On a daily basis, high-stakes buyers descend upon repossessed and forgotten storage units all across Canada. OLN's Storage Wars: Canada follows four teams hoping to score big on a modern treasure hunt. Following Roy Dirnbeck, Cindy Hayden and Rick Coffill, Ursula Stolf and father-son duo Paul and Bogart Kenny, the series explores the world of these experienced and determined buyers. Having just five minutes to explore the unit before it goes up for auction, the buyers bid for a locker full of what could be a load of trash, or a grand treasure. With all levels of experience, these teams do whatever it takes to find the next big deal.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Storage Wars: Canada - OLN - Netflix
OLN (formerly Outdoor Life Network) is a Canadian English-language Category A specialty channel. OLN primarily broadcasts factual-based adventure-related programming and reality television series primarily aimed at male audiences. OLN is wholly owned by Rogers Media, although the “OLN” name continues to be licensed from Bonnier Group, publishers of Outdoor Life magazine.
Storage Wars: Canada - History - Netflix
Licensed in September 1996 as Outdoor Life by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the channel launched on October 17, 1997, as Outdoor Life Network. Its initial owners were Baton Broadcasting (later CTVglobemedia), Rogers Media, and the Outdoor Life Network in the U.S., which was later acquired by Comcast. It was announced on November 16, 2007, that Rogers would acquire the remaining interests in OLN from both CTVglobemedia and Comcast, leaving Rogers as the sole owner of OLN. The deal was approved by the CRTC on July 7, 2008, and was finalized on August 1, 2008, with Rogers taking operational control on August 31, 2008.
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