Unique Careers

Producer: Anabelle Lavoie
Genre: Lifestyle

Unique Careers is a community docuseries that showcases inspiring stories of people who have unconventional careers and practice unusual activities in Québec City, Canada.


To watch Unique Careers:

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Episodes

Episode 1

As a Master Magician, Jack discusses what it takes to be a good magician and to stand-out in this industry. Hooked by the circus since the age of 5, Adam travelled from Australia to attend Québec City’s circus school and now specializes in German Wheel acrobatics.

Episode 2

Passionate about sports, Claudia changes the way that women are perceived in an unusual career by being the only female Zamboni operator at Laval University’s sports complex. Zak, a maker from Trinidad, brings everything he has in mind to reality. His passion for car racing led him to build his own race car.

Episode 3

Daniel, brewer and co-owner of Sno Microbrewery in Québec City’s new public market, showcases the challenges of being both a business owner and a brewer. Inspired by her grand-mother, Audrey-Anne, pastry chef and owner of La Folle Tablée, offers a unique experience by creating bold and delicious goodies in her coffee shop.

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