A carpenter’s son, James Charles Dumaresq emerges as one of the most prolific and successful architects in Canada during the late 19th-century. Leaving a legacy of buildings in the Maritime provinces, J.C. Dumaresq was the first of five successive generations of architects based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The six episode documentary series explores and celebrates the architectural heritage of a man, his family, and profession, with a focus on seven buildings he designed in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
The Supers, The Stoners and The Big Bad is a comedy about women and the internal and external expectations put on them. From having children, to markers of success, to the idea that they are supposed to be good and “save the world”. Women can be both vulnerable and silly, even when they are also powerful. This series shows even the noble and good heroes are not what you expect, and everyone has their own version of impostor syndrome.
With Season 2 the insanity continues at Chatsworth, the most dysfunctional women’s prison on the planet. The administration continues to lose control of the unruly inmates. Don’t despair, it’s still a fun hang!
Dean is a headstrong Canadian TV producer and Jean is a strong-willed chef from Thailand. Together, they attempt to make a cooking show about Thai food. There's just one challenge: they're husband and wife. Follow Dean and Jean, in front and behind the cameras, as they navigate their egos, cultural differences, and their marriage to make a cooking show!
One Pot Wonders is an instructional program teaching the audience 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.
Masters of Photography is a new television series that showcases the incredible talent of six New Brunswick photographers. In this series professional photographer Mark Hemmings interviews each photographer, and joins them on a photo shoot. In each episode, the audience gets a behind the scenes look at a professional photo shoot — discovering both the technical and aesthetic elements that come together to make the perfect photograph. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about landscape, wedding, documentary, portrait, nature, and product photography, you’ve come to the right place!
Threading the Needle brings into focus a few of the many talented knitters, quilters, and hookers in PEI. Prepare yourself to fight the urge to head to a craft store and begin a journey into the world of needle arts as you discover these colourful, dedicated artists who live and breathe their craft.
The six Cape Breton Island individuals who are featured in this “Lone” series, live alone but are not lonely. They are happy to go about their daily lives with purpose, feeling accomplished and with a positive attitude. They have a healthy balance with nature, arts, music and appear to be a mystery to all who see them from a distance. Their measure of success is their independence, privacy and freedom.
While filming a travel series about a charming cottage country town, the cast and crew soon discover that the local expert hosting the show knows little about the town she claims to have grown up in. As a detective circles the set looking for answers to an unsolved case, the show’s host, its crew, and the town of Orillia are soon wrapped up in a comedic mystery that explores what it means to be part of a community.
Four Women is a show featuring culturally and racially-diverse women empowering their communities. Where Shery runs an arts group for marginalized artists, Jamie helps musicians grow. Where Dawn empowers Indigenous women, Rehab supports refugees from Syria. Each story shows their unstoppable will to create impact through art, food and culture.
Adding a part-time sport to your life brings so many positive benefits. And it’s a lot easier than you think! Lyndsay Anderson takes us on an exciting tour of all the great active hobbies anyone can get into. From rock climbing to surfing, Lyndsay gives us a firsthand look into trying sports for the first time.