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WAPOS BAY

Sunday, May 26th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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A distant cousin, Betty, visits Wapos Bay. Betty is in a wheelchair because of osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease), and T-Bear tries to avoid her because he knows that he plays too rough.

Monday, May 27th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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A Mother's Earth

When Raven has to write a school report about her identity, she gets more and more confused when everyone tells her different stories. Talon and T-Bear are initiated in the sweat lodge before they receive their Indian names.

Tuesday, May 28th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Going for Gold

Talon learns that culture is ever-changing when he decides to compete in the North American Indigenous Games, and T-Bear learns that he shouldn't be jealous of his father helping Talon.

Wednesday, May 29th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Raven Power

Raven learns that she has a lot of power as a woman, and Talon, T-Bear and Mushom realize just how integral women are to Wapos Bay.

Thursday, May 30th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Lights, Camera, Action!

Talon and T-Bear are at odds about how to make a documentary on the history of Wapos Bay for the upcoming Treaty Day celebrations. Raven has difficulty trying to spend time with her mom, Sarah, and her dad, Alphonse.

Friday, May 31st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Dance Dance

T-Bear learns that he can follow his dream when he becomes interested in Metis dancing, much to the chagrin of his father Jacob, who would rather see him follow his own dream of becoming an Olympic wrestler.

Saturday, June 1st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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A Mother's Earth

When Raven has to write a school report about her identity, she gets more and more confused when everyone tells her different stories. Talon and T-Bear are initiated in the sweat lodge before they receive their Indian names.

Sunday, June 2nd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Going for Gold

Talon learns that culture is ever-changing when he decides to compete in the North American Indigenous Games, and T-Bear learns that he shouldn't be jealous of his father helping Talon.

Monday, June 3rd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Raiders of the Lost Art

T-Bear and Talon learn about their differences in solving the recent rash of graffiti vandalism in Wapos Bay. Raven becomes frustrated in planning her seventh birthday party when everyone has ideas about how it should occur.

Tuesday, June 4th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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The Hardest Lesson

T-Bear learns that the memory of his mother is important after he tries to find his father a new wife. T-Bear and Jacob wear their pink shirts to support breast cancer research, and T-Bear decides that his father should get remarried. So he enlists the help of Talon and Devon to and the potential new wife. Meanwhile, Raven goes behind her mother's back to use makeup. Her new passion leads to Raven getting a makeover by Kohkum Mary and Devon. T-Bear realizes that his father is happy, and that his pursuit of a wife for his father may have been a hunt for a mother.

Wednesday, June 5th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Dance, Monkey, Dance NEW

Talon and T-Bear both ask the same girl to their class dance. When the dance is cancelled, the boys concoct their own dance?and a way to sort out their romantic conflict. Meanwhile, Jacob worries he?s addicted to T-Bear?s new ?Dance, Monkey, Dance? video game. After seeking guidance from Kohkum Mary, he goes to the mountain on a quest to see if his obsession is with the game, or just dancing.

Thursday, June 6th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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Making It Right

T-Bear is tired of things not working like they are supposed to around his house. He learns about the Mike Holmes show, where home repair is just a phone call away. Talon gets behind in his homework and takes Devon's suggestion of skipping school in order to catch up on his work. They and that playing at the tree fort is not helping in getting the homework done. After being chosen for home renovations, Mike Holmes and T-Bear learn that the other homes of the elders are in worse condition than his own. This news becomes a mission when they advocate for better housing conditions across the country.

Friday, June 7th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Letterbox

Patients

Talon, T-Bear and Devon are bored and want to go to the beach along the river to swim, but Mushom becomes ill and cannot take them. Uncle Peter decides to help the boys, but they have to collect the fish from the nets first. Raven goes on a girls' summer camp and gets caught up in the gossip about her friend Amber. More and more chores and tasks arise before they can go swimming, which frustrates Talon, T-Bear and Devon. Raven begins to feel uncomfortable when Amber finds out. Things become worse and worse when they try to finally go swimming. Raven must decide who to believe in all the rumors and gossip. The ensuing adventure makes Talon, T-Bear and Devon realize that spending time with Uncle Peter was more enjoyable than if they had just gone swimming.

Saturday, June 8th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Raiders of the Lost Art

T-Bear and Talon learn about their differences in solving the recent rash of graffiti vandalism in Wapos Bay. Raven becomes frustrated in planning her seventh birthday party when everyone has ideas about how it should occur.

