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A bittersweet love letter to Montreal's legendary immigrant Park Extension neighbourhood, as seen through the eyes of some lifelong Greek inhabitants, their South Asian neighbours, and a filmmaker rediscovering his roots.
Thursday, June 20 at 9 PM
Montreal Park Ex Resident Embodies Canada’s Multicultural Endeavour
Greek/English/French/Irish and married to a Sikh, “Park Ex for me allows me to be every one of my cultural selves.”
B.C.‘s Granger Taylor left a note saying he was boarding an alien spaceship — then he disappeared
I made it my mission to find out as much as I could about Taylor and what happened to him.
Drag Kids
A daring and touching portrait of four kids chasing freedom and friendship through the art of drag.
Thursday, July 25 at 9 PM

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After The Sirens

After The Sirens

First responders describe the long-term effects of what they've witnessed and the need for more support to treat a PTSD epidemic.

Modified

Modified

A personal and poignant mother-daughter investigative journey that questions why Canada doesn’t label genetically modified foods

Village of the Missing

Village of the Missing

How did serial killer Bruce McArthur get away with murdering several gay, brown-skinned men in Toronto’s gay village?

Behind the Lens Blog

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.

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.

First responders saved my life, but I didn’t give them a second thought until now

First responders saved my life, but I didn’t give them a second thought until now

Why do we take for granted the very people we task with saving our lives and who are suffering because of their jobs?

We need to build a culture of peace to fight gun violence

We need to build a culture of peace to fight gun violence

‘Gun violence emerges out of, and exist within a pandemonium of hopelessness. But there is much that we can do.’

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