The Nature of Things, CBC – “Shattered Ground”
Fracking, while a bonanza for gas and oil production, is caught in a backlash of suspicion and alarm. What’s happening underground it seems can shatter more than just rock.
Doc Zone, CBC – “Wind Rush”
A growing anti-wind movement says giant turbines have gone up without sufficient research into health impacts. In the rush to embrace wind power, have the people who live among the wind farms been forgotten?
The Liquidator, OLN – “Eye Candy”
Jeff’s warehouse is famous for unusual pieces that add an element of kitsch to his displays. When he gets talked into buying a mangy stuffed polar bear, Jeff crosses the line from kitsch to crazy.
Undercover Boss Canada, W Network – “Beck Taxi Limited”
The largest fleet of taxis in Toronto with its distinctive orange and green features general manager Gail Souter and operations manager Kristine Hubbard, a mother-daughter team, both transforming their appearance to work undercover on Thursday, February 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, but it’s not long before the realities of life on the road hits them hard.
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