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With Andrea Malysh, Terry Mialkowsky. Between 1914 and 1920 over 8000 people were wrongfully Imprisoned in Canada. Almost forgotten, "The Camps" honors the memory of these men women and children and finally tells their story.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 1 of 17 - Mara Lake

Internee Descendant Andrea Malysh retraces the steps of internees at the Mara Lake Internment Camp near Vernon, BC.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 2 of 17 - Vernon

Glenda Kohse's uncle spent the first 6 years of his life behind barbed wire. Award Winning Mural Artist and Art Educator, Michelle Loughery speaks about the importance of Art in remembering history.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 3 of 17 - Brandon

Chief of Police Ian Grant has built a 36-year career protecting civil rights and the safety of civilians. The Brandon Police Services building now stands on the site where hundreds of innocent men were interned.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 4 of 17 - Lethbridge

Bill Szabon explores the Lethbridge internment site. His grandfather was one of the Hungarians wrongfully imprisoned in Canada during WW1. Featuring: Bill Szabon, Internee Descendant.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 5 of 17 - Toronto

Professor Lubomyr Luciuk retraces the steps of internees at the Canadian National Exhibition grounds in Toronto, Ontario and discusses the Redress Campaign signed at Stanley Barracks.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 9 of 17 - Mt. Revelstoke

Museum Curator Cathy English tells the story of Mt. Revelstoke Internment Camp in British Columbia. The site is carefully protected by Parks Canada.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 8 of 17 - Valcartier

Captain Julie Brouillette retraces the steps of internees at Base Valcartier Internment Camp near Quebec City.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 6 of 17 - Eaton

Dr. Bohdan Kordan retraces the steps of internees at what was the Eaton Internment Camp and is now the Eaton Memorial and Saskatchewan Railway Museum.

The Camps - Season 1 - Episode 10 of 17 - Yoho National Park

Bradley Bischoff retraces the steps of internees in Yoho National Park and recounts his time as a Parks Canada Park Warden, which inspired the song Ghosts in the Trees.
It is now the site of a high school, but a Vernon field was once a place of hardship for hundreds of people. From 1914-20, McDonald Field, next to WL Seaton Secondary School, was an internment camp during the First World War for men, women and children mostly of Ukrainian descent.
It was 98 years ago this week the First World War internment camp in Morrissey, B.C. closed and it is the focus of the seventh short documentary on a dark chapter in the province's history.

Відео новини - Українські кінематографісти відкриють невідому сторі

Ukrainian News Segment on "The Camps" Featuring Cinematographer Oleksandr Kryshtalovich "Відео новини - Українські кінематографісти відкриють невідому сторі" by armisticefilms

"The Camps"

32 episode web series on Canada's First National Internment Operations

Thirty Two episode web series on Canada's First National Internment Operations

Happy to say that we won an Award of Merit for Episode 1 of “The Camps”

Congratulations Ryan Boyko! What a great series we are glad to have you running this Amazing company!