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APTN - Aboriginal People's Television Network

APTN

http://aptn.ca/


Aboriginal People's Television Network contributes stories for Yukoners to engage in their authentic programming.  Their programming is related to Aboriginal peoples, including documentaries, news magazines, dramas, entertainment specials, children's series, movies, sports events, educational programs and more. APTN's network programming is approximately 56% English, 16% French, and 28% Aboriginal languages.


To learn more visit their website aptn.ca

To date we've had 3 writers Sheldon McRae, Chantelle, and Sylvia Kolopenuk


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Issue: 2019-06-19, Emeraude Photography

National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, is right around the corner. There’s so much to celebrate during this nationwide statutory holiday. Read more

Yukon Culture

Whitehorse resident Dennis Allen has crafted a successful career out of telling stories close to his heart: stories of life and culture of the people of the North. Read more

Yukon Culture

Blackstone is a raw, authentic drama that tells the story of the fictitious Blackstone First Nation, suffering disintegration by its own corrupt leadership. From within the community, young leaders emerge opposing the status quo to create lasting and Read more

Photography - Film

Shirley McLean comes from a family of storytellers and continues the tradition, but adds her own spin. For 17 years she's worked in mainstream and non-mainstream media and produced documentaries on issues focusing on First Nations across Canada. Read more

Yukon People

The concept behind the TV series Warrior Games is to bring sport back to where it all began: when elders passed down these wonderful games, both traditional and contemporary, to the youth. Read more

Yukon Active

Generations of First Nations Peoples across Canada are still trying to come to terms with experiences they and their families had in residential schools. A new film called We Were Children is a visual narrative of residential school survivors' exper Read more

Photography - Film

The season kicked off in early September with a panel of Canadian and Aboriginal pundits as they discussed the recent federal ministry name change of INAC (Indian and Northern Affairs Canada) to AANDC (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Cana Read more

Photography - Film

The story follows a young woman's journey to revive the ancient Inuit tradition of face tattooing. Inuit tattoos have been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten. Inuk woman, filmmaker, and Iqaluit resident Alethea Arnaquq-Baril struggles ... Read more

Photography - Film

The exciting and hilarious Candy Show is back with your backstage pass to see some of Canada's best musicians and performers, every Thursday at 9:30 ET/MT. Read more

Photography - Film

APTN

http://aptn.ca/

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is set to stage its annual celebration of National Aboriginal Day in Canada. This year's fifth anniversary event will be shining bigger, brighter and better than ever. Read more

Yukon Culture

APTN

http://aptn.ca/

APTN broadcasts a wide variety of Hollywood films, with features four nights per week and additional matinees on weekends. A lot of viewers wonder how we choose our films. If APTN is an Aboriginal network, what does that have to do with Read more

Yukon Culture

Have you ever wondered how your kids can become more involved with National Aboriginal Day? Or maybe you're a teacher who wants your students to be more interested in celebrating the culture of Canada's Aboriginal Peoples. Read more

Yukon Culture

Cooking With the Wolfman returns for its eighth season, this time heating up with a brand new culinary cook-off format that will keep viewers culturally informed and highly entertained. Read more

Yukon Culture

Tansi! For those unfamiliar with Aboriginal languages, 'tansi' is a friendly greeting in the Cree language somewhat akin to 'hello' in English. It is a word used often in one of APTN's most popular children's programs, Nehiyawetan. Read more

Photography - Film

While APTN is ushering in the New Year with a number of great new shows, perhaps the biggest buzz will come from the premiere of the long-awaited, controversial dramatic series based on a pilot of the same name that debuted on APTN in the fall Read more

Photography - Film

The holiday season might be the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the busiest. So take a break from the hustle and bustle, throw a log on the fire, make some hot cocoa and tune in for APTN's special December programming. Read more

Yukon Music

Kreviazuk, of course, is a world-renowned contemporary singer/songwriter and pianist; Arcand is a Canadian actor perhaps best known for his role in the popular drama series North of 60; and Secola is an award-winning folk & blues rocker, master guita Read more

Yukon Music

Music is in the air at APTN. During the month of May, we'll be featuring some of the best musical talent this country has to offer and some future contenders. Many of the most talented musicians in Canada are from Aboriginal communities, and while o Read more

Yukon Music

One of the things some viewers may not realize about APTN is that we regularly broadcast award-winning, informative, inspiring and thought-provoking documentaries. Read more

Photography - Film

Which APTN programs do you like to watch? Would you watch them online? What do you like most about our network? What would you change if you could? We want to know. Read more

Photography - Film