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Visiting the Québec Maritime Region and Edmonton, Alberta: Seeing Canada, Season 4

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This title is a part of the series Seeing Canada, Season 4

Catalogue Number:  BYP104
Producer:  Brandy Y Productions
Producers:  Yanchyk, Brandy
Directors:  Yanchyk, Brandy
Producing Agencies:  Brandy Y Productions Inc.
Subject:  Arts, Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Culinary Arts, Documentary, History, Social Sciences, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2023
Running Time:  26:46

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Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk visits the Québec Maritime region where she learns how to make paper from rags with poet and artisan Cynthia Calusic at L'Algue d’Or in L’Isle-Verte. Then she tries wine made from maple sap at Domaine Acer in Auclair, Québec. 

Next Brandy travels to Edmonton, Alberta where she learns how to make green onion cakes with the Green Onion Cake Man. Then she explores the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village which is an open-air museum telling the story of Ukrainian settlement in east central Alberta from 1892 to 1930.


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