Witness the highs and lows as three inspirational students compete in the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee in Canada.
Enter the world of 11-year-old conjoined twins Tatiana and Krista Hogan. They share sight, touch and taste and may even know what the other is thinking.
Three best friends team up to create a podcast that openly laughs in the face of serious illness. What started as a joke transforms into a personal journey in which they reflect on their own mortality and their wish to help others.
A candid and intimate portrait of three caregivers, each taking care of a spouse or patient with dementia.
It's Best in Show with whiskers. Meet the felines and fans of the highly competitive cat show circuit in Catwalk.
Rhiana and Kaz Ehara’s world turns upside-down when their daughter Chiyo is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
Ojibway author and humourist Drew Hayden Taylor’s quest to understand the roots of the German obsession with Native North Americans.
Based on home movies, Love, Hope & Autism is an extraordinarily intimate look inside a family as they deal with autism from birth to adulthood — and agonize over what happens next.
First responders describe the long-term effects of what they've witnessed and the need for more support to treat a PTSD epidemic.
A Canadian mother's mission to free her daughter and granddaughters from ISIS.
A new generation of Inuit, armed with social media and their own sense of humour and justice, challenge anti-sealing groups.
Brad was a Toronto kid who became a Neo-Nazi. Now he has a warning for those thinking of joining the far-right: don’t.
Three sisters and a brother, removed from their young Dene mother's care as part of Canada's infamous Sixties Scoop and adopted as infants into separate families across North America, meet together for the first time.
A true crime catfishing story about a reclusive young woman from a small Manitoba First Nation that made international headlines.
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.
The now pardoned Canadian-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Fahmy struggles to put his life back together after spending 438 days a Cairo prison.