Host Michelle Rabin visits six restaurants in the food capital of Canada — Hamilton, Ontario, and meets with six passionate online reviewers to learn about their food reviewing ways. Together they DISH IT!
Sean McShane tries his hand working at a stingray farm, a duck and bee rescue, a chicken and sheep farm, and a goat yoga studio and hobby farm.
The Human Crush highlights the human connection and trust factor that feed the collaboration process while making art, in this case music. Each episode brings a different artist's story to light and together, with music producer Eric Eggleston, a new song is created from scratch in just a few hours.
What do a jazz saxophonist, museum curator, and rabbi have in common? They’re all teachers. These are just a few of the diverse educators, instructors and trainers who foster the vibrancy, confidence, and community that make Kingston the jewel of southern Ontario.
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.
Skin And Bone follows the up and coming indie rock band Run The River as they navigate the music industry. Through each episode, the band overcomes obstacles and become closer as a group. While pursuing their dream to be successful musicians, growing and becoming better at their craft, the band finds out that sometimes when fate is out of your hands, the journey itself is the reward.
Our Stories amplifies the voices and experiences of marginalized people, providing a safe and supportive space for individuals to share their perspectives, opinions, and struggles. Through intimate interviews and personal narratives, this series seeks to challenge societal norms, promote empathy and understanding, and create meaningful dialogue around issues of social justice and equality.
Famous British comedian James Mullinger is forced to quit comedy and relocate his family to his wife’s hometown in rural New Brunswick. Once there, the family’s fresh start is promptly interrupted as James’ quirky neighbors convince him to headline the local Rotary fundraiser behind his wife’s back. Will the show come together or will the local comedy “mafia” spoil the fun and ruin the big night?
On Victory Garage, host Greg Hemmings and his entrepreneurial friends embark on a mission to start a new electric vehicle company in their home town of Saint John, New Brunswick. Follow along on this rare glimpse behind the scenes of a tech startup, and watch the challenges and victories the team experiences as they develop a new electric motor from scratch.
My Story, My Lens follows Ottawa area photographers to find out why they are so passionate about their career. Our guests share their love of photography, community, and the causes that are important to them. Whether they are driven by a passion for concerts or conservation, these photographers have a story to tell.
Successful entrepreneur and painter Stacey Bugsdrucker renovates and restores a run-down women’s shelter and vintage caboose. Through a little magic, Stacey brings back to life a 100-year-old dilapidated caboose forgotten about in a junkyard and gives new hope to a women’s shelter by renovating the safe place for its clients.