Six Degrés is a luminous youth series, targeting 13-17 year olds, written by Simon Boulerice.
SHINE TRUE is a documentary series celebrating the trans and gender non-conforming community by helping them overcome dysphoria, and getting them to a place where they can finally present the way they feel.
An entertaining and educational web project for teenagers about mental health. Using humorous skits, educational animation and engaging testimonials, the series breaks down the taboo of mental health and helps young people better understand the elements that influence their psychological wellbeing.
On parle de santé mentale
Parfaitement Imparfait (Perfectly Imperfect) pierces the bubble of taboos surrounding mental health in a bright, entertaining and unabashed way.
Exploring a unique paradigm for gender-based violence (GBV) prevention, A Better Man illuminates the healing that can happen when men take responsibility for their abuse.
A Better Man
Ollie is the world's pickiest eater, who when he finally takes a bite of his food, get's food fueled superpowers - and in the end loves his food and saves the day!
Ollie The Boy Who Became What He Ate - Superpower Food Day!
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.
The Magnitude of All Things
Through compelling individual stories, we will explore how sounds and music affect our brain in ways that promote healing and wellness for people plagued by many ailments and conditions.
Tuning the Brain with Music
Eight years after her daughter’s tragic suicide, Carol Todd continues to crusade against cyberbullying and help parents prepare their children to face ubiquitous digital danger.
Dark Cloud: The High Cost Of Cyberbullying
The phenomenon of perinatal grief has largely gone unrecognized; parents who live through the experience frequently find themselves isolated, with no resources to support them. Co-directed by Samuel-A. Caron and France Gallant, Moments of Life breaks the silence on this sensitive subject. We follow a group of bereaved parents who organize to offer support in their region, driven by a determination to reduce isolation. This film is both a conversation-starter and a source of hope and inspiration.
Moments of Life
A documentary about the psychological costs of working in Alberta's oil sands and the mental health crisis that's been ignored for a decade.
Digging In The Dirt
Li'lDoc is a humorous animated series that introduces children and their parents to 52 different pathologies. Li'lDoc, the friend of families.
Connecting the Dots is the first feature documentary of its kind where youth take on the subject of mental health globally. It is time for all of us to listen.
Connecting the Dots
The director follows Stéphane, his autistic brother, and Audrey, his atypical friend, on a sports odyssey that takes them from Canada to Dubai to participate in the Special Olympics World Games.
Jean Lemire and the crew of the oceanographic sailing vessel Sedna IV measure the extent of the consequences of global warming.
Actor Anick Lemay accompanies five women being treated for breast cancer.
A forgotten psychology experiment from the 1970s called Rat Park shows us that drug addiction has never really been about the drugs. It’s about the cages we live in.
Human + delves into the enigmatic world of researchers & entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing the way we see, touch, taste, hear and smell.
Human + The Future of Our Senses
A documentary inspired by the tragedy that Olympic diving medallist Sylvie Bernier experienced, coupled with a digital component dedicated to drowning prevention.
Le jour où je n’ai pas pu plonger
Youth fiction series of 20 episodes of 13 minutes. The series is aimed primarily at an audience aged 10 to 14.
Jenny S1 - 3
This gripping documentary series follows the paramedics and dispatchers at British Columbia’s Emergency Health Services.
Paramedics: Life on the Line
You are what you breathe.
Something in the Air
Love yourself like you love your car.
Fast Health season 1 & 2
The magazine program On joue au docteur comes through wide-open doors in the Quebec homes to guide families in a fun and entertaining way about family health.
On joue au docteur
Les aventures du Pharmachien is a documentary series that goes after mistruths and popular beliefs on health issues.
Les Aventures du Pharmachien S1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
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.
Behind every mental illness there is a person. Hear their stories. Witness the strength of the human character.
Living in HOpe
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.
Explores the facts and myths of "superfoods" and how the superfood industry affects food security for fishers and farmers globally.
The Superfood Chain
Doctors talk health with guys in a context they understand; at the rink playing recreational hockey.
Locker Room Doctor
At the intersection of art and science, The Anthropocene Project is a multidisciplinary endeavour combining film, photography, virtual and augmented reality.
