DVD includes video of the continuation of MI 230.1 with the end of CFRC's 55th Anniversary dinner, as well as an episode of the Cablenet 13 programme "State of Mind," and a video of the removal of the AM transmitter in 1990. "State of Mind" includes interviews with Chris Tharp, Maureen Plunkett, Andrew Duffy, Jerome Poon Ting, James Cordiner, and Pamela Cornell.
Roy Bonisteel narrates (offscreen) an informational programme on the history and future of Granville Island in Vancouver, B.C. includes interviews with former factory workers who were employed by businesses on the island; developers; government officials; a young Gordon Campbell. Visuals: Aerials of Vancouver, Activities on Granville, Crowds, Waterpark, Warehouse Interiors, Boats.
Roy Bonisteel hosts (on-screen) the introduction to the NFB series: Finding Our Way. The series is directed at children with the intention that it will be used in classrooms for students aged 7-10. Each program focuses on an issue or problem related to social life and is meant to stimulate conversation and discussion. A young Kathleen Robertson starts in "Left Out" one of the episodes in the series.
Roy Bonisteel narrates (off-screen) a programme describing an initiative to help remote communities afford to build and maintain housing. The initiative is promoted by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Interviews with Inuit Leaders and community members. Visuals of: Labrador Communities; House construction; Nain, Labrador. Seaton Findlay Productions Ltd. for CMHC.