Level 10 Practical & Applied Arts
Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Teen Photographer Portrays Homeless
This 10-minute online video is of a teen photographer, Leah Denbok, that creates black-and-white images of the homeless of North America. The video features footage of the artist in the street talking to her subjects while explaining her style, inspired by artist Lee Jeffries.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 6: Chanterelles
Saskatchewan chanterelles, forest jewels, are sought by chefs everywhere. Three Saskatoon chefs take Jenn Sharp on a trip to the forest to forage for these unique mushrooms.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 5: Beef
Cattle are an important part of the grasslands’ ecosystem. Jenn Sharp meets with two ranchers and a chef as she follows this nutrient-dense ingredient from the pasture to the plate.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 4: Honey
Saskatchewan is the second largest honey producer in Canada. Jenn Sharp learns about bees, how to make mead from honey and how honey can be used to elevate a dish.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 3: ohtapamihowin
Traditional foods that can be foraged or hunted have provided nourishment for the people on this land for thousands of years. Jenn Sharp learns about some of the ingredients and their uses.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 2: Lentils
Lentils are a popular Saskatchewan crop that is often shipped oversees. A farmer, a brewer and a chef are changing that.
Flat Out Food. Season 1, Episode 1: Wheat
Jenn Sharp visits an organic grain farmer, a baker and a whiskey maker to learn about the various uses of wheat.
Lentils from Riceton
In this brief video, Chef Ricardo Larrivée learns why lentils may be the key to a sustainable food future when visiting a farm near Riceton, Saskatchewan.
The Secret Path (animated film)
This is the animated film based on the graphic novel Secret Path by Gord Downie and illustrated by Jeff Lemire.
Canadian Startup Uses AI to Reduce Job Interview Bias
This is a five-minute video segment from The National (CBC) that highlights the use of artificial intelligence in reducing bias during the hiring process. It features a Canadian startup company called Knockri to find out about the promises its technology makes and the challenges it faces.
How Can Governments Help Stop Overwork?
Dream Big Special Features
This series of special features may be used to provide enrichment to Dream Big and include behind-the-scenes videos and educational webisodes on engineering topics.
This film highlights the many ways in which engineers tackle problems big and small and explores how the principles of engineering can create a better future for all. Three female engineers are specifically profiled: one who specializes in creating structures that can better sustain earthquakes, ...
Using Artificial Intelligence to Help You Learn a New Language
This short video profiles the work of Toronto researchers in developing a smartphone app that incorporates artificial intelligence in the form of speech recognition software. This feature allows app users to learn French in an interactive, conversational way, regardless of their level of fluency ...
Censoring Online Information: The Right to Be Forgotten
Information on the Internet can potentially exist forever, causing lives and reputations to continue to be damaged. Some countries have enacted "right to be forgotten" legislation that allows online information to be erased. So far, a similar law does not exist in Canada. This report examines wha...