A Canadian-produced look at Remembrance Day – its history, its stories, its meaning and its symbols. Using both archival and modern-day footage, this program provides young students with a...[Lire la suite]
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Finland, often cited as a model of how to go about educating youth the right way, is an important stop on the filmmakers' itinerary. Viewers see Cyril Dion sum up the pedagogy espoused by the...[Lire la suite]
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"Our social and political structures," observes Cyril Dion, "are not adapted to the scale of the crises (afflicting countries today). Citizens no longer expect politicians to live up...[Lire la suite]
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In 2012, in the prestigious science journal Nature, Anthony Barnosky, Elizabeth Hadly and 20 other scientists announced that the human population was set for catastrophic decline before 2100...[Lire la suite]
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Can investigative reporting that tells compelling stories about actual solutions to environmental, economic and social crises play a role in solving problems facing nations around the world?...[Lire la suite]
Just what does Québec want? Most English Canadians do wonder… This POV documentary revisits the Quiet Revolution from an anglo-francophile Quebecer perspective. Featuring editorialist...[Lire la suite]
This film tells the stories of Anne Frank and Eva Schloss, whose young lives paralleled each other and whose surviving parents, Otto Frank and Elfriede Geiringer, eventually married. It features...[Lire la suite]
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Every day across the world people make the difficult decision to leave their home, families, possessions and connections with their local community and walk away to an uncertain and often...[Lire la suite]
Dossier d'accompagnement
Indian Residential Schools are a part of our shared history in Canada. Prior to European contact, First Nations people had their own education system, governing system, beliefs and customs. While...[Lire la suite]
On January 27, 1945, Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet soldiers. Auschwitz was a network of concentration camps built and operated in occupied Poland by Nazi Germany during the Second World...[Lire la suite]

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