August 9, 2022

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Television: Provided to Canadian youth

Television: Provided to Canadian youth

They are blown away with images from all four corners of the planet, but do young people know the people they can meet right here on Canadian soil, living and everything they can do? Here are five TV and web events that showcase Canada’s strength.

Butterfly effect

Why wait until you retire to make your wildest dreams come true? And why would you want to travel the world at all costs to achieve this? In the company of three young men and active friends, we traveled across Canada from east to west and from north to south. With them, the opportunities seem endless when it comes time to push boundaries, try new activities or meet inspiring people. Our country is proving to be a platform for all adventures.

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Children’s TV magazine still has its revival, it knows how to revive itself and after 20 years is uninspired, it is not on the streets. Broadcast for Francophones throughout Canada, this product focuses on a generation of DNA ready to replace it, but feels the need to satisfy its curiosity by exploring various topics in depth. Here, not the places that are in the spotlight, but the people, with their aspirations and their questions.

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Full speed forward

There is nothing greater than learning while having fun. Entertaining youth through a program will enhance their knowledge. Couples formed by parents and children must solve puzzles, face challenges and overcome tests. Their playground: Canada. Hosted by Marianne Verville, the fifth season of the show continues to explore the beauties of our vast landscape.

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Doc Canada

Subjects may seem dry, but humor is responsible for accessing 20 capsules filled with relevant information. A few years ago, as our country was celebrating its 150th anniversary, Matthew Saint-Onge took pleasure in revisiting the history of Canada by presenting his attributes to a professor who wanted to talk about the colonial conflict, the Declaration of Independence, and our Constitution. Among others. To address teens, he bets on a dynamic formula that can motivate some teachers in the formulation of metaphors, anecdotes and their lessons.

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We are 2 Canada!

Pascal Morrissette and Julie Ringwet maintain a special bond with the youth. They know how to contact them and how to show interest in them. Although this structure, filmed by lovers, is not specifically intended for a teenage audience, the extraordinary moments in it can certainly change the focus of some young people on the Canadian provinces. Like every time we see this couple on screen, their excitement is contagious … on the ground and in the air.

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