Christmas celebrations at Chatsworth Hamilton Women’s Prison are forbidden because Warden Dungworth is a total Scrooge when it comes to the Holiday Season. Meanwhile, inmates Nezrenko and Ruby LaRue bust out to sing some carols, steal a tree and bring Christmas back to Chatsworth.
When Matt tries to get Daryl to like Christmas, the gang ends up trapped in the bar fighting for survival…but against what?
Join host Jeremy LaLonde as he rings in the holidays plant-based style! Joining him is guest Madison Warnock, the owner of Nook Eats. Together, they’re going to make everything from plant-based eggnog to a rustic pie! Learn how being plant-based doesn’t stop you from making fancy but easy meals for the holidays that everyone will love!
You don’t need anything more than one pot to make a delicious meal! Join Chef Christine Amar as she creates stress-free, one-pot meals that are sure to impress.
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.
Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show featuring easy recipes that are doable for any cook. Using mostly pantry staples, host Bridget Oland creates family friendly food that’s healthy and delicious. These are recipes you’ll be excited to try, like her fast and foolproof meal ideas, irresistible comfort food with a twist, a great variety of vegetable dishes, wholesome desserts, and more. Tune in for Bridget’s inspiring everyday home cooking.
Reconciliation is a series about Indigenous history and culture. It looks at difficult topics such as residential schools, systemic racism and how real action is needed for true reconciliation to happen. Host Jeff Ward introduces guests who bring firsthand knowledge to the topic of reconciliation. It is a moving, educational and eye-opening series that tackles difficult topics and will teach you what reconciliation should be.
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.
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.
Join Shane Mountain and guests at The Lumberjack’s Cookbook to learn how to make fun, unique and customized wood products to impress your friends and family with your new knowledge and skills. We take you through the step-by-step processes needed to complete each project. Carpentry is an exciting and challenging trade that anyone can do with a little help and guidance. Lumberjack’s Cookbook is here to help you learn the ways of carpentry!
The Barber’s Chair is a new series where we get to know your local barbershop! One of NB’s newest residents Jordan Owens—a retired professional hockey player— visits barbershops in small towns all around the province in an effort to get to know his home a little better. As Jordan says: “If you want to get to really know a place, there’s no better spot to start than your local barbershop—sitting down to talk with your barber.
In this lifestyle doc series, food writer and photographer Jessica Emin explores the best food and the tastiest drinks in the City of Halifax. Whether butchering a side of beef or sampling Chinese dim sum, Jessica is Halifax’s self-described hype girl for all things edible. Her thirst for knowledge and to satisfy her cravings is both entertaining and inspiring to local foodies and those new to Halifax. Welcome to Stoked On Food.
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.