Samara's Alison Loat on what can be done to fix Parliament Hill.
City of Ants
50:19 | 467 Views August 10, 2014
An exploration of the science of ant colonies.
Margaret Lock: The Alzheimer Conundrum
24:28 | 247 Views August 8, 2014
Billions spent, but no closer to a cure: Author Margaret Lock on the Alzheimer conundrum.
Ward Wilson: A World Without Nukes
25:55 | 390 Views August 7, 2014
Author Ward Wilson on the steps he sees as needed to create a nuclear-free world.
The Lost Highway
58:00 | 1787 Views April 24, 2014
Once the main road between Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario's Highway 7 is now a black ribbon of failed businesses and derelict properties. What happened? And why, despite the hardship, do some think it can be turned around?
Ward Wilson: The Myth of Hiroshima
24:53 | 662 Views August 6, 2014
Author Ward Wilson on his argument that the bombing of Hiroshima didn't force Japan to surrender.
Attenborough and the Giant Egg
52:12 | 305 Views August 6, 2014
David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a very personal quest.
Thabit Abdullah: WWI in the Middle East
25:08 | 984 Views August 5, 2014
York University's Thabit Abdullah on the seeds of today's instability in the Middle East.
Janet Carding: 100 Years of the ROM
25:21 | 169 Views August 4, 2014
Meteorites. Artifacts. A barosaurus known as "Gordo." Exploring some of the ROM's interesting objects with Janet Carding.
Laura Brandon: Canada's Great War Art
25:35 | 118 Views August 1, 2014
Laura Brandon of the Canadian War Museum on Canada's Great War story, as told on canvas.
Joseph Boyden: First Nations and the First World War
24:10 | 253 Views July 31, 2014
Author Joseph Boyden on Aboriginal soldiers in the Great War.
Seth Feldman: The Great War in Cinema
25:31 | 221 Views July 31, 2014
Seth Feldman on the story of the Great War told through film.
Mighty Movers II: Hawaii Superferry
51:05 | 464 Views July 31, 2014
It's no ordinary boat. The Hawaii Superferry will be a floating city complete with shops, restaurants and space to park nearly 3000 cars. If this mammoth catamaran-style craft works, it will fly over water using a tenth of the fuel of a plane, while
Dan Black: Canada's Boy Soldiers
24:50 | 294 Views July 29, 2014
Author Dan Black on the Canadian boys who served in the trenches alongside Canadian men during the Great War.
Orca Killing School
50:14 | 287 Views July 27, 2014
A stunning exploration of orcas in Southern Argentina.
Tim Cook: Canada's Great War
25:36 | 337 Views July 28, 2014
A century later, historian Tim Cook reflects on Canada's military contributions during the First World War.