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An Ecology of Hope
2001, production : Fernand Dansereau
While the environment may be threatened by man, it will also...
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The Man Who Talks with Wolves
2001, production : Carlos Ferrand
In the wilderness of northern Quebec, Michel and Louise...
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Something in the Air
2001, production : Sylvie Dauphinais
Prince Edward Island--a rural paradise and a safe haven from...
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Worst Case Scenario
2001, production : Glynis Whiting
An explosion. Flames. Poisonous gas seeping into the air....
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Film (19:52)
Air - Climate
2000, production : Michel Barbeau
When it comes to weather and climate, Canada has it all!...
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Fire - Energy
2000, production : Michel Barbeau
Fire features Canada's rich energy resources--natural...
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Fire - Energy
Film  (21:33) 2000, production : Michel Barbeau
Fire features Canada's rich energy resources--natural wealth that provides its people with a standard of living that is the envy of nations around the world. Wind, water, sun, oil, uranium and natural gas are transformed into fuel for cars, heat for homes and power for appliances. In fact, Canadians are among the biggest consumers of energy on the planet. Despite vast reserves of oil and water, and a relatively small population, Canadians are beginning to realize that their quality of life also depends on the quality of the environment. TRANSIT features five videos that examine Canada's rich and diverse geography. Each film in the series combines spectacular cinematography and lively animation, using the Earth's basic elements as themes: Air explores climate; Water showcases the country's network of rivers, lakes and oceans; Land looks at the vast territory that makes Canada the second largest country in the world; Fire documents old and new sources of energy; plus Life, which develops the themes of people, fauna and flora.

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