Maritime Magazine with Pauline Dakin

Jonathan Torrens

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Jonathan Torrens is one of the most recognizable and successful actors on Canadian TV. He began his career as a teenager and has kept busy on multiple projects ever since.
Amy Smith has feature conversation with Jonathan Torrens about his life on and off camera.


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East Preston

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We go on a tour of historic East Preston. People in this community
can trace their roots from the earliest settlers in the 18th century.
Our guides: Dr. Wanda Bernard is a social work professor at Dalhousie University. Tony Colaiacovo works with the Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute in Halifax. Andrew Howe is a Dalhousie Biology student.

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We were here once - we are still here now.

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A moving documentary by Ted Blades about the British school children from Beatrix Potter elementary who tend to the graves of 18 Newfoundlanders who died during WW1 and now lie buried in London`s Wandsworth cemetery.

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The Power Of Community

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Carolyn Ray brings us the story of how the people of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, have come together to hep refugee families from Syria.

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Mark Critch

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A feature conversation with Amy Smith and Canadian comedy icon - Mark Critch. He shares stories about growing up in Newfoundland, finding his comedic voice, and paying tribute to those who paved the way for his generation of performers.

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What's Haunting you?

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Jackie Torrens explores our need for ghosts, and why they seem to be an integral part of the human story. She meets three people who have different connections to ghosts.

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What's in a name?

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What's in a name? here in atlantic canada - we spend a lot of time thinking about names. The ones we were born with. The nicknames we're given. And the ones we create ourselves. Maggie Rahr delves into how names define us and our region.

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Death of an Outport

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Why the residents of Little Bay Island in Newfoundland are divided about the future of their home.

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To Haiti with love

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The Churchill family left their home in Nova Scotia to move to a remote island in Haiti where they work with an organization that provides water and electricity, fosters job development and feeds the hungry. Shaina Luck produced this documentary.

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Temporary Foreign Workers

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Many employers in Atlantic Canada now depend on temporary foreign workers. But, are they taking jobs away from local people? And are they being exploited?
Blair Sanderson explores this contentious issue.

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