GPS coordinates lead Robertson to Kingston, Ontario, where he is ushered to the Collin’s Bay Penitentiary. He’s almost immediately thrown up against a mat, with his arm twisted behind his back and he quickly realizes that in this challenge, he better keep his wits about him. After training, he is put to work guarding the general population. Keeping the peace takes on a whole new meaning in this life and death scenario.
Upon receiving his next set of coordinates, it’s off to the remote corner of Labrador to join the biggest highway construction project in the region’s history. The bridge and causeway that they are building will cross the Churchill River, spanning 244 metres. Nine metres off the ground, Robertson works securing sections of the bridge while a giant crane swings the pieces – each weighing 20 tonnes – into place.