Wild TV is Canada’s only television network providing outdoor programming from Canada and around the world, 24 hours a day, and seven days a week.
Launched in 2004, Wild TV delivers entertaining and educational programming and is devoted to providing the outdoorsmen in Canada and the world content focused exclusively on hunting, fishing, shooting, and motorsports. Wild TV reaches more than 14 million Canadian, 30 million U.S., and 12 million European television households and is Canada’s number one outdoor network targeted exclusively to serving the outdoor enthusiast’s entertainment and information needs. Wild TV is available in HD, check with your local cable or satellite provider.
As the first Canadian company to pre-sell a movie of the week to a US network (CBS) in prime time, Canamedia has continued to expand into production and co-production with many of the Canadian, US and UK networks.
Canamedia was founded in 1978 and is one of Canada’s longest established distribution and production companies. Acquired by Distribution Access in 2010, Canamedia is now part of a growing enterprise that offers all aspects of content Distribution worldwide, Production and Production Services.
The objectives of Women in Film and Television Alberta are to promote and assist the professional development, equitable treatment, recognition of and achievements for women in film, television and new media industries.
Connect with the essence of Alberta’s mountain past!
Your gateway to breathtaking adventures and activities along the eastern slopes of the beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountains! Rediscover folklore, local legends and immerse yourself in historic culture through tented packhorse trips, bed & breakfasts, and back-country ranches and lodges
Willmore Wilderness Preservation & Historical Foundation is a non-profit society registered under the Alberta Societies Act in 2002.
The Foundation became a Registered Charitable Organization in 2003. The Foundation preserves the history of the area; focuses on the advancement of education of the park; restores historical pack trails and sites; and enhances the use of Willmore Wilderness Park for Albertans and visitors alike.
The history of the Métis began with the fur trade in the late 1700s. One of the first colourful characters was Jacco Findlay who made a name for himself by being the first to blaze a trail over Howse Pass. In 1806 Findlay, accompanied by his wife, children and Kutenai Indians, blazed a trail in search of a route to the Pacific Ocean.