APTN Schedule

Today is September 18th, 2019

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12:00

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Wednesday
Sep 18
Mystery Road

Detective Jay Swan teams with local cop Emma James to investigate a missing person's case that he soon realizes is much more complex than he initially thought.

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1:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Cleverman

Problems at the Containment Center create further panic; Waruu and Koen reject Slade's offer to help in a mysterious laboratory.

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2:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Dreamcatcher Bios

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2:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
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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3:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
The Cleaner

William comes to the aid of a woman whose teenage daughter is involved with transporting drugs.

4:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Blackstone

A shooting star tests the community.

5:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
APTN National News

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

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5:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
APTN Investigates

Families of those who died in Sydney, N.S., say their cases were closed without proper investigation, and are losing faith in the process.

6:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Taken

Stories of the mysteries surrounding cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

6:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Taken

Stories of the mysteries surrounding cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

7:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Travelling around the Okanagan Valley, Art shows Dan how to live off the land and still make a mouthwatering elk dish. Micisok!

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7:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Even in the heart of Canada’s biggest city, Dan still knows which markets and shops to go to in order to get the freshest of ingredients. Bon Appétit!

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8:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Sans Réserve

L'entrepreneure sociale Nadine St-Louis se voit doter de plusieurs missions dans la vie dont celle de rendre équitable et profitable toutes les oeuvres artistiques créées par les Premières Nations.

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8:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Adrénaline

Des compétitions locales au Championnat canadien, Maika Robertson ne ménage pas les efforts pour devenir une grande patineuse de vitesse.

9:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Policier autochtone

À Wendake, les policiers doivent faire de la prévention pour contrer l'ivresse au volant lors d'un tournoi de hockey; à Wemotaci, un homme visé par un mandat est arrêté; cette semaine, Martin et Nick de Wendake sont occupés par le tournoi de hockey.

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9:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Première ligne

Près de Wemotaci, l'ambulancier Jean-François Cloutier doit récupérer en forêt un travailleur allergique piqué par une guêpe.

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10:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Sentier

Jean-Christophe profites d'une période de vacances pour aller visiter le service de police de Montréal et ce qu'il y découvre le fascine et le motive au plus haut point.

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10:30

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
Motetan Mamo

Faire de l'intervention sociale dans une communauté comme Manawan ou en milieu urbain ce n'est pas la même réalité. Une autochtone et une Québécoise discutent de leur approche.

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11:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
North of 60

The band council tries to impeach Albert; Nathan learns Teevee will testify against him.

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12:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Hard Rock Medical

Gina's tuition is paid anonymously. Charlie fails to save a dying miner. Dr. Healy and Nancy attend to a famous Aboriginal artist, while Dr. Helvi helps a miner who might have swallowed some precious gemstones.

12:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
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

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Princesses

Before colonization every tribe/nation had its own sense of fashion.

1:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Queen of the Oil Patch

Despite not having the proper equipment, Massey discovers a truth about himself out in the forest; Iceis travels to Winnipeg to take part in the first two Spirit Powwows ever held in Manitoba.

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2:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Skindigenous

The Sulu'apes carry on a sacred practice whose origins lie in legend.

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2:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
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

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Dream Big

Kawehnoke’s love of comic book super heroes has inspired his dream career: he wants to create and draw his very own comics.

3:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Red Earth Uncovered

Tom tells Shayla to head to Harrison Hot Springs to begin her search for the elusive Big Foot.

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4:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Hit the Ice

The girls wake up relieved that they have made the cut; the girls head to the Canadian Forces Base in Petawawa, where they will be required to overcome challenges and, for a few, face their fears head on.

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4:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
Hit the Ice

Erin is presented with an opportunity.

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5:01

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
North of 60

The band council tries to impeach Albert; Nathan learns Teevee will testify against him.

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6:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
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
Sep 18
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.

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7:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
The Other Side

A family endures years of paranormal experiences after moving a house to a new spot.

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7:30

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
The Other Side

The team is called in when an aggressive spirit violates a family's privacy.

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8:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
First Contact

The group travels south to Thunder Bay, where a number of tragic incidents have exposed racist attitudes towards Indigenous people; A meeting with residential school survivors in southern Ontario shocks the group.

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9:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
On the Ice

Two teenage best friends cause a tragic accident with another boy and weave a web of lies to avoid taking responsibility.

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11:00

pm
Wednesday
Sep 18
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
Sep 18
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.

CC

12:00

am
Wednesday
Sep 18
On the Ice

Two teenage best friends cause a tragic accident with another boy and weave a web of lies to avoid taking responsibility.

CC|DVS