Great Canadian Parks
Ep: 1 "Kluane National Park"
This half-hour series brings the glorious wilderness of Canada into your living room. Journalist and outdoorsman Peter Trueman guides viewers through Canada's most spectacular parks. He reveals their rich and varied history, as well as the many species of plants and animals to be found.
Episodes
Ep 1
Kluane National Park
Watch Until September 10, 4:30am
Ep 2
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Watch Until September 11, 4:00am
Ep 3
Gros Morne National Park
Watch Until September 11, 4:30am
Ep 4
Wells Gray Provincial Park
Watch Until September 12, 4:00am
Ep 5
Saguenay - St Lawrence National Marine Park
Watch Until September 12, 4:30am
Ep 6
Waterton Lakes National Park
Watch Until September 13, 4:00am
Ep 7
Ts'il?os Provincial Park
Watch Until September 13, 4:30am
Ep 8
Fundy National Park
Watch Until September 14, 4:00am
Ep 9
Dinosaur Provincial Park
Watch Until September 14, 4:30am
Ep 10
Algonquin Provincial Park
Watch Until September 15, 4:00am
Ep 11
Evolution of City Parks
Watch Until September 15, 4:30am
Ep 12
Cape Breton National Park
Watch Until September 16, 4:00am
Ep 13
Glacier National Park
Watch Until September 16, 4:30am
Ep 14
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve
Watch Until September 17, 4:00am
Ep 15
Nahanni National Park Reserve
Watch Until September 17, 4:30am
Ep 16
Witless Bay Ecological Reserve
Watch Until September 18, 4:00am
Ep 17
Lake Superior Provincial Park
Watch Until September 18, 4:30am
Ep 18
Kitlope Valley Heritage Conservancy
Watch Until September 19, 4:00am
Ep 19
Prince Edward Island National Park
Watch Until September 19, 4:30am
Ep 20
Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
Watch Until September 20, 4:00am
Ep 21
Wapusk National Park
Watch Until September 20, 4:30am
Ep 22
Willmore National Park
Watch Until September 21, 4:00am
Ep 23
Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
Watch Until September 21, 4:30am
Ep 24
Lac la Ronge Provincial Park
Watch Until September 22, 4:00am
Ep 25
Riding Mountain National Park
Watch Until September 22, 4:30am
Ep 26
Ivvavik National Park
Watch Until September 23, 4:00am
Ep 27
Fortillon National Park
Watch Until September 23, 4:30am
Ep 28
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Watch Until September 24, 4:00am
Ep 29
Georgian Bay Island National Park
Watch Until September 24, 4:30am
Ep 30
Herschel Island Territorial Park
Watch Until September 25, 4:00am
Ep 31
Grasslands National Park
Watch Until September 25, 4:30am
Ep 32
Goat Range Provincial Park
Watch Until September 26, 4:00am
Ep 33
Writing - On - Stone Provincial Park
Watch Until September 26, 4:30am
Ep 34
Jasper National Park
Watch Until September 27, 4:00am
Ep 35
Cape Scott Provincial Park
Watch Until September 27, 4:30am
Ep 36
Hecla Provincial Park
Watch Until September 28, 4:00am
Ep 37
Terra Nova National Park
Watch Until September 28, 4:30am
Ep 38
Garibaldi Provincial Park
Watch Until September 29, 4:00am
Ep 39
Point Pelee National Park
Watch Until September 29, 4:30am
Ep 40
Muskwa - Kechika
Watch August 31, 4:00am
Ep 41
Fathom Five National Marine Park
Watch August 31, 4:30am
Ep 42
Aulavik National Park
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Ep 43
Pukaskwa National Park
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Ep 44
Tweedsmuir Provincial Park
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Ep 45
Katannilik Territorial Park
Watch Until August 31, 4:00am
Ep 46
La Mauricie National Park
Watch Until August 31, 4:30am
Ep 47
Kootenay National Park
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Ep 48
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
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Ep 49
Kouchibouguac National Park
Watch Until September 2, 4:00am
Ep 50
Kananaskis Country
Watch Until September 2, 4:30am
Ep 51
Elk Island National Park
Watch Until September 3, 4:00am
Ep 52
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Watch Until September 3, 4:30am
Ep 53
Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary
Watch Until September 4, 4:00am
Ep 54
St. Lawrence Islands National Park
Watch Until September 4, 4:30am
Ep 55
Tuktut Nogait National Park
Watch Until September 5, 4:00am
Ep 56
Wood Buffalo National Park
Watch Until September 5, 4:30am
Ep 57
Pacific Rim National Park
Watch Until September 6, 4:00am
Ep 58
Cape St Mary's Ecological Reserve
Watch Until September 6, 4:30am
Ep 59
Mount Revelstoke National Park
Watch Until September 7, 4:00am
Ep 60
Vuntut National Park
Watch Until September 7, 4:30am
Ep 61
Prince Albert National Park
Watch Until September 8, 4:30am
Ep 62
Churn Creek Provincial Park
Watch Until September 8, 4:00am
Ep 63
Greenwich National Park
Watch Until September 9, 4:00am
Ep 64
Kejimkujik National Park
Watch Until September 9, 4:30am
Ep 65
Auyuittuq National Park Reserve
Watch Until September 10, 4:00am
Kluane National Park
Located in the southwestern corner of the Yukon, Kluane National Park contains the largest non-polar ice field in the world.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Straddling the Alberta and Saskatchewan borders, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the highest landmass between the Rockies and Labrador.
Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland is known for the magnitude and visibility of its geologic formations.
Wells Gray Provincial Park
BC's Wells Gray Provincial Park is one of the best representations of a full "mountain-top to valley-bottom" slice of an ecosystem.
Saguenay - St Lawrence National Marine Park
Quebec's Saguenay-St. Lawrence National Marine Park was established to preserve valuable historic resources and a wealth of marine life.
Waterton Lakes National Park
"Land of the Shining Mountains" was how the Blackfoot people referred to the site of Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta.
Ts'il?os Provincial Park
Ts'il?os Provincial Park is the fifth largest in BC and is cooperatively managed with the Nemiah Valley Indian Band.
Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park in New Brunswick features hiking trails, waterfalls, and oceanside tide pools.
Dinosaur Provincial Park
Dinosaur Provincial Park in southern Alberta is world famous for its 75-million-year-old bone beds.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park is best seen in autumn, not only for its colours, but also for its perfect hiking conditions.
Evolution of City Parks
A look at how the city park has changed from the 18th century to today.
Cape Breton National Park
The historic and scenic Cabot Trail surrounds three sides of the newly created Cape Breton National Park.
Glacier National Park
Located in the heart of the Columbia Mountain range of BC, Glacier National Park is the second oldest park in Canada.
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve
Dubbed the Canadian Galapagos, the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve consists of 138 islands off BC's north coast.
Nahanni National Park Reserve
Located in the southwest corner of the Northwest Territories, Nahanni National Park Reserve is a world-renowned destination for canoeists and whitewater enthusiasts.
Witless Bay Ecological Reserve
Comprised of four islands off Newfoundland's extreme eastern coast, Witless Bay Ecological Reserve is an ideal landing and nesting site for two million sea birds.
Lake Superior Provincial Park
Lake Superior Provincial Park features rugged northern terrain set against the immense and unpredictable Lake Superior.
Kitlope Valley Heritage Conservancy
The Kitlope Valley Heritage Conservancy in northwestern BC is part of the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest in the world.
Prince Edward Island National Park
The landscape of Prince Edward Island National Park varies from sand dunes, beaches, and red sandstone cliffs to salt marshes and freshwater ponds.
Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail, known for its tide pools, is a 73-kilometre hiking trail stretching along the western shoreline of southern Vancouver Island.
Wapusk National Park
Wapusk National Park, near Churchill Manitoba, protects an area of the Hudson Bay lowlands that contain the world's largest concentration of polar bears.
Willmore National Park
Situated in west central Alberta, the landscape of Willmore National Park is typical Rocky Mountain, with foothills and mountainous terrain.
Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
The Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve consists of a coastal chain of 900 islands and islets in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Lac la Ronge Provincial Park
Located in northern Saskatchewan, Lac La Ronge Provincial Park is dotted with 100 lakes and 1000 islands.
Riding Mountain National Park
Part of the Manitoba escarpment, Riding Mountain National Park exemplifies the idea of a "wilderness island" and protects a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation.
Ivvavik National Park
Ivvavik National Park is located on the northern tip of the Yukon, bordered by Alaska and the Beaufort Sea. The annual migration of over 160,000 caribou is the park's most breathtaking wildlife event.
Fortillon National Park
Forillon National Park, on the eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula, contains rock formations, colonies of seabirds, black bears, and unique Arctic-alpine plants.
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Part of the Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage site, Mount Robson Provincial Park protects natural features such as the headwaters of the Fraser River.
Georgian Bay Island National Park
Tiny 12-square-kilometre Georgian Bay Island National Park is made up of 59 islands scattered along the Georgian Bay coastline.
Herschel Island Territorial Park
In Herschel Island Territorial Park, nearly 200 species of flowers bloom in the brief summer, some of which are found nowhere else in the Yukon.
Grasslands National Park
After a century of human exploitation, the mixed-grass prairie ecosystem of Grasslands National Park is one of the most endangered environments in North America.
Goat Range Provincial Park
BC's Goat Range Provincial Park encompasses a great variety of life zones, including the Selkirk Mountains, flowering alpine meadows, and pristine lakes.
Writing - On - Stone Provincial Park
The sandstone cliffs in southern Alberta's Writing-On- Stone Provincial Park are home to a large number of ancient petroglyphs and pictographs.
