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We Were Children
In this feature film, the profound impact of the Canadian government’s residential school system is conveyed through the eyes of two children who were forced to face hardships well beyond their years.
September 29th, 7:00pm CT
The Grizzlies
A group of Inuit students in a small, struggling Arctic town form an unlikely bond when a new teacher introduces them to the game of lacrosse. This special team sport transforms their lives and their community forever.
September 29th, 9:00pm CT
One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk
In Kapuivik, North Baffin Island in 1961, Noah Piugattuk’s Inuit band lives and hunts by dogteam, just as his ancestors did. When a white man known as Boss arrives at the camp, what appears to be a chance meeting soon opens up the prospect of momentous change.
September 29th, 11:00pm CT
Monkey Beach
A young Indigenous woman with supernatural abilities reflects on profound events in her life as she awaits news of her brother, who has gone missing at sea under questionable circumstances.
September 30th, 1:00am CT
Reconciliation & Me
Sarain Fox leads a meaningful conversation on truth and reconciliation with five youth allies. Guided by real-life Survivor stories, they reflect together to gain an understanding of reconciliation and the importance of relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
September 30th, 3:00am CT
Indian Horse
In the late 1950s, eight-year-old Saul Indian Horse is sent to residential school, where he is denied his Ojibway language and culture. Saul finds salvation in a favourite winter pastime, hockey, but the real battle has only just begun.
September 30th, 4:00am CT
APTN Sunrise Ceremony
Greetings, ceremonies and prayers from different Indigenous regions to launch special programming on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
September 30th, 6:00am CT
Every Child Matters
“Every Child Matters: Reconciliation Through Education” examines the path of reconciliation, guided by voices from residential school survivors, Elders, Knowledge Keepers, artists and leaders from nations and cultures across the country.
September 30th, 6:30am CT
Inendi
“Inendi” follows Sarain Fox as she travels to a remote Indigenous community to visit Elder Mary Bell during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fox is in a race against time to preserve her family's legacy before the virus infiltrates their community.
September 30th, 8:30am CT
Indian Horse
In the late 1950s, eight-year-old Saul Indian Horse is sent to residential school, where he is denied his Ojibway language and culture. Saul finds salvation in a favourite winter pastime, hockey, but the real battle has only just begun.
September 30th, 9:30am CT
APTN National News Special
September 30th, 11:30am CT
Remembering the Children: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (Live Special)
“Remembering the Children” is a one-hour live broadcast in recognition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This special program honours residential school survivors, their families, their communities and all the children who never made it home.
September 30th, 12:00pm CT
APTN National News Special
September 30th, 1:00pm CT
Reconciliation & Me
Sarain Fox leads a meaningful conversation on truth and reconciliation with five youth allies. Guided by real-life Survivor stories, they reflect together to gain an understanding of reconciliation and the importance of relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
September 30th, 1:30pm CT
Nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up
Sensitively directed by Tasha Hubbard, the film follows the family of the late Colten Boushie, a young Cree man fatally shot in a Saskatchewan farmyard, as they demand justice from Canada's legal system.
September 30th, 2:00pm CT
In Jesus’ Name
Shattering the Silence of St. Anne's Residential School" is a poignant all-Indigenous English and Cree-English collaborative documentary film that breaks long-held silences imposed upon children who were interned at the notoriously violent St. Anne's Residential School in Fort Albany First Nation, Ontario.
September 30th, 4:00pm CT
My Indian Name
“My Indian Name” is a documentary that looks at the experiences of Indigenous Peoples who have been stripped of their traditional names. Today, Indigenous Peoples are resisting this assimilative practice and reclaiming the basic right to their original names.
September 30th, 5:00pm CT
APTN National News Special: Road to Truth
As we remember the children, we also remember the survivors of Canada’s residential schools. From the recovery of unmarked graves, to Pope Francis’s apology, we share their stories of survival.
September 30th, 6:00pm CT
APTN National News
Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people.
September 30th, 6:30pm CT
Remembering the Children: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
“Remembering the Children” is a one-hour live broadcast in recognition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This special program honours residential school survivors, their families, their communities and all the children who never made it home.
September 30th, 7:00pm CT
Buffy Sainte-Marie Starwalker
This special is a musical celebration of iconic singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie. In addition to a performance from Buffy and her band, those she has mentored take the stage to honour her life’s work as a musician, visual artist, activist and composer.
September 30th, 8:00pm CT
Indian Horse
In the late 1950s, eight-year-old Saul Indian Horse is sent to residential school, where he is denied his Ojibway language and culture. Saul finds salvation in a favourite winter pastime, hockey, but the real battle has only just begun.
September 30th, 9:30pm CT
The Grizzlies
A group of Inuit students in a small, struggling Arctic town form an unlikely bond when a new teacher introduces them to the game of lacrosse. This special team sport transforms their lives and their community forever.
September 30th, 11:30pm CT
Buffy Sainte-Marie Starwalker
This special is a musical celebration of iconic singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie. In addition to a performance from Buffy and her band, those she has mentored take the stage to honour her life’s work as a musician, visual artist, activist and composer.
October 1st, 1:30am CT
In Jesus’ Name
Shattering the Silence of St. Anne's Residential School" is a poignant all-Indigenous English and Cree-English collaborative documentary film that breaks long-held silences imposed upon children who were interned at the notoriously violent St. Anne's Residential School in Fort Albany First Nation, Ontario.
October 1st, 3:00am CT
My Indian Name
“My Indian Name” is a documentary that looks at the experiences of Indigenous Peoples who have been stripped of their traditional names. Today, Indigenous Peoples are resisting this assimilative practice and reclaiming the basic right to their original names.
October 1st, 4:00am CT
Inendi
“Inendi” follows Sarain Fox as she travels to a remote Indigenous community to visit Elder Mary Bell during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fox is in a race against time to preserve her family's legacy before the virus infiltrates their community.
October 1st, 5:00am CT