From a marathon runner to a fly fisherman and more, these films introduce you to the stories you never knew were all around you in our community.
Chalk is Cheap, a group of five men who have been playing pool competitively at its elite non-professional level for 20 years, are more than just teammates. They share a bond that goes beyond the sport they love.
A serious racing crash leaves a Westman resident paralyzed. His continued support allows his family to race on despite the risks they face.
Carving a Legacy
Jose Brochez reflects upon a legacy of carving at Riding Mountain National Park as he prepares to retire to his winter home in Victoria BC.
After surviving a life-threatening infection that left her completely blind, Eileen Frazer worked hard to regain her mobility and reclaim her purpose by qualifying for a seeing eye dog. Now the pair are inseparable—giving both partners a unique new place together and bringing light into darkness.
Run happy! That’s the motto Stacey Dittmer embraces when motivating runners toreach their goals and while chasing her own in grueling 100 mile marathons.
The Fly Fisherman
community. From building custom tackle to mentoring first timers and begins, Todd plays a positive
role in the promotion and expansion of fly fishing within our borders.