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How We Die (Pilot Episode)

Artist and teacher Andrea Bird is dying and she is choosing to do it differently. Together with her partner Daniel, she is facing a terminal cancer diagnosis and seeking...

‘Til Death Do Us Part

What does it do to a relationship when the caregiver is your partner? Nancy and her long-time partner Gwyn share the benefits and the strain of this partner dynamic...

The Great Ceremony

Indigenous ritual and ceremony have brought together and supported Indigenous peoples. To deal with the loss of her mother, professional caregiver Colette McCombs draws...

Death by Appointment

Since 2016, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) has become a legal end-of-life option in Canada for those suffering from an incurable and deteriorating illness, disease...

Death and Mindfulness

In pre-pandemic times, Buddhist monk and scholar Khenpo Kunga Sherpa performed in-person Buddhist ceremonies. Now, due to COVID-19 he has taken his practice online...

The Caring Confidante

At age seven, Jennifer’s son Michael started showing symptoms of a rare and fatal nervous system disorder called Batten disease. From this moment on, Jennifer took on...

The Good Trip

Almost everyone who is dying expresses fear and anxiety about death. One year after our initial visit with artist and teacher Andrea Bird, we checked back in with her...

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