From John Doyle of The Globe and Mail:
CBC drama on Canada’s health-care system is scary and uplifting
Keeping Canada Alive (Sunday, CBC 9 p.m.) is a new six-part factual series that is breathtaking in its scope – 60 camera crews shooting in 24 cities across 10 provinces and one territory in a single 24-hour period last May to capture how our hospitals and other medical facilities work. One day only, but the show points out that on an average day in Canada, 700 people die and another 1,000 are born. Continue reading.
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