A middle class couple, Anna and Jason, speak over breakfast when Anna hits a nerve and their morning routine spins into an alternate reality where their bitter argument is broadcast to millions as a live sporting on ‘Domestic Fight TV.’
Like many Native families, Lena Mahikan grew up in the cycle of abuse. Her father, a residential school survivor, was an alcoholic until he killed himself when Lena was 10. Her mother, only 14 years her senior, turned to the slots. By the time Lena was 15, she was pregnant…
With his new reality show in jeopardy, George, a self-absorbed and neurotic TV producer, caves in to network demands and asks his young girlfriend, Claire to move into his house, but she doesn’t move in alone.
Emma is a modern day Everywoman. She has it all. Well, she had it all. Her only solace lies in her latest purchase. How much can she buy and how far will she fall before she saves herself from becoming completely…bagged.
In 1954 after two years in a home for boys, Snit Mandolin, 15, returns home to his seemingly unhinged and reclusive aunt Matilda. Defeated by a community that still shuns him, confronted by the impossibility of surviving on his aunt’s farm, Snit falls in with Johnny Swift, 16, another outcast….
Tara Wheaton, a police officer of Métis descent who takes a job in Rabbit Fall, a remote town in northern Saskatchewan with a history of unexplained events. Wheaton is reluctant to accept the community’s supernatural explanations for the events, but finds that the events challenge her sense of rationality.
Ben Tyler has been diagnosed with cancer. With a grim chance of survival in the best case scenario even if he immediately begins treatment, he instead decides to take a motorcycle trip from Toronto through the Canadian prairies to British Columbia.