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!
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!
County Blooms celebrates flower growers, creators, designers and more. Join host Jen Pogue and visit the farms, gardens, shops, and studios run by talented flower pros across Peterborough County.
Each episode of BrawlStars re-enacts a real life fight, punched up with movie magic. A high-octane mix of stunt choreography and dynamic interviews with the heroic Canadians who lived to tell the tales.
Our Stories amplifies the voices and experiences of marginalized people, providing a safe and supportive space for individuals to share their perspectives, opinions, and struggles. Through intimate interviews and personal narratives, this series seeks to challenge societal norms, promote empathy and understanding, and create meaningful dialogue around issues of social justice and equality.
Every city has a Stoney Lonesome. It’s that part of town that’s on the wrong side of the tracks but the right side of life. There’s less money, less infrastructure, and less gluten free bread. But there’s a seat at the One One tavern for anyone who cares to join.
My Story, My Lens follows Ottawa area photographers to find out why they are so passionate about their career. Our guests share their love of photography, community, and the causes that are important to them. Whether they are driven by a passion for concerts or conservation, these photographers have a story to tell.
Successful entrepreneur and painter Stacey Bugsdrucker renovates and restores a run-down women’s shelter and vintage caboose. Through a little magic, Stacey brings back to life a 100-year-old dilapidated caboose forgotten about in a junkyard and gives new hope to a women’s shelter by renovating the safe place for its clients.
Fire and Slice takes viewers into the heart of knife making. Join host and knife maker Justin Lamoureux as he creates three unique knives for individuals with diverse knife needs. From hunters to chefs, collectors to home cooks, each knife will be custom made to fit their specific requirements. Explore the stories behind each knife and delve into the passion, craft and journey of knife making. With fire, precision and passion, Justin pushes the limits of his skills to create something truly one-of-a-kind.
The extraordinary tale of a juvenile semipalmated sandpiper’s first Great Migration, from the lower Canadian Arctic to the balmy wintering grounds of northern South America. A tiny shorebird that cannot swim, Peep will complete this 4,000 kilometer, 72-hour non-stop flight over the open ocean to reach his destination, facing numerous threats along the way.
Every winter in St. John’s, Newfoundland, a group of women meet once a week to play recreational ice hockey, learn new skills and forge friendships. With their passion for the game, daring nature, and good sense of humour these women prove that anything is possible if you put your mind to it and have the right support.
Places + Spaces: Winnipeg is a series of vignettes that reveal some of the city’s most iconic buildings and communities. Stunning visuals and fascinating backstories showcase housing projects, libraries, places of worship, historic banks, skyscrapers and civic buildings, highlighting the city’s architecture and design.