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A House on the Prairie
1978, production : Ron Bashford, Bob Lower
The promise of riches in a new land lured many settlers to...
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Forest Under Siege
1977
Two million six hundred square kilometers of forest are the...
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Design Innovations for Canadian Settlements
1976, production : Bruce Mackay
A look at innovative housing and community design in...
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The Great Clean-up
1976, production : James Carney
This film is about the Great Lakes, how they were polluted...
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A Great White Bird
1976, production : Michael McKennirey
This film documents the efforts of a group of people in...
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The Forest Watchers
1975, production : Peter Raymont
The Forest Watchers tells us some remarkable things...
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Plea for the Wanderer
1975, production : Jean Coutu
From river to sea, and back to river again, this film...
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Another Side of the Forest
1974, production : Raoul Fox, Strowan Robertson
The Canadian forest with science on its side--a fascinating...
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The Forest Watchers
Film  (25:28) 1975, production : Peter Raymont
The Forest Watchers tells us some remarkable things about one of our great natural resources. For example, although nearly one half of Canada is forest, by the end of the century the supply might fall short of the demand. The film explains why, and describes what is being done to stem the disaster. Methods range from trekking through the forest on foot to the use of highly sophisticated technology. The data compiled are far from reassuring. Is there time to salvage this fast-dying resource?

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