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Showing 1 - 10 of 125 titles with a criteria of Subject is Canada

Angel Peacock

Twelve-year-old Dawod, a Yazidi refugee, faces the challenges of his first year in Canada.

National Film Board of Canada | 2019 | 25 minutes

Another Word For Learning

When Aisha decides to quit school, her mother, troubled by her own colonial education, sees this as an opportunity for them both to reconnect with their Kwakwaka'wakw culture.

GOOD DOCS | 2019 | 72 minutes

At the Crossroads

Provides an overview of U.S.-Canadian economic ties, with possible alternatives to marriage with the United States.

National Film Board of Canada | 1987 | 58 minutes

Bad Coyote

Its new, its fearless, and its very real. A hybrid type of coyote, thought to be part wolf, has migrated to Eastern Canada.

National Film Board of Canada | 2013 | 52 minutes


When an extraordinary new resident – Balakrishna, an Indian elephant – arrived in the town of East River, Nova Scotia, in 1967, no one was more in awe of the creature than young Winton Cook, who became inseparable from his mammoth new friend.

National Film Board of Canada | 2019 | 15 minutes

Bittersweet Blues

Driven by the poetry of language, Bittersweet Blues takes us into a parallel between the evolution of Acadian French and family memories.

National Film Board of Canada | 2015 | 24 minutes

Call Me Human

Innu writer Joséphine Bacon travels across Canada, sharing reflections and stories backdropped by the film’s stunning cinematography.

Women Make Movies | 2020 | 77 minutes


Citizen-run radio station CQBM, serving remote areas of northern Canada, stitches together the far-flung communities.

National Film Board of Canada | 2009 | 66 minutes

Climate on the Edge

The scientific context of climate change.

National Film Board of Canada | 2003 | 52 minutes


Bianca, Treena, Laura, and Caitlin are a stark reflection of the troubling worldwide tendency to criminalize and imprison the most vulnerable in society—those most affected by poverty, addiction, childhood trauma, and mental illness.

National Film Board of Canada | 2019 | 78 minutes