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For fans of CBC documentary programming: CBC Docs POV, The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, The Passionate Eye, Short Docs, and more.
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CBC Docs 3h
Nuclear fusion is known as the holy grail of energy because it’s clean, abundant, and so far, frustratingly unobtainable. But decades of setbacks have not stopped people from trying — in fact, they’re pushing harder than ever.
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CBC Docs 6h
Unstoppable: The Fentanyl Epidemic takes a look at the problem through the eyes of people whose lives have been significantly changed by fentanyl.
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CBC Docs 10h
From David Suzuki to to 13-year-old Autumn Peltier, meet Canada's most inspiring green innovators via .
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Geoff Morrison 12h
Proud as punch to be nominated for another Golden Sheaf Award in the category of Best Director, Non-Fiction. Much love to the + Golden Sheaf jury, and for getting behind The Missing Tourist!
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CBC Docs 13h
"They will never have an opinion, they will never spill a secret." The Queen's last corgi, Willow, has died. Take a look at the history of the Queen's love for corgis.
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CBC Docs 17h
"I felt that Quebec City was home for a long time. But I don't know anymore."
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CBC Docs 19h
Bye-bye winter! Here, in the Northwest Territories, it slams the door on its way out!
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CBC Docs Apr 18
We’re partnering with ProPublica, an American non-profit group that produces investigative news projects, to build a database of how political advertisers target you. More about how this project works:
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CBC Docs Apr 18
Follow photographer Edward Burtynsky to China as he travels the country photographing the evidence and effects of its massive industrial revolution. A classic doc to watch for
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CBC Docs Apr 18
More than 100,000 Canadians will travel abroad on voluntourism trips this year. Here's how to do more good than harm.
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Laura O'Grady Apr 18
Proud to announce our short Eviction Notice will have its world premiere in Toronto next week, and will premiere on shortly afterwards. A full team effort and years in the making. You can check out the trailer here!
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CBC Apr 18
Have you ever seen giraffes fight? |
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CBC Docs Apr 18
"People might find another place to buy a wig, or another place to buy breast forms, but people still want a store." 🏆 Winner of Best Short Documentary at the Canadian Screen Awards! Watch now.
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CBC Docs Apr 18
We've got a great selection of Canadian films (including docs) to help you celebrate . Watch online now.
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The Doc Project Apr 17
In her stunning first documentary, author opens up about the father who cast a "long, dark shadow" over her life.
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CBC Docs Apr 18
Replying to @VerdeauxVl
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CBC Docs Apr 18
A wild baby wolverine — the first time this scene has EVER been caught on camera. More adorable baby animals from The Nature of Things:
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CBC Docs Apr 17
One of the most dramatic examples of how we use body language is the traditional Māori performing art called the Kapa Haka. It's a dance that uses all parts of the body — the hands, arms, feet, voice, eyes & even the tongue — to express a range of emotions
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CBC Docs Apr 17
Years of observing other people’s trauma suddenly took their toll. “I don’t remember the flight. I don’t remember landing. I don’t remember walking through YVR. I don’t remember what I did when I got my luggage. I don’t even remember coming home.”
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CBC Docs Apr 17
Few people outside of the Arctic realize how crucial seals are to the Inuit economy and way of life.
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