There’s a big difference between something you own and your thing. Your thing is what drives you and makes you different. We invited Canadians to talk about those things they love. Then, we let the cameras roll. Check out the results.
Davy grew up in a Trinidadian household where music was a family thing. With us, he just went where the wind took him.
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We asked Helena what would happen if she were ever separated from the thing she loves most - her Mercedes G-5. This is her answer.
Danielle is a photographer, and she brought in a thing that she uses to get a very specific type of photo session rolling.
To Devin, feats of strength are no big thing. Step right up and see.
To learn about life’s most important things, you don’t have to travel to a galaxy far, far away. Or do you?
It’s only when you find the right thing that you begin to see the possibilities. Just ask Mathieu.
For some people, shoes are their thing. But for Luke, it’s more about what you can do with them.
When a song gets into your head, it can be quite a thing. But for Nicholas, that was only the beginning.
Sacrifice can be a terrible thing. Sia has something she keeps so she always remembers.
When he plays live, Amine works like a DJ but loops in vocals, violin, percussion and other instruments. For us, though, he kept things simple.
Sometimes it’s the small things that bring families closer together. Especially when those things are delicious.
When two things travelling fast meet, amazing things can happen. David understands this completely.