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Secret Life of Dogs Working Like a Dog
Throughout history, dogs have been bred to hold various jobs, from guide dogs for the blind, to sheepdogs that herd animals and everything in between.
The Nature of Things Ice Bridge
Two scientists search for proof that the first North Americans crossed the Atlantic during the last Ice Age.
A TV Renaissance
Since its inception, the TV has become a part of our cultural identity and zeitgeist. Due to changes in technology, the future for Canadian television is being put in jeopardy.
The Nature of Things The Kingdom: How Fungi Made Our World
The evolutionary story of how fungi shaped all terrestrial life, including humans, is shared.
Things Arab Men Say
Participants of a locally produced documentary discuss what it means to be an Arab-Canadian in the current political and social climate.
CBC Docs: POV Disruptor Conductor
Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser is an unlikely hero on a mission to create live orchestral shows that are for everyone.
Mr. Zaritsky on TV (2017)
A look at the life and career of filmmaker John Zaritsky.
Reza and Pip reach the land of the Munduruku, an indigenous community fighting against the destruction of the Amazon.
Cold Valley Hunting a Killer
Detective Jackie Nichols re-examines decades old evidence and deconstructs her suspect's alibi in an effort to once and for all separate fact from fiction.