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Kouchibouguac, New Brunswick

) We explore Kouchibouguac on the south east coast of New Brunswick, a national park established to protect the environmentally fragile areas of the … Continue reading

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The Boreal Forest: 7. A Model Project

While filming in the boreal forest, we connected with a project started in 1992, when a national park, a logging company, aboriginal communities, environmentalists … Continue reading

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1812: Part 13 – The Final Days of War at Fort Erie

For six weeks in the late summer of 1814 Fort Erie has the unenviable distinction of becoming Canada’s bloodiest battlefield.

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1812 – Part 12: The Siege of Fort Erie

Re-enactors portray the wives, nurses, surgeons, soldiers, suttlers, natives and officers who participated in the Siege of Fort Erie and tell some of the … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 11: The Sinking of the Nancy

A former Canadian fur trading vessel, HMS Nancy was the only ship left in the Upper Great Lakes after the Battle of Lake Erie. … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 9: War and the Settlers

After the Americans had defeated the British at the Battle of Lake Erie and the Battle of the Thames – the south western region … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 8: The British Retreat and the Death of Tecumseh

Following the loss of the British Fleet at the Battle of Lake Erie it was decided to destroy everything that could be of use … Continue reading

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1812 – Part 1: The War begins

War is announced – but in 1812 civility reigns.  The British officers are entertaining their American counterparts at Fort George and so war will not start … Continue reading

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