Mountain Lake PBS receives substantial support from our Canadian viewers and members every year. Thank you – Merci!
This ongoing support is a reflection of more than 40 years of your incredible commitment to enriching the mind and inspiring the spirit. Thanks to you, Mountain Lake PBS’s programming continues to be a spark that can effect change and address the critical needs of your community. The power of our cross-border partnership generates the vital pillars of our healthy communities: knowledge, education, socially and civically engaged people like you.
MLPBS Passport is an added benefit of membership with Mountain Lake PBS. Available with donations starting at just $5/month ($60/year), Passport gives you extended access to a library of hundreds of your favorite PBS programs.
Become a member and gain access to Passport today!
Canadian members can now access PBS Passport and can view most Passport content on PBS.org.
Although PBS will be expanding the PBS Passport library for Canadian Passport members, there may be a small number of shows that will be restricted to the U.S. or have slightly different availability windows. PBS must obtain the streaming rights for every program offered on our site, and these rights can be different between the US and Canada.
If you are already a member, please contact our membership department to activate your account.
You can find more details about using Passport in Canada here.
Charitable Status in Canada
Currently, donations made to the Canadian Friends of Mountain Lake PBS in Canada ARE tax deductible.
Mountain Lake PBS is fortunate to have the support of thousands of Canadian viewers through annual donations, and all donations are acknowledged. In some cases, Canadian donations to a US charity may be deducted against US based income. Please consult your tax advisor for more information.
We are committed to our Canadian viewers and making Mountain Lake PBS Quebec and Eastern Ontario’s PBS station.
Mountain Lake PBS hosts and participates in family events, community screenings, and meetings including character days at Parc Safari and Livres Babar Books, Kidcon, and listening sessions with community members.
Genevieve Roy highlights her coup de coeur food, culture, events and travel through her blog, Gen’s Delights. Gen explores Montreal, its surrounding regions, and beyond.
This animated documentary produced by Mountain Lake PBS tells the story of Samuel de Champlain and the native Amerindians that helped him survive the wilds of Quebec over 400 years ago. The documentary is paired with a comprehensive website education resources. The entire bilingual project is distributed to schools throughout Canada.
This series by filmmaker Paul Carvalho was presented for the first time in English, on Mountain Lake PBS. It is a five-part documentary series that chronicles the rise of Montreal, one of the great port cities in North America.
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