Canada is defining digital. We lead in the highly competitive world of apps, games, and software. Our digital artists and companies are attracting awards and consumers from around the world.
Explore these Canadian digital innovations across the disciplines.
Le volet numérique de cette deuxième saison de Crimes occultes comprend un site web ainsi qu'une série de 8 capsules vidéo
GUIDE was developed by Reframe Games Inc., a New Brunswick based studio founded by Jade Yhap, Rebecca Goodine, & Jeff Mundee.
Witness a tragic death in a family; explore each member’s grief through seamlessly integrated narrative storylines in live-action virtual reality.
The digital component gives online users a good overview of the comedy situation in Acadia and helps them to better understand what the series sets out to do.
Untying the Knot DM is a comprehensive digital companion to the documentary Untying the Knot about domestic violence.
A window into the lives of the main characters from the Le Chalet television series.
The Tones of Toronto website complements the tv documentary of the same name. Its mission is to showcase the works of inspiring urban photographers.
The Fous de bateaux website features original content developed specifically for online viewing, including exclusive behind-the-scenes videoclips.
Emerald Code follows Simone and her friends as they explore creativity and solve teenage problems through science, technology, and coding.
A 10-episode web documentary series on the amazing talent of nine-year-old snowboard wizard Éli Bouchard.
A few months have gone by in the life of the Noël clan and as Lucille-Maude returns from Africa, she is the victim of a serious and devastating accident.
Féminin/Féminin paints a realistic portrait of daily life for a group of friends, all of them lesbian or bisexual.
Smala app: connect your family while having fun
Passe-Partout is back! The app lets kids explore the world of their favourite show anytime they wish.
The Fan Culture of Film Media Project is an immersive, multiplatform media project.
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