Bee Nation
Witness the highs and lows as three inspirational students compete in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada.
Sunday, September 24 at 9 PM
How Does Learning to Spell Prepare Children for Life?
In the age of spell checkers, wouldn’t kids be better off learning to code? Not so, says, Julie Spence, founder of Canada’s National Spelling Bee.
Mohamed Fahmy: Half Free
The now pardoned Canadian-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Fahmy struggles to put his life back together after spending 438 days a Cairo prison.
Sunday, October 1 at 9 PM
How to Spend the Perfect Day in Montreal’s Parc-Extension Neighbourhood
Whether you want to sample the plethora of ethnic cuisines, explore some of the churches, or wander through the bustling streets, this vibrant neighbourhood has it all.

Recent Episodes

Unstoppable: The Fentanyl Epidemic

Unstoppable: The Fentanyl Epidemic

A new wave of synthetic drugs is set to flood into Canada — the first version having already killed thousands of Canadians. Many people in the fight to stop these drugs think the situation may be unstoppable.

Behind the Lens Blog

It’s A Joy To Watch Indigenous Children Shine

It’s A Joy To Watch Indigenous Children Shine

In Bee Nation, parents nuture their children with the best love.

What I Learned About Press Freedoms From Formerly Imprisoned Journalist Mohammed Fahmy

What I Learned About Press Freedoms From Formerly Imprisoned Journalist Mohammed Fahmy

“A robust, inquisitive and independent press is not just fundamental to our society; it’s something that has to be nurtured.”

Why Park-Ex, A Working Class Neighbourhood in Montreal, Is Such A Special Place

Why Park-Ex, A Working Class Neighbourhood in Montreal, Is Such A Special Place

In between the big streets, Park Ex is an intense little village, packed with families. Familiarity happens quickly here. No one just walks through Park Ex on the way somewhere, because it's not on the way to anywhere.

When to Watch

CBC Television
Sundays 9 p.m.
CBC News Network
Saturdays 11 p.m. Sundays 6 p.m. ET