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Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
A Solemn Undertaking: The Five Treaties of Saskatchewan
Series: Treaty Video Library
This video explores the treaty relationship between the government, First Nations and other Canadians.
Teen Suicide. Breaking the Silence
Series: News in Review: November 2011
Suicide is a major problem in Canada. Every day 10 Canadians take their own lives. Suicide is also the second leading cause of death among teenagers in this country. This program looks at a Canadian school where teenagers are encouraged to talk about their problems before they reach a breaking po...
Coping with the Stress of Graduation
Series: News in Review: November 2011
Going to school for the first time can be a nervous time for many students, but so can graduating. There are academic and financial pressures and sometimes, these can be unbearable. This video looks at the class of 2011 in one Canadian school and at a new program designed to help students cope wi...
The Real Story of the King's Speech
Series: News in Review: May 2011
The British movie, The King's Speech, is the big winner at the Academy Awards ceremony. It tells the story of King George VI's struggle to overcome a speech impediment. This video examines how much of the film is history, and how much is Hollywood.
Hockey and the Concussion Debate
Series: News in Review: April 2011
A serious injury to an NHL superstar has focused attention on the problem of concussions. New studies show that concussions can damage the brain and have serious long-term effects. This program examines the study's findings and how they have reignited the debate about fighting and hockey. A teach...
How Healthy are Canadians?
Series: News in Review: February 2011
A recent poll showed that many Canadians are not as healthy as they think they are. They eat too much of the wrong foods, they don't exercise enough and a sizable majority complain about being tired all the time. This program examines these lifestyle problems and examines ways we can live healthi...
Blind Spot: What Happened to Canada's Aboriginal Fathers?
This video program explores the issue of First Nations children who grow up without their fathers - the "blind spot." Two central themes in the program can lead to classroom discussion. First, the decimation of the buffalo stripped males of their role as providers and protectors. Moving First Nat...
Shredded is about a group of teenage boys who want to transform their bodies so they become 'shredded' like the muscular bodies of their media heroes. The film reveals the risks they're willing to take to achieve the ideal male shape, exploring supplement use and the temptations of steroids. With...
Sexy Inc.: Our Children Under the Influence (Youth Version)
Are children being pushed prematurely into adulthood? Sophie Bissonnette's documentary Sexy Inc. Our Children Under Influence - Youth Version analyzes the hypersexualization of our environment and its noxious effects on young people. Psychologists, teachers and school nurses criticize the unhealt...
The Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico
Series: News in Review: September 2010
In late April, an explosion rocked an oil-drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico. It took almost three months to cap the leaking well, and many beaches and wildlife areas were polluted. This video explores the damage the oil spill caused, the efforts to contain it, and if an ecological catastrop...
Earthquakes. The Horror and the Science
Series: News in Review: April 2010
In late February, an earthquake strikes Chile killing more than 800 people. Two months before another earthquake kills more than 220,000 people in Haiti. Why did so many more die in one country and what makes the earth move?
Landing: Stories from the Cultural Divide. Season 2, Episode 2. The Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company
Each fall a group of inner-city youth join the Circle of Voices theatre group at The Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company. This year's lead actor, Jared, is a hip-hop MC and first-time actor. As part of the program he has given up alcohol and drugs and this has made a big difference in his life. A...
Landing: Stories from the Cultural Divide. Season 2, Episode 7. Ray
In 1967, Ray Ramayya arrived from India with his wife and son. Educated as a teacher in his homeland, Ray taught, then re-entered school where he gained his Ph.D. as an educational psychologist. Settling in La Ronge in 1979 with his family, Ray began his career as the Regional Superintendent of E...
It is fundamental to maintain a clean, tidy and safe working environment. Workplace housekeeping will reduce the number accidents and injuries, reduce the risk of fire, improve work efficiencies, reduce fatigue, improve overall morale and improve the general look and feel of the work environment....
Working with Lathes
The lathe is a quick and efficient means of shaping and drilling many types of metal and wood. This program covers the safe and correct use of the lathe including: workshop and operator safety; identification, correct use and maintenance of all components which make up the lathe; correct procedur...