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New Series!
DISH IT

Host Michelle Rabin visits six restaurants in the food capital of Canada — Hamilton, Ontario, and meets with six passionate online reviewers to learn about their food reviewing ways. Together they DISH IT!

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Hire or Fire

Sean McShane tries his hand working at a stingray farm, a duck and bee rescue, a chicken and sheep farm, and a goat yoga studio and hobby farm.

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The Human Crush

The Human Crush highlights the human connection and trust factor that feed the collaboration process while making art, in this case music. Each episode brings a different artist's story to light and together, with music producer Eric Eggleston, a new song is created from scratch in just a few hours.

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Audacity of Imagination – Teachers of Kingston

What do a jazz saxophonist, museum curator, and rabbi have in common? They’re all teachers. These are just a few of the diverse educators, instructors and trainers who foster the vibrancy, confidence, and community that make Kingston the jewel of southern Ontario.

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Lacrosse Generations

Lacrosse Generations is a touching story of a father passing down the game of lacrosse to his son. Kalen Sr. tells Kalen Jr. all about the Fort Erie Hawks, wooden lacrosse sticks and getting recruited by universities to play lacrosse in the United States. Lacrosse is much more than just a game to Kalen Sr., it’s a tradition.

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Chef at the Park

Chef at the Park is a journey into Quebec City's food scene. Through the eyes and mind of its top chefs, discover Quebec's best spots and learn more about the history of the city's magnificent parks.

Living The Dream

On Living the Dream, Scott is feeling the pressure to find his dream job in his thirties. In order to find it, he tries out practically every job on the planet. As Scott looks at different jobs in Manitoba and what it takes to do them, he meets the fascinating people behind those jobs. They share with Scott the good, bad, and why they ultimately love what they do. The question is, are any of these Scott's dream job?

this is it actually.

Now more than ever, the world needs human connection. One of the best ways to connect to others is through our stories. Based on the podcast, this is it actually, host jeni b gets behind the wheel of a vintage Westfalia to drive to unique & small communities to meet the people that make up the fabric of the town.

Winter Works!

Winter in Manitoba can be a harsh place to live and work, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t fun to be had. Come along and discover how you can work and play hard in this inhospitable place.

Bake Sale Show Down

Two teams of avid bakers go head-to-head in a bake sale battle to determine whose tasty treats can raise the most amount of money for their chosen charities. Join host Reta Ismail as she puts the bakers to the test against the elements.

Songs & Stories

Songs and Stories presented by Nova Scotia Summer Fest brings some of the top musical talent from the East Coast to Antogonish, Nova Scotia for a night of music and tales.

Best Summer Camp Ever

Rain or shine, summer camp can be a life-changing experience. Take a tour of some of these camps in PEI where making food, nurturing mental health, creating music, and loving horses are all at the forefront.

My Home Kitchen

From his home kitchen to yours, Chef Mark McCrowe cooks up a storm and takes you along for the journey. From traditional Newfoundland dishes to international favorites, flavor is on the menu.

My Best Ride

On My Best Ride, host Brian Sharp meets up with motorcyclists who take him on completely different riding experiences through Prince Edward Island’s exhilarating terrain. Each trek ends at a destination with special significance to the riders be it their home or business, whether it’s a beach, farm or favorite coffee spot. Experience Prince Edward Island and its valleys, red roads, ocean views and lupin fields from the perspective of a biker and the passion that drives them to ride despite the dangers they’ve all experienced.

MFG: Made in London

Get an inside look at the manufacturing of some of the most respected brands in the world. From scoreboards in the NFL, NHL and NBA, to custom racing boats, to ready-to-drink beverages being pumped out in the millions, these products are at the top of their game. Even the locals don’t know they’re made in their backyard in London, Ontario.

Tracking the Ten

On Tracking the Ten, 10 Jewish boys celebrated their Bar Mitzvahs together in Oshawa in 1973. All these years later, host Alan tracks each boy, now men, one by one to do some much needed catching up on how their lives have turned out since their Bar Mitzvahs.

Real Food Stories

Real Food Stories explores the current state of the food system and the people who are combatting issues of toxicity and environmental degradation.

Opening Night

Opening Night takes you behind the scenes of the revered Manitoba Chamber Orchestra to reveal how composers create, musicians rehearse and get ready, and how all of it comes together for a live performance on opening night. Featuring Oboist Caitlin Broms-Jacobs, Folksinger Raine Hamilton, Sopranos Tracy Dahl and Andriana Chuchman, percussionist Victoria Sparks and the music of the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra.

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