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A powerful 24 hour snapshot of Canada's health care system on a typical day. Captured by sixty camera crews across the country.
Narrated by Emmy Award-winning Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland, Keeping Canada Alive is an intimate six-part factual series and online experience that gives viewers a powerful 24-hour snapshot of Canada’s health care system as filmed on a typical day in 2015. Sixty camera crews filmed at over 40 health care facilities and private residences in 20 Canadian cities across ten provinces and one territory. In a unique blend of medical mystery and real-life drama, capturing powerful and poignant moments, the cameras rolled as people sought treatment – and medical professionals did everything they could to provide it. In addition, the companion online experience is one of the most ambitious projects to date for CBC and features 40 hours of extended breakout footage, original content, and more, as well as an online 24-hour stream of raw footage.
With offices in Vancouver and Toronto, Force Four Entertainment is one of Canada’s leading television production companies. Force Four’s vibrant production slate includes award-winning hit shows that air in Canada and sell around the world – in both the unscripted and scripted genres. Some most recent unscripted series include Border Security: Canada’s Front Line, Keeping Canada Alive, First Dates, and Tricked. In 2014, Force Four Entertainment was acquired by Entertainment One. email@example.com
Jean Lemire and the crew of the oceanographic sailing vessel Sedna IV measure the extent of the consequences of global warming, first in the Canadian Arctic and then along the gigantic St-Lawrence river that they criss-cross, looking for whalers and migratory routes of the largest animal of all time, the blue whale.Learn more
Actor Anick Lemay accompanies in a comforting manner five women being treated for breast cancer.Learn more
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.Learn more