Fort McMurray is at the centre of a new gold rush. Thousands of men and women have been drawn to the northern boomtown with the promise of high-paying jobs in one of the most controversial industries in the world - the oil sands. They work hard for the money: under arduous physical conditions, for long hours and extended periods, knowing that a lot of people object strenuously to what they do for a living. But when they need to let loose, there's always karaoke.
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Take Me Home
What does home mean to you? For each person, it’s different and so personal - in the backyard, on stage, in Tofino, in the kitchen, or wherever family is. In Take Me Home, Knowledge...
Why do a billion people still live in poverty worldwide, and what can be done to change this? A collection of films by independent filmmakers tackle the issue and pose challenging questions...
Jingle Bell Rocks!
A pop culture pilgrimage into the odd and irreverent universe of alternative and underground Christmas music, featuring an eclectic cast of collectors, critics, musicians and songs.
Animals at Work
From painting elephants and drug-busting dogs, to cats in a rock band and monkeys in school, Animals at Work travels the world in search of the most remarkable working animals on the...
The Water Brothers
Growing up in Canada, brothers Alex and Tyler Mifflin took for granted the easy access to water - not only from the tap, but in the lakes and rivers near Toronto, where they used...
A tattered envelope of their Dad’s old photos leads Canadian brothers on an adventure in photography, memory, and culpability in the war torn African country of their childhood.
Men Who Swim
A humorous and poignant look at a group of middle-aged men who have found unlikely success as members of Swedens all-male synchronized swimming team.
Architects of Change
They are farmers, chemists, architects, doctors, retailers and bankers. They are also "architects of change" - people searching for and applying innovative solutions to the...