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A Park For All Seasons
Season 3
Immerse yourself in the beauty of our country’s spectacular national parks. This series explores the history, diversity and ecology of Canada’s natural treasures. You’ll journey to the most remote corners of the parks to see vistas both iconic and obscure, and learn how park authorities sustain several million acres of wilderness for adventure seekers.
Episodes
Ep 1
Yoho
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Ep 2
Tuktut Nogait
Watch November 18, 10:30pm
Ep 3
Kejimkujik
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Ep 4
Wood Buffalo
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Ep 5
Pukaskwa
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Ep 6
Mingan Archipelago
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Yoho
In Yoho, 28 mountain peaks are carved by picturesque waterfalls and more than 250 miles of hiking trails.
Tuktut Nogait
Tuktut Nogait offers a traditional land where caribou, bears and wolves roam among spectacular canyon vistas.
Additional Broadcast Dates:
Sat Nov 18, 10:30pm
Sun Nov 19, 1:30am
Kejimkujik
At the only inland park in the Canadian Maritimes, history is visible. Petroglyphs carved into the landscape represent a time when the park’s lakes and rivers were prime canoe routes for tribal communities of Mi'kmaq.
Wood Buffalo
Situated on the Northern Boreal Plains in the north-central region of Canada, Wood Buffalo comprises a vast wilderness area that is home to North America's largest population of wild bison. It is also the natural nesting place in the world for endangered whooping cranes.
Pukaskwa
Pukaskwa's unpredictable landscape features boreal forests and iron-rich plutonic rocks, which scientist have compared to the geology of Mars.
Mingan Archipelago
A scattering of thirty limestone islands and over 1,000 islets, Mingan Archipelago is a sacred gem along the Gulf of St. Lawrence.