Sunday, June 9th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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The Hardest Lesson

T-Bear learns that the memory of his mother is important after he tries to find his father a new wife. T-Bear and Jacob wear their pink shirts to support breast cancer research, and T-Bear decides that his father should get remarried. So he enlists the help of Talon and Devon to and the potential new wife. Meanwhile, Raven goes behind her mother's back to use makeup. Her new passion leads to Raven getting a makeover by Kohkum Mary and Devon. T-Bear realizes that his father is happy, and that his pursuit of a wife for his father may have been a hunt for a mother.

Monday, June 10th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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A Time for Pride NEW

T-Bear, Talon and Devon are bored. Jacob overhears this, and he decides to take them on a tour of the exciting, bustling community of Wapos Bay. When the tour does not quite go as planned, T-Bear must chose to give up on his dad's tour or go with Talon and Devon. Jacob's plan to instill pride in the community is misinterpreted and evident in the Wapos Bay Parade.

Tuesday, June 11th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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Breakin Too NEW

T-Bear, Talon and Devon learn that their favorite rap artist is performing in Wapos Bay. When T-Bear wins two tickets to the show, he must decide who he should take, Talon or Devon. Talon and Devon's battle to win the free ticket turns into a turf war. The boys become split and divided. The boys themselves become estranged to their family with their new looks and attitudes. When the boys' actions begin to have a negative influence on Raven, they can see themselves and begin to put things in perspective.

Wednesday, June 12th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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It Came from Out There NEW

Everyone around Wapos Bay has been seeing the strange lights and sounds around Wapos Bay. T-Bear, Talon and Devon have let their imaginations run wild as they think the townspeople have been brainwashed by aliens from another world. They eventually don't know whom to trust when they begin to investigate the encounters themselves. Is everyone being abducted by aliens as the invasion begins?

Thursday, June 13th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Time Management NEW

Devon finds a time portal in the forest and takes T-Bear and Talon into the future, where they discover that environmental damage caused by a large mining corporation in the past has impacted the Earth. The boys are then sent back in time by the leader of the resistance, David Suzuki, to stop the mining project from going ahead.

Friday, June 14th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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The Ways of the Quiet NEW

Wapos Bay has a bear problem. While training for the summer fair's youth triathlon, Talon, T-Bear and Devon encounter a bear, only to be saved by visiting park ranger and action movie star Charles Norris. The boys work hard and win the games, learning about self-esteem and teamwork in the process, while a conservation team succeeds in capturing the remaining bears.

Saturday, June 15th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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A Time for Pride

T-Bear, Talon and Devon are bored. Jacob overhears this, and he decides to take them on a tour of the exciting, bustling community of Wapos Bay. When the tour does not quite go as planned, T-Bear must chose to give up on his dad's tour or go with Talon and Devon. Jacob's plan to instill pride in the community is misinterpreted and evident in the Wapos Bay Parade.

Sunday, June 16th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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Breakin Too

T-Bear, Talon and Devon learn that their favorite rap artist is performing in Wapos Bay. When T-Bear wins two tickets to the show, he must decide who he should take, Talon or Devon. Talon and Devon's battle to win the free ticket turns into a turf war. The boys become split and divided. The boys themselves become estranged to their family with their new looks and attitudes. When the boys' actions begin to have a negative influence on Raven, they can see themselves and begin to put things in perspective.

Monday, June 17th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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The World According to Devon NEW

For a storytelling assignment at school, Devon offers his own account of first contact with Europeans featuring himself, Talon and T-Bear. In Devon's story, Wapos Bay is negotiating a peace with the rival Brown Toe tribe, and the first white man is Scottish Principal Steele, on a trade mission while looking for the spice route to China.

Tuesday, June 18th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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Catch The Spirit NEW

Forced to go to summer camp by their parents, T-Bear, Talon and Devon are subjected to the pranks of boys from the rival Brown Toe reserve. After thwarting the boys' attempts at retaliation, the elders call in their parents, but the bored adults are ultimately taught a valuable lesson by their children.

Wednesday, June 19th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:52
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Partic-Inaction NEW

When Wapos Bay is rated the fattest community in Canada, Raven and Jacob make it their mission to slim down their people. Meanwhile Talon, T-Bear, Devon and Kohkum Mary are stranded on an island due to a plane malfunction and have to work together to get home.

