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The Drop
Why Young People Don't Vote
One Warm Line
The Legacy of Stan Rogers
Almost Home
A Sayisi Dene Journey
Diamond Road
Many Facets of the World
River of Sand
Hosted by Bruce Cockburn
72 Hours
True Crime
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23
JAN

Bruce Cockburn People’s Voice Award Bruce Cockburn People’s Voice Award – Bruce Cockburn is a multi-platinum Canadian recording artist, whose 4-decade long career in music has shed light on social, indigenous and environmental issues around the world. Kensington has produced 3 one-hour documentaries over the years with Bruce. For his hard-work, dedication and creativity over […]

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28
SEP

What are blood diamonds and how did these intriguing gems get that name? Watch for yourself in our award-winning 3 part documentary series ‘ Diamond Road’,  which explores the many facets of the world’s most sought after stone. This is one of our most detailed works which lead us to 4 different continents, landing a Gemini Award […]

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17
AUG

What Happened to the Sayisi Dene People? In 1956, a tragic ordeal nearly destroyed an entire community, and left many deceased and more lives in turmoil.  The Sayisi Dene people of Tadoule Lake, in northern Manitoba, were forcibly uprooted from their homes and way of life by the federal government.  They were relocated to numerous remote […]

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