Canada Over the Edge Season 1

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Culture, Nature Documentary hosted by Thom Kikot, published by Arcadia Entertainment in 2012 - English narration

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This series explores the features that define Canada: the most expansive coastline in the world and the world's longest undefended border. It's a never-before-seen view of Canada, rising up and bearing witness to our nation's diversity and beauty. The meeting place of the ocean and land is birthplace of this country's history and the frontline of climate change. Shot in breathtaking HD, Canada: Over the Edge will capture Canada's vast geographical and cultural panorama. It is a testament to our history and a time capsule for our future.

[edit] Best of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia. With more than 7000 kilometres of spectacular shoreline - nearly surrounded by the waters of the North Atlantic. Set apart from the North American continent - it is Canada's ocean playground.

[edit] South Shore Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's southern coastline -- more than 300 km of stunning scenery on the edge of Canada. A journey of beauty and mystery -- from Canada's largest east coast city, to it's remote, international, maritime borders.

[edit] Eastern Shore Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's eastern coastline - an incredible, 300 km journey from Cape Breton, to the Garrison city of Halifax. A stunning, rugged perimetre - along the eastern extremity of Canada's maritime provinces.

[edit] Bay of Fundy Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy coastline - a journey through time on one of the world's most famous waterways - from the tip of remote Digby Neck to the never-ending mud flats of Cobequid Bay.

[edit] Cape Breton

Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. It is nature's masterpiece. From the stunning, historic Bras D'Or Lakes, to the remote highland plateaus of the Cabot Trail.

[edit] Northumberland Strait

Prince Edward Island - and the North shore of Nova Scotia. Two incredible eastern coastlines - separated by the warm waters of the Northhumberland Strait. It's incredible landscape ranges from spectacular beaches, to the region's signature red cliffs.

[edit] Bay of Fundy New Brunswick

From the shores of nearby Nova Scotia, the Bay of Fundy coastline extends more than 500 km - from the sheltered mud flats of the Minas Basin, to Canada's international boundary with the United States.

[edit] Gaspe Peninsula

An aerial survey above the Gaspe Peninsula reveals its beauty and natural wonders - from the pods of blue whales that roam the coastline, to the stone marvels of Perce and the bird sanctuary of Ile Bonaventure.

[edit] Eastern Shore New Brunswick

From the interior of New Brunswick, the world famous Restigouche River leads to this eastern province's northern coastline.

[edit] Magdalen Islands

100 km off the coast of eastern Canada, the Magdalen Islands, or "Iles de la Madeleine" are North America's forgotten wonder - set in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, between Cape Breton, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula.

[edit] Newfoundland West

The west coast of Newfoundland is a story of cultural history and natural beauty - from the first European settlements at historic Port au Choix, to the incredible, scenic beauty of Gros Morne Nationa Park.

[edit] Newfoundland North

Newfoundland's northern coastline - thousands of kilometres of spectacular, jagged bays and inlets - from the mountains of the island's interior, to the icebergs of White Bay and Twillingate.

[edit] St Johns to St Pierre

Hundreds of kilometres of winding, rocky perimetre - the marine gateway to North America. From the steep cliff faces of the Avalon Peninsula, to the unique heritage of France's St. Pierre and Miquelon - the coastlines here have it all.

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Video Codec: x264 ,AVC-1
Video Bitrate: 4000 kbps
Video Resolution: 1280x720
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio BitRate: 192 kbps
Audio Streams: 2.0
Audio Languages: English
RunTime Per Part: 49 min
Number Of Parts: 13
Part Size: 1.49 GB
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