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    • Christopher Hitchens debates Peter Hitchens: Hitchens vs. Hitchens
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      Christopher Hitchens debates Peter Hitchens: Hitchens vs. Hitchens

      In this powerful debate viewers will witness an intelligent and intense discussion between two brothers. Many know of Christopher Hitchens as he is a very prominent atheist. What may come as a surprise is that his brother is just as respected, only for the opposite reason. Peter Hitchens is almost as famous and respected for
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    • Leonard Maltin’s Animation Favorites from the National Film Board of Canada

      This feature-length film is comprised of a compilation of NFB films presented by on-camera host, Leonard Maltin. Included in the collection are Begone Dull Care, Mindscape, Log Driver’s Waltz, Getting Started and The Street, among others.


    • Log Driver’s Waltz
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      Log Driver’s Waltz

      When I came across this short animated song, it was an instant trip down memory lane. For you fellow Canadians watching it you might remember it being played early Saturday mornings on the CBC. It’s amazing how something as short as a three minute animation can bring back years of my sister, brother and I
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    • High Grass Circus
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      High Grass Circus

      Let’s all go to the Circus!! For most it’s the place to build memories with the family. Watching with amazement a clown juggling, dogs doing tricks, risky acrobats, and much more the circus is a fun atmosphere. Who can resist the taste of their candy floss or popcorn? The sound of children and adults crying
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    • Here’s Hockey!
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      Here’s Hockey!

      Hockey is often referred to as Canada’s pastime, many think we’re born with a toque on our head and a hockey stick in our hand, eh! Here’s Hockey examines why this sport is such a thrilling spectator sport. It explores why our love, as well as so many others is as strong as what it
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    • Behind the Swastika: Nazi Atrocities
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      Behind the Swastika: Nazi Atrocities

      Behind the Swastikas: Nazi Atrocities is a short but extremely powerful documentary. in just over five minutes it offers images that will forever be encompassed in my memory. Images of suffering humans and mass graves. Pulled from the vault, this documentary is from 1945. A time when the Allies had just won the war. General
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    • A Class Divided by Jane Elliott
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      A Class Divided by Jane Elliott

      The second film in our ‘from the vault’ section is a very special 1968 documentary. This is a CLASSIC that will blow your mind. One day in 1968, Jane Elliott, a teacher in a small, all-white Iowa town, divided her third-grade class into blue-eyed and brown-eyed groups and gave them a daring lesson in discrimination.
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    • Democracy at Work
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      Democracy at Work

      Democracy at Work is a brief documentary that was created toward the end of World War II. It’s purpose was to bring to light the need for labour-management committees. It was a time in Canadian history when the government and its industries were heading into a post-war era where manufacturing would need to be transformed
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