Monthly Archives: October 2017

Catch the first three episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s #SeeingCanada online at CPAC

Catch the first three episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s #SeeingCanada online at CPAC.
You can see them here:
Seeing Canada – Nimmo Bay, British Columbia and Manitoulin Island, Ontario

Seeing Canada – Winnipeg, Manitoba and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Seeing Canada – Banff, Alberta and Niagara Falls, Ontario

Seeing Canada (2017) (Six-part series) (CPAC)

The first four episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s six part series #SeeingCanada are available to watch online here on CPAC.

The Dinosaur Echo (2017) (45 min) (CBC/CBC Documentary Channel)

The Dinosaur Echo introduces us to unknown boneheads and up-and-coming palaeontologists who are leading research and advancing palaeontology in Alberta and British Columbia.

“Seeing Canada” starts airing on CPAC on Sun, Oct. 8th at 9pm, 9:30 and 10pm.

The first three episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s six part series called #SeeingCanada will air back to back on Sunday, October 8th at 9pm, 9:30 and 10pm (all times eastern) on CPAC in Canada.

Click here it see a promo of the series #SeeingCanada.
Here is the schedule for CPAC.

In January the full six part series will air on CPAC and also on public TV stations in the USA including PBS.

#SeeingCanada is a six part documentary travel series by journalist Brandy Yanchyk about exploring Canada and it’s Signature Experiences.

Episode 1. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk explores Nimmo Bay in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, followed by an authentic indigenous experience with the Great Spirit Circle Trail on Manitoulin Island, Ontario.

Episode 2. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk travels to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to learn about the local foodie scene and explore Waneskewin Heritage Park. Next, she travels to Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she visits the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and learns about the city’s secret Hermetic Code.

Episode 3. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk travels on horseback to the famous Plain of Six Glaciers Trail in Lake Louise. Next, she experiences Niagara Falls by helicopter and boat, followed by a trip to a local Niagara winery.