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Rivers to the Sea
1989, production : John Brett
The rivers of Atlantic Canada are unique because their...
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Return of the Swift Fox
1988, production : Jy Chiperzak
The rich complexity of the short grasslands prairie is...
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Trouble in the Forest
1988, production : Gary Toole
All across eastern North America, trees are dying and soils...
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Edge of Ice
1986, production : William Hansen
An impressive documentary film on the nature of Arctic...
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Life on Ice
1986, production : William Hansen
Sea-ice is the major habitat of some of the most spectacular...
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Elk Island
1985, production : James Jeffrey
This is the story of a man-made island sanctuary for...
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For Future Generations
1985, production : Boyce Richardson
This film deals with the historic roots of the...
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The Great Buffalo Saga
1985, production : Michael McKennirey
By the late 1800s the free-ranging buffalo that for...
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Edge of Ice
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Film  (55:33) 1986, production : William Hansen
An impressive documentary film on the nature of Arctic sea-ice and its crucial importance to life in the far north. Underwater photography presents rare views of some of the world's most spectacular wildlife, while micro- and macro-photography enhance the world within and without individual ice crystals. Scenes from Inuit hunting camps at the floe's edge illuminate the relationship of these Arctic people to the intricate ecosystem based on ice.

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