Jasper National Park
Due to its relative isolation, diversity, and sheer size, Jasper is home to the largest population of mammals in the Rockies.
Cape Scott Provincial Park
Located on the northwest tip of Vancouver Island, Cape Scott Provincial Park is a place of extremes.
Hecla Provincial Park
In Hecla Provincial Park, natural and human history are so inextricably linked to the water that it's easy to forget that this is Manitoba.
Terra Nova National Park
In Newfoundland's Terra Nova National Park, the ocean's bays reach deep inland. These "fingers" of water are sheltered and shallow, allowing marine life to thrive.
Garibaldi Provincial Park
Garibaldi Provincial Park is located in one of British Columbia's busiest vacation regions, yet has unparalleled alpine wilderness.
Point Pelee National Park
Tiny Point Pelee National Park on the southernmost tip of Ontario is best known to thousands of birders, who come every May to observe as many as 350 species of birds.
Muskwa - Kechika
Known as the "Serengeti of the North," the pristine wilderness of Muskwa-Kechika in northeastern British Columbia supports the largest predator-prey system in North America.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Mon Aug 31, 4:00am
Fathom Five National Marine Park
Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada's first, contains mythical "flowerpot" rock formations and rare, ancient island habitats.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Mon Aug 31, 4:30am
Aulavik National Park
Located at the northern end of Banks Island in the Arctic, Aulavik National Park is characterized by deeply cut canyons, badlands, a rugged seacoast, river valleys, and tundra plateaus.
Pukaskwa National Park
Pukaskwa National Park is a breathtaking boreal forest wilderness on the northern shore of Lake Superior. The origins of the mysterious rock structures on its boulder beaches remain unknown.
Tweedsmuir Provincial Park
Tweedsmuir is the largest provincial park in British Columbia. Its rich treed valleys provide refuge for a large number of grizzly bears.
Katannilik Territorial Park
The most efficient way to travel through Katannilik Territorial Park is by river. In July, the fragrance of wildflowers overwhelms the senses and the ground shimmers with mica crystal deposits.
La Mauricie National Park
La Mauricie National Park is at its most magnificent in the fall, when the Laurentian forests explode with colour.
Kootenay National Park
Kootenay National Park is the "undiscovered" park of the Rockies and shelters remarkable climatic and vegetative diversity.
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park's namesake lake is a fresh water ocean that moderates the north climate.
Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park is a rich marine mixture of mosaic bogs, salt marshes, tidal rivers, barrier islands, and sheltered lagoons.
Kananaskis Country
Located in the southwest corner of Alberta, Kananaskis represents an experiment in land use, containing protected areas, wildlife sanctuaries, scientific research and recreational areas.
Elk Island National Park
Originally established as an elk preserve in 1960, Elk Island is the only completely fenced national park. The park is now sanctuary for 44 species of mammals, including Canada's largest herd of plains bison.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park protects the stunning cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment and the oldest forest in eastern North America.
Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary
Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary is Canada's first grizzly bear sanctuary. Over 100 bears prowl the fjords, rivers and forests, and visitors are limited so as not to disrupt them.
St. Lawrence Islands National Park
A jewel enjoyed by millions of recreational boaters, St. Lawrence Islands National Park is a protected sliver of wilderness in the heart of busy southern Ontario.
Tuktut Nogait National Park
Tuktut Nogait National Park was created to protect the calving grounds of the Bluenose caribou herd. The park's cliffs and ramparts also provide nesting habitat for many birds of prey.
Wood Buffalo National Park
Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta provides protection for both bison and the endangered whooping crane.
Pacific Rim National Park
In Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island, the powerful force of the Pacific Ocean batters lush old-growth forests, steep cliffs, and secluded beaches.
Cape St Mary's Ecological Reserve
The lighthouse in Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve marks the southwest tip of Newfoundland's colourful Avalon Peninsula.
Mount Revelstoke National Park
Mount Revelstoke National Park was created to protect the breathtaking wildflower meadows adjoining the Clachnacudainn Icefield.
Vuntut National Park
Located in the northern Yukon, Vuntut National Park protects the Old Crow Flats, a vast plain of more than 2000 shallow lakes and ponds.
Prince Albert National Park
Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan marks the ecological transition from southern to northern Canada, and contains grassland, aspen parkland, and boreal forest.
Churn Creek Provincial Park
Only 1.8 percent of the BC's native dry grassland remains. Churn Creek Provincial Park protects this fragile landscape.
Greenwich National Park
Located near Prince Edward Island National Park, Greenwich National Park protects a unique, migrating parabolic dune system and an adjacent "skeletal" forest.
Kejimkujik National Park
Nova Scotia's Kejimkujik National Park is an inland pocket of rich hemlock forests and freshwater lakes and rivers.
Auyuittuq National Park Reserve
In Nunavut's Auyuittuq National Park Reserve, the Aksayook Pass provides an ice-free corridor through magnificent Baffin Island terrain.