With no high school in her community, Miranda must move 500 km away for grade 9.
Ukrainian orphan Vika longs to see her sister, who was adopted by a Canadian family.
They may live in mobile homes, but these residents refuse to move.
In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on a Quebec City mosque, 3 Muslim women contemplate leaving the place they call home.
At Toronto’s oldest cross-dressing store, Paddy creates a safe haven for transformation.
NBA-hopeful Richard Amardi has one last chance to make it big.
Take a trip to Iqaluit with The Jerry Cans! Experience a big hometown show in this 360 documentary.
How an 11 year-old girl escaped after being kidnapped by ISIS.
Three teens document how they’re overwhelmed by high expectations and pressure to succeed.
Four years after losing his father to cancer, Alexander decides to cut his hair.
Vika and Arina hadn't seen each other in four years. Read More
Celebrate National Indigenous History month with documentaries by some of the best emerging Indigenous storytellers from across the country. Read More
Before the park closed, George Webber photographed the people and the homes of Midfield. Read More
Vika lives in Ukraine. Arina lives in Toronto. They don’t know when they’ll see each other again. Read More
In the short documentary Home No More, three Muslim women consider leaving Quebec City in the aftermath of the deadly mosque shooting on January 29, 2017. Read More