March Post

We hope you’ve been impressed by the mad skills that Line 21ers routinely display at work. What you may not be as familiar with are the host of talents/skills/credentials that staff are called upon to use less often at work. Here-in alphabetical order-a small sampling…

Fluent in French.
Basic Spanish.
Survival and camping experience from years of being a Boy Scout.
Avid traveller (10 countries and counting).
Makes YouTube “Let’s Play” videos. Sample.
He’s been told he’s a GREAT STORYTELLER


BA in French and German, minor in English (UBC).
MA in Germanic Studies (UBC). Much more!



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New Releases

Cabin Truckers
Airs on Cottage Life, Mondays at 8pm ET/8:30pm PT

Cabin Truckers follows the complicated business of hauling colossal cabins across rocky, mountainous terrain delivering precious cargo to families who want a remote, picturesque retreat.


Season four premieres on CTV, March 22

This unconventional crime drama poses the question of “whydunit” rather than “whodunit.” Each episode begins by revealing not only the victim but the killer as well. A team of investigators try to piece together the clues. Viewers navigate a complicated maze of clues themselves as they get a glimpse of the killer before and after the crime is committed.


Broke Down Dawson Town
Screens at the Dawson Film Festival, March 25 and 27

A funny drama-comedy about two young broke Atlantic Canadians who arrive in Dawson City hoping to find gold and the answers to all their problems. Instead, they encounter a strange town with stranger people.