The Superfood Chain

The Superfood Chain explores the facts and myths of “superfoods” and how the superfood industry affects food security for fishers and farmers globally.

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Que mangera-t-on demain ?

In 2050, our planet will have more than 9 billion inhabitants. Feeding them all will be a huge challenge. This series presents solutions and experiences from around the world to ensure global food security.

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Something in the Air

Something in the Air is a one-hour film to broadcast on CBC’s documentary series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. The documentary speaks to the continued deterioration and new risks in the most essential element for survival: air. The invisible ultra-fine particles that we breathe in every three seconds affect our brains, our DNA and overall health and well-being.

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Ma ville aux rayons X

We explore the sometimes surprising or unknown impacts that our living environment can have on our health (place of residence, neighbourhood, workplaces, etc.).

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Project Showcase

Discover the full library of health and well-being content that has received funding from TELUS Fund.

Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age

Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age is a shocking multilinear story with a psychological thriller feel, where the destinies of leading women assailed by an online horde are intertwined. The will is common: it’s time to speak up.

Stories for Caregivers

Stories for Caregivers is an initiative renewed for a fourth year by the TELUS Fund and produced by The Coup Company designed to change the way Canadians think and feel about providing care. Their strategy is to generate awareness about caregiving through the creation of original web series that showcase the inspiring work of caregivers across Canada.

Ma ville aux rayons X

We explore the sometimes surprising or unknown impacts that our living environment can have on our health (place of residence, neighbourhood, workplaces, etc.).

Saving Minds

A fresh and empathetic look at mental illness through the touching stories of people seeking better treatment.

The Stroke Doc

A stroke is like a brush fire in the brain, burning over a million neurons per minute. But one Canadian doctor is out to prove his drug can stop it in its tracks.

Six Degrés

Six degrés tells the unique story of a blind boy who has only six small degrees of eyesight with which to discover his new life.

Les bracelets Rouges

Les bracelets rouges is a story of friendship between young people aged 9 to 17 who, despite their illness and their living environment, wish to build a daily life identical to that of any child of their age. Overcoming obstacles, these six teenagers share with us their desire to laugh, to fall in love, in other words to live their lives to the fullest!

Les Aventures du Pharmachien

Les aventures du Pharmachien tackles mistruths and popular beliefs in health.

The Secret Society

The Secret Society sheds light on a hidden and unacknowledged women’s health crisis. Delving into the stressful and stigmatized world of infertility, we meet women unable to conceive who are desperately searching for egg donors, women willing to donate their eggs to help them, and professionals who support both.

The Magnitude of All Things

Jennifer Abbott’s new documentary The Magnitude of All Things merges stories from the frontlines of climate change with recollections of the loss of her sister, drawing intimate parallels between personal and planetary grief.

Take Care

Special initiative with VICE to stimulate health content targeted to Youth.

Jenny

Jenny, 13, is diagnosed with leukemia. Far from being discouraged by the news, she discovers a strength of character that allows her to bravely face the ordeal of her illness thanks to the help of her family and friends.

Shine True

Shine True is a trailblazing new makeover show celebrating the trans and gender non-conforming community – because showing up feeling your best is never easy.

Parfaitement imparfait

Parfaitement imparfait (Perfectly Imperfect) explores taboos surrounding mental health in a bright, entertaining and unabashed way.

On parle de santé mentale

Through funny sketches, educational animation and engaging testimonials, this web series shatters the mental health stigma and gives young people a better understanding of the elements affecting their psychological well-being.

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots breaks down barriers of communications to reveal why we face a population of children and young adults suffering from anxiety, depression and ultimately suicide.

Champions

Intertwining both the sports odyssey and the human portrait, this feel-good documentary offers an immersion into a fascinating world where athletes with an “intellectual difference” are at the forefront.

Ollie! Superpower Food Days

Ollie is the world’s pickiest eater, who when he finally takes a bite of his food, gets food fueled superpowers – and in the end loves his food and saves the day!

Moments of Life

Moments of Life focuses on perinatal bereavement following medical termination of pregnancy.

Dark Cloud: The High Cost Of Cyberbullying

A mother campaigns to ensure the tragic death of her daughter Amanda serves as a warning to other parents about the dangers of digital bullies and their impact on modern teens’ lives.