Thursday, June 20th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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The Wapos Falcon NEW

After watching a movie marathon of old detective films, Talon, T-Bear, Devon and Mushom try to solve the mystery of Raven's missing art piece, questioning Chief Big Sky and other residents of Wapos Bay in the process. Could there be a connection between Raven's art piece and the mysterious package in Jacob's possession?

Friday, June 21st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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Too Deadly NEW

While Raven and Amber are obsessed with "The Lost Boys of the Transylvanian Twilight," a new movie sequel about vampires, a mysterious boy named Erimas shows up in Wapos Bay, attracting Raven's attention and Devon's jealousy. Devon recruits T-Bear and Talon to keep Raven from falling for the new boy, and save her from potentially becoming a vampire!

Saturday, June 22nd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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The World According to Devon

For a storytelling assignment at school, Devon offers his own account of first contact with Europeans featuring himself, Talon and T-Bear. In Devon's story, Wapos Bay is negotiating a peace with the rival Brown Toe tribe, and the first white man is Scottish Principal Steele, on a trade mission while looking for the spice route to China.

Sunday, June 23rd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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Catch The Spirit

Forced to go to summer camp by their parents, T-Bear, Talon and Devon are subjected to the pranks of boys from the rival Brown Toe reserve. After thwarting the boys' attempts at retaliation, the elders call in their parents, but the bored adults are ultimately taught a valuable lesson by their children.

Monday, June 24th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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Treasure of the Sierra Metis NEW

Talon, Devon and T-Bear come across a treasure map made by Sierra Metis, the last of the old-time gold miners from Wapos Bay, and embark on a quest to find a lost gold mine. But the machinations of some older girls on a scavenger hunt and a defective metal detector combine to teach the boys a memorable lesson about greed.

Tuesday, June 25th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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There's No 'I' In Hockey

It's the Wapos Bay Winter Festival, and the spirit of competition is in the air. During the hockey tournament, Talon and T-Bear vie for the attention of a girl on the opposing team, and Raven is determined to enter the bannock contest. The three children learn how important teamwork is.

Wednesday, June 26th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Journey Through Fear NEW

Aboriginal Day festivities are getting underway, but there's even more cause for excitement in Wapos Bay... T-Bear unexpectedly spends the night in the fire tower after he climbs up and is too afraid to come down. Jacob goes up to get his son and realizes he's scared too. In an amusing twist, the story is reported as a political protest on TV. After much soul searching, father and son make it back to solid ground. Meanwhile, Raven doesn't want to go fishing with her mother, Sarah, because she's frightened of the river. Sarah helps her daughter feel at ease in open water, one step at a time. Raven and T-Bear discover how important honesty, patience and courage are, especially when you're scared.

Thursday, June 27th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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They Dance at Night NEW

There's a strange odor in town, the sled dogs are howling, and the northern lights have disappeared. What's going on in Wapos Bay? Talon, Raven and T-Bear learn what can happen when they forget to respect tradition. Raven can't resist whistling at the glimmering northern lights, even though she's been warned not to. And T-Bear breaks with an age-old ritual by neglecting to offer tobacco ties before picking sweet grass for the elders. All three children discover that their careless behavior may be the source of the community's recent small misfortunes. With help from Mushom and a wise elder, they take part in a traditional ceremony that puts things right.

Friday, June 28th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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Something to Remember NEW

The pressure is on as T-Bear is handed the task of commemorating Wapos Bay's military veterans, and Raven is struggling to express her thanks to a departing teacher. To prepare for a Remembrance Day tribute that will be broadcast to everyone in Wapos Bay, T-Bear visits the community elders. He is amazed to learn that his Mushom (grandfather) is also a veteran of the war. Meanwhile, Raven tries to convince her favorite teacher to stay in Wapos Bay by doing special things for her. But Ms. Chalmers doesn't initially comprehend her gestures of gratitude. Raven learns the true meaning of the word "appreciate," and T-Bear learns why it's important to remember the past.

Saturday, June 29th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
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Treasure of the Sierra Metis

Talon, Devon and T-Bear come across a treasure map made by Sierra Metis, the last of the old-time gold miners from Wapos Bay, and embark on a quest to find a lost gold mine. But the machinations of some older girls on a scavenger hunt and a defective metal detector combine to teach the boys a memorable lesson about greed.

