This documentary portrays Willi O'Ree, the first person to break the colour barrier in hockey. He made sports history when he joined the Bosten Bruins on January 18, 1958 and is known today as the "The Jackie Robinson of Hockey".
In this episode from the Writers' Confessions series, well-known Canadian authors discuss the impact of education on their careers, the magic of seeing their words in print, and the excruciating task of reading and writing reviews.
Eli is an Inuvialuit from Tuktoyaktuk in the Inuvik region of the Northwest Territories. He creates beautiful sculptures depicting a variety of traditional and contemporary images, and his work reflects the animal and spirits of the north and their relationship to him.
Science has advanced more in the last few decades than all of previous human history but that pales in comparison to what lies ahead. Light is leading the next revolution. Energies of Light meets up with some extraordinary visionaries who are taming light's power.
In this episode of Storytellers in motion, entrepreneur Brenda Chambers is profiled.
Salmon were one of the most prolific species of fish in the ocean, common in all waters surrounding North America and as far south as New Zealand. Stocks have declined on the west coast and in Atlantic Canada, wild salmon are no longer available in the market place, having been replaced by the omni-present farmed fish.
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