Episodes

Saturday August 28 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 »
Saturday August 28 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 »
Saturday August 14 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 »
Available on CBC Gem UFO Town In the ‘90s, a VHS tape emerged and, with it, a claim that a UFO had crashed in a field near Ottawa. A former teen UFO investigator returns decades later to find out what people saw there More »
Available on CBC Gem My Farmland A look at the changing face of Canadian farms from the perspective of local farmers, Chinese immigrants and investors. More »
Available on CBC Gem Spaceman B.C.’s Granger Taylor built a spaceship in his backyard. In 1980, he said he was going to space and vanished. What really happened? 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 Her Last Project An extraordinary woman dedicates the last months of her life to educating others about dying with dignity and meaning. More »
Available on CBC Gem Company Town When GM announces it’s closing shop in Oshawa, Ont., an embattled union and its disillusioned workers face the fight of their lives. More »
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