Sunday, June 30th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

There's No 'I' In Hockey

It's the Wapos Bay Winter Festival, and the spirit of competition is in the air. During the hockey tournament, Talon and T-Bear vie for the attention of a girl on the opposing team, and Raven is determined to enter the bannock contest. The three children learn how important teamwork is.

Monday, July 1st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

A Time to Learn NEW

Missing sled dogs and a pile of homework are just a few of the things that Talon has to deal with before setting out for the trapline with his father Alphonse. Talon can't wait to go away for a week, but the exciting trip means lots of extra responsibility. He has to complete the schoolwork that he'll miss before leaving. While Talon struggles with a creative writing assignment, T-Bear and Mushom (grandfather) have trouble with the dog team. T-Bear incorrectly ties the dogs up, and they escape. Intense preparations and avoidable mishaps teach the children the importance of listening to elders and taking care with everything you do.

Tuesday, July 2nd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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The Elements NEW

The survival skills of Talon, T-Bear, Raven and Mushom are tested by an unexpected storm. The children are helping Mushom (grandfather) set up a cultural camp so young people can learn traditional ways. Bad weather hits and the radio, generator and ATV break down. Mushom leaves the camp for help but has an accident along the way. Left alone, the children have several mishaps- including accidentally blowing up their ATV- and abandon camp. The family makes it home safely, but their journey to Elders Island teaches the children that taking shortcuts at any age is best avoided. T-Bear learns that his knowledge of electronics can come in handy in any situation.

Wednesday, July 3rd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:01
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All's Fair

When two Northern strangers come to Wapos Bay, Talon and T-Bear learn the value of their own traditions. T-Bear and a new kid from Nunavut sweat it out to prove who Wapos Bay's best athlete is. And Talon is in awe of a star hockey player who visits the community. T-Bear realizes that his family has taught him how to navigate his way on the hockey ice and out on the land. He also learns that cooperating is more important than competing. And Talon sees what a great role model his dad Alphonse is.

Thursday, July 4th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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As The Bannock Browns

The carnival comes to Wapos Bay, and T-Bear is smitten by the carnival owner's daughter, Evelyn, and will do anything to help out at the carnival. T-Bear's dad Jacob tries everything to keep his son away from the "carnies," as he calls them, because of his own earlier experiences. Raven is bedridden with chicken pox and develops an overactive imagination by watching too many soap operas on TV.

Friday, July 5th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
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Guardians

T-Bear, Talon, Jacob and Mushom think that they have videotaped a Bigfoot around Wapos Bay. Jacob and T-Bear try to sell the footage for $6 million to Steve from Austin, Texas (Lee Majors), who works for the O.S.I. (Observation of Sasquatch Institute). Raven learns about sharing with her mother Sarah and grandmother Kohkum while picking berries for the elders of the community.

Saturday, July 6th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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A Time to Learn

Missing sled dogs and a pile of homework are just a few of the things that Talon has to deal with before setting out for the trapline with his father Alphonse. Talon can't wait to go away for a week, but the exciting trip means lots of extra responsibility. He has to complete the schoolwork that he'll miss before leaving. While Talon struggles with a creative writing assignment, T-Bear and Mushom (grandfather) have trouble with the dog team. T-Bear incorrectly ties the dogs up, and they escape. Intense preparations and avoidable mishaps teach the children the importance of listening to elders and taking care with everything you do.

Sunday, July 7th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

The Elements NEW

The survival skills of Talon, T-Bear, Raven and Mushom are tested by an unexpected storm. The children are helping Mushom (grandfather) set up a cultural camp so young people can learn traditional ways. Bad weather hits and the radio, generator and ATV break down. Mushom leaves the camp for help but has an accident along the way. Left alone, the children have several mishaps- including accidentally blowing up their ATV- and abandon camp. The family makes it home safely, but their journey to Elders Island teaches the children that taking shortcuts at any age is best avoided. T-Bear learns that his knowledge of electronics can come in handy in any situation.

Monday, July 8th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

All Access

A distant cousin, Betty, visits Wapos Bay. Betty is in a wheelchair because of osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease), and T-Bear tries to avoid her because he knows that he plays too rough.

Tuesday, July 9th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

As Long As The River Flows

T-Bear becomes a hero when he campaigns to raise money for more elder programs in Wapos Bay after Talon suggests it to him. Talon becomes jealous after T-Bear get all the attention and does not mention him. T-Bear must learn to give credit where credit is due.

