A fun and fearless look at Canadian history and culture for kids.

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Episodes Season 1

  • 1. Why's a Loonie Called a Loonie?

    In this fun rap, a Canadian kid explains to his American friend what a Loonie coin is, what you can do with it and how it got its name.

  • 2. The Mounties

    Set to a modern military beat, a trio of Mounties educate you about everything you didn’t actually know about Canada’s RCMP.

  • 3. Optimus Prime Ministers

    This punk rock anthem touches on each one of Canada’s 23 Prime Ministers with quick, fun facts about them.

  • 4. Alexander Graham Bell Invents the Telephone

    The story of Alexander Graham Bell and Canada’s greatest invention is told in one teen pop song. In our version of the story, Bell only sees the fun advantages of the telephone he created - calling his dog, pranking his teacher and of course, ordering pizza.

  • 5. The Canadian Dinosaurs

    Millions of years ago, a large number of the dinosaurs roaming the earth did so in the place we now call Alberta. This fun rock song tells us all about the great creatures that once called pre-Canada home.

  • 6. The Stanley Cup

    A small, dinky minor hockey trophy dreams of one day being as great as his hero – The Stanley Cup, the oldest and most revered trophy in all of sports.

  • 7. Oh No Ogopogo!

    The myth of Canada’s cryptozoological creature – The Ogopogo, is told by one unlucky fisherman who comes face to face with the legendary beast.

  • 8. The Maple Leaf

    The maple leaf is Canada’s unofficial national symbol and this fun animated song explains how the Maple Leaf has become a huge part of Canadian culture.

  • 9. The Canadian Humblebrag

    Everyone knows how great Canada is, so this musical humble brag boasts about all the amazing things you didn’t know Canada was responsible for.

  • 10. Canadian Women Who Kicked Butt

    A musical anthem celebrating two of Canada’s greatest female heroes - Emily Stowe and Nellie McClung, who fought to get women the right to vote.

  • 11. The Longest Named Place In Canada

    An animated song celebrating the Cree language and how it’s the root of many of the names of Canadian places, including Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik Lake.

  • 12. Canadian Mosiac

    Canada is known for its great diversity and this animated rap, calls attention to all the different religions and nationalities that make up our great country.

  • 13. Viola Desmond

    The story of one Canada’s most famous civil rights icons, and the soon-to-beface of the $10 bill is told.

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