Canada 98 (later Canada 99 then Canada 100 in each successive debut year) is a Canadian centennial documentary television series presented by CBC Television. The series debuted on November 25, 1964 to showcase Canada's nature. the series was hosted by J. Frank Willis featuring nine episodes (despite twelve being produced). Canada 98 was preceded by documentary film Camera Canada.

Canada 98
Also known asCanada 99 (1965-66), Canada 100 (1966-67)
Written byCharles Israel (Canada 98), Hugh Kemp (Canada 98,99), Scott Young (Canada 98), Clement Perron (Canada 98,99), Don Erickson (Canada 98), Ben Maartman, David Fulton (Canada 100), Max Ferguson (Canada 100)
Directed byGerald Richardson (Canada 98), Farley Mowat (Canada 100), David Pears (Canada 100)
Presented byJ. Frank Willis, Gordie Tapp (interviewer)
Narrated byJohn Scott (Canada 99), Budd Knapp (Canada 99), J. Frank Willis (Canada 99)
ComposersRicky Hyslop, Ben McPeek (Canada 100)
Country of originCanada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes9
Executive producerThom Benson
ProducersRon Kelly (Canada 98), Michael Rothery (Canada 98,99,100), Daryl Duke (Canada 99), Hugh Kemp (Canada 99), Ron Bashford (Canada 100)
Production locationCanada
CinematographyGrahame Woods (Canada 98), Norman Allin (Canada 98), David Carr (Canada 99), Ken Gregg (Canada 100) (camera), Jack V. Long (Canada 99) (cinematography)
Original release
ReleaseNovember 25, 1964 (1964-11-25) –
April 16, 1967 (1967-04-16)

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