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Each year from November 5th to 11th Canadians take the time to honour those who served in times of war, military conflict and peace, and to those still serving as Canadian Armed Forces members.

November 8th, Indigenous Veterans’ Day, is the day for Canadians to recognize the special contribution of Indigenous Veterans who put their lives on the line in the cause of peace and freedom around the world. We acknowledge the achievements of the over 1,200 Indigenous, Métis and Inuit men and women who have served, and continue to serve, to protect this country and the freedom we enjoy.

APTN celebrates the heroes who returned, and honours those who gave their lives in military service. We are thankful for the sacrifices and achievements of all Canadian Veterans.

As the Japanese surrender at the end of WWII, Gen. Fellers is tasked with deciding if Emperor Hirohito will be hanged as a war criminal. Influencing his ruling is his quest to find Aya, an exchange student he met years earlier in the U.S.
November 8 at 9:00pm
November 9 at 12:00am
November 9 at 3:00pm
Jimmy P. Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian
Jimmy Picard, a Native American Blackfoot who fought in France during WWII, is admitted to Topeka Military Hospital in Kansas - an institution specializing in mental illness.
November 10 at 3:00pm
November 10 at 10:00pm
November 11 at 2:00am
Storming Juno
On D-Day, June 6, 1944 at Juno Beach, Canadian troops stormed ashore to join in the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe.
November 11 at 3:00pm
Set during the height of the First World War, PASSCHENDAELE tells the story of Sergeant Michael Dunne (Paul Gross), a soldier who is brutally wounded in France and returns to Calgary emotionally and physically scarred.
November 11 at 9:00pm
November 12 at 12:00am