Seeing Canada connects viewers to Canada’s iconic nature, thrilling adventures and unique, varied culture.
Brandy Yanchyk’s travel documentary, Seeing Canada, connects you to the “Signature Experiences” Canada has to offer and allows you experience Canada’s iconic nature, thrilling adventures and unique, varied culture through her eyes.
Brandy Yanchyk returns with the second season of her travel documentary series, Seeing Canada. The experiences are adventurous in nature, making for great television! Seeing Canada focuses on the vibrant cities, Indigenous culture, culinary delights, world-class attractions, unique characters and natural wonders of Canada.
Journalist Brandy Yanchyk returns with the third season of her travel documentary series, Seeing Canada. This series connects viewers to Canada’s culinary scene, nature, diversity of cultures, Indigenous tourism, Black History and Southwestern Ontario's connection to the Underground Railroad.
Season 1 Episode 1: Nimmo Bay & Manitoulin Island
Season 1 Episode 2: Saskatoon & Winnipeg
Season 1 Episode 3: Lake Louise & Niagara Falls
Season 1 Episode 4: Western Newfoundland & the Northwest Territories
Season 1 Episode 5: Nunavut & Yukon
Season 1 Episode 6: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Quebec
Season 2 Episode 1: Inuit Culture in Nunavut and Grizzly Bears in British Columbia
Season 2 Episode 2: Nova Scotia, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador
Season 2 Episode 3: Yukon Gold Rush and the Islands of Newfoundland
Season 2 Episode 4: Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Season 2 Episode 5: British Columbia’s Okanagan and Northern Ontario
Season 2 Episode 6: Alberta to British Columbia by Rail and The Northwest Territories
Season 3 Episode 1: Wines and Islands in British Columbia
Season 3 Episode 2: Black History in Southwestern Ontario
Season 3 Episode 3: French and Indigenous Culture in Quebec
Season 3 Episode 4: Kensington Market & the Culinary Scene in Toronto
Season 3 Episode 5: Stanley Park & Surrey’s Culinary Spice in British Columbia
Season 3 Episode 6: Banff National Park in Alberta