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Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
100th Anniversary of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building
This video outlines Saskatchewan's political history and how the legislature came to be built in Regina. Historical photographs, documents and interviews with politicians and historians enrich this documentary and shed light on what the legislative building represents in Saskatchewan's history an...
XS Stress: Teens Take Control
Three youth tell their real-life struggles while navigating the choppy waters of adolescence. Various sources of stress are identified, including new responsibilities, schoolwork, relationships with family and friends, racism, name calling and extra-curricular activities. The film offers insight ...
Who's Minding the Store?
This Marketplace investigation reveals how thieves are stealing credit card and debit card information. Thieves break into stores, gas stations and restaurants and rip out the hard drives attached to the point of sale terminals. While stores and restaurants often keep quiet about the theft and cr...
One Red Paperclip: Venture's Dreamers and Schemers
Meet the one-red-paperclip guy, Kyle MacDonald, a 26-year-old ex-geography student with a crazy scheme. In the summer of 2005, Kyle announced to the world he was going to trade a red paperclip for a house - with just his blog as a bartering tool. In one short year, this stunt took him from unempl...
Martha of the North
The Canadian government devised a plan to relocate families to ensure Canadian sovereignty of the Arctic. The families were told game was plentiful, communities would be in one place and they could leave after two years. When Martha was five years old, her family was enticed to leave their Inuit ...
Luis Moreno-Ocampo is the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC). He investigates and prosecutes some of the world's worst criminals for some of the world's worst crimes. Prosecutor follows the controversial Moreno-Ocampo through the court's first trials that will determine wh...
Titanic. The Canadian Story
It's been 100 years since the giant passenger liner Titanic hit an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic off the coast of Newfoundland. This video looks at the impact of the disaster, particularly people in Halifax, where many of the dead are buried.
The NDP Chooses a New Leader
In the last election the New Democratic Party became the official opposition in Parliament. Three months later its leader, Jack Layton, dies of cancer and a race begins to succeed him. This video looks at that race and how Thomas Mulcair became the NDP's new leader.
Budget 2012. The Axe Begins to Fall
In March 2012, Stephen Harper's Conservatives table a new budget. It outlines plans for more than $5-billion of spending cuts, as well as one for phasing out the penny. This video examines details of the budget and looks at the reaction from the opposition and other Canadians.
Generation One. Living in Two Worlds
Canada is a country of immigrants. This video explores "Generation One," children of immigrants who were born in Canada but are still heavily influenced by the cultures and traditions of the countries where their parents once resided.
Bill C-30 and Internet Policy
The federal government has tables a bill that many believe could threaten the civil rights of Canadians and the freedom of the Internet. Bill C-30 would require Internet service providers to gather information on their clients and allow police to access that information without a warrant.
Election 2011 and the Robocall Scandal
Allegations of illegal behaviour during the last federal election lead to a large-scale investigation. Thousands of Canadians received phone calls aimed at discouraging them from voting. This video discusses the political reaction and the search for those responsible.
The Vancouver Hockey Riot
After the 2011 Stanley Cup final, hundreds of hockey fans riot in Vancouver streets and cause millions of dollars in damages. This video revisits the event, looks at the progress of the police investigation, how the community is dealing with the aftermath, and why some young people engage in viol...
Research in Motion's High-Tech Woes
Research in Motion (RIM) is one of Canada's most successful high-tech companies. It developed the Blackberry smartphone, but the company has been losing ground to the competition. This video examines RIM's troubles and the future of the company.
The Great Oil Pipeline Debate
The U.S. government delays approval of a pipeline to transport oil from Alberta to refineries in Texas. The Canadian government responds by saying it will speed up approval of another pipeline to carry the oil over the Rocky Mountains to British Columbia. This video looks at why the government wa...