APTN Schedule

Today is July 10th, 2020

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12:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Hell on Wheels

When Elam returns, Cullen tries to reconnect; Durant puts an old problem to rest.

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1:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Hell on Wheels

In order to ensure his family's safety, Cullen makes a decision; Campbell hires a new federal marshal with hopes of cleaning up the streets.

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2:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Hell on Wheels

Cullen faces off against the new marshal to recover his arrested railroad workers; Campbell confronts Louise.

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3:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Songs From the Inside

An emotional finale where artists return for the last and prisoners hear their songs for the first time. An unforgettable conclusion to a journey through creative songwriting.

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4:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
24: Live Another Day

As tension increases between President Heller and Prime Minister Davies, one of them takes matters into his own hands; Jack wants to use someone unexpected as bait in order to locate Margot; suspicions are raised about Kate's husband.

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5:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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5:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN Investigates

The oil-rich Sawridge First Nation in Alberta has a tiny population, just over 40 on-reserve members; Tamara Pimental looks at the story of a daughter of former Chief Walter Twinn who has been fighting to be included.

6:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Our People, Our Land

A look at Nunavik's housing shortage.

6:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Motetan Mamo

Guy Niquay de Manawan organise un événement visant à faire bouger les jeunes; faire le tour du Lac Saint-Jean en vélo; cette année, la cycliste olympique Lyne Bessette les accompagne.

7:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Première ligne

À Mashteuiastsh, le secouriste Raymond Launière porte assistance à un jeune hockeyeur blessé au cou.

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7:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Première ligne

L'infirmière Lucille Lamothe est en poste au dispensaire lorsqu'on lui amène une dame presque inanimée, prise de violents vomissements; on devra la réanimer à trois reprises avant de pouvoir procéder à son transport par avion vers Sept-Îles.

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8:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Orignal & marmelade

Dan et Art partent à la chasse au faisan dans la campagne du Lincolnshire. Ils sont hébergés dans un manoir du 17e siècle, où Art ne se sent pas dans son élément. Le garde-chasse leur explique combien la chasse a transformé le paysage du Royaume-U

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8:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Orignal et marmelade

Art emmène Dan dans une communauté du nord de la Colombie-Britannique pour participer à une chasse aux castors, une part importante de la cosmologie et de l'histoire des Premières Nations.

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9:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
La terre en nous

Ce n'est plus un secret pour personne, le monde a un problème avec les déchets, mais certaines initiatives canadiennes sont inspirantes.

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9:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Nouvelles Nationales d'APTN

Le premier bulletin national francophone est composé de reportages, d’enquêtes, de portraits de membres des communautés et d’entrevues pour mettre en perspective les nouvelles de la semaine.

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10:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Sans Réserve

La cinéaste et cofondatrice du Wapikoni Mobile, Manon Barbeau, n'oubliera jamais ses voyages chez les Apaches et chez les Innus, à Mingan; ses rencontres avec la culture autochtone la marqueront à tout jamais.

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10:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Tout court

Les jeunes de Manawan décrivent et écrivent les préjugés dont ils sont souvent la victime; film poétique qui célèbre la beauté et la force séculaire de l'arbre; Sébastien Aubin, cri francophone de la nation d'Opaskwayake, au Manitoba.

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11:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
North of 60

Brian is tempted by a beautiful woman; Peter and Andrew have a confrontation over the closing of the treatment center.

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12:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
First Talk

Chatty Matty returns with an interview with celebrity Doctor Evan Adams; Tamara tries out cool sculpting as a way to get rid of unwanted fat with mixed results; Chef George Sinclair demonstrates how to cook some scrumptious low-carb recipes.

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12:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Quest Out West: Wild Food

Tracey takes her guest to a certified organic garlic farm.

1:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Feast

Tiffany prepares venison stew and corn muffins; tips on handling hot peppers.

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1:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Dan hatches a plan to de-pluck the mystery that shields the chicken industry.

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2:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Crazy Like a Lynx

Don and Dakota join the workforce of Flurer Smokery in Campbell River, BC to discover what makes this international distributing seafood processing company so successful.

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2:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Kai Safari

Pio and Sonia harvest a variety of tasty food from around the coastal city of Ahuriri, Napier.

3:01

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Songs From the Inside

An emotional finale where artists return for the last and prisoners hear their songs for the first time. An unforgettable conclusion to a journey through creative songwriting.

DVS

4:01

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Hit the Ice

The prospects face a second scrimmage.

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4:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
First Talk

Doctor Kay Wong demonstrates the newest naturopathic trends; fitness expert Gibs Somol gives tips on how to lose that last 20 pounds; Chef George Sinclair demonstrates how to make a delicious venison loin.

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5:01

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Tuesday
Jun 30
North of 60

Brian is tempted by a beautiful woman; Peter and Andrew have a confrontation over the closing of the treatment center.

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6:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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6:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN Investigates

Cullen Crozier investigates the Adopt Indian and Métis program, a government policy which adopted out Indigenous children to non-Indigenous homes, and why Métis survivors are being left out of a settlement agreement.

7:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Dreamcatcher Bios

Taboo, aka Jimmy Gomez, is a member of Grammy-winning hip hop group, The Black Eyed Peas.

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7:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
First Across the Line

James Lavallée, a Métis from Winnipeg, is a kayaker that has been competing for years and is now ready to qualify in the Olympics for Team Canada; Cathy Rice from Kahnawake, speaks about her connection with the sport and with Mother Nature.

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8:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Power to the People

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8:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Skindigenous

When Haida artist Kwiaahwah Jones picked up traditional Haida tattoo practices that were once outlawed, she inspired a whole new generation to embrace their Haida culture and make it their own.

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9:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Queen of the Oil Patch

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9:30

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Queen of the Oil Patch

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10:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Strange Empire

Slotter appoints a new sheriff; Kat questions whether or not she truly represents justice.

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11:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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11:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 30
APTN Investigates

Cullen Crozier investigates the Adopt Indian and Métis program, a government policy which adopted out Indigenous children to non-Indigenous homes, and why Métis survivors are being left out of a settlement agreement.

12:00

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Tuesday
Jun 30
Queen of the Oil Patch

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