Atlantic

DIY Mom

DIY Mom  - Poster

DIY Mom

Year: 2019
Starring: Rebekah Higgs
Genre: Lifestyle

Watch DIY Mom Rebekah Higgs as she Transforms a dingy basement apartment in to an East Coast Oasis, ready for short term rental. Resourceful, affordable renovations, and home decor for those on a budget. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Kicking off season two DIY MOM works with Local Artist Emma Fitzgerald to create a unique wall mural featuring a Halifax landmark that will encourage short term renters to get outside and enjoy all that Halifax as to offer.

Gallery Wall



Halifax: In this episode DIY MOM maximizes a small kitchen, but tearing out the old cabinets and customizing the space. Rebekah plays with light, angles, and shapes to not over look a single detail. The result is a fresh take on an historic apartment. 

In this episode, DIY MOM maximises a small kitchen, by tearing out the old cabinets and customizing the space. Rebekah plays with light, angles, and shapes to not overlook a single detail. The result is a fresh take on a historic apartment.

You Might Also Like

Thrill Ride

Engines screaming, tires squealing, and hang time that seems to last forever.  Thrill Ride puts you in the front seat at some of the most exciting clubs in the Oshawa area.

Geek Me!

Jason Rockman is on the hunt for Montreal’s most impressive collections while riding in awesome theme cars! 

#startupeast

#startupeast takes a deeper look at what drives the success of top entrepreneurs from Atlantic Canada as they navigate through the process of operating their own companies. 

Noongom

Noongom (Algonquin for "today") highlights the impact that a new generation of Aboriginal Peoples are making on the National Capital Region. Host Gabrielle Fayant showcases the work and creativity of Ottawa’s local Aboriginal youth, offering a fresh perspective that’s filled with humour and history. From large celebrations to homelessness, Noongom explores different cultures and stereotypes head-on to help people better understand what it means to be Aboriginal in Ottawa today.

Studio Tour

Studio Tour is a thoughtful exploration of what it means to live and work as an artist in Atlantic Canada. Host Matt Brown takes you inside the studios of Atlantic Canada’s most esteemed artists providing an exceptional and profound insight into their visions and creations.

Quebec World Heritage City

With its fortification walls, narrow winding streets and a wealth of architecture, spanning four centuries, Quebec is unlike any other city in North America. It was the first town on the continent to be named a World Heritage City by UNESCO. In this series: Quebec World Heritage City, we will explore the hidden corners of Old Quebec, and discover that this remarkable French-speaking city also has an impressive, and inspiring, English heritage.

Feist-y

Host Claire Bouvier meets with some of Kingston's most interesting and eclectic personalities. 

Capital Style Files

Exploring stories of fashion and style inside Ottawa, Canada with the capital’s hottest fashion host Katrina Turnbull.

ImagiNation

Literary review hosted by Rachelle Solomon. Rachelle meets with authors in the Morrin Centre’s magnificent library during the ImagiNation Writer’s Festival in Quebec City. 

Atlantic Architecture

Atlantic Architecture highlights regional diversity in a way that is unique to the rest of Canada. With freeze thaw cycles, snow, wind and vast spaces, architects need to consider climate and the environment when designing buildings in this region. Learn what makes Atlantic Canadian Architecture powerful. Explore how architects are using Atlantic Canada as a springboard to International recognition.

Get Outside

Get Outside brings viewers along to experience various outdoor activities including paddling, hiking, camping, and back country camping. It not only shows what you can do in the outdoors but encourages people to get outside themselves.    

Creatorland

Follow the extraordinary journey of creators, entrepreneurs and innovators in and around Ottawa as they explore the driving factors behind why they do what they do, share unfiltered narratives about their challenges, and as they describe the impact they hope to leave in the world.