Lily is the only girl at school without a phone. That is until she finds one in the recycle bin - a magical phone that transforms her into the popular girl she always dreamed of being - new friends, new looks, a boyfriend. Her best friend Sierra believes the power of a fairy tale is at work - and when the phone dies the spell is broken. Lily soon realizes she can’t live without her new phone. But when Sierra secretly steals it back, Lily discovers she never really needed it, or the boyfriend. The confidence the phone gave her was within her all along.
The forces of fairy tales continue to infiltrate the lives of Lily and Sierra and all their friends and foes at school. They discover love and adventure and help others find it too.
Roobha, a young South Asian trans woman, struggles with the issue of gender identity, and is apprehensive that her conservative family will not understand her. Finally, she gathers courage to confront them, and is promptly ostracized. Unable to make a decent living, she walks the streets of Toronto. Shortly, she musters up a clientele. One night, she is assaulted by a homophobic group. She recovers with the help of her transgender friends. A few weeks later, while dancing at a pub she is harassed by some men. The pub owner, Anthony, comes to her rescue, and throws the thugs out. Anthony and Roobha are inexplicably drawn towards each other, and a rapturous romance ensues. However, Anthony's familial affiliation, failing health, and final death throws Roobha into a conundrum once again.
Damon (Kristian Bruun) spends his waking hours searching for that elusive something. Whether it’s for deeper meaning, love, or just “treasure” on the beach with his metal detector, but to no avail. So when Damon meets an offbeat musician named Phoebe (Cara Gee) handing out flyers for a one way trip to Mars, a bond quickly forms. She’s
going to help him find that thing he is looking for by sending him 33.9 million miles away, even though what he needs might be right in front of him.
"Lovers in a Dangerous Time" is about the solace found in childhood love. Todd Timmins (the boy that stayed) and Allison Adamson (the girl that left) are two former childhood friends that are reunited at their high school reunion. Being around each other again triggers all the regrets of growing older, all the fears and pain they’ve held since youth and the longing to just escape from all of it. To further complicate matters they have feelings for each other that are lost somewhere between sharing a bathtub at three, teenage angst and their adult fear of commitment. Their only refuge is to hang on to their youth for as long as they can.
Two former childhood friends, Todd and Allison, embark on a romantic yet dangerous journey from being reunited at their ten year high school reunion, to sorting out what it means to have shared a bathtub at three, where raging brotherly feuds, teenage bush parties and childhood memories only delay their impending return to adulthood. (But don’t think they'll go without a fight!)
TRU, 37, is a serial bed-hopping lesbian who cannot commit to a relationship or a job for long...that is, until she meets ALICE, 60, a beautiful widow, who has come to town at the last minute to visit her daughter, SUZANNE, 35, a too-busy corporate lawyer and Tru's friend. Alice and Tru begin to forge an unlikely friendship...and more. Suzanne, who has a deeply conflicted relationship with her mother and a complicated past with Tru, becomes increasingly alarmed at the growing bond between Tru and her mother. Tensions escalate after Suzanne witnesses an intimate moment between them. She tries to sabotage the budding romance, but it backfires, as Tru Love is hard to contain.