Fun, informative vignettes about Ontario and the Francophones that have made their mark throughout the years.
Vidéo - Christian Pilon
How to make your own bark canoe.
Vidéo - Madeleine de Roybon
Our hosts go over the story of Madeleine de Roybon, Ontario´s first European entrepreneur. From her relationship with Cavelier de La Salle to her capture by the Iroquois, not to mention her beginnings as a Fille du Roy in New France, Madeleine de Roybo...
Vidéo - Jos Montferrand
Jos Montferrand was born on October 25, 1802. In a hilarious look at this larger-than-life legend, our two hosts debate on the real vs. the fictional aspects of Joe´s life.
Vidéo - Northern Ontario
Presented as a letter written by Marcel Vaillancourt, a lumberjack in the year 1900, this vignette gives us a peek into what life was like in a logging camp. What did the lumberjacks eat? How did they live? How did they cut wood?
Vidéo - Larose Forest
On June 2, 1828, in an effort to curb the damage brought about by the logging industry, agronomist Ferdinand Larose brought his dream to life and started planting conifers on abandoned farmlands near Bourget. And so begins the story of Larose Forest, b...
Vidéo - Cheese Curds
Our hosts tell us about Louis Génier´s founding of the first agricultural cooperative of Ontario and show us just how its famous cheese curds are made. But more importantly, we get to see some of the best ways to eat cheese curds, and that´s something ...
Vidéo - Hockey Heroes
This vignette is all about hockey, our national sport and the passion of thousands of Ontario kids. The NHL has enough Franco-Ontarians on their roster to make up an entire team. This video is sure to get kids moving!