The Niagara Region’s beautiful and historic landscape has long been the perfect backdrop for architectural masterpieces and stunning mansions. Host Lori Love visits these spectacular houses and meets the people, who simply call them home.
A custom-fit series tailored to hockey fans! Watch as Virgin radio host, Ace Burpee gets up close and personal asking “off the cuff” questions to Winnipeg Jets players as they get fitted for a suit by local celebrity tailor, Frank Trunzo.
Cooking with Bridget is a home cooking show, focusing on quick and easy recipes for a busy lifestyle!
Television host Katrina Turnbull takes you on a culinary tour of the new Ottawa, a vibrant and changing city whose food scene has exploded with some of the best and most innovative restaurants in the country.
With her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the city, follow host Katrina Turnbull as she discovers the hottest restaurants that are breaking all the rules of fine dining in the capital.
The East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference is a five-day, non-stop musical celebration showcasing and recognizing the best of East Coast artists and music. The ultimate goal of this internationally recognized event is to position and promote it as the premiere music event for the public and the music industry in Canada and the conference of choice for artists and industry professionals.
Watch the 2018 East Coast Music Awards Gala hosted by Jonathan Torrens on Fibe TV, Channel 1, Thursday, May 5 at 8:00 PM AT.
The Atlantic Hockey Report (AHR) is proud to report on "all things" hockey in Atlantic Canada. AHR looks at all levels of hockey and strives to bring you the stories that others don't. Join host Steve Power as he brings you hockey news, stories, player profiles, highlights and much more from the four Atlantic provinces.
With its fortification walls, narrow winding streets and a wealth of architecture, spanning four centuries, Quebec is unlike any other city in North America. It was the first town on the continent to be named a World Heritage City by UNESCO. In this series: Quebec World Heritage City, we will explore the hidden corners of Old Quebec, and discover that this remarkable French-speaking city also has an impressive, and inspiring, English heritage.