Follow The Rock
B.C. First Nations bring their best players to the All Native Basketball Tournament.

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Follow The Rock

Follow The Rock

B.C. First Nations bring their best players to the All Native Basketball Tournament.

Babe, I Hate To Go

Babe, I Hate To Go

A Jamaican migrant worker decides to keep the news of his terminal illness from his family, leaving him to cope alone.

Exposed Nerves

Exposed Nerves

A dance instructor’s life goes awry when her bipolar symptoms begin to manifest themselves.

Red Button: Homeless Youth

Red Button: Homeless Youth

Homeless youth in Toronto capture their lives with camera phones.

Call Me Olly

Call Me Olly

Ken Burns dreams of becoming a world-famous filmmaker. There’s only one problem: his name.

Little Big Leaf

Little Big Leaf

Phu Dinh Van runs a coffee shop in Hanoi. Though physically small, he has big dreams: to study in Canada.

Declutter

Declutter

Filmmaker Madison Thomas has a revelation about why her mother is always cleaning — and realizes she’s more like her mom than she ever thought.

The Secret Path: In The Classroom

The Secret Path: In The Classroom

Chanie Wenjack's sisters visit a school in Toronto, where the children have a special surprise for the family.

Finding My Balance

Finding My Balance

How volleyball helped one woman recover from years of bullying.

NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart

NiiSoTeWak: Two Bodies, One Heart

Cree teachings say that identical twins are born with two bodies, but share one heart. Meet Tapwewin and Pawaken, 10-year-old brothers trying to make sense of the world, their family and each other.

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A Resource Guide for Canadian Homeless Youth

A Resource Guide for Canadian Homeless Youth

There are support networks available to help homeless and at-risk youth. Read More

‘You will be separated from your family for half of your adult life.’

‘You will be separated from your family for half of your adult life.’

70 years ago, Andrew Moir's grandfather came to Canada to work as a farm labourer — he was able to buy a farm and build a life in Canada. Today's migrant workers don't have that option. Read More

Through Our Eyes: Indigenous Short Docs

Through Our Eyes: Indigenous Short Docs

Short documentaries by some of the best emerging Indigenous storytellers in Canada. Read More

How volleyball helped this 18-year-old filmmaker recover from bullying

How volleyball helped this 18-year-old filmmaker recover from bullying

Alicia Mollen’s short documentary ‘Finding My Balance’ is a poetic look at how the sport helped her heal. Read More

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