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Wal-Mart Nation is an access oriented documentary about the international anti-Wal-Mart movement. The filmmakers were trying to answer the question, "how did the world's most successful and influential company become the most hated."
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Heads Up! is a 13 part series about astronomy and astronautics for students aged 8 - 12. In this series, Bob MacDonald (Quirks and Quarks and Wonderstuck) takes students beyond the basics of the Big Dipper and the Moon and introduces them to the magical content and practical context of our universe.
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On Screen! is a series of 6 one-hour television programs documenting the history of Canadian milestone films. Each hour will showcase a different feature film and the work of the people who made it; artists and authors who charted new territory by telling quintessentially Canadian stories, and in the process blazed paths, opened doors and set new standards for a modern generation of storytellers yet to come.
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"To absorb the material is to be immersed in every facet of African life, presented with mesmerizing clarity, the buoyant and the painful in equal measure. History, poverty, development, gender, culture ... they're all addressed so thoughtfully, with such a range of examples, that every teacher, every student will be drawn to the project of learning. It's hard to heap sufficient praise... it's an astonishing achievement."
...Stephen Lewis Professor in Global Health,Faculty of Social Sciences McMaster University Former UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa International Trade.

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Venturing Forth
Venturing Forth Season 6 provides an in-depth look at economic development of First Nations communities and its impact on traditional language and culture.
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Raven Tales
Raven Tales: How Raven Stole the Sun is a multiple award-winning animated film based on the First Nations' Folklore of the Northwest coast.
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In Raven Tales: Raven And The First People, Raven, Frog, and Eagle discover the first humans in a giant clamshell washed up on the beach. Can Raven teach these ‘people’ how to survive in this new world before they drive him crazy in the process? Join them and find out!!
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Today's youth are more involved in many interests and causes happening here and around the world. The small changes that they may be able to make are varied and positive. These three films show how today's youth can make a positive change. more info...

Dads Who Fought Back
THE DADS WHO FOUGHT BACK is the story about two men's struggle to get shared custody of their children in a Canadian court system that many feel has evolved a deep and persistent gender bias in favour of mothers.
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Pay Dirt
There are at least 300 billion barrels of recoverable oil in the oil sands, about 15 percent more thean the proven oil supply in Saudi Arabia. Canada produces as much oil per day as Kuwait and is the number one supplier of oil to the United States.
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Native American singer/songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie is best known for her protest songs ( Universal Soldier ) and love songs ( Up Where We Belong ). Her story begins in the 1960s Greenwich Village folk music scene and takes audiences through forty years of transformation.
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Greenpeace: Making A Stand is a story about determination, and the miracles that happen when people follow their hearts...
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Chinese Restaurants: Stories From A Diaspora Chinese Restaurants: Stories From A Diaspora tells the story of the Chinese Diaspora through its most recognizable and enduring icon – the family-run Chinese restaurant. In this series, film maker Cheuk Kwan takes us to restaurants around the world, and into the lives and stories of extraordinary families as they share stories of what it means to be “Chinese” today.
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