Africa on the Move: A Woman's World (Part 4 of 4)
  • 2010
  • 00:43:26
  • 13-14

Doc Zone
Africa on the Move: A Woman's World (Part 4 of 4)

In Africa, as in so many other places, sports have traditionally been a man’s world. And until recently, women entered at the risk of being scorned or laughed at. But the amazing Sahar El-Hawary and her female soccer team are no joke. She is the first women’s referee in North Africa and also the first female member of the Egyptian ...
  • Added on: 09/25/2013
Alan Eagleson: A Trust Betrayed?
  • 1994
  • 00:11:45
  • 13-14

News in Review - April 1994
Alan Eagleson: A Trust Betrayed?

This story asks students to examine the potential for abuse of power, influence and trust in a multi-million dollar sport like professional hockey.
Alice Coachman Davis: First Black Woman to Win a Gold Medal
  • 2014
  • 00:07:54
  • 9-12

As It Happens
Alice Coachman Davis: First Black Woman to Win a Gold Medal

She broke records and broke down barriers. In 1948, Alice Coachman Davis became the first African-American woman to win an Olympic gold medal, paving the way for other black athletes — both male and female — to follow in her spiked-shoe footsteps. She passed away on July 14 and is remembered here as a sports pioneer.
  • Added on: 08/08/2014
Athens 2004: The Games Return to Greece
  • 2004
  • 00:15:02
  • 13-14

News in Review - September 2004
Athens 2004: The Games Return to Greece

This summer the Olympic Games went back to their roots; back to Greece where they first began almost 3,000 years ago. We’ll bring you the highlights of the Athens Games and show you how Canada’s athletes fared in their quest for Olympic glory.
Bedtime for Twirlies
  • 2016
  • 00:11:30
  • 5-8

The Moblees
Bedtime for Twirlies New

Bailey is babysitting the Twirly Triplets, and It’s time for their nap, but when Bailey tries to put the Twirly-Whirlies to bed, she finds out it’s easier said than done.
  • Added on: 01/10/2017
Beijing 2008: A Momentous Decision
  • 2001
  • 00:13:10
  • 13-14

News in Review - September 2001
Beijing 2008: A Momentous Decision

This story examines the complex international competition to host the 2008 Summer Olympics, the political, economic, and diplomatic considerations in particular that led to the IOC granting the Games to China, and the implications and ramifications for the city that won Beijing and the Canadian city that lost, Toronto. To some the decision was a disgrace, given China's record of ...
Big-League Sports: Who Pays the Bill?
  • 1994
  • 00:12:44
  • 13-14

News in Review - November 1994
Big-League Sports: Who Pays the Bill?

In this story we explore the sociological and economic implications of strikes in major league sports as well as issues relating to labour-management relations and conflict resolution.
Bing Boing Bounce
  • 2016
  • 00:11:30
  • 5-8

The Moblees
Bing Boing Bounce New

When it's time for a visiting baby Bing-Boing Bird to go back to its nest the Moblees need some big time bouncing help to get the job done.
  • Added on: 01/10/2017
Brain Gains: Better Grades Through Fitness
  • 2009
  • 00:15:43
  • 9-12

The National
Brain Gains: Better Grades Through Fitness

The National visits an inner city high school in Saskatoon, SK, where one teacher went out on a limb to test the theory that vigorous daily exercise improves academic performance. The Grade 8 and Grade 9 students in teacher Allison Cameron's classes contend with a wide range of behavioural problems: almost half are diagnosed with ADHD and many work at ...
  • Added on: 06/14/2013
Canada's Soccer Fixing Scandal
  • 2012
  • 00:14:26
  • 13-14

News in Review - November 2012
Canada's Soccer Fixing Scandal

When the Canadian women’s soccer team played the United States in the semi-final match at the London Olympics, the referee made a series of bizarre calls that many felt cost Canada the match. With the Canadians leading 3-2 in the 80th minute, Canada’s goalkeeper was called for holding the ball for too long, a call that is almost never made ...