Monthly Archives: May 2013
“Oil Calling”, a new documentary about new immigrants and Canada’s oil patch,
will debut on CBC’s Documentary Channel on Friday, June 7, Monday June 10th and
Tuesday, June 11th.
Fri. Jun. 7 – 11:30 pm ET (following One Week Job) (*please remember these are Eastern times)
Mon. Jun. 10 – 11:30 pm ET (following The Lumberfros)
Tue. Jun. 11 at 4:30 am ET (following The Lumberfros)
Here is a piece that Videographer Brandy Yanchyk reported on for BBC World TV and BBC News Online: Japanese tsunami: The debris washing up in Canada
“Nature’s Invitation” and “Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos” at the Yorkton Film Festival, SK on Friday, May 24th at 10am and 11am
Coming to the Yorkton Film Festival in Saskatchewan? My documentaries about immigration in Canada – “Nature’s Invitation” and “Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos” will screen this Friday, May 24th at 10am and 11am. The screening and discussion afterwards is sponsored by Nature Saskatchewan and the Yellow Flyway Birding Trail Association.
“The earthquake and tsunami near a city of Sendai in Japan happened over two years ago.
Around 1.5 million tonnes of debris washed into the ocean by the disasters are expected to reach North American shores.
The odd items – a football and even a Harley Davidson bike – have already arrived.
Brandy Yanchyk went to Flores Island in British Colombia to find out what locals are finding on the west coast of Canada.”