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Made-in-Canada Films and TV Shows to Stream on Canada Day

Including Anne with an E, Antigone and Kim's Convenience.

With Canada Day celebrations taking place virtually across the country this year, streaming platforms have come up with their own way to join the festivities. Spotlighting iconic movies and television shows filmed in Canada or made by Canadian filmmakers, this is how Apple TV and Netflix Canada are helping you celebrate Canada Day 2020.

Apple TV

Telefilm Canada and the Canada Media Fund’s initiative Made Nous have teamed up to highlight hundreds of Canadian films on Apple TV. Available to stream, rent or purchase on the Apple TV app, this collection is available to all Canadian users and includes films like The Rest of Us starring Heather Graham, documentary Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind, Blood Quantum and Bon Cop, Bad Cop. The collection also features Hollywood films shot in the Great White North, like The Shape of Water and Brokeback Mountain, and iconic films directed by homegrown filmmakers, such as American Psycho and Arrival. For the full collection, click here.

Netflix Canada

In celebration of Canada Day and the 10-year anniversary of its Canadian launch, Netflix is spotlighting all the made-in-Canada titles on its streaming platform. Read on for a list of movies and TV shows that have been filmed in various locations across the country, from coast-to-coast.

Ontario
The Umbrella Academy (Toronto, Hamilton, Mississauga)
October Faction (Cambridge, Hamilton)
Schitt’s Creek (Toronto, Uxbridge)
Blown Away (Hamilton)
Workin’ Moms (Toronto)
Christmas Chronicles (Toronto)
Alias Grace (Kingston)
In The Tall Grass (Stratford)
Kim’s Convenience (Toronto)
ARQ (Toronto)
Restaurants On The Edge (Muskoka)
Locke & Key (Toronto, Georgetown)
Anne With An E (Hamilton, Cambridge)

Quebec
Jusqu’au Déclin (Laurentians)
Les Affames (Quebec City)
M’Entends-Tu? (Montreal)
Martin Matte, La Vie, La Mort…Eh La La..! (Montreal)
Somebody Feed Phil (Montreal)

Manitoba
Fractured (Winnipeg, Selkirk and Matlock)

British Columbia
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Vancouver, Langley)
A Series of Unfortunate Events (Vancouver)
The Baby-Sitters Club (Vancouver)
Snowpiercer (Vancouver)
The Willoughbys (Burnaby)
Coffee & Kareem (Vancouver)
The Last Kids on Earth (Vancouver)
Rust Valley Restorers (Tappen)
The Healing Powers of Dude (Vancouver)

Nova Scotia
Locke & Key (Lunenburg)
There’s Something in The Water (Halifax, Shelburne, Pictou Landing, Stewiacke)

Saskatchewan
A Secret Love (Moose Jaw, Melaval, North Battleford, Lafleche)

Prince Edward Island
Anne With an E (Charlottetown)