Commercial-free, authentic Indigenous programming your child can grow with. Find show schedules below and check out the programs available to watch online.

Des émissions autochtones authentiques et sans publicité avec lesquelles votre enfant peut grandir. Consultez l’horaire de programmation ci-dessous et découvrez le contenu à visionner en ligne.

  1. Amy's Mythic Mornings

    Every Sunday morning while Amy visits her Granny, she and her two friends, Casey and Theodore, are whisked off into the magical world her grandmother's stories of traditional Aboriginal legends.

    Sundays (Coast Salish)
    6:49am MT on w
  2. Anaana's Tent

    In a very special tent in the Arctic, Rita Claire and her husky Qimmiq learn new songs, words and stories with the help of some animated friends and Inuit performers.

    Explore more at www.anaanastent.com

    Saturdays (English)
    9:53am ET on e
    Sundays (English)
    8:59am ET on e
    Saturdays (Inuktitut)
    6:28am ET on e
    6:28am CT on n
    Sundays (Inuktitut)
    6:00am ET on e
    6:00am MT on w
    6:00am & 7:17am CT on n
  3. Canot Cocasse

    Un canot cocasse, magique et multiforme, transporte deux voyageurs et les jeunes campeurs du Camp Manitou dans des aventures extraordinaires!

    en savoir plus canotcocasse.ca

    Les samedis(en français)
    7:45am, ET on e
    Les dimanches (en français)
    8:34am ET on e
  4. Doggy Day School

    Doggy Day School is the home away from home to a lovable crew of dogs and their caretaker. Every day the dogs spend their time playing together, learning about each other and the world around them, and getting in - and out - of merry mischief.

    Saturdays (English)
    8:24 & 8:36am MT on w
    8:27am & 8:39am CT on n
    Sundays (English)
    7:09 & 7:21am MT on w
  5. Iglaq

    A pair of dolls, Kalluk and Nuna, teach Inuvialuit language and culture.

    Sundays (English)
    7:33am MT on w
  6. Louis Says

    Louis, an Aboriginal elder who speaks mostly Cree, has recruited Randy, a 10-year old boy who speaks only English, to help him with his work. Every day Louis gives Randy a task. But there is one problem: How can Randy help Louis if he can't understand his instructions?

    Explore more at louissaystv.com

    Saturdays (English)
    8:01am MT on w
    8:04am CT on n
    Sundays (English)
    8:22am MT on w
    8:29am CT on n
    Saturdays (Cree)
    7:17am CT on n
    Sundays (Cree)
    6:23am MT on w
  7. Tamânevugut!

    Tamanevugut means "We are here!" Through a combination of interviews, pictures, music and video our host presents a magazine style program that focuses on the Aboriginal youth of Labrador.

    Monday & Tuesdays (Inuktitut)
    7am & 12:00pm CT on n
    Mondays (Inuktitut)
    6:30am ET on e
    6:30 ET on HD
    9:30pm ET on n
  8. Teepee Time

    Teepee Time is an animation series for pre-school kids.

    Explore more at teepeeville.com

    Saturdays (English)
    7:35am MT on w
    9:04am ET on e
    Sundays (English)
    9:50am ET on e
    7:56am MT on w
    8:03am CT on n
    Les samedis (en français)
    8:38am ET on e
    Les dimanches (en français)
    8:08am ET on e
    Saturdays (Mi'kmaq)
    6:00am MT on w
    6:51am ET on e
    6:51am CT on n
    Sundays (Mi'kmaq)
    6:23am CT on n
    6:23am ET on e
  9. Tshakapesh Superhero

    Tshakapesh Superhero takes us on a suspenseful journey full of imagination and ingenuity. .

    9:30am & 9:44am ET on e
    9:22am & 9:36am ET on e
    Les samedis (en français)
    8:10am et 8:24am ET on e
    Les dimanches (en français)
    7:40am & 7:45am ET on e
    Saturdays (Inuktitut)
    6:00am & 6:14am ET on e
    6:00am & 6:14am CT on c
    7:17am & 7:31am ET on e
    Sundays (Inuktitut)
    6:49am & 7:03am ET on e
    6:49am & 7:03am CT on c
  10. Wapos Bay

    T-Bear, Talon, and Raven are growing up in the remote northern community of Wapos Bay and learning about their unique way of life.

    Sundays (Inuktitut)
    7:40am CT on n