Level 30 Practical & Applied Arts
Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Who Are the Métis?
A board member from the Manitoba Métis Federation and the self-proclaimed Grand Chief of the Eastern Woodland Métis Nation of Nova Scotia highlight two perspectives on the complex issue of who is Métis.
Tougher Impaired Driving Laws Raise Concerns About Targeting
Since new impaired driving laws no longer require that law enforcement officers have reasonable grounds to request a breath sample, advocates for civil liberties are concerned about whether this change will lead to the targeting of drivers from visible minorities.
Does Canada Have a Jury Problem?
In the aftermath of Gerald Stanley's acquittal, friends and family of Colten Boushie raised concerns about how Canada's juries are selected and whether race plays a role in getting a fair trial.
Faces in the Land with Dempsey Bob
Series: Landscape as Muse
Dempsey Bob is a Tahltan-Tlingit artist in the Skeena River area of British Columbia. He shares about his youth and his history as an artist. This episode joins him as he works on a piece in the airport while he tells us about the folklore that inspired the work.
White Pass, Yukon with Jane Isakson
Series: Landscape as Muse
This episode follows Jane Isakson as she ventures to the White Pass to do some sketching. Viewing some of her works she shares some of her history. She also explains her process of painting landscapes. From colours to textures, and even the techniques, every step of her creation process is revealed.
Ramone experiences bullying due to his autism and being transgender. Ramone is thoughtful in telling his story and he reminds us to be respectful of everyone.
Nina talks about her experience as a newcomer and the differences in acceptance of the LGBTQ community from Uganda to Canada.
How to Support Trans Students
This young man describes his experience about being a transgender student in his school and the support that is needed from school staff for him to maintain positive mental health.
Youth describe how important having a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is in the school. A GSA is a safe and accepting space for both LGBTQ youth and allies. LGBTQ youth also talk about their experiences in school.
Youth describe how critical family support is when young people come out to their families and friends.
Andy describes his journey as a transgender youth, the issues he faces and the support he receives from his father and friends. Andy starts a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) in his school with the support of his teacher.
Advice for Teachers
Youth offer suggestions to help create inclusive environments, such as using the proper pronouns, addressing bullying behaviour and accepting LGBTQ youth for who they are.
Reconnaissance, évaluation et prévention des risques
Ce programme a été conçu pour expliquer le concept de la reconnaissance, de l'évaluation et de la prévention des risques. Il aborde les principes sous-jacents, examine la signification de chacune des composantes du concept et explique minutieusement le rôle de ce concept dans le domaine de la séc...
Comprendre les dangers liés au soudage
Les procédés de soudage sont extrêmement techniques et peuvent créer des conditions de travail dangereuses. Le soudage oxyacétylénique et le soudage à l'arc électrique présentent des risques de sécurité et de santé aux soudeurs et aux travailleurs situés à leur proximité. L'exposition à ces risqu...
Comfort and Fear. Episode 15
Series: Canada: A People's History
The end of World War II signals the end of fifteen years of social, political and economic upheaval. The post-war baby boom and government economic and social policies give rise to unprecedented prosperity and growth for Canadian communities. Television becomes a powerful new tool with social and...