Vrai will offer its subscribers, in November, legacy chicanes, drag races, a look back at the Canadian-Nordic rivalry and the story of missionary Alexis Joveneau, who abused many Innu on the Lower Shore -North.
• Read also: Celine Dion's sister gives news of the singer
The series "Chicanes of inheritance", which will land on the platform on Tuesday, will focus on stories of succession inspired by real events and having gone wrong. Specialists will put everything into perspective by talking about the testamentary process. “Talking about death, money and inheritance is not easy and emotionally charged. However, learning about the subject and better understanding the impact of our decisions helps to improve the succession process and preserve human relations, ”we explained in a press release.
A week later, on November 8, it will be the turn of the documentary series “Face au diable de la Côte-Nord” to be added to Vrai’s offer. Magalie Lapointe, Jani Bellefleur-Kaltush and Michel Jean will deconstruct the work of Alexis Joveneau in this production shot largely on the Lower North Shore. We will relate the rise of the missionary who enjoyed great respect and who fell from his pedestal. “Twenty-five years later, pain and time finally got the better of the omerta and loosened our tongues,” we said.
On November 15, we will discover the Landry family at the dawn of another drag racing season in “Speed in the Blood”. It will be about cars that drive at full speed, up to nearly 400 km / h. “All that remains is to see what they have in their stomachs. But the road is strewn with pitfalls and the competition promises to be fierce. With the arrival of new engines more powerful than ever, and the help of their invaluable mechanics, the Landrys are ready to do anything to make their place in the great history book of racing in Quebec. underline.
Finally, November 29 Vrai will take us back to the years of great opposition between Montreal and Quebec in “Nordic Canadians – The Rivalry”. For 15 years, Quebecers were camped in one camp opposing the other, economically, socially and politically. “The Nordics and [the Canadian], cousins and enemies, influenced, jostled, stimulated each other. Their dynamic has invested the Quebec DNA. Fights, overexcited media, miraculous victories, heartbreaking departure. A series that tells a story that may not be over yet, ”we were told to make our mouths water.