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“It’s important to be diverse when you’re a freelancer,” says Jonathan Torrens about the many hats he wears. The 42-year old P.E.I native’s 25-plus years in the entertainment industry include 26 on-camera [more...]
“It’s important to be diverse when you’re a freelancer,” says Jonathan Torrens about the many hats he wears. The 42-year old P.E.I native’s 25-plus years in the entertainment industry include 26 on-camera [more...]
Rachel Bailey points to an old aerial photograph of her Nova Scotia hometown and notes the many changes. The photograph, from 1978, reveals a Lunenburg very different from the UNESCO World [more...]
Rachel Bailey points to an old aerial photograph of her Nova Scotia hometown and notes the many changes. The photograph, from 1978, reveals a Lunenburg very different from the UNESCO World [more...]
The scene opens to reveal our young hero standing valiantly at the crossroads of two lanes in Southern Harbour, rural Newfoundland and Labrador. He pulls his  [more...]
The scene opens to reveal our young hero standing valiantly at the crossroads of two lanes in Southern Harbour, rural Newfoundland and Labrador. He pulls his [more...]

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