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- Episode Guide 46 episodes
- Pacific Frontier
Exploring the pristine Pacific border region separating Canada and the United States, from the San Juan Islands of Washington State to the Kootenays in the east.
- High Arctic
- Secrets of the Interior
Starting off the coast of Vancouver Island, we head inland, following the contours of Knight Inlet.
- British Columbia's North Coast
An aerial journey encounters some of British Columbia's most remote settlements and mountain ranges.
- Johnstone Strait
Following the waters of Johnstone Strait, we explore Robson Sound and the rugged outpost of Telegraph Cove.
- Discovery Passage
Just off Vancouver Island, we explore Discovery Passage and reveal one of the most memorable moments along this waterway; the Ripple Rock Explosion.
- Atlantic Frontier
- Quebec's Southern Border Region
- Huron Boundary
- International Seaway
- Manitoba Lakes
- Lake Ontario
- Ontario South
- Superior Shield
- Saskatchewan Prairies
- Foothills to the Badlands
- Continental Divide
The vast and diverse terrain that lies at the border of Canada and the United States.
- Kootenay Border Region
- Canada U.S. Pacific Frontier
- Canada's Southern Boundary
From the waters of Juan de Fuca Strait to Gulf Islands National Park Reserve.
- Haida Gwaii South
A cultural and geological past told through the stunning landscape of Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve.
- Haida Gwaii North
The creation legends of Naikoon Provincial Park; rich sea lion colonies; remote lighthouses.
- BC's Northern, Coastal Boundary
An epic, high-altitude journey from Seven Sisters Provincial Park to Salmon Glacier.
- Bella Coola to Prince Rupert
This aerial journey encounters some of British Columbia's most remote settlements.
- Beyond the Sunshine Coast
BC's inland waterways.
- End of the Road
Exploring offshore islands, inland volcanoes and forgotten World War II defense fortifications north of Powell River.
- Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine coast features world famous mountain ranges, forest landscapes and iconic towns.
- Sea to Sky
The Sea to Sky corridor reveals one of the west coast's most iconic landscapes.
- Lower Mainland
BC's lower mainland is a mix of remote mountain ranges, spectacular cityscapes and marine life.
- Vancouver Island's Western Coastline
A collection of scenic towns, parks and coastal rainforest unique in the world.
- Vancouver Island's Northern Coastline
From scenic Telegraph Cove, around Cape Scott Provincial Park, and beyond.
- Vancouver Island's Eastern Coastline
A rich mix of coastal towns, islands, inland mountains and seascapes from Nanaimo to Campbell River.
- Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
The loyalist city of Saint John and international borders beyond, one of the worlds most famous waterways.
- Eastern Shore, New Brunswick
Incredible rock formations, peat farms and some of the East Coast's impressive sand dunes.
- Newfoundland East
From St. John's heading north, the coastline is a maze of bays and inlets.
- Newfoundland North Coast
St. John's Newfoundland and the Avalon peninsula to the unique islands.
- St. John's to St. Pierre
Explore the Atlantic coastline from St. John's to St. Pierre.
- Newfoundland West
The west coast of Newfoundland.
- Magdalene Islands
The Magdalen Islands.
- Gaspe Peninsula
The natural wonders of the Gaspe Peninsula.
- Northumberland Strait
- Cape Breton Island
An aerial view of Cape Breton Island from the Canso Causeway to the Cape Breton Highlands.
- Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
A journey along the geological marvel that is the Bay of Fundy coastline.
- Eastern Shore, Nova Scotia
The Eastern Coastline is a living historical record of the battle between the French and English.
- South Shore, Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia's Southern coast.
- Best of Nova Scotia
The best kept secrets of Nova Scotia.