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Moving forward with grace
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Moving forward with grace

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05 janvier 2021
Moving forward with grace

Our celebrations to welcome 2021 may look a little different, but there is undoubtedly a lot of optimism and gratitude for the lessons we've learned together from life during a pandemic. Our collective anxiety over stalled plans have been replaced with an appreciation for a slower pace of life. More importantly, our assumptions about quality of life and work-life balance have been upturned in the best way possible. To kickstart our fresh CanCon recommendations for the new year, we bring you three stories that look to the future with a healthy dose of hope and grace.

Aging Well Suzuki Style (44 minutes)

When the pandemic first hit, the whole nation watched in shock as retirement homes and long-term care facilities took the hardest hit. It quickly became clear that care for the elderly is an area of our healthcare system that needs urgent attention. In this episode of CBC's Nature of Things, David Suzuki looks at how quality of life can add more years for the elderly and ensure a better aging process. At 83, Suzuki takes a look back at his own life and speaks to health experts about what he did right in his youth, and what can be improved.

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Inendi (44 minutes)

The elderly community is particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, so what happens when they hold a vast treasure of family history? In this CBC short documentary, Indigenous activist and filmmaker Sarain Fox goes on a journey with her auntie and family matriarch, Mary Bell to document the family’s legacy for the benefit of future generations.

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Tomomi on the Farm (12 minutes)

The pandemic has forced many city dwellers to reconsider their living arrangements. Tomomi and her partner are among many who have had to make the difficult but economically savvy decision to overhaul their lifestyle. In Tomomi on the Farm, we witness the heartfelt journey of a Vancouver couple from life in the city to their family's elk farm in Saskatchewan.

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