Canada Heart & Soul

Canada Heart & Soul

8 Episodes

A series of eight documentaries exploring faith in Canada through eight different lenses.

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Canada Heart & Soul
  • Welcome to Canada

    Episode 1

    Canada has a diverse and rich heritage as a destination country, now home to over 6 million new Canadians. Known arguably as one of the most multicultural countries in the world, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal have been the hub for newcomers for many years. Even our first Prime Minister, Sir Joh...

  • In Search of Canada

    Episode 2

    “In Search of Canada” highlights the vibrant history of a nation, while uncovering the deep Christian roots from which its values and symbols have sprung. Our story spans the long arc of Canada’s development from pre-colonization to the present. Historians ground us in the facts and comment on th...

  • Made in Canada

    Episode 3

    Canada has birthed many citizens who are immensely successful in their fields on the international stage. Artists like opera diva Measha Brueggergosman; medical champions like Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese, founder of Save the Mothers; and Olympic medalists like speed skater Cindy Klassen. These ‘s...

  • George Beverly Shea — A Century of Gospel Music

    Episode 4

    “George Beverly Shea — A Century of Gospel Music” is a biographical documentary on a man known as “America’s Beloved Gospel Singer”. Using a combination of intimate interviews shot in Ultra-High Definition (4K) on the Red Camera and a collection of archival footage from over sixty years of singin...

  • Notorious To Glorious

    Episode 5

    “I was a six foot three, four hundred pound, tattooed up monster that had no issue with killing you.” –Michael Bull Roberts If anyone was beyond rehabilitation, it was career criminal Michael Bull Roberts. A violent, white supremacist, drug trafficking gang member, he was ruthless and unrepentant...

  • Home and Native Land

    Episode 6

    Home and Native Land follows the lives of two indigenous men who’ve overcome adversity and are making a difference in their respective communities. In Northern Quebec, the transformed village of Ouje-Bougoumou was recognized by the United Nations for its innovative design and sustainable living p...

  • Goal of the Century

    Episode 7

    September 28th, 1972 all across Canada people stopped what they were doing to tune into the deciding game between Canada and the Soviet Union. Foster Hewitt uttered his now famous phrase, "Henderson has scored for Canada!", the country erupted in spontaneous celebration. The "Goal of the Century"...

  • The Sky is Not The Limit

    Episode 8

    Space is often called our last frontier. That vast domain that fills us all with wonder. Only a few have the opportunity to travel beyond gravity's pull. To experience life in space. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield is a modern-day explorer. In March of 2013, Chris became the first Canadian ever...