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Without a Trace | APTN Investigates

In the last 12 years, three Indigenous men have gone missing from the Cowichan Valley. As their families continue to search for answers, APTN Investigates ...

Cindy's Story | APTN Investigates

The Cindy Gladue case drew headlines across Turtle Island from outrage that her most private body part was cut out and displayed in court to fury over the ...

Cardston, Canada | APTN Investigates

A town in southern Alberta is under scrutiny for racist and sometimes violent incidents. Rob Smith travels to Cardston, Alberta to find out what role the area's ...

Home Sweet Home, Students Leave Thunder Bay For Traditional Break | APTN News

Every year hundreds of students leave their communities to travel for high school. Since September, APTN has been following a group of students who fly to ...

Don Burnstick APTN Joke

Don, doing what Don does best! Making us laugh!

Apprehended | APTN Investigates

Approximately 70% of the children in Saskatchewan's child welfare system are Indigenous. So, why is a system supposedly designed to help Indigenous ...

Serial killers hunting large swaths of Canada: criminologist | APTN InFocus

On this episode of InFocus: From the west coast to the Golden Horseshoe surrounding Toronto, there is evidence to suggest serial killers are hunting and ...

APTN National News July 12, 2019 – Deadly new drug hits Vancouver’s streets, NAIG 2020 countdown

In this episode of APTN National News: A deadly new drug hits the streets of Vancouver and there's no way to stop an overdose. A new jail in Quebec has better ...

Identity Crisis | APTN Investigates

We all know the Métis are descended from fur traders and Indigenous women who rose up against the Canadian government in 1869 and 1885. They became a ...

Missing youth falling victim to exploitation | APTN InFocus

In the city of Winnipeg, the number of missing person incidents has been rising in recent years. In 2017, there was nearly 11000 incidents of missing persons ...

RCMP interrogation and child apprehension in Canada | APTN InFocus

On this episode of InFocus we discuss child apprehension and the video of an RCMP officer interviewing an Indigenous teen after she reported a sexual assault.

Winnipeg councillor faces questions about her Indigenous identity | APTN News

Full interview: Newly-elected Winnipeg city councillor Sherri Rollins faced questions Friday about her Indigenous identity after first claiming she was Metis, then ...

When Child Welfare Fails | APTN Investigates

Indigenous children in the care of the state are already in a bad place. If the child welfare system fails – as it has in Alberta – things get much worse. Children ...

Challenging the way Canadians view Indigenous people when defending their lands | APTN News

Angry protestor, or grieving land and water protector? A researcher in Labrador who witnessed the Muskrat Falls protests in 2016, is challenging the way many ...

APTN National News May 14, 2019 – Flying high in rural Saskatchewan, Indian Day School Settlement

In this episode of APTN National News: Flying high in rural Saskatchewan and why one First Nations man did what he believed was the right thing to do.

APTN National News May 31, 2019 – Inquiry’s final report, Chief Wilton Littlechild | APTN News

In this episode of APTN National News: We take you on part of Gladys Radek's journey across the country, in the days leading up to the release of the final report ...

Métis, who are they? | APTN InFocus

Host Melissa Ridgen and her guests dig deep into the discussion about what makes the Métis, Métis. Some say it's simply the children of Indigenous and ...

First Contact participants reunite to speak about their 28 day journey | APTN InFocus

In this special edition of InFocus all six participants of the series, First Contact, join host Melissa Ridgen to share their thoughts on the 28 day journey that took ...

APTN National News July 10, 2019 – Allegations of inappropriate texting from AMC head, Canoe worries

In this episode of APTN National News: The provincial and territorial leaders hold their annual meeting and the location was a First Nation. Allegations of ...

To Serve and Protect | APTN Investigates

Reporter Cullen Crozier travels to Thunder Bay, Ontario to dig into the mystery surrounding the deaths of seven Indigenous youths who drowned in the city's ...

APTN National News July 8, 2019 – Wood Buffalo National Park forest fires, Traditional medicines

In this episode of APTN National News: Trappers in Wood Buffalo National Park say they are losing their livelihood because of forest fires. In a preview for their ...

APTN National News July 17, 2019 – Indigenous man dies in WPD custody, Six Nations protest

In this episode of APTN National News: For the 4th time this year an Indigenous man has died in the custody of Winnipeg Police. A long standing protest ...

‘Children are going to die’: Manitoba’s Children’s Advocate calls for change | APTN News

Its been nearly five years since the body of Tina Fontaine was pulled from a Winnipeg river in August 2014, sparking national outrage and calls for a national ...

APTN National News July 9, 2019 – Affordable apartments in Yukon, Behind the man in the gas mask

In this episode of APTN National News: A non-profit group in the Yukon is fighting the northern housing crisis by building affordable apartments. Reconciliation ...

Inside the CFS system | APTN InFocus

High apprehension rate makes families distrust child and family services (CFS) agencies. On this first of a three-part series on CFS, Host Melissa Ridgen talked ...

APTN Investigates: The Children Taken Away

On October 6th, 2017, the Government of Canada announced a settlement for survivors of the Sixties Scoop. On the episode of APTN Investigates, reporter John ...

Adopt an Indian | APTN Investigates

The Sixties Scoop - a government policy that adopted out Indigenous children to non-Indigenous homes- devastated families. In Saskatchewan the Adopt Indian ...