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Our Work and Services


Pakistan's People of Peace


Twenty Five Years of Business


For 25 years, Villagers has worked with some of Canada’s top non-profit organizations with a wide variety of project genres and outcome goals.


We have produced for tiny soup kitchen organizations – and helped them raise the funds to pay for the production. We have produced multi camera mega situations: at the Dome in downtown Toronto, at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton.


We regularly produce music performances, either in the studio or on remote locations.


For 21 years, we have produced a weekly prayer and hymn TV program that is paid for entirely by its viewers.


On The Web


Our specialty is web-based videos and video-based web sites.


To date, we have created and continue to manage:


and, of course, this site:


More Highlights


We have produced several documentary series as sponsorship opportunities to help organizations mark a major celebration or convey to the public a major public policy concern.


We have created video business bios for the Internet


We have produced video dramas based on the plays of school children. And community-based organizations.


We have embarked on the development of a number of public education Internet TV Channels for charities and faith-based organizations.


What We Achieve


  • Powerful story-telling
  • Dramatic footage
  • No project too small or too large
  • Every challenge met
  • Always on budget and on time




Befriending the Earth. (Thomas Berry).

Thirteen-part series on theology-based ecological awareness.

Sponsor: The Passionists of Canada.


The Kateri Movement. (Eva Solomon)

Thirteen-part series on Aboriginal spirituality.

Sponsor: Canadian Catholic religious communities.


Holy Land, Holy People.

Six-part series on the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, Islam.

Sponsor: Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association.


Welcome the Stranger.

Five half-hours. The story of faith and newcomers in Canada.

Sponsor: The Catholic Women’s League of Canada.


The Global Villagers.

Twenty-six half-hours. Canadians working in developing countries.

Sponsors: Canadian international non-governmental organizations.


World Class.

Six half-hours. Young Canadians learning to work in developing countries.

Sponsors: Canadian international non-governmental organizations.


Olive Dickason’s First Nations.

Aboriginal history.

Sponsor: Canadian Catholic religious communities.


We have also produced

  • Dozens of public service announcements
  • Instructional videos
  • Meeting reports videos
  • A Footage Library







































Fund-Raising Videos

Living Positively: The Story of Rose and Kevin


Business Bio Videos

Sue Burness: The Learning Journey


Instructional Videos

Fr. Mark Miller, CSsR - Advance Care Directives


Footage Library

Nature's Wonders