In the Apocalyptic Kitchen, Deva is on a mission to prepare the next (and lost) generation and help teach them life skills that they never knew they needed. Think of it as home economics class, but useful!
British comedian and journalist James Mullinger embarks on a journey to meet Atlantic Canadians who are making waves on the local, national and international stage. Atlantic Edition is a celebration of Eastern Canada’s most extraordinary and innovative business leaders, artists, musicians, architects, entrepreneurs, chefs and thespians. Their unique perspectives and viewpoints from Atlantic Canada provide a unique, fascinating, inspiring, immersive and often surprising viewing experience.
Get Outside brings viewers along to experience various outdoor activities including paddling, hiking, camping, and back country camping. It not only shows what you can do in the outdoors but encourages people to get outside themselves.
The Upstairs Basement sessions at Kops Records showcase the past, present and future of music in Oshawa. In each episode host Will McGuirk chats with the artist about being fans of vinyl and key cool corners in the city.
Rebekah is ready for her biggest flip yet! She’s renovating a 1950s era bungalow that has huge potential, but this diamond is going to need a lot of polishing if it's ever going to reveal its luster. Watch the drama unfold as Rebekah gives a ‘nod to mid-century mod’ in this exciting season of DIY MOM.
East Coast Kids travel around their home island of Cape Breton and discover the fun activities, culture, and music that the island has to offer. They meet with people who are doing some amazing things. They learn about culture, history, sports, and craft that is happening on their Island while showcasing the beauty of Cape Breton.
For many different reasons, people change their lives completely and find themselves starting over… in a rural area! Whether they are refugees or want to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind or fulfill their dreams of becoming BnB hosts, chefs, or farmers, they all have a story!
Set in Prince Edward County, Ontario, this series of documentary shorts explores the reasons, challenges and personal resiliency behind these inspiring life changes and shows how to build a life in a new place called home.