Canada Over the Edge
Explore the features that define Canada: the most expansive coastline in the world and the world's longest undefended border. This new series takes to the skies for a breathtaking, rarely-seen view of our country.
From the highlands of the Americas to the world-famous tidal flats of the Bay of Fundy, this exploration of Nova Scotia reveals some of the world's best-kept secrets.
From the port city of Halifax to the historic Acadian shores and international waters beyond, this aerial exploration documents the treasures
and mysteries of Nova Scotia's southern coast.
The eastern coastline of Nova Scotia is a living historical record of the centuries-old battle between the French and the English in the New World
- from France's Louisbourg to England's Halifax Citadel.
A journey along Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy coastline is a geological marvel rising from the sea - from Cape D'Or and Cape Split to the wonders of Five Islands.
An aerial survey of world-famous Cape Breton Island reveals why this has been called the "world's greatest road trip". From the Canso Causeway
to the Cape Breton Highlands, the island is a world unto its own.
From the remote northern shore of Nova Scotia to the red mud cliffs of Prince Edward Island, the warm waters of the Northumberland Strait are the setting for an incredible aerial exploration of these formidable coastlines.
From Hopewell Rocks to the wonders of the Fundy Trail and Saint John River's famous covered bridges, this aerial survey explores some of the world's most incredible coastlines.
An aerial survey above the Gaspé peninsula reveals its beauty and natural wonders - from the pods of blue whales that roam the coastline,
to the stone marvels of Perce and the bird sanctuary of Ile Bonaventure.
From the warm waters of Baie de Chaleur, around Miscou Point and beyond, this aerial survey soars above incredible rock formations, peat farms, and some of the East Coast's most impressive sand dunes.
From the shipwrecks of the south, to the sand dunes and salt mine in the north, this aerial survey explores one of the world's most impressive archipelagos - the Magdalene Islands.
The west coast of Newfoundland is a story of cultural history and beauty - from the first European settlements at l'Anse aux Meadows and Port au Choix, to the scenic beauty of Gros Morne National Park.
From St. John's heading north, the Newfoundland coastline is a maze of bays and inlets - from world famous Fogo Island to the abandoned fishing settlements along the island's northern peninsula.
This aerial survey explores the Atlantic coastline, from the wonders of Newfoundland and the Avalon peninsula, to the unique islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.