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The stories of real people who perform amazing jobs that the rest of us are too scared to do ourselves. Their jobs are difficult, stressful, complex but most of all, spectacular. We go right into the heart of the action alongside these brave individuals with nerves of steel.
Produced by CMJ Productions II Inc. (2010)
Snow Crab Fishermen
Fishing snow crab is quite risky, as fishermen face storms, winds, strong currents and even heavy ice. Every 30 years, Steven Jones is the first to sail around Anticosti Island, dubbed the”Cemetary of the Gulf,” while dropping around 125 crab cages for 30 consecutive hours.
Vetenarian Zoo in Saint-Felicien
The Zoo in St-Felicien hosts over 1000 species of animals. Scattered over the extensive grounds of the zoo, it is not easy for the Chief Veterinary Officer Josée Tremblay to watch over the health of all these animals. Tremblay’s job can get especially dangerous when he deals with Japanese macaques, which carry a deadly virus, polar bears and even Siberian tigers.
The profession of lineman is not an easy one. Their job is to build power lines that serve as intermediaries between consumers and power stations. Working up to ten meters in the air, in hostile environments and extreme conditions, linemen brave the elements to get thier jobs done.
Instructor aircraft pilots must prepare their students to react to several types of situations, many of which can quickly turn tragic. Flight instructors take on the responsibility of teaching their students to manage both the machine and the stress of potentially deadly situations