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Level 20 Psychology

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Voices of Courage

This 2010 CTV Remembrance Day special features four veterans who share their personal experiences of war, carnage and courage, and the toll it has taken on their lives as survivors. The video features Pat Stogran, Canada's Veterans' Ombudsman, who shares his stories of serving in Bosnia and Afgha...

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Straightlaced. Behind the Scenes with the Producers

This short video is an interview with Debra Chasnoff and Sue Chen, the producers of the film "Straightlaced. How Gender's Got Us All Tied Up."

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Straightlaced. How Gender's Got Us All Tied Up

This program examines gender and teenage sexuality. Girls discuss the messages in the media about culture and body. Boys admit they are sexually active to prove they are not gay. Many of the teens in the program self-identify as straight, lesbian, gay or bisexual and some question their sexuality...

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The Bang You Feel

This video follows three women as they attempt to rebuild their lives after stays in correctional institutions. Challenges that the women must overcome include gaps in their work history, resuming past behaviours (such as drinking), and having a support system in place to meet the challenges each...

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Prophets of Peace: Where's Your Home? The Story of John Smeltzer

This video is about John Smeltzer, a man with Down syndrome, who lives in the community of L'Arche. The film presents an inclusionary situation and serves as a model for inclusion education. The video raises the question of "where is home?" and leads each viewer to examine the attributes of home.

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Lorne Duquette

Lorne Duquette from the Mistawasis First Nation turned from a life of drugs and alcohol when he embraced his Cree heritage. Lorne has become an accomplished ceremonial Grass dancer in powwows across the country. He has also gone back to school and plans to attend university.

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Michelle Hugli

While Michelle was raised by a white family, she has always known of her Aboriginal roots. After she experienced a sweat lodge ceremony she began to explore her Aboriginal roots. She became a traditional dancer and was preparing to dance for the first time at a powwow in the Qu'Appelle Valley.

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Fred Amaya

Fred and his family, immigrants and refugees from El Salvador, discuss their view of becoming and being Canadian. Fred offers insights into the struggles they left behind, their adoption of a new culture, and what it means to them. Fred tells his story as an adult recalling the events from the pa...

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Julie and Nichole

Julie works with Gay and Lesbian Health Services in Saskatoon and her girlfriend Nichole is a member of the activist group, Radical Cheerleaders, and host of Rainbow Radio. They have just moved in together and are anxious about the impending visit from Julie's parents.