It was a CBC production!!

‘Halifax Explosion’ honoured at Geminis
TORONTO (CP) — A miniseries on the Halifax Explosion took a number of honours at the Gemini Awards Sunday night.
Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion took awards for a number of technical categories including, costume design, sound, photography, visual effects.
The two-part miniseries, which aired on the CBC, dramatized the 1917 blast that killed about 2,000 people and injured thousands more when a Belgian relief ship collided with a munitions vessel in the city’s harbour.
Some of the other winners included:
Best production design or art direction in a non-dramatic program or series: Astrid Janson, Shadow Pleasures.
Best production design or art direction in a dramatic program or series: Lawrence Collett, Human Cargo.
Best costume design: Trysha Bakker, Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion (Part One)
Best achievement in make-up: Mary Monforte, Gerry Altenburg, Debra Johnson, Elizabeth Rex.
Best performance in a pre-school program or series: Jason Hopley, Jamie Shannon, Nanalan’ Season 1 Free.
Best pre-school program or series: Poko.
Best animated program or series: Doodlez.
Best children’s or youth fiction program or series: Degrassi: The Next Generation.
Best children’s or youth non-fiction program or series: Swap TV.
Gemini Humanitarian Award: George R. Robertson.
Margaret Collier Award: Wayne Grigsby, for his work as a writer and contribution to Canadian television. Grigsby worked on anumber of award-winning shows including E.N.G., North of 60, Back Harbour and Trudeau.
Best performance by an actor in a guest role dramatic series: Richard Chevolleau, The Eleventh Hour.
Best performance by an actress in a guest role dramatic series: Nicky Guadagni, Blue Murder.
The awards were handed out during the Sunday Industry gala, the second in a three-day event celebrating the best in Canadian English-language television.
The CBC miniseries Human Cargo leads the pack going into the Monday night awards gala, with 17 nominations. Close behind with 15 nods is the CBC legal drama This Is Wonderland, followed by CTV’s The Eleventh Hour with 12 and CBC’s Da Vinci’s Inquest with 10.
Like the film equivalents, the Genie Awards, the Geminis are overseen by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television and are designed to honour the finest in home-grown TV production.