Deconstructing Dinner, an original new ichannel series for television and the web, investigates one of the most important issues in the everyday lives of Canadians: our food, and where it comes from.
ichannel, a national television information service, has launched a unique website designed to help newcomers to Canada access much-needed medical care.
During the Canadian combat mission in Afghanistan, people of all ages would line Ontario’s famed Highway of Heroes to pay respect as convoys passed carrying the bodies of fallen soldiers. It was a powerful symbol of the bond between ordinary Canadians and our men and women in uniform.
ichannel, Canada’s political and social issues network, is launching an ambitious new television and Web-based series that will harness the power of social media to hold federal politicians accountable. #FAQMP is a weekly political affairs discussion series that uses social networking platforms to let viewers collaborate with the producers in the creation of the program.
They’re an order of nuns with a presence in more than 30 countries around the world. Their calling: to perform acts of charity for those in need, and to fight for social change. They represent, in every way that matters, a model of compassion and moral conviction at work.
Have you ever watched a politician being interviewed on TV and flipped the channel because no one asked what you’re dying to know? No more. You ask. We listen. They Answer. This Fall #FAQMP – Frequently Asked Questions for your Member of Parliament – puts you in control of our new show.
The original ichannel documentary Milk War has received a prestigious James Beard Foundation Award. The hour-long film, which was produced for ichannel by Stornoway Communications and The Path to Gimli, earned top honours for best Television Special/Documentary in the Broadcast Media category at the James Beard Foundation Awards gala in New York on May 6.
The original ichannel documentary Milk War has been nominated for a prestigious James Beard Foundation Award.
Today, the world will spend $1.2 billion on tobacco products. More than a billion people will light a cigarette, and more than 10,000 will die of smoking-related illnesses. Our relationship with the cigarette – a seductive yet utterly lethal product – is as strange and passionate a romance as any this planet has ever seen.
Join ichannel, Canada’s political and social issues network, every weekend for thought-provoking classic and contemporary feature films starring some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Kate Winslet, Natalie Portman, Alec Baldwin, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Paul Giamatti, Meryl Streep and many more.