A fish out of water drama about an assimilated Indigenous family forced to move to a Northern Ontario First Nation when they unexpectedly lose their fortune. They find themselves in the midst of an identity crisis while trying to navigate the complex realities of living on a reserve in changing political times. Unsettled is about the social upheaval that comes to a modern day reserve, brought about by the clash of marijuana, casinos, opioids, language, culture and politics.


Air Date: November 28, 2021 - 24:22
Henry makes an impassioned plea for the mourning community of Beezee to come together. Myles reveals that he may have been connected to the overdose of his fellow student. Molly, overwhelmed by past trauma falls off the wagon and an unlikely hero com
Air Date: November 28, 2021 - 24:22
As the election candidates continue to battle it out, an opiate overdose at the high school blindsides the community
Air Date: November 21, 2021 - 24:21
Rayna is beginning to settle into her new reality. She reaches out to her sister for help with the young family she's been harbouring at the Beezee lodge and is introduced to the complex reality of the child welfare system
Air Date: November 21, 2021 - 24:21
With Myles busy at school, Darryl at work, Tara juggling her medical duties and running for Chief, her mom angry all the time and her father only speaking Ojibway, Rayna is completely lonely and isolated
Air Date: November 14, 2021 - 24:21
Darryl has charmed his way into the inner circle of Chief and council, spearheading a surefire business enterprise that will secure Chief Rowan's re-election
Air Date: November 14, 2021 - 24:22
In light of recent and unfortunate events, the Keetch family are forced to stay with Molly indefinitely.
Air Date: November 07, 2021 - 24:02
An adoptee and casualty of the Sixties Scoop, Rayna now 45, is being welcomed back into her community in a public ceremony
Air Date: November 07, 2021 - 24:22
Rayna Keetch, an affluent Toronto stay-at-home mom and product of Canada's Sixties Scoop is about to head north to her home community of Binesizhaabose First Nation for a special welcome home ceremony in her honour.