APTN Schedule

Today is July 10th, 2020

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12:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Queen of the Oil Patch

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12:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Queen of the Oil Patch

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1:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Strange Empire

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

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2:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Power to the People

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2:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
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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3:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
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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3:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
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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4:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Spirit Talker

A husband who died unexpectedly consoles his grieving widow and a mother relieves the guilt her son has been carrying since her passing.

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4:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Spirit Talker

Shawn visits the Maliseet community of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick where he learns the story of Malabeam; a young woman is consoled by a connection with her beloved aunt and a brother gone too soon reaches out to his grieving sister.

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5:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
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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Wednesday
Jul 1
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.

6:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Taken

The death of Jacqueline Crazybull.

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6:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Taken

A 20-year-old mother traveling to Nisku, Alberta in 2010 decides to hitchhike and is never heard from again.

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7:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Art and Dan travel to Cowichan Bay to do some spot prawn fishing.

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7:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Dan takes Art on an excursion to get everything they need to make a goose lunch.

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8:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Princesses

De nombreux concours de beauté sont organisés dans différentes communautés autochtones d'Amérique du Nord; on ne les appelle pas toujours ainsi mais à la fin une gagnante est tout de même couronnée.

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8:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Princesses

Être couronnée Miss Canada n'est pas une mince affaire; c'est beaucoup d'efforts pour un résultat plus qu'incertain; quand en plus on est autochtone les probabilités se situent entre très faibles et nulles.

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9:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Policier autochtone

On parle de l'importance pour les policiers de créer des liens de proximité avec les membres de leur communauté parce qu'être au service de sa communauté, c'est avant tout savoir l'écouter.

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9:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Première ligne

L'ambulancier Jean-François Cloutier doit se rendre à Wemotaci pour un appel urgent; sur place, il apprend qu'il s'agit d'une femme enceinte qui doit être transportée à La Tuque pour son accouchement; les choses se précipitent en cours de route.

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10:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Sentier

Une visite au poste de police de Mashteuiatsh fait comprendre aux jeunes que la passion et le respect c'est ce qui va faire d'eux de bons policiers; une période d'étude met en lumière l'entraide qu'ils ont les uns pour les autres.

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10:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
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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11:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
North of 60

A social worker questions Sarah's abilities as a mother; Teevee tries to get financing for a portable sawmill company; Elsie plans a birthday party for Lois.

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12:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
First Talk

Tamara Bell takes viewers on her weight loss journey; fitness instructor Gibs Somal goes through some easy exercises; exploring the environmental impact of the fashion industry.

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12:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Merchants of the Wild

Tempers flare as hunger, exhaustion, and no reprieve from one another pushes someone past the point of no return.

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1:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Nations at War

The Mi'kmaq nation was caught between the French and British empires in 18th century Nova Scotia.

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1:30

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
Power to the People

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2:00

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
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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2:30

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
Future History

Kris joins a seal hunt; the Commissioner of Nunavut Nellie Kusugak talks about life in Nunavut; Serain speaks with Adam Apik, of Embrace Life Council, about suicide.

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3:01

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Buy It, Fix It, Sell It

The Neon brothers meet their match with a tough negotiator while Willy hopes his music-themed artwork can fetch big money from a local record label. Tiffany’s storage solution confuses a potential buyer.

3:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Buy It, Fix It, Sell It

Willy tries to get recognition as a furniture designer while Mike thinks Joe is dead wrong about a zombie-themed project. Tiffany’s ambitious installation has a setback the night before the big reveal.

4:01

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Hit the Ice

The coaches send some players home based on their performance.

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4:30

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
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.

CC|DVS

5:01

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
North of 60

A social worker questions Sarah's abilities as a mother; Teevee tries to get financing for a portable sawmill company; Elsie plans a birthday party for Lois.

CC|DVS

6:00

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
APTN National News

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

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6:30

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
APTN Investigates: A Retrospective

Reporter Melissa Ridgen won a Canadian Association of Journalists award for her investigation into a private Winnipeg company hired to do waste collection for the prairie city; it was a deal to save up to $4.5 million per year for taxpayers.

7:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Red Earth Uncovered

Tom sends Shayla to the East Coast to see if their fairies are evil like the Bell Island fairies or if they are the same entity as Little People.

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7:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
The Other Side

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8:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Spirit Talker

Shawn visits the Maliseet community of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick where he learns the story of Malabeam; a young woman is consoled by a connection with her beloved aunt and a brother gone too soon reaches out to his grieving sister.

CC|DVS

8:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Spirit Talker

Shawn goes on a medicine walk outside Saint Mary's First Nation; seven years after her death, the spirit of a young girl comes through for her mother; Shawn makes a powerful spirit connection for a woman grieving the loss of her husband and daughter.

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9:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
The Best of Indigenous Day Live 2019

Featuring Buffy Saint-Marie, Crystal Shawanda, The Jerry Cans and Andrina Turenne.

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9:30

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Wednesday
Jul 1
The Best of Indigenous Day Live 2019

Featuring Blue Rodeo, Julian Taylor, Leela Gilday, and "Diyet & the Love Soldiers."

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10:00

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Wednesday
Jul 1
Aboriginal Day Live 2017

Singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado, musician Nelson Tagoona, the band Burnt Project 1 and EDM band Neon Dreams perform in Winnipeg City.

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11:00

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
APTN National News

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

HD|CC|SAP|New|DV
G

11:30

pm
Wednesday
Jul 1
APTN Investigates: A Retrospective

Reporter Melissa Ridgen won a Canadian Association of Journalists award for her investigation into a private Winnipeg company hired to do waste collection for the prairie city; it was a deal to save up to $4.5 million per year for taxpayers.

12:00

am
Wednesday
Jul 1
Buy It, Fix It, Sell It

The Neon brothers meet their match with a tough negotiator while Willy hopes his music-themed artwork can fetch big money from a local record label. Tiffany’s storage solution confuses a potential buyer.