20 Minute Bonus Featurette: "Titanic Victims in Halifax" 24 Chapter Selections April 15, 1912, 2:20 AM, the Royal Mail Steamer Titanic slips beneath the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Left behind are more than 1,500 men, women and children. In the days following the disaster four vessels depart from Canada in search of the victims scattered across the vast ocean. The Canadian Province of Nova Scotia responds to this disaster with ships, coroners and comfort to the devastated families. "Titanic Canada" takes the viewer on a tour of the beautiful province. From Yarmouth, where some pieces of the sailing ship Samson (some believe it to be the 'mystery ship' located between the Titanic and the Californian) have been preserved, to the far northern reaches of the Cabot Trail where an artifact is housed at a museum in Cape North. Along the way you'll explore the building that was home to John Snow and Sons funeral parlor, where many of the victims were taken. Three cemeteries in Halifax which contain 150 of Titanic's dead. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, which houses one of the best exhibits in Canada. The film is filled with archival footage and photographs intermixed with interviews, and tours of the locations that have embedded Titanic in Nova Scotia's history.