Come-from-aways learn that being screeched-in is worse the next morning...especially after figuring out that their pillow is a cod.
According to archeologists Newfoundland's first Mary Brown's location was founded near St. Anthony in 1032.
A right some good kitchen party.
Peggy's Cove fishermen find a lucrative catch on Route 333.
Prince Edward Island presented life-size in LEGO!
Gilbert has his own ideas about oyster farming.
If you don't like the water level just wait five minutes.
The Bernier's secret technique for extra-burnt rappie pie has their dinner guests charred with envy.
It really is a distinct society.
Every day citizens of Montreal face the ultimate referendum question.
Though far from the wilderness, Toronto's boardrooms still echo with the call of the Great White North.
A Canadian senator rationalizes his existence by demonstrating prudent spending of a travel allowance.
The Canadian Space Agency celebrates its experimental pop music program as Chris Hadfield, his moustache and the Canadarms play another sold-out show at Massey Hall.
Burt should have plugged in the car's block heater, but his fuse-busting hair dryer takes first priority.
A modern voyageur plies prairie highways with a cargo of classic Aerosmith cassette tapes.
Before pilots can join the Snowbirds aerobatic squadron they must prove their skills with the lesser-known Scarebirds.
Maybe it's just his name, but Dudley Do-Wrong is proving to be unteachable at the RCMP Training Academy.
All's well that ends with an oil well.
Luckily for tourists, a basic judgement test is not required to drive the Icefields Parkway.
Ziggy and Dewdrop's chantrelle crop has some totally off-the-grid side-effects this year.
Billy's parents are glad to encourage his love for carving...it's just the subject matter that concerns them.
The ice gondoliers of Iqaluit on a moonlit lunchtime paddle.
It is unusual to encounter hitchhikers on the northern pack ice, but these two seem jolly enough.
Air-canoeing the Nahanni River.
Betty finds a rare one-carrot diamond.
When Klondike Mike spotted the trail of gold he knew good luck was finally on his side.
Owing to the sourtoe cocktail's success, the Dawson City Downtown Hotel is now offering a related beverage. "You can drink it cold, you can drink it warm, but your lips have gotta touch the arm."