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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 a typical two days of Canadian life.

In each episode of Keeping Canada Safe, viewers get an exclusive snapshot into a dramatic, day-in-the-life of various Canadian emergency services including police, firefighters, airport security, grassroots volunteers, Canadian Forces, CSIS agents and more. Over 48 hours, 60 camera crews descended across Canada’s streets, airspace, parks and homes to capture the action-packed and inspiring stories of those working to protect the country, within and outside its borders. With unparalleled access, production filmed at more than 47 organizations in 34 different cities across 10 provinces and two territories to create this thorough and immersive program.

eOne Television

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.

Project Details

Release Date March 16, 2017
Content Component(s) TV series, Webisodes, Website
Episode(s) 8 x 30 mins
Genre(s) Documentary
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) All
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Social Participation
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