Kim talks about her backyard in Shoal Brook, on the shores of Bonne Bay in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Originally from Macedonia, Done is the proud barber of Cambridge where he has as many friends as customers.
Originally from British Columbia, Kate Morrison is a singer-songwriter and multidisciplinary artist, she talks about what has always fascinated her.
Two inseparable brothers living in Hope, BC, tell us how important they are to each other.
Armand tells us about his work in a grocery store of products from his home country, the Philippines.
Caroline Connolly, a musician and visual artist, plays the pump organ in downtown Cochrane, Alberta. She’s accompanied by her friend Robert Atwood, a harmonica player.
Kimmer T, a painter from Nova Scotia, tells us about her passion for painting on a misty morning at Peggy’s Cove.
Peggy’s Cove 1 photos Stéphane Lemire
Peggy’s Cove 2
Peggy’s Cove 3
Road to Peggy’s Cove
Blue Rocks 1
Blue Rocks 2
Blue Rocks 3
Blue Rocks 4
John shows us how he makes corn brooms in his St. Jacob’s workshop. The company Hamel Brooms, founded in 1908 and operated by him since 1989, is one of the last of its kind in Canada.
Sarah Joy talks about her life with her many cats in the Georgetown neighborhood of St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Based in Niagara Falls, Maestro Angelo Rossi is a world-renowned glassblower. He gives us a demonstration of his art in his workshop at Skylon Tower.