreciating the smart, sharp comedy from wit master Scott Faulconbridge.

Antiquarian Objects - The Legend of Manitoba

Lynny hikes across the province, visiting museums and curators, in her search for Antiquarian Objects.

Get In the Kitchen

Host Robbie Doherty invites food influencer, writer, culinary instructor and award-winning chef Ilona Daniel to get into the kitchen where she teaches him how to prepare fun, easy, and affordable recipes for busy families.

Right Under My Roof

Right Under My Roof follows the comedic love triangle of two brothers and one’s girlfriend. Mark’s long-lost brother, Sammy, moves in. With Mark always at work, it leaves Sammy and Maria at home with nothing but each other and their video cameras.

Food is Me

Starting a restaurant in Canada is a leap of faith. Food is Me goes behind the counter of five Hamilton establishments to uncover the stories behind the food they are known for.

The Art of Coffee

The Art of Coffee unveils the secrets hidden within a cup of coffee by connecting with professionals from the industry in Quebec City.


In a sloppy attempt to straighten out and fly right, Bike takes on a job running errands for a shady real estate lawyer. Becoming the only witness to a drive-by shooting, Bike’s ambiguously skewed moral compass goes topsy-turvy when he may be endangering everyone in his life, including his daughter and her mother.