Mohawk filmmaker Sonia Bonspille Boileau takes us on a journey to discover how the Oka Crisis of 1990 sparked the resurgence of Indigenous identity and ultimately helped change the course of Canadian history. Watch Full Episode
"I never saw it coming!” That’s the heart-breaking cry of parents whose kids have run away to join the ranks of a terrorist organization. What makes a young person blow up a café in Paris? Why do young people leave comfortable homes to embrace violent extremist ideologies? And what happens to the families they leave behind? Watch Full Episode
"By mid morning, we've completed 700 abdomen exercises and lifted 10 times our body weight. The other day, after doing burpees, there was a puddle of sweat the shape of my body on the floor."
"These girls are machines. They are complete and total athletes." Director Jérémie Battaglia was shocked by the athletic rigours of synchronized swimming.
“I wanted to explore what makes someone leave their world behind, at a late stage in her life, and immerse themselves in a society that is completely alien to them.” Producer Vanessa Dylyn talks about her fascination with Beverley Giesbrecht.
"I always thought of Canada and home as a safe haven," says director Shelley Saywell. "But that idea was shattered when I realized that for thousands of women in our own country, home is the place where most violence occurs."