Ocean Parks explores spectacular protected marine habitats, showcasing the incredible wildlife living above and below the surface. What is being done to protect the most-sensitive areas of the earth’s oceans? How do scientists and officials protect delicate marine habitats near bustling beaches and tourist hotspots? What are the endangered creatures whose lives hang in the[…]
Hope is overflowing! Hope’s wildlife rehabilitation centre is outgrowing her little 100-year-old farm. It’s bursting at the seams with injured and orphaned wildlife: deer, seals, owls, eagles, muskrats, bats and more – and they all need Hope’s help. More animals, more problems and more incredible stories of people helping wildlife! Click here for Season 6
Canada Over the Edge is an aerial-documentary series exploring the world’s longest, undefended border – tracing the frontier dividing Canada and the United States – from the Pacific to the Atlantic. From high above, we explore the Rocky Mountains, the Badlands of Alberta, the Grasslands, Canadian Shield, the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence Seaway, and the[…]
There are special places in the world where animals gather to feed, to mate, to live, to build, to be safe and to die. In each episode of Animal Empires we visit these places. Loud, crowded, beautiful and dangerous, these places are both ancient and imperiled. Some are natural and some are the product of[…]
So this is happening. Check it out Live at the Marquee Ballroom November 26th 2016. You will probably see everyone from Arcadia, some on stage and some in the crowd. 20 bucks gets into this amazing tribute to The Band.
Hope for Wildlife Season 7 Hope Swinimer rescues, rehabilitates and releases thousands of animals each year – while struggling to make ends meet. In the face of it all, she is driven by her compassion and belief that every animal matters. Not every animal can be saved. Tough choices must be made. There isn’t always a[…]
In this series we visit some of the world’s most amazing beaches to visually discover the secrets of the living beach. How do beaches function? Where do the waves come from, and why are they always parallel to the shore, no matter which way the shore faces? Where does sand come from, and why are[…]
There are more than 3 million known shipwreck sites in the world. Some hold riches – others reveal lost history. But the most spectacular wrecks are the ones that simply refuse to die. They are known as Reef Wrecks. Reef Wrecks are the true treasures of the underwater world – part of the Ocean’s endless[…]
Excited to announce that “Canada 360” has been selected for this year’s Atlantic Film Festival. It will be shown Saturday Sep 17th, 1:30 pm at Park Lane Cinemas. For those who haven’t seen it, it is a 5-year circumnavigation of Canada from above. Produced by John Wesley Chisholm, Written by Craig Ferguson, Edited by Peter[…]
Sorry for the late notice, but happy to report “America Over the Edge” premieres on Smithsonian Channel Canada tonight. Keep an eye out for future episodes!