Brandy Yanchyk returns with the second season of her travel documentary series, Seeing Canada.

The series connects viewers to Canada’s iconic nature, thrilling adventures and unique, varied culture through Brandy’s eyes. These experiences are adventurous in nature, making for great television! Rather than focus on current events, Seeing Canada’s focuses on the vibrant cities, culinary delights, world-class attractions, unique characters and natural wonders of Canada.

Through Brandy’s charm, sense of humor and curiosity, the audience has a chance to learn something new about even the most familiar of destinations. Through her bold, adventurous spirit, we are inspired to take an adventure ourselves. Through her compassion and sensitivity, we see all the strands that make Canada worth seeing.


4K and HD

PBS stations

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Episode Descriptions


1. Inuit Culture in Nunavut and Grizzly Bears in British Columbia

Brandy Yanchyk travels to Iqaluit, Nunavut to learn about Inuit culture and view grizzly bears in Bella Coola, British Columbia.


2. Nova Scotia, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador

Brandy Yanchyk boards an expedition vessel and explores Sable Island, the Magdalene Islands, Bonaventure Island, Gros Morne National Park and Cape Breton Island.


3. Yukon Gold Rush and the Islands of Newfoundland

Brandy Yanchyk travels to Dawson City, Yukon to learn about its gold rush history. Next, she explores the remote communities of Twillingate, Change and Fogo Islands in Central Newfoundland.


4. Saskatchewan and Manitoba

Brandy Yanchyk has a cowboy experience in Saskatchewan and searches for beluga whales and polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba.


5. British Columbia’s Okanagan and Northern Ontario

Brandy Yanchyk explores the delights of the Okanagan in British Columbia. Then she learns to sail and find amethyst in Thunder Bay, Ontario.


6. The Northwest Territories and Alberta to British Columbia by Rail

Brandy Yanchyk explores the Northwest Territories. Then she takes the VIA Skeena train from Jasper, Alberta, to Prince George and Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

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