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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
From nature to the table, Lori McCarthy takes viewers on a journey to explore the beautiful island of Newfoundland to discover the rich bounties that the land and sea have to offer. Foraging fresh and sustainable ingredients to create uniquely crafted dishes, Lori demonstrates the importance of food culture and the land around us in the new series East Coast Forager.
With over 400 years of history, Quebec City is the oldest French-speaking city in North America. Yet, an English-speaking community does exist and is as resilient as it is vibrant and close-knit. The anglophone cultural scene is diverse and multifaceted. Whether it be through music, literature, cuisine, sports or performing arts, Quebec City’s English speakers are leaving their mark. This series dives into the lives of various English-speaking personalities, highlighting different angles of this lesser-known community.
Mike and Tim are back for the second season of This Is The Thing! After being fired from the record store, the guys open one of their own. However, they quickly find out that running a store and balancing their dreams don’t always line up. Now it is time for them to enlist some help, avoid a cult, and hit the road in search of gigs and Portuguese Teal.
On Health Your Home, naturopathic Doctor Jenna Weeks visits those who need advice to help better their lifestyle. From people who only eat fast food, to those who unknowingly use almost exclusively toxic materials to make their homes smell a certain way, Jenna uncovers and eliminates the problems or offers alternatives.
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. Over six episodes, 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.
Every famous musician started by playing someone else’s music, but wouldn’t it be incredible to hear a famous musician cover your song? On Cover2Cover, you'll hear up and coming musicians and well known artists take a spin at covering each other's songs as well as in-depth discussions about songwriting, careers, inspiration and more.
Worth Our Salt takes us on a journey around the world without leaving the beautiful shores of Prince Edward Island. Host Evelyn Bradley uncovers the stories of how chefs came to live on the Island and how they’ve adapted their traditional dishes since settling here. Each episode, Evelyn and her guest chef meet local food producers and try their hands at everything from lobster fishing to oyster shucking. Fresh ingredients in hand they settle in to cook us up a visual feast, and entertain us with stories of food and family.