Birth of a Family
Three sisters and a brother, removed from their young Dene mother's care as part of Canada's infamous Sixties Scoop and adopted as infants into separate families across North America, meet together for the first time.
Sunday, November 19 at 9 PM
Filmmaker Tasha Hubbard’s Personal Connection to the Sixties Scoop
Like the subjects of her film, Hubbard was adopted in the era known as the Sixties Scoop in Canada.
Skinhead
Brad was a Toronto kid who became a Neo-Nazi. Now he has a warning for those thinking of joining the far-right: don’t.
Sunday, November 26 at 9 PM
It’s A Joy To Watch Indigenous Children Shine
In Bee Nation, parents nuture their children with the best love.

Recent Episodes

Inseparable: Ten Years Joined At The Head

Inseparable: Ten Years Joined At The Head

Enter the world of 11-year-old conjoined twins Tatiana and Krista Hogan. They share sight, touch and taste and may even know what the other is thinking.

Indictment: The Crimes of Shelly Chartier

Indictment: The Crimes of Shelly Chartier

A true crime catfishing story about a reclusive young woman from a small Manitoba First Nation that made international headlines.

Sickboy

Sickboy

Three best friends team up to create a podcast that openly laughs in the face of serious illness. What started as a joke transforms into a personal journey in which they reflect on their own mortality and their wish to help others.

Behind the Lens Blog

Why I Joined — And Left — Canada’s Organized Hate Group Movement

Why I Joined — And Left — Canada’s Organized Hate Group Movement

I was the skinny kid of the bunch and was never the toughest, but I was seeking a group that would accept me no matter what.

Why Home Is Important To Building Community For Canada’s Indigenous People

Why Home Is Important To Building Community For Canada’s Indigenous People

Although the last residential school closed more than 20 years ago, there are more Indigenous children in the welfare system today than ever. What is the cost?

Skinhead: What This Word Really Means

Skinhead: What This Word Really Means

Today’s skinheads are the evil twins of what used to be a noisy but anti-establishment and anti-racist subculture.

When It Comes To Indigenous People, Canadian Justice Is Not Blind

When It Comes To Indigenous People, Canadian Justice Is Not Blind

Long-term impacts of colonization must be taken into account by Canada’s Gladue courts

When to Watch

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