On the Trail of the Far Fur Country
In 1919, a film crew set out on an epic journey across northern Canada to capture the fur trade in a silent feature documentary. Rediscovering the documentary in a British archive, another film crew begins a journey to bring this lost film back to life, taking it to the northern communities where the film was originally shot.
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Canada Over the Edge
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Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
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