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Land and Sea Network

For more than thirty years Land and Sea has brought you stories from people who live off the land and the sea. We cover issues that affect people in rural communities which ultimately affect those in cities as well. We bring you stories from those who celebrate life living close to nature, who promote and protect their culture and traditional ways of doing things. There are stories of success and sometime failures that portray the unique way Atlantic Canadians deal with the challenges and pleasures of living on the east coast.

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Episodes Season 9

  • The Crest of the Wave

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • River Songs

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Dr. Jeon

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Ripples Internment Camp

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • The Cormiers of the Valley

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • New Brunswick Firefighters

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Wood or Nothing

    It's believed no one on Newfoundland island has built more wooden boats than master builder Henry Vokey. He started building more than 50 years ago and just never stopped. Now, at 79, he intends to build one last schooner: the boat that will be his legacy.

  • Hudson Bomber

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Wind Power

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Oak Island

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Lobster Hatchery

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Turning a Green Leaf

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Politics of the Pelt

    A look at some of the people trying to quietly make a living in one of the most controversial industries in the world: the Newfoundland seal hunt.

  • Tidal Turbine

    The series documents the lives of Canadians who live on the natural resources of the eastern coast of the country. They are the stories of people who keep the oldest traditions alive.

  • Honouring Their Own

    On Fogo Island the seniors' club has taken steps to preserve the island's history by interviewing over a hundred of the people who've lived it. Fogo Island's most senior of seniors.

  • The Only Child

    In Grandois, near the top of the Northern Peninsula there are less than 30 people. Seniors mostly, and one teenager: thirteen-year-old Nathan Alyward.

  • Racing Forwards

    In the world of Newfoundland harness racing the Forwards finish first.

  • Gabby Gale

    The Codroy Valley's very own flower child: Gaby Gale has grown a business that's outgrown the Valley.

  • The Garden of Mansel

    George Mancel Halfyard: the 85-year-old Woody Point man who wants nothing more than his garden by the sea.

  • Pretty as a Pitcher

    There's beauty in a bog. We explore people's passion for our provincial emblem: the Pitcher Plant.

  • The Finest of Firs

    They're not your typical farmers. Lewisporte's Everett and Marilyn Kinden have made a business of growing Christmas trees.

  • What They'll Leave Behind

    A modern day story of resettlement. In the south coast outport of Grand Bruit, people are saying goodbye.

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