Fire - Energy

This short documentary is about Canada's energy resources: wind, water, sun, oil, uranium and natural gas. The film is part of the TRANSIT series on Canada's geography, which travels from the humid rainforests of British Columbia, to the desert-like badlands of Alberta; from the frosty Arctic where no trees grow, to the fertile farmland of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Region.

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Film Credits

director
Michel Barbeau
researcher
Michel Barbeau
editor
Éric Ruel
writer
Daniel Frenette
sound editor
André Chaput
narrator
Thor Bishopric
cinematographer
Ernest McNabb
advisor
Colin Low
producer
Mark Zannis
animation
Éric Clément
Jocelyn Hudon
voice recording
Geoffrey Mitchell
Patrick Viegas
foley artist
Stéphane Cadotte
re-recording
Geoffrey Mitchell
original music
Luc Préfontaine
music archives research
Andres Norambuena
archival film research
Sylvia Mezei
Marc Pitre
educational consultant
Marie-Noëlle Soumeillant
Roger Sauvageau
communication consultant
Monique Caron-Bouchard
producer
Pierre Lapointe

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