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
From the clitoris to consent, to porn, sexting and masturbation… let's talk about sex!
On parle de sexe
This unique documentary sheds light on Josée Boudreault’s stroke she suffered in July 2016.
Josée Boudreault, plus forte que l’AVC
Nine billion people will be living on our planet in 2050. To feed them all will be a great challenge.
Joe (Paul Soles), 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.
My 90-Year-Old Roommate
Five couples hit the road looking for ways to stay young and live longer.
Longevity Road Trip
Rhiana and Kaz Ehara’s world turns upside-down when their daughter Chiyo is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
Sweet Dreams for Chiyo
Helping caregivers see their place in the story.
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.
Alexandre Taillefer seeks to understand what caused the suicide of Thomas, his 14-year-old son.
A new way of reaching, informing and helping youth through the stresses and obstacles they may be facing in the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
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.
How to Buy a Baby
Caring For Those Who Care is a documentary-style web series. Each episode spotlights a family caregiver, telling their story and rewarding them for all that they do.
Caring For Those Who Care
Dr. Yvette Lu, a family physician, helps caregivers across Canada find practical solutions to improve their lives.
House Call with Dr. Yvette Lu
A breakthrough discovery about the hemispheres of the brain may hold the key to change society for the better.
The Divided Brain
Ghost BFF, a dark comedy about depression, follows two women, one alive, one dead, as they struggle to find themselves and right past wrongs following a suicide.
Ghost BFF S1 & 2
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.
Beyond the Spectrum
Much Too Young is a documentary film and virtual reality experience that follows four families as they deal with Alzheimer’s disease at a shockingly young age.
Much Too Young
Over half a million of Canada's front line mental health-care “workers” are less than 12 years old. Yet, nobody’s heard of them.
I Am Still Your Child
Canada is home to some of the most remote first nations communities in the world. Places that can seem cut off from the world. But full of people that want to be heard.
Risk Factor improves our ability to understand, analyze and respond to the short and long-term risks we all share, helping us to live safer, healthier and more fulfilling lives.
An interactive health and fitness series connecting the viewer with workouts, wearable technology, a mobile app and a website to chart progress.
Sweat the City
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.
Keeping Canada Safe
J’aurais donc dû, docteur!, strikes us by showing us people just like you and me who should have run to the doctor right when the first symptoms came out, before the situation got out of hand.
J’aurais donc dû, docteur!
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?
Having Our Baby
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.
Bugs on the Menu
A multi-platform movement designed to promote healthy active living and change the way children and their families move through their daily lives.
Working It Out Together
After a diving accident, Nash suffers from homelessness, drug addiction, crime and eventually murder.
A Change of Mind
Fish the Dish is a playful and delicious television series that follows Chef Spencer Watts as he cooks up some of his favourite sustainable seafood dishes in preparation for his cookbook all about fish.
Fish the Dish
Distraught patients recently diagnosed with STIs look back on how they contracted the disease and what they could have done to prevent the transmission.
#RethinkTheDrink was a student-focused, cross-country Talkback Tour that leveraged the documentary Girls’ Night Out to spark conversation about binge-drinking culture.
A documentary chronicling life at one of Canada's busiest urban Emergency Rooms.
Emergency Room: Life+Death at VGH
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.
Addiction: The Next Step
A 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.
Médecin sans rendez-vous
Dance teacher Miss Frost and her friend Nico have fun, shake things up and explore different kinds of dance, encouraging viewers to jump up and participate in creative movement.
Nico Can Dance!
A powerful 24 hour snapshot of Canada's health care system on a typical day. Captured by sixty camera crews across the country.
Keeping Canada Alive
An informative, interactive and entertaining platform for deciphering the phenomenon of motivation.
Three platforms to educate, empower and improve the quality of life of parents, caregivers and the new baby coming into this world.
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.
Inspiring individuals from the four corners of Quebec to eat better, be more active, and lead a more balanced life.
Défi Santé 5/30
A compelling character-driven documentary intended to help save lives by exploring how diversity and ethnicity play a critical role in multiethnic patient survival.
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