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A Story About Luke Wallace

Luke Wallace writes music to inspire Canadians to become more engaged in conversations involving the future of energy in Canada.

Carface

Cars perform a song-and-dance number while the planet slides toward ruin.

Carface

Cars perform a song-and-dance number while the planet slides toward ruin.

Five Second Rule

A girl is walking down the street eating a cookie. She drops the cookie, which gets attacked by germs around it. But antibodies come out from the saliva on the cookie to protect it. While they are fighting, the girl picks up the cookie and eats it. Will she get sick from the germs?

Five Second Rule

A girl is walking down the street eating a cookie. She drops the cookie, which gets attacked by germs around it. But antibodies come out from the saliva on the cookie to protect it. While they are fighting, the girl picks up the cookie and eats it. Will she get sick from the germs?

Five Second Rule

A girl is walking down the street eating a cookie. She drops the cookie, which gets attacked by germs around it. But antibodies come out from the saliva on the cookie to protect it. While they are fighting, the girl picks up the cookie and eats it. Will she get sick from the germs?

Fridge Princess

Can a slightly smudged drawing of a princess find its way to a place of pride on the fridge door? Of course it can!

Friends: La and Mi (Episodes 1, 2, 5, 8, 10)

Find out about the adventures of the musical notes La and Mi, and their other friends who show up to make beautiful music together.

 

If I Was God…

What would you do if you were 12 and suddenly found yourself charged with God-like powers? Would you use them for good? For bad? Perhaps a little of both? For one Grade 7 boy whose mind starts to wander while dissecting a frog in Biology class, the possibilities seem endless. He will have the power to toy with life and death, to create monsters who can punish those who torment him daily (in particular, Augie, who sits in the back row), and, more importantly, to create that one perfect day with Lily, the love of his 12-year-old life. 

If I Was God…

What would you do if you were 12 and suddenly found yourself charged with God-like powers? Would you use them for good? For bad? Perhaps a little of both? For one Grade 7 boy whose mind starts to wander while dissecting a frog in Biology class, the possibilities seem endless. He will have the power to toy with life and death, to create monsters who can punish those who torment him daily (in particular, Augie, who sits in the back row), and, more importantly, to create that one perfect day with Lily, the love of his 12-year-old life. 

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