This fall, APTN is offering a host of powerful new shows by, for and about Indigenous Peoples to viewers across Canada.
APTN announces special broadcast, Remembering the Children: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, to air on all platforms in honour of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Join us for APTN Indigenous Day Live 2022 (IDL 2022) at the Forks in Winnipeg, Man., on June 18!
“Shadow of the Rougarou,” aptly dubbed an “Indigenous horror” and “dark western,” will premiere on APTN lumi on May 9, 2022.
This spring, APTN is delighted to share an exciting new lineup of programming with Canadian audiences.
APTN is proud to be bringing Inconvenient Indian, a film from the National Film Board of Canada and 90th Parallel Productions, to audiences across Canada on April 8, 2022.
APTN lumi to feature an extraordinary collection from acclaimed Indigenous filmmaker and activist, Alanis Obomsawin
On December 1, 2021, APTN is proud to present the Alanis Obomsawin collection on APTN lumi. This one-of-a kind collection spans four decades and chronicles the lives, stories and issues faced by Indigenous Peoples all over Turtle Island.
On Sept. 30, for the first time in this country’s history, Canadians will observe a statutory holiday in honour of residential school survivors, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Honouring Indigenous survivors, families and communities for the first annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
As the first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (NDT&R) approaches, APTN and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) would like to invite all Canadians to honour residential school survivors and reflect on the lasting impact of the residential school system on Indigenous Peoples.
APTN Indigenous Day Live 2021 brings a joyous celebration of the 25th National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) to screens across Canada on June 20, 2021, showcasing Indigenous Peoples’ long heritage and lively, diverse cultures.
APTN’s language revitalization campaign Speak With Pride launched on March 31, 2021, on National Indigenous Languages Day. The nation-wide interactive engagement platform encourages Indigenous Peoples to speak their language with pride.
APTN is delighted to invite our audiences to tune in to our new and exciting spring programming. As the weather starts to heat up, so does our schedule!
This article was originally published in Playback on March 17, 2021.
Adam Garnet Jones will join the organization as director of TV content and special events, while director of marketing Lisa Ducharme has moved over to the programming side.
APTN has carefully weighed the possibility of producing NHL games in Plains Cree again this year. Unfortunately, given the challenges of COVID protocols around logistics and travel, we’ve made the decision to stay on the bench this season.
APTN is thrilled to share its holiday lineup and winter programming, filled with diverse and original content. Watch out for new series, seasons and specials that are sure to entertain and educate over the colder months.
Chuck Hughes is a well-known chef, TV personality and co-owner of top Montreal restaurants. He has embarked on a new adventure with Chuck and the First Peoples’ Kitchen, where he visits Indigenous communities and learns about their culinary arts. APTN sat down with Chuck to chat about his experience creating the show.
This fall, the recording sessions of APTN Indigenous Day Live Winter Solstice brought together musicians of all stripes. Artists recorded in Winnipeg, Halifax, Montreal and remote locations in preparation for the broadcasts airing December 21-25 on APTN.
In belated honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, APTN invites you to illuminate the night with a unique adaptation of APTN Indigenous Day Live (IDL).
This piece was originally published in The Globe and Mail on Nov. 22, 2020 as part of the publication’s “Indigenous Leaders” series.
On Sept. 25, 2020, APTN, The Guardian Australia, High Country News and the Texas Observer released a collaborative investigative project called “The Anti-Indigenous Handbook.”
APTN is excited to announce its fall 2020 schedule – a season filled with authentic new educational programming and the latest seasons of returning favourites.
APTN started with a radical idea: that Indigenous peoples must tell their own stories, to empower us to design our own ways of articulating who we are, why we are here, and where we are going if we are to truly self-determine.
Tune into the Summer Solstice Concert on June 21 and Concert du solstice d’été on June 22 for a virtual celebration in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Launched in the fall of 2019, this streaming platform gives viewers unprecedented access to programming made by, for and about Indigenous Peoples.
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APTN chatted with Ron E. Scott, director/creator/showrunner of the hit show Blackstone to discuss his APTN crime-drama TRIBAL.