Ghost BFF

Follow two best friends—one alive, one dead—through space and time as they struggle to right past wrongs and find themselves following a suicide.

Li'lDoc

From a simple cold to cancer, find helpful information from a friend to children and families.

Tuning the Brain with Music

Explore how sounds and music affect our brain in ways that promote healing and wellness.

Digging in the Dirt

The price of oil includes the mental and emotional anguish common among Alberta’s oil and gas workers.

Rat Park

Grapple with a new understanding of addiction, harm reduction, and drug policies.

Mont Tétons : Guide de survie

Anick Lemay offers Mont Tétons : Guide de survie (Mount Tits: a Survival Guide), a guide about follow-ups for survivors of breast cancer.

Locker Room Doctor

Doctors talk health with guys in their sacred place; at the rink playing recreational hockey.

The Divided Brain

A breakthrough discovery about the left and right brain hemispheres can help us lead more productive lives and deal with complex social problems.

Human + The Future of Our Senses

Discover, through touching stories, how new technological advances will shortly change or help us regain our ability to see, touch, hear, feel and taste, thus improving our lives.

Le jour où je n'ai pas pu plonger

A documentary inspired by the tragedy experienced by Olympic medallist Sylvie Bernier, accompanied by a digital component dedicated to drowning prevention in Canada.

Paramedics: Life on the Line

This gripping documentary series follows the paramedics and dispatchers at British Columbia’s Emergency Health Services, from the highly pressurized dispatch control centre to the crews on the street.

Something in the Air

Something in the Air is a one-hour film to broadcast on CBC’s documentary series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. The documentary speaks to the continued deterioration and new risks in the most essential element for survival: air. The invisible ultra-fine particles that we breathe in every three seconds affect our brains, our DNA and overall health and well-being.

Fast Health

Love yourself like you love your car.

On joue au docteur

This magazine program comes into Quebec homes to guide families in a fun and entertaining way about family health.

Racetime

Racetime is a sequel to the animated feature film SNOWTIME! and is a wild romp through the trials and tribulations, passionate joys and little victories of childhood.

Living in HOpe

Behind every mental illness there is a person. Hear their stories. Witness the strength of the human character.

The Superfood Chain

The Superfood Chain explores the facts and myths of “superfoods” and how the superfood industry affects food security for fishers and farmers globally.

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

At the intersection of art and science, the Anthropocene Project is a multidisciplinary endeavour combining film, photography, virtual and augmented reality to investigate human influence on our planet.

On parle de sexe

Let’s talk about sex: from the clitoris to consent, to porn, sexting and masturbation.

Josée Boudreault, plus forte que l'AVC

This unique documentary sheds light on the stroke suffered by Josée Boudreault’s in July 2016. With her strength of character, her positive attitude and her great resilience, we follow her life after the stroke. We will meet neurologists and other health specialists who will describe a stroke in plain words for us to get to know the different types, symptoms and prognosis.

Que mangera-t-on demain ?

In 2050, our planet will have more than 9 billion inhabitants. Feeding them all will be a huge challenge. This series presents solutions and experiences from around the world to ensure global food security.

My 90-Year-Old Roommate

Joe, a 90-year-old widower, is living alone when his misguided adult grandson moves in with nothing but a backpack, a box of condoms and a sense of entitlement.

Longevity Road Trip

Five couples hit the road looking for ways to stay young and live longer.

Sweet Dreams for Chiyo

Rhiana and Kaz Ehara’s world turns upside-down when their daughter Chiyo is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

Maux mystères

In Maux mystères (literally “Mystery Woe”, a play on the French name for word search puzzles), people who are told they have a rare disease, often obscure even for doctors, see their lives confined to an endless quest for the right diagnosis.

Bye

Alexandre Taillefer seeks to understand what caused the suicide of Thomas, his 14-year-old son. He focuses on the mental health of young Quebecers and explores the impact of the virtual world on the real world. He wants to improve online detection of suicidal ideation as well as mental health prevention.

How to Buy a Baby

An infertile couple struggles to conceive with the help of a doctor. And a nurse. And an embryologist. And a financial planner. And unsolicited advice from everyone they know.

Teens 101

Teens 101 is a multi media initiative towards reaching, guiding, empowering, inspiring youth through the issues that can affect their mental health and well being.