Wednesday, July 10th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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Tricks and Treats

Raven has more fun than she expected on Halloween as the elders of the community tell the children the scary story of the woman of the woods.

Thursday, July 11th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
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The Hunt

The community of Wapos Bay is celebrating Kohkum Mary's nomination for a lifetime Aboriginal Accomplishment Award. Mushom, Jacob, Talon and T-Bear must go hunting a moose for the traditional honor feast. T-Bear helps an old hunter, Gabriel, who accidentally shoots and injures a mother moose with her young calf. They must track down the moose in order to save them both and restore balance to the environment.

Friday, July 12th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

A Mother's Earth

When Raven has to write a school report about her identity, she gets more and more confused when everyone tells her different stories. Talon and T-Bear are initiated in the sweat lodge before they receive their Indian names.

Saturday, July 13th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

All Access

A distant cousin, Betty, visits Wapos Bay. Betty is in a wheelchair because of osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease), and T-Bear tries to avoid her because he knows that he plays too rough.

Sunday, July 14th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

As Long As The River Flows

T-Bear becomes a hero when he campaigns to raise money for more elder programs in Wapos Bay after Talon suggests it to him. Talon becomes jealous after T-Bear get all the attention and does not mention him. T-Bear must learn to give credit where credit is due.

Monday, July 15th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Going for Gold

Talon learns that culture is ever-changing when he decides to compete in the North American Indigenous Games, and T-Bear learns that he shouldn't be jealous of his father helping Talon.

Tuesday, July 16th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Raven Power

Raven learns that she has a lot of power as a woman, and Talon, T-Bear and Mushom realize just how integral women are to Wapos Bay.

Wednesday, July 17th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Lights, Camera, Action!

Talon and T-Bear are at odds about how to make a documentary on the history of Wapos Bay for the upcoming Treaty Day celebrations. Raven has difficulty trying to spend time with her mom, Sarah, and her dad, Alphonse.

Thursday, July 18th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Dance Dance

T-Bear learns that he can follow his dream when he becomes interested in Metis dancing, much to the chagrin of his father Jacob, who would rather see him follow his own dream of becoming an Olympic wrestler.

Friday, July 19th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Raiders of the Lost Art

T-Bear and Talon learn about their differences in solving the recent rash of graffiti vandalism in Wapos Bay. Raven becomes frustrated in planning her seventh birthday party when everyone has ideas about how it should occur.

Saturday, July 20th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Going for Gold

Talon learns that culture is ever-changing when he decides to compete in the North American Indigenous Games, and T-Bear learns that he shouldn't be jealous of his father helping Talon.

Sunday, July 21st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Raven Power

Raven learns that she has a lot of power as a woman, and Talon, T-Bear and Mushom realize just how integral women are to Wapos Bay.

Monday, July 22nd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

The Hardest Lesson

T-Bear learns that the memory of his mother is important after he tries to find his father a new wife. T-Bear and Jacob wear their pink shirts to support breast cancer research, and T-Bear decides that his father should get remarried. So he enlists the help of Talon and Devon to and the potential new wife. Meanwhile, Raven goes behind her mother's back to use makeup. Her new passion leads to Raven getting a makeover by Kohkum Mary and Devon. T-Bear realizes that his father is happy, and that his pursuit of a wife for his father may have been a hunt for a mother.

Tuesday, July 23rd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Dance, Monkey, Dance NEW

Talon and T-Bear both ask the same girl to their class dance. When the dance is cancelled, the boys concoct their own dance?and a way to sort out their romantic conflict. Meanwhile, Jacob worries he?s addicted to T-Bear?s new ?Dance, Monkey, Dance? video game. After seeking guidance from Kohkum Mary, he goes to the mountain on a quest to see if his obsession is with the game, or just dancing.

Wednesday, July 24th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

Making It Right NEW

T-Bear is tired of things not working like they are supposed to around his house. He learns about the Mike Holmes show, where home repair is just a phone call away. Talon gets behind in his homework and takes Devon's suggestion of skipping school in order to catch up on his work. They and that playing at the tree fort is not helping in getting the homework done. After being chosen for home renovations, Mike Holmes and T-Bear learn that the other homes of the elders are in worse condition than his own. This news becomes a mission when they advocate for better housing conditions across the country.

