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Native Planet Program 4: Hawaii - The Stolen Nation
Part of the Series: Native Planet
Host Simon Baker travels to Hawaii to examine the growing native sovereignty movement and how it helped halt construction of the largest public infrastructure project in Hawaii's history.
Native Planet Program 5: United States - Surviving the Cold War and Uranium Mining
Part of the Series: Native Planet
Host Simon Baker examines the environmental and social impact that abandoned uranium mines and the cold war nuclear testing are having on the Navajo Nation.
Native Planet Program 3: Canada - Living with the Tar Sands
Part of the Series: Native Planet
From his home in the Squamish Nation, Canada host Simon Baker traces the path of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, from the Oil Sands in Alberta to the tanker terminal planned for Kitimat, B.C. to understand why First Nations are…
Behind Closed Doors - Children Who Witness Domestic Violence
This video addresses the impact that witnessing domestic violence has on the developing brain of infants and children and demonstrates the effect on their behaviour and relationships and the long term consequences for their future. In Part One, clinical psychologist,…
Smoke from His Fire - The Kwakwaka’wakw of the Pacific Northwest Coast
A bittersweet story of how a people survived. Seventy-five years ago the nobility of the Kwakwaka'wakw of the Pacific Northwest Coast, chose a young man, secluded him from the authorities when his peers were sent to Residential School. The elders…
The R Word
People have called them "village idiots", "imbeciles", "fools", "subhumans" and "retards". They have been incarcerated in prisons and institutions, abused and even at times murdered. They have been feared and misunderstood for centuries. This program chronicles the incredible struggles of…
Native Planet Program 1: New Zealand - Restoring the "Mauri"
Part of the Series: Native Planet
Host Simon Baker travels to New Zealand's North Island to see how science and indigenous knowledge are combining to breathe life back into a sacred lake decimated by years of industrial pollution.
Understanding Canadian Government
Part of the Series: Canadian Law and Government Series
This program provides a fun and colourful look at the nuts-and-bolts of our governing bodies in Canada - namely the federal and provincial governments. Features energetic young hosts, and includes a huge variety of animations, diagrams, archive government footage and…
It's Not Like I Hit Her!
Mixing dramatic vignettes with interviews, this program examines emotional abuse directed at women by their male partners. It's not about arguing or disagreeing; it is about chronic criticism, verbal degradation, intimidation and isolation imposed on women to keep them in…
A Change of Mind - An Investigation of Brain Injury
Brain injury from sports is a hot topic in today's media, but only 20% are attributable to sports. Given the toll brain injury takes on individuals and families, what do we know about the impact on society as a whole?…
Ancient Sea Gardens - Mystery of the Pacific Northwest
When marine geologist Dr. John Harper stumbles upon a coastal phenomenon in the form of mysterious curving rock walls along the low tide line of hundreds of beaches in British Columbia, he launches on a quest that will take years…
Understanding Canadian Law
Part of the Series: Canadian Law and Government Series
This dynamic and colourful program provides a solid foundation for understanding Canada's justice system. Featuring exciting animations, navigational diagrams, upbeat music and a young, energetic host, this modern approach offers a primer on law in Canada and our court systems.
Anger Blueprint Toolbox
This program dramatically teaches responsible Anger, Boundaries and Safety. Based on a three-day workshop facilitated by acclaimed speaker Dr. Joann Peterson, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., Dip.C., Ph.D., this video follows twelve participants as they discover the physiological roots of anger, how to…
How I Stopped Drinking: Four Stories Continued
A follow-up to What Made Me Stop Drinking , this program investigates how those same people - recovering alcoholics - actually managed to stop drinking. They took different routes and found their own sources of support. Mandy - "I hated…
What Made Me Stop Drinking: Four Stories
An intimate and revealing look into the lives of four people who are addicted to alcohol. Four very different individuals tell their stories ... a lawyer who wanted to stop his kids from being afraid of him; a first nations…
One Hit Leads to Another
The combination of detailed descriptions by abused women and great dramatizations helps both male and female viewers to understand the realities of spousal abuse, what motivates this kind of activity, and reveals the myths that surround it. Low self-esteem, rather…
Native Planet Program 2: Ecuador - Saving Pachamama (Mother Earth)
Part of the Series: Native Planet
Host Simon Baker travels to Ecuador and deep into the Amazon jungle to meet one Aboriginal tribe waging an international fight to keep oil companies and their government off their territory.
What's Age Got to Do With It?
This riveting program looks at the devastating effects of abuse upon older women within intimate or spousal relationships as well as abuse by adult children. Covers a diversity of seniors, representing many different social values, upbringings and experience. In common…
Time to Change
This dramatic sequel to ONE HIT LEADS TO ANOTHER is about treatment options for abusive men. This highly recommended program combines explanations from counselors with dramatic vignettes to clarify elemental self-esteem questions at the root of family violence. It also…
What About Us?
This program explains to children who have witnessed spousal abuse what has happened and why they feel the way they do. Viewers will start to understand the answers to their questions... "Why can't we go home? Where's dad? Why did…