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Canada Over the Edge
Season 2: Ep: 1 "Canada's Southern Boundary"
Take to the skies for a breathtaking view of British Columbia’s spectacular coast. From the rocky shores of Vancouver Island to the silt-laden mouth of the Fraser, over ancient rainforests and waterways carved by glaciers, to the remote beauty of Bella Coola and Haida Gwaii, this 13-part series explores our province’s natural wonders from a rarely seen perspective. Along the way, we visit wilderness reserves, recreation areas, cities, seaside towns and island communities, and experience the culture and history etched in the contours of the Pacific coastline.
Episodes
Ep 1
Canada's Southern Boundary
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Ep 2
Vancouver Island Eastern Coastline
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Ep 3
Vancouver Island North
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Ep 4
Vancouver Island Western Coastline
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Ep 5
Lower Mainland
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Ep 6
Sea to Sky
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Ep 7
Sunshine Coast
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Ep 8
End of the Road
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Ep 9
Beyond the Sunshine Coast
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Ep 10
BC's North Coast
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Ep 11
BC Meets Alaska
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Ep 12
Haida Gwaii North
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Ep 13
Haida Gwaii South
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Canada's Southern Boundary
From the waters of Juan de Fuca Strait to Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, the southern coastline of Vancouver Island is a rich palette of incredible sea life and natural beauty.
Vancouver Island Eastern Coastline
The eastern coastline of Vancouver Island is a 200-km journey along one of Canada's most spectacular waterways, bursting with life on land and sea.
Vancouver Island North
From scenic Telegraph Cove, around Cape Scott Provincial Park and beyond, the northern coastline of Vancouver Island is one of the world’s last great wilderness frontiers.
Vancouver Island Western Coastline
The western coastline of Vancouver Island is a collection of scenic towns, parks and coastal rainforest.
Lower Mainland
Heading southwest from the Fraser Canyon, we coast over to BC’s Lower Mainland - a mix of remote mountain ranges, spectacular city-scapes and diverse marine life.
Sea to Sky
From the city of Vancouver to world-famous Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the Sea to Sky corridor is one of the west coast’s most iconic landscapes.
Sunshine Coast
Heading northwest from the ferry terminal at Horseshoe Bay, the Sunshine Coast is an incredible journey featuring world famous mountain ranges, forest landscapes and iconic towns and settlements.
End of the Road
British Columbia’s coastal adventures truly begin where the road ends - north of Powell River - as we explore offshore islands, inland volcanoes, and forgotten World War II defence fortifications.
Beyond the Sunshine Coast
BC’s inland waterways are a remote wonder - from Knight Inlet and Klinaklini glacier to Rivers Inlet and the rainforests surrounding Denny Island.
BC's North Coast
From Bella Coola to Prince Rupert, this aerial journey encounters some of British Columbia’s most remote settlements and stunning inland mountain ranges.
BC Meets Alaska
Take an epic, high-altitude journey from Seven Sisters Provincial Park to Salmon Glacier and the mountains of the Yellowhead Highway.
Haida Gwaii North
From the creation legends of Naikoon Provincial Park to rich sea lion colonies and remote lighthouses, Haida Gwaii’s northern coastlines are truly one of the world’s most remote and incredible landscapes.
Haida Gwaii South
Haida Gwaii’s southern coastlines are a case study in remote, barren beauty - a cultural and geological past told through the stunning landscape of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve.