I Think You’ve Been Looking For Me
An emotional reunion of a mother and her son after 48 years reveals the depths of suffering inflicted by a forced adoption and the power of family ties to overcome them.
Friday, November 23 at 9 PM
A Winnipeg artist brought hope to Churchill, Manitoba when they needed it the most
“I would love for Canada to take a little more pride and ownership of our North, our wilderness.”
Decades of shame disappeared when I finally met the son I gave up for adoption 48 years ago
My body and mind and heart kept getting lighter and lighter until I found myself at the airport on my way to meet him.
Pugly: A Pug’s Life
Follow the triumphs and struggles of three rescue pugs, and explore the current craze for flat-faced dogs.
Friday, January 11 at 9 PM

Watch Recent Episodes Online

Know I’m Here

Know I’m Here

In a moment of crisis for the subarctic town of Churchill, Manitoba, Kal Barteski brings together artists from around the world to paint massive murals on the town’s neglected buildings, to bring hope and awareness.

Next of Kin

Next of Kin

Jacob and Tahylour, impacted by the child welfare system, locate unknown family, finding themselves in the process.

Shut Him Down: The Rise of Jordan Peterson

Shut Him Down: The Rise of Jordan Peterson

A behind-the-scenes glimpse into the firestorm sparked by professor Jordan Peterson’s dismissal of gender-neutral pronouns and his meteoric rise to global fame for denouncing political correctness.

Behind the Lens Blog

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.

Why it’s important to oppose Jordan Peterson’s views on gender pronouns

Why it’s important to oppose Jordan Peterson’s views on gender pronouns

Social acceptance is the most effective way to reduce the risk of suicide for transgender people and it requires group participation.

Decades of shame disappeared when I finally met the son I gave up for adoption 48 years ago

Decades of shame disappeared when I finally met the son I gave up for adoption 48 years ago

My body and mind and heart kept getting lighter and lighter until I found myself at the airport on my way to meet him.

How One Phone Call Changed the Course of my Documentary on At-Risk Youth

How One Phone Call Changed the Course of my Documentary on At-Risk Youth

We’d been searching for Jacob’s father for six months without success

When to Watch on TV

CBC Television
Fridays 9 p.m.
CBC News Network
Thursdays 10 p.m. ET/PTSundays 6 p.m. ET

prothom-alo.com, smh.com.au, tutorialspoint.com, fandango.com, littlethings.com, almasryalyoum.com, firstpost.com, dafont.com, investopedia.com, lolwot.com,