The Missus Downstairs is about an oddball friendship hatched between one man and his nosy, yet strangely loveable, downstairs neighbour Mildred. Featuring Mary Walsh (Codco, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Hatching, Matching, and Dispatching) as the quirky and inquisitive Missus Downstairs, and Dave Sullivan (The Grand Seduction, The Republic of Doyle) as her somewhat naïve and shy upstairs neighbour.
The Essex-West-Essex Fire Department has everything a real fire department does: a shiny truck, immaculate uniforms, playful nicknames. In fact, the only thing they don’t have are fires.
Fortunately, they’re kept pretty busy with the type of calls you might expect in a rural town. A stuck tractor. A wrong number. And an internal power struggle for Captaincy that is turning up the heat on the tension in their brigade.
The Szarka family is new to raising backyard chickens. They're basically like children with feathers. And clucking. And egg-laying. How hard can it be? This family is about to find out.
Simon Bauche is back and willing to go lower than ever before to root out Stittsville’s underground crime scene. Buckle up - twice - for the most action-packed emotional rollercoaster the suburbs have ever seen.
A documentary series highlighting skateboarding’s influence on the lives of locals, while chronicling the construction and community impact of the Garrison Skatepark.
Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show focused on quick and easy recipes for a busy lifestyle. Bridget shares wholesome recipes for main dish meals, salads and vegetable sides, desserts, healthy snacks, baked goods and more.
Kitchen Talk is a conversational docuseries based in Saint John, New Brunswick, about the issues in our community that hit home, and the unsung heroes who are making a difference. Hosted by local community organizer Cheryl Johnson, featuring raw, intimate and irreverent interviews in the streets of Saint John.
East Coast Kids travel around their home island of Cape Breton and discover the fun activities, culture, and music that the island has to offer. They meet with people who are doing some amazing things. They learn about culture, history, sports, and craft that is happening on their Island while showcasing the beauty of Cape Breton.
For many different reasons, people change their lives completely and find themselves starting over… in a rural area! Whether they are refugees or want to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind or fulfill their dreams of becoming BnB hosts, chefs, or farmers, they all have a story!
Set in Prince Edward County, Ontario, this series of documentary shorts explores the reasons, challenges and personal resiliency behind these inspiring life changes and shows how to build a life in a new place called home.