Toronto stripper Andrea Werhun was ousted from her club by the COVID-19 lockdown. Now, she's taking business online as a muse for lonely men while struggling to realize her own creative ambitions.
Two young adults from opposite ends of Canada relive the harrowing experience of surviving COVID-19, being hospitalized, and begin coping with the long unknown recovery ahead.
A snapshot into a brief moment in time when paradise was lost. A diverse set of characters re-enact and reflect on the spur of the moment decisions they made during Hawaii’s 2018 false missile alert.
As a small child, Nakuset was taken from her home in Thompson, Manitoba and adopted into a Jewish family in Montreal. The story of how she reclaimed her Indigenous identity, with help from her Bubby.
Unravelling a mystery. How Brothers Islands became the last foothold of the Wolastoqiyik in a vast river basin that shares their name. And how they could be the key to reclaiming it all.
With his industry on lockdown and no end in sight, Toronto chef Luke Donato tries to keep his culinary passion alive during the COVID-19 pandemic - even if it means teaching a group of misfits online.
Inspired by the landscapes of the Wolastoqey community of Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation), this documentary captures the importance of nature, culture and storytelling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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