From high above British Columbia's Bowen and Gambier Islands, we begin an epic aerial exploration that follows the rugged contours of the Sunshine Coast.
Amanda Palmer: The Asking Economy
17:29 | 616 Views December 2, 2014
Asking for help is naturally difficult. Musician Amanda Palmer tells Steve Paikin how she turned asking into an art that fuels her music.
Christian Rudder: Hidden Pools of Data
18:11 | 141 Views December 2, 2014
What story does your social media activity tell about you? We'll find out from OKCupid founder and author Christian Rudder.
Alfred Hermida: Dissent in a Digital Era
18:00 | 145 Views December 2, 2014
We find out how an ever-evolving social media is a tool for people to question governments and other institutions.
Ep. 9 - Secrets of the Interior
50:00 | 212 Views December 2, 2014
Starting just off the coast of Vancouver Island, we head inland, following the contours of Knight Inlet.
A Rising North
40:26 | 467 Views December 1, 2014
The Agenda looks at necessary new paths to economic sustainability in Canada's North.
Leesee Papatsie: Feeding the North
13:31 | 419 Views December 1, 2014
The North's remoteness has a cost, especially when it comes to food affordability. "Feeding My Family" founder Leesee Papatsie takes Steve Paikin through the challenges.
Dig by Wire
47:10 | 483 Views December 1, 2014
Tony Robinson and the Team visit a tiny windswept island off the coast of Wales. The only way to get to it is by rigging a 500-metre zip wire way above the wave-lashed rocks.
Question Period: Monday, December 1, 2014
1:00:43 | 27 Views December 1, 2014
Topics Include: Social Assistance, Community Care Access Centres, Youth Detention, Auto Insurance
Ep. 1 - The New Everest
42:52 | 6268 Views December 1, 2014
"The Polar Sea" begins in Reykjavik, Iceland with Richard Tegner, an ordinary Swedish man embarking on an extraordinary expedition to cross the Northwest Passage with his friends.
Ep. 2 - Sailing Ice
43:09 | 2732 Views December 1, 2014
It is late July and the Northwest Passage is still choked with ice. In the small village of Ilulissat, Greenland, a motley collection of Arctic voyagers assembles to prepare for their expeditions while they wait for the sea to melt.
Ep. 5 - Arctic Exiles
42:52 | 2218 Views December 1, 2014
Crossing the Northwest Passage remains an immense challenge despite the melting ice. Halfway through their journey, some explorers break down and fall back, leaving others exiled.
Ep. 3 - Legends of Food
43:19 | 2096 Views December 1, 2014
The explorers cross Baffin Bay to the tiny Inuit village of Pond Inlet. The new accessibility of this region has brought an unprecedented wave of tourists to Pond. For residents this is one of the many mixed blessings of climate change.
Ep. 4 - Wild Science
43:17 | 1958 Views December 1, 2014
We depart coastal civilization for Lancaster Sound, a wilderness teeming with whales, birds and bears which is now being swarmed by scientists racing to understand the biological effects of climate change.
Ep. 7 - Arctic Crossroads
43:12 | 1542 Views December 1, 2014
Late August finds our explorers at the halfway point of the Northwest Passage in Cambridge Bay, racing against the return of winter. Undiscovered until the 20th century, this is an ancient crossing place where surreal contrasts abound.
Ep. 10 - Passage To The Future
43:02 | 1534 Views December 1, 2014
Two months after they began their journey, our explorers finally exit the Bering Strait and complete the Northwest Passage, but not before passing one last astonishing impact of climate change: an entire community sinking into the sea.