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.
Masters of Photography is a new television series that showcases the incredible talent of six New Brunswick photographers. In this series professional photographer Mark Hemmings interviews each photographer, and joins them on a photo shoot. In each episode, the audience gets a behind the scenes look at a professional photo shoot — discovering both the technical and aesthetic elements that come together to make the perfect photograph. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about landscape, wedding, documentary, portrait, nature, and product photography, you’ve come to the right place!
Rum, murder, and fame. The East Coast of Canada is home to some of the oldest drinking establishments in the world, and their history is ready to be uncovered. Join host Rob Ramsay for happy hour as he toasts his way through some of the most historically significant bars in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with the people who make them iconic.
For 250 years, the Glenaladale estate on Prince Edward Island’s north shore has been a monument to the courage and ingenuity of Scottish immigrants to the new world. In recent years, the magnificent property has fallen on hard times and is in danger of being lost forever. But Mary J. Gallant and Aggi-Rose Reddin are not about to let that happen. With their ragtag group of volunteers, they are saving Glenaladale.
Justin Barbour goes on a long expedition through Newfoundland & Labrador’s most remote woods with his dogs Saku and Bear. There is first class-rarely seen wilderness galore. Together the companions explore, challenge themselves and kick back by the fire. The peace, beauty and unpredictability of nature is all around them.
Coastal Kitchen Tales brings viewers on a culinary journey across the western part of Nova Scotia. These local cooks are characters who know how to a spin a good tale. The series showcases the natural beauty of the coast, its abundance of local produce, and deep traditions that go back many generations. This show connects viewers to these traditions in a genuine, personal way, and satisfies the insatiable curiosity we all have about how other people cook, eat and live.
Inspired by stories of iconic writer Farley Mowat living in his leaky sailboat at the end of their wharf in 1960, filmmakers Martine & Isaac Blue buy a 30 foot sailboat and retrace Farley’s adventures navigating the southern coast of Newfoundland. The couple uncovers the real life characters and places Farley immortalized in his hilarious memoir The Boat Who Wouldn’t Float. This literary odyssey takes a personal turn as the Blues discover uncanny parallels with Farley’s voyages including battling the will of their cranky old boat True North.
One Pot Wonders is an instructional program teaching the audience how to make hassle free, healthy meals all in one vessel. Hosted by Chef Christine Amar, One Pot Wonders is aimed at people on the go who are conscious about what they put in their bodies but don’t necessarily have the time to cook full, healthy meals.
The Ice Walk series exposes a hidden history of the exile of Prince Edward Island’s original inhabitants to a small island off its coast and explores the present-day desire of allies to rectify these injustices. The series holds space for Mi’kmaq Elders and other community members to tell their harrowing stories of crossing the ice to get basic provisions from the mainland. When allies decide to walk the ice in an act of reconciliation, they are challenged to reflect on the commitment they would be willing to make now that they know the terrible truth.