The Niagara Region’s beautiful and historic landscape has long been the perfect backdrop for architectural masterpieces and stunning mansions. Host Lori Love visits these spectacular houses and meets the people, who simply call them home.
A custom-fit series tailored to hockey fans! Watch as Virgin radio host, Ace Burpee gets up close and personal asking “off the cuff” questions to Winnipeg Jets players as they get fitted for a suit by local celebrity tailor, Frank Trunzo.
Television host Katrina Turnbull takes you on a culinary tour of the new Ottawa, a vibrant and changing city whose food scene has exploded with some of the best and most innovative restaurants in the country.
With her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the city, follow host Katrina Turnbull as she discovers the hottest restaurants that are breaking all the rules of fine dining in the capital.
Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show, focusing on quick and easy recipes for a busy lifestyle!
More than two centuries of Canadian history from the coal mines of Cape Breton. It is a story of resilience put to test, human exploitation, courage and friendship born in the deeps. With surprising historical twists and Cape Breton humor it takes you from the moment coal was first discovered on the island to the modern days when the industry seemed to be gone forever.
Atlantic Architecture highlights regional diversity in a way that is unique to the rest of Canada. With freeze thaw cycles, snow, wind and vast spaces, architects need to consider climate and the environment when designing buildings in this region. Learn what makes Atlantic Canadian Architecture powerful. Explore how architects are using Atlantic Canada as a springboard to International recognition.
In the Dead of Winter festival is an acoustic-based festival held annually in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the last weekend of January. The festival brings together a variety of musicians to showcase the diversity of acoustic music in the Atlantic Region. IDOW not only celebrate the excellence of our musicians but also provides venues for artists who have not yet had the opportunity to perform their music to a wider audience.
On your mark, get set, gorge! Take a fast paced tour of the city as Caroline Dumont finds three Ottawa restaurants that have a different spin on the same dish. From staples like burgers, pizza and poutine, to specialty options in vegetarian, seafood and small plates, Caroline finds something for every taste.