Thursday, July 25th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Letterbox

Patients

Talon, T-Bear and Devon are bored and want to go to the beach along the river to swim, but Mushom becomes ill and cannot take them. Uncle Peter decides to help the boys, but they have to collect the fish from the nets first. Raven goes on a girls' summer camp and gets caught up in the gossip about her friend Amber. More and more chores and tasks arise before they can go swimming, which frustrates Talon, T-Bear and Devon. Raven begins to feel uncomfortable when Amber finds out. Things become worse and worse when they try to finally go swimming. Raven must decide who to believe in all the rumors and gossip. The ensuing adventure makes Talon, T-Bear and Devon realize that spending time with Uncle Peter was more enjoyable than if they had just gone swimming.

Friday, July 26th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

A Time for Pride NEW

T-Bear, Talon and Devon are bored. Jacob overhears this, and he decides to take them on a tour of the exciting, bustling community of Wapos Bay. When the tour does not quite go as planned, T-Bear must chose to give up on his dad's tour or go with Talon and Devon. Jacob's plan to instill pride in the community is misinterpreted and evident in the Wapos Bay Parade.

Saturday, July 27th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

The Hardest Lesson

T-Bear learns that the memory of his mother is important after he tries to find his father a new wife. T-Bear and Jacob wear their pink shirts to support breast cancer research, and T-Bear decides that his father should get remarried. So he enlists the help of Talon and Devon to and the potential new wife. Meanwhile, Raven goes behind her mother's back to use makeup. Her new passion leads to Raven getting a makeover by Kohkum Mary and Devon. T-Bear realizes that his father is happy, and that his pursuit of a wife for his father may have been a hunt for a mother.

Sunday, July 28th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:24:00
Widescreen

Dance, Monkey, Dance

Talon and T-Bear both ask the same girl to their class dance. When the dance is cancelled, the boys concoct their own dance?and a way to sort out their romantic conflict. Meanwhile, Jacob worries he?s addicted to T-Bear?s new ?Dance, Monkey, Dance? video game. After seeking guidance from Kohkum Mary, he goes to the mountain on a quest to see if his obsession is with the game, or just dancing.

Monday, July 29th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

Breakin Too NEW

T-Bear, Talon and Devon learn that their favorite rap artist is performing in Wapos Bay. When T-Bear wins two tickets to the show, he must decide who he should take, Talon or Devon. Talon and Devon's battle to win the free ticket turns into a turf war. The boys become split and divided. The boys themselves become estranged to their family with their new looks and attitudes. When the boys' actions begin to have a negative influence on Raven, they can see themselves and begin to put things in perspective.

Tuesday, July 30th

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

It Came from Out There NEW

Everyone around Wapos Bay has been seeing the strange lights and sounds around Wapos Bay. T-Bear, Talon and Devon have let their imaginations run wild as they think the townspeople have been brainwashed by aliens from another world. They eventually don't know whom to trust when they begin to investigate the encounters themselves. Is everyone being abducted by aliens as the invasion begins?

Wednesday, July 31st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
Widescreen

Time Management NEW

Devon finds a time portal in the forest and takes T-Bear and Talon into the future, where they discover that environmental damage caused by a large mining corporation in the past has impacted the Earth. The boys are then sent back in time by the leader of the resistance, David Suzuki, to stop the mining project from going ahead.

Thursday, August 1st

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
Widescreen

The Ways of the Quiet NEW

Wapos Bay has a bear problem. While training for the summer fair's youth triathlon, Talon, T-Bear and Devon encounter a bear, only to be saved by visiting park ranger and action movie star Charles Norris. The boys work hard and win the games, learning about self-esteem and teamwork in the process, while a conservation team succeeds in capturing the remaining bears.

Friday, August 2nd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:22:00
Widescreen

The World According to Devon NEW

For a storytelling assignment at school, Devon offers his own account of first contact with Europeans featuring himself, Talon and T-Bear. In Devon's story, Wapos Bay is negotiating a peace with the rival Brown Toe tribe, and the first white man is Scottish Principal Steele, on a trade mission while looking for the spice route to China.

Saturday, August 3rd

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:23:59
Widescreen

Breakin Too

T-Bear, Talon and Devon learn that their favorite rap artist is performing in Wapos Bay. When T-Bear wins two tickets to the show, he must decide who he should take, Talon or Devon. Talon and Devon's battle to win the free ticket turns into a turf war. The boys become split and divided. The boys themselves become estranged to their family with their new looks and attitudes. When the boys' actions begin to have a negative influence on Raven, they can see themselves and begin to put things in perspective.