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YLCC Media Productions is a production company that is devoted to empowering today’s youth to reach their full potential, by connecting with and educating students through engaging and relevant podcasts, visual media and documentary films.

We are very proud to announce that our third documentary film, Chapter 3, produced in partnership with the Huron University, is now screening in select Landmark and Cineplex theatres across Canada. Click here for more information and to see when the film will be in your city!

Chapter 3 builds on YLCC Media’s 2 previous films SOAR (link to soar section) and Rising Above (link to RA section). When students graduate from Secondary School they have a plethora of choices for education and careers. Chapter 3 explores through the eyes of current University and College students what life looks like after high school. The film also explores many different career choices such as Policing, broadcasting, video gaming, firefighting, robotics, social media and sports among others. The film is uplifting and informative.


  • All events commence at 9:30am and run until 12:00pm, unless otherwise indicated.
  • All registration fees include admission to the full 2-3-hour program: watching the film, as well as interactive programming facilitated before, at the beginning, middle and at the end of the film. Each film is different.Prices are based on number of students and location. In school presentations are flat fee plus a travel fee. The more schools on a trip the lower the costs. Please let us know your location, number of students and if you are interested in a theatre presentation or in-school presentation.
  • Should you have any questions about registering, please e-mail us at [email protected]
Calling all teachers and administrators!

Are you interested in having your school attend a YLCC Media event? Fill in this form to register your students or school group to attend a film screening, and you will hear from us within 24 hours to confirm your tickets.

Any questions or concerns can be directed to [email protected] or by phone at (705) 326-2433.


Click Here to Register

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