Viewers will join young Kyssara as she embarks on a journey of delicious delights, and see that cooking can be fun and easy! Kyssara introduces a few healthy and delicious recipes. She also ventures to new places in Alberta and British Columbia to learn more about supporting local businessess. It is a story of love, of community and of visual poetry, passed down through recipes.
Season three finds the Detention gang sent to island school; a remote educational camp in the woods of Ontario that may just be the key to their new mystery. With no cell reception, twenty-four-hour supervision and three other schools to compete against, how will they unravel Lawren Harris’ mystery?
One man’s life is turned upside down when his son is left at his doorstep for him to take care of. Nicholas Stephenson now must balance his life as a single father while dealing with his career, his other family members, and some secrets from the past that was once thought to be have been locked away forever.
Would YOU ask your mother in law what she really thought of You? Jewbana does! And it doesn’t go Over Easy- A sunny side up comedy about a Jewish girl yoked to a Cuban man and her scrambled perception of self. hatched from a Grade A honesty and Whisked by a medicinal pie! What could be more cracking ?
Whisked away by a medicinally infused pie , Jewbana embarks on a trip of a lifetime this It is an amorphous tale hatched from a hard boiled Story. Join this overdone Jewbana as she sees herself through the eyes of others. What could be more cracking ?
Jewbana was filmed in front of a live theater audience in which sat a few of her family members :)
After the sudden death of their father, the Lyons siblings must come together as they navigate through the pressures and realities of life discovering the importance of family, friendship, and core spiritual values.
Through a meditative journey into the depths of Florida ecology, Tales of Sunshine observes the intimate and inspiring stories of four naturalists during the height of COVID-19. Explore the web of subtropical life with a conservation biologist, an ex-convict fisherman, a mermaid activist and a farm worker coalition leader.
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