Great Canadian Rivers II
This series embarks on a beautiful journey along Canada's greatest rivers. Each episode focuses on one river, exploring its power, beauty and connection to our culture, history and identity. Enjoy a window into the diversity of the Canadian landscape, as these rivers wind through mountains and tundra, salt marshes and vast plateaus.
The Bow River is crucial to millions of Albertans who use the river for everything from hydroelectric power to irrigation.
A voyage down the 187-kilometre Clearwater River, located about 500 kilometers from Prince Albert, is a journey through quintessential Canadian wilderness.
The Main River passes through tundra-like barrens, forests and grasslands, a spectacular 8-kilometre canyon, then empties into the North Atlantic's White Bay.
Green River is located in the complex BC coastal environment known as the "Great Bear Rainforest". Its lush old growth forest and rich marine conditions combine to create ideal habitat for grizzly bears.
The 430 km long Qu'appelle River rises in Lake Diefenbaker, and meanders east across southern Saskatchewan, flowing through the richest, most scenic agricultural land in Canada.
Surrounded by mountains, glaciers and dense forests, the Skeena is North America's largest undammed river.
The great Mackenzie River has the best of everything: a spectacular landscape, tremendous girth, abundant wildlife, and a pervasive culture.