Titanic: The Canadian Story

Among the more than 2200 passengers and crew aboard the Titanic were 130 men, women and children bound for Canada. In two hours of dramatic and emotional story-telling, we reveal for the first time on television, the untold stories of some of those passengers through letters, diaries and first-hand accounts from surviving family members. More

 


Titanic: Blood and Steel


Titanic: Blood and Steel

The story of how the so-called Ship of Dreams came into being. The series portrays the epic process of building this legendary leviathan and the people who gave life to its creation.


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Facts About the Titanic


Facts About the Titanic

The Titanic struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland, the first land distress calls were heard in Canada and hundreds of the victims are now buried in Halifax. Learn more about the Titanic's Canadian connections.


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Life in 1912


Life in 1912

It was one of the coldest winters on record, Montreal was Canada's largest city, and a loaf of bread cost 5 cents. Learn more about life in Canada in 1912.


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Saving the Titanic


Saving Titanic

Reveals the heroes behind the disaster: the brave engineers and shipbuilders who courageously tried to keep the ship afloat longer so more passengers could escape.


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