272 minutes located in North America - Canada
A continental oil boom and lack of pipeline infrastructure have forced unprecedented amounts of oil onto US and Canadian railroads.
New federal regulations in Canada make way for the large-scale legal production of marijuana.
The first thing you notice about Sarnia, Ontario, is the smell: a potent mix of gasoline, melting asphalt, and the occasional trace of rotten egg.
With a reported value of over six billion dollars, it’s no secret that marijuana in British Columbia is big business.
Imagine an island so secluded there’s no electricity, there are no paved roads and in many cases, no plumbing.
We travel to the Arctic Circle to investigate the impact a resource rush might have on local communities.
Ever wonder what British Columbia’s most profitable industries are? Logging? Fishing? Tourism? Ever think to include marijuana? If you haven’t, think again.
Brief feature on Craig Tomlinson, a harpsichord maker based in West Vancouver, Canada.
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