Beyond the Spectrum

When their two-year-old son Oskar is diagnosed with autism, this busy family of seven drops everything for a year to focus on his therapy. In their surprising journey of discovery, they confront a critical question: What does unconditional love really mean?

Much Too Young

A documentary film and virtual reality experience that follows four families as they deal with Alzheimer’s disease at a shockingly young age, and then places the audience into the perspective of someone suffering with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s related dementia through these stories.

A User's Guide to Cheating Death

The anti-aging industry is worth almost $10 billion a year. People want to live forever, and they want to look good while doing it. But how much of it actually works? And is any of it harmful?

I Am Still Your Child

Over half a million of Canada’s front line mental healthcare “workers” are less than 12 years old. Yet, nobody’s heard of them… And they’re left alone to cope with growing up with a parent who suffers from mental illness.

1000 Days for the Planet

SEDNA IV returns home after documenting the important environmental changes from the Arctic to the Gulf of the St. Lawrence river.

The Risk Factor

LIVE SAFE, BUT LIVE! A cross-platform initiative to improve our ability to understand, assess and respond to risk.

Sweat the City

An interactive health and fitness series connecting the viewer with workouts, wearable technology, a mobile app and a website to chart progress.

Keeping Canada Safe

A documentary series chronicling the often-hidden stories of the unsung men and women, unexpected heroes, and behind-the-scenes processes that safeguard our welfare, over two typical days of Canadian life.

I Waited Too Long, Doctor!

The documentary series presents cases of people who almost died because they waited too long before seeing a doctor, while web capsules raise public awareness to avoid those situations.

Having Our Baby

Surrogacy is booming, but what is the impact on our ethics, our laws and the medical system in Canada? And most of all, how does this impact couples desperate to have a child?

Bugs on the Menu

Travel to countries where insects are eaten as a great source of protein and nutrients and follow those working to bring edible insects to Western cultures.

Médecin sans rendez-vous (Walk-In Clinic)

A new practical and informative health magazine. With a digital component rich in content and customizable, it proposes to bring health into the living rooms of all Quebecers.

Cut Off

Canada is home to some of the most remote First Nations communities in the world. These are places that can seem cut off from the world but are full of people who want to be heard.

Working It Out Together

A multi-platform movement designed to promote healthy active living and change the way children and their families move through their daily lives.

A Change of Mind

After a diving accident, Nash suffers from homelessness, drug addiction, crime and eventually murder. Brain injury impacts more than the individual, it impacts society as a whole.

Mixed Match

Mixed race cancer patients are forced to reflect on their multiracial identities as they struggle with a seemingly impossible search to find bone marrow donors.

Fish the Dish

Chef and fisherman Spencer Watts travels the country to meet the people bringing some of Canada’s most sustainable seafood from sea to plate.

#STI

#STI features the stories of distraught patients recently diagnosed with various STIs as they look back on how they contracted the disease and what they could have and should have done differently.

A Better Man

A Better Man offers a fresh and nuanced look at the healing and revelation that can happen for everyone involved when men take responsibility for their abuse.

Addiction the Next Step

Transforming the conversation around addiction from shame and blame to compassion and support. A vital lifeline for loved ones when, where and how they need it.

Girls' Night Out (#RethinkTheDrink)

A student-focused, cross-country Talkback Tour that leveraged the documentary Girls’ Night Out to spark conversation about bingedrinking culture at 22 post-secondary institutions in 8 provinces.

Emergency Room: Life+Death at VGH

Documentary chronicling busy urban emergency room.

Infomotivation.com

An informative, interactive and entertaining platform for decrypting the phenomenon of motivation.

Nico Can Dance

Dance teacher Miss Frost and her friend Coco have fun, shake things up and explore different kinds of dance, encouraging viewers to jump up and participate in creative movement.

Keeping Canada Alive

A powerful 24 hour snapshot of Canada's health care system on a typical day. Captured by sixty camera crews across the country.

Health Challenge (Défi Santé)

Inspiring individuals from the four corners of Quebec to eat better, be more active, and lead a more balanced life.

MILK

MILK brings a universal perspective on the policies, commercialization, and controversies surrounding birth and infant feeding over the canvas of stunningly beautiful visuals and poignant voices from around the globe.

Sugar Coated/OneSweetApp

A riveting exploration of the claim that too much sugar is making us sick. A cast of courageous characters reveal the smoking gun to our unprecedented obesity and diabetes pandemic.

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