Bordered by three oceans (the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic) and sharing the largest fresh water lakes in the world, Canada is indeed, a land of the sea. Renowned oceanographer, naturalist and one of the worlds leading underwater film makers, John Stoneman, looks at the unique relationship Canada has with the sea and the wonders found hidden beneath its surface. Join Canadas Cousteau on a visually stunning adventure focusing on this dramatic and mysterious watery world. The polar bear has played a major role in John Stonemans life and his work. He has a special affinity with these mighty nomads of the north and has spent many hours filming and observing them. Explore the special relationship that has grown between John Stoneman and the great white bears of the Arctic. Then John joins an old Eskimo friend on a journey that sets out to find the musk ox. Having survived for thousands of years living on the frozen tundra of the high Arctic; these big, hairy, bison-like creatures live near the Beaufort Sea in very remote areas and the journey to find them is an adventure in itself. The Beluga whale is one of the most delightful animals that exists in the ocean. Playful and vocal, they are well known as the songsters of the sea. However, Beluga whales in Canadian waters, particularly in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, are in trouble as man-made pollutants are taking their toll of their small numbers. John Stoneman leads an expedition to both the St. Lawrence and the Arctic to study the problems faced by these beautiful whales.