Friday September 30 Born Bad For over 50 years, thousands of "bad kids” were sent to Ontario's training schools. Four survivors open up about the abuse they experienced. More »
Available on CBC Gem Hockey Mom Fatma, a single mother from Syria, builds a new life with her seven-year-old son, Majed, in Toronto. An intimate look at a brave woman learning to trust in herself More »
Available on CBC Gem Year of the Goat Five dairy goat breeder families juggle their farms, work and an intensive show season while caring for all of their two — and four-legged — kids. More »
Available on CBC Gem #BLESSED Go inside a fast-growing church where ‘Pastor Sam’ spreads his message of 21st-century salvation to hip, millennial churchgoers as they work their way closer to God More »
Available on CBC Gem Prison Farm These prison inmates grow crops, take care of cattle, make maple syrup and keep bees as a unique form of rehabilitation in Kingston, Ont. More »
Available on CBC Gem Rare Bird Alert Take a journey across North America with a punk rock birdwatcher who explores how the climate crisis is affecting birds, from the viewpoint of birders. More »
Available on CBC Gem The Killing of Phillip Boudreau The story of a death that tore apart the Nova Scotia community of Isle Madame, a postcard-perfect collection of Acadian fishing villages off the coast of Cape Breton Island. More »
Available on CBC Gem There’s No Place Like This Place, Anyplace The beloved and iconic Toronto landmark, Honest Ed’s, is sold to make way for development and an uncertain future. More »
Available on CBC Gem The World’s Biggest Family A man with 600 half-siblings takes a hard look at the hidden costs of sperm donor anonymity. More »
Available on CBC Gem Cottagers & Indians James Whetung is reclaiming his Indigenous right to cultivate wild rice on Ontario’s Pigeon Lake, but local homeowners are furious about large-scale changes in the waterways — so there’s going to be a dust-up. More »
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