Network Shorts is a series of short films profiling the people and places of Ontario.
Sep 25, 1979 – 3:15
This an adaptation of a public service film prepared for the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Resources. It shows how biomass (waste materials such as garbage, sewage and wood) can be a valuable energy source.
Oct 02, 1979 – 4:20
The pupils of Spruce Glen Public School, Huntsville, present their town, its parks, the locks and recreational opportunities in the area.
Oct 02, 1979 – 4:43
Wiarton as seen by the pupils of Grades 5, 6, and 7 of the Wiarton Public School.
Oct 02, 1979 – 4:29
Visual presentation of communities Chute a Blondeau and Alfred in Eastern Ontario.
Oct 02, 1979 – 4:30
A delightful visual presentation of "Our Community", and its people as seen through the creative eyes of the kindergarten pupils of Huron Heights Public School.
Oct 05, 1979 – 3:16
This is an adaptation of a public service film prepared for the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Resources. It shows how modern technology has brought wood-burning stoves up to date, making them an interesting energy alternative in home heating.
Oct 15, 1979 – 3:20
This program describes how the Canadian Home Insulation Program can save homeowners on the cost of insulating their houses.
Oct 15, 1979 – 3:10
This program discusses the use of solar energy to heat homes.
Oct 23, 1979 – 2:54
This program includes hints on how to set your thermostat and maintain your furnace to save money.
Oct 23, 1979 – 3:10
This program shows how windmills might be of some use in solving our energy problems.
Nov 12, 1979 – 4:15
The town of Belleville as seen through the art of students from Sir John A. MacDonald School in Belleville.
Nov 12, 1979 – 4:45
The town of Guelph, as seen through the artwork of students from Mary Phelan Public School.
Nov 12, 1979 – 4:45
Students from Breadner Junior School draw Trenton, highlighting the Canadian Forces Base there.
Nov 13, 1979 – 5:05
Summer students at art classes run by the department of parks and recreation draw Windsor.
Nov 14, 1979 – 4:20
A visual presentation of the Sioux community, highlighted by the artwork of students from Sioux Lookout Central School.
Nov 15, 1979 – 5:20
Students from Dryden Public School highlight their community through their artwork.
Nov 15, 1979 – 4:35
Students from grades 4 & 5 at Elgin Avenue Public School in Simcoe Ontario describe their pictures drawn about what Simcoe means to them.