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Vintage Tech Hunters

Vintage Tech Hunters features charismatic collectors Shaun Hatton and Bohus Blahut, who have turned an obsession with retro pop culture finds into their dream jobs. The vibrant duo scours Canada and the U.S., rooting through rickety attics, dusty garages, flea markets, and auctions for rare and nostalgic treasures. From original Nintendo Game Boys and priceless first-edition computers to animatronic toys, the pair aims to uncover rare and nostalgic treasures - because to the right collector, they're worth a fortune.


Cash Cab

In the Canadian version of Cash Cab, contestants answer trivia questions for cash prizes while the host, Adam Growe, drives them in a cab around Toronto.


Canada's Worst Handyman

The worst handy men and woman from across Canada compete to see who is the worst handyman in Canada.


Cold Water Cowboys

Following the life on boats that go crabbing in Newfoundland, Canada.


Last Car Standing

Clunkers, old buckets of bolts, and other wrecks on wheels are the unlikely "stars" of LAST CAR STANDING, a new high-stakes, high-impact Discovery Canada series that pits the proud owners of lousy cars against each other in a series of escalating driving challenges.


Blood, Sweat & Tools

A lively competition series that features five of Canada's worst home renovating couples as they compete for a $50,000 cash prize! But this is not your everyday Handyman show: our Mr. and Mrs. Fix-It Wannabes test their skills - and each other - to breaking point. If you've ever engaged in a DIY project with a partner, you'll appreciate the hilarity-and even hostility!-that ensues. Set in iconic cottage country in Northern Ontario, these hapless handyman duos are each given their own dilapidated cottages in which they perform all manner of home renovation challenges. From installing toilets and outdoor showers, to building gazebos and repairing roofs, they must make perform these DIY tasks in record time and do them right.


Airshow

A twelve-part observational documentary series that takes viewers behind the scenes to the most dangerous part time profession on the planet. From the ground, it looks glamorous, but every year more airshow pilots are killed than in any other job in the entertainment industry. To survive on the circuit you need to be part salesman, part stuntman, and part crazy. The harder you push, on the ground and in the air, the more likely you are to succeed. But, push too hard and you will crash. Money is always tight, there are never enough bookings to pay the bills and a steady stream of newbies are constantly trying to undercut.


Blueprint for Disaster

When tragedy strikes, the first question on the public's mind is: how and why could that have happened? Sometimes the smallest oversight can lead to the greatest of disasters. Problems often arise from the most unlikely source and the seemingly smallest problem can turn into a massive catastrophe. Whatever the cause, these stories make headlines and the world looks on in horror wondering what went wrong.


Pyros

This is an explosive docu-series that follows the GFA pyrotechnic group as they travel to exotic locations, power through exhausting schedules and harsh weather conditions, and solve complex technical glitches to light up the sky with the magic of fireworks.


Daily Planet

Ever since the Discovery Channel was created in 1995, Daily Planet (2002; previously @discovery.ca), continues to be Canada's only daily science series. Daily Planet is a show about new advances in science. Every weekday, hosts Jay Ingram (1995) and Kim Jagtiani (2007) bring science current events to the airwaves with short documentaries, interviews and discussions. Among some of the common topics in Daily Planet are nature and the environment, advances in robotics, medicine, space travel and many more as the occasion warrants. The show also features theme weeks: an in-depth week-long view at several interesting domains.


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