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June 2017

Music Is The Medicine

June 26
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Music Is The Medicine "Music is the Medicine" follows one of Canada’s most recognizable Indigenous artists, as he sets out to release his next album, with high hopes of achieving mainstream success. Over the past 20 years Derek Miller has built a highly devoted fan base, received numerous awards – all the while struggling with addiction and personal loss. This documentary shows a new, reinvigorated singer-songwriter emerging, who is more determined than ever before.

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July 2017

Spirit Pole

July 3
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"The Spirit Pole Journey - Carving a Moment in History" A unique art project launched to commemorate Cowichan and the North American Indigenous Games which were held in Duncan, BC in 2008. Follow the journey as thousands of people have a moment with carver, Carey Newman, as he travels the province of British Columbia with the 20 foot ancient cedar Spirit Pole.

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Tribal Journey: Paddle to Quwatsun

July 10
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Native people of British Columbia’s Northwest Coast have a bond with the canoe like no other. The respect for these wood carved items started hundreds of years ago. To honor their ancestors, hundreds of individuals paddle from Bella Bella to Cowichan. Unexpected emotions and incredible transformations take place while manipulating across treacherous waters. While the journey challenges participants physically, spiritually, and mentally, the outcome is nothing short of magical.  

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Sex, Spirit, Strength

July 17
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Sex, Spirit, Strength follows Michael and Jack, two brave young Indigenous men, as they shed the stigma and shame associated with their sexual health and gender identity in order to make a positive difference in their communities. Click for more

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What’s The Big Idea?

July 24
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The next Big Idea could be something that could change the world. It could be an idea that could save the planet. It could be a revolutionary idea that could turn its inventor into a millionaire. Who Wouldn't want that?! Presenters have traveled across the nation. Each will be given 10 minutes to make their pitch to get their business off the ground.

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Chasing Lear

July 31
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As a young theatre student August Schellenberg, saw his first play, King Lear.  Over the years Augie often spoke of how he'd love to see an all Native Shakespeare play.  Four decades later, a phone call brought tears to Augie’s eyes as his dream was promised to be reality.  Chasing Lear takes viewers behind the scenes during dress rehearsals, prop making, and costume fitting as an all-Aboriginal cast performing Shakespeare on an A-house main stage is a first in Canadian History.

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August 2017

Carry The Fire

August 7
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As an educator, Raoul McKay dedicated himself to sharing stories, inspiring change, and influencing hundreds of students that were in his care.  The efforts and determination in this man have changed the face of Canada forever first as a teacher, and later as a documentary film producer. See how Raoul McKay, the legend, the achiever, made a great difference for people across our Nation in Carry The Fire.    

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Skye & Chang

August 14
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NSI Aboriginal Documentary Program

August 21
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Four short films in a one hour special! Alice & Kevin from director Sam Vint and producer Chris Read This is the story of Alice Taylor, a life-long resident of the remote fly-in community of St. Theresa Point First Nation. She spends just about every day caring for her adult son Kevin who has cerebral palsy and needs Alice’s round-the-clock assistance. With Alice’s own health in decline she finds it increasingly difficult to care for her son. She knows Kevin…

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APTN First Tracks

August 28
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Canadian Aboriginal Musicians have had a chance to produce a video with the help of APTN! We're thrilled to share these with you on APTN First Tracks!

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