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Stay At Home With Me

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Stay At Home With Me

Year: 2020
Genre: Entertainment

#StayAtHomeWithMe

We invited the communities we work with to share their experience staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch special #StayAtHomeWithMe episodes of the most popular TV1 shows and follow their hosts as they wrestle with the ups and downs of being at home.

Avery can’t hit the open water with her pro-fishing mentors so she’s doing the next best thing – bonding with her brother and sister through shore fishing, and hopefully, teaching them something along the way. Myles hopes Auntie Jillian will stop reminding him to wash his hands. Katrina, from Style Files, gives us a genuine look at home isolation struggles while taking care of her two young boys on her own.

To watch our Stay At Home With Me shows:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.

Episodes

Stay At Home With: Auntie Jillian - Oshawa

Join Jillian and family as they adjust to life in lockdown. Myles hopes Jillian will stop reminding him to wash his hands. Warren's competitive side comes out during game night . Milan learns that applying make up to Jillian doesn't require strength

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Stay At Home With: Making Things Count - Hamilton

Pandemic postcards from aboard the Diamond Princess, a new business owner forced to close her doors, and at least one person who is inspired by a lack of personal hygiene.

Stay At Home With: The Human Crush - Ottawa

Special guest is Alanna Sterling, a virtuoso singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who also deals with depression and anxiety. The beginning of the episode features a bonus COVID-19 inspired song and video performed by handful of artists in isolation.

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Stay At Home With: Hooked - Niagara

The pandemic means Avery can’t hit the open water with her pro-fishing mentors so she’s doing the next best thing – taking her brother and sister to do some shore fishing, and hopefully, teaching them something along the way.

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Stay At Home With: Style Files - Ottawa

Follow style host Katrina Turnbull as she documents life as a single mother in home isolation with kids during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Stay At Home With: DIY Mom - Halifax

Join Rebekah as she stays home and prepares for her daughter Lennon's 7th birthday. How can we celebrate special occasions in a time where we must stay at home? DIY of course! In this episode, learn how to make your own lawn cards fit for any celebration and watch as Lennon finds a unique way to "beat" the Coronavirus. 

Stay At Home With: Foodie Guide - Quebec City

Enter the home of renowned food columnist Allison Van Rassel as she explores the many emotions of confinement. She even cooks and talks with local chefs as they are reinventing their businesses. 

Stay At Home With: Who Runs This Town - Ottawa

Brian Mellersh brings his camera along for a short run through the neighbourhood and finds one of his favorite trails closed due to the COVID 19 physical distancing guidelines. He returns home and invites the audience inside to meet his family and to see what life is like during the lockdown. Brian does his best to play teacher for his daughter and plans some special recess activities. With no school yard playground, recess includes a game of Tic Tac Toe with the family cat, and a hilarious “quarantine haircut” courtesy of his 10 year old daughter. Brian then checks in with a fitness friend, Joshua Fry of OCR Academy in Ottawa. Josh teaches Brian how to use a bedsheet as a home gym suspension system, allowing Brian to take his home workouts up a level. Josh shares some inspiring words, encouraging people to do their best to stay active during these uncertain times. Last up for the family is a staycation camping trip in the basement of their home.

Stay At Home With: Tales from the Ale Trail - Niagara

The Ale Trail may be shut down due to COVID-19, but that doesn't stop our ale-blazers from having a romping good time. Join the Boys as they nose dive into some unique craft brews and let their hair down.

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Stay At Home With: B.A. Johnston's Ham Jam - Hamilton

Is social distancing getting you down?  Miss your friends and family?  BA Johnston’s got you covered, with tips and tricks to push through the boredom.  You never know, some might even be useful! 

Stay At Home With: Mr. Hollywood - Ottawa

Social distancing in his apartment, Mr. Hollywood gives an update on his lockdown and shares some tips and tricks to help "survive” the pandemic. Plus, our host welcomes the winner of Survivor China, Todd Herzog, for a virtual chat. And, local musician Ben Cooper serenades us from his own home!

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Stay At Home With: The Make Me Show - Winnipeg

In isolation, the Make Me Show guys frenzy to find their next great adventure in a last ditch effort to save their sanity in the new reality.

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