Canada over the Edge

CANADA OVER THE EDGE is back for another season of exploration—this time zooming in on the vast, unexplored regions of Northern Canada. The boreal forest, barren landscape, and ice-covered peaks cover nearly 4 million square kilometers, and represent 40% of the country. From Sirmilik National Park on Baffin Island to Dawson City and Whitehorse in the West, this aerial-documentary series is a sight to behold.

4 responses

  1. I just so enjoy the whole series, makes me so proud to be a Canadian Eh!

  2. We have been riveted to the series since we became aware it was being shown at a time that we could actually sit down and enjoy watching it. We are at the stage where there are only about 3 provinces to be showcased – can hardly wait. This is so well done it is a shame that every student in every school has not been exposed to it. Should be part of the curriculum. We are intending to purchase the whole series which I believe is at Season 4. Thank you for taking on such a huge undertaking. We appreciate what you have done.

  3. Hi all.
    I’m so proud to be a Canadian Citizen and watching “Canada Over the Edge” makes me even prouder! I love my Canada so very much! I call Canada “mine” but I know it’s all ours to enjoy. Your show makes tears roll down my face whenever I watch it. I always schedule my TV to play it sometimes nonstop and I watch the same shows ever and ever. Thank you so much for an incredible show on our much beloved “True North Strong and Free”! – Sephora 🙂

  4. I am so delighted by this series! The photography is wonderful, and the ability to truly see the areas featured is a gift. As a proud Canadian, thank you for capturing these amazing images of our beautiful Canada. I hope to buy the whole series.
    If those who want to increase tanker traffic could see this series, they might understand why many of us feel such determination to protect our coastline and the species that live there. Again, thank you, for increasing my knowledge of my BC home.

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