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APTN National News 3h
Prime Minister Trudeau and his cabinet wrapped up their retreat in Sherbrooke Quebec today. APTN’s Tom Fennario was there, where he gleaned some news for Inuit living in Quebec... And managed to ask the Prime Minister why he shuffled Jody Wilson-Raybould.
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APTN National News 4h
Dakota Plains Wahpeton Nation wants compensation for land they purchased, but were made to give up - Watch the latest here:
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APTN National News 4h
Mi’kmaq territory is gearing up for the North American Indigenous Games coming to Halifax in 2020. And the work starts now. Kevin sandy, who is from Six Nations in Ontario says he knows how important culture is and he plans to feature Mi’kmaq culture prominently.
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APTN National News 4h
APTN Reporter Ashley Brandson who was in Washington D.C. to cover first Indigenous Peoples March, shares her experience at the event.
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APTN National News 4h
There were renewed calls for a public inquiry into allegations of sexual and physical violence at the hands of a Manitoba Crown Corporation. Members from First Nations who are partnered with Manitoba Hydro on a project rallied outside of the provincial legislature Friday.
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APTN National News 4h
It wasn't as many as expected but a few thousand people took to the streets of Washington D.C. today for the first Indigenous Peoples March. They were looking to bring national attention to the injustices endured by Indigenous peoples across the globe.
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Ashley Brandson 6h
Well that’s a wrap of the Indigenous Peoples March! It was great to be a part such a historical moment.
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APTN National News 6h
Two men charged after disabled woman robbed reports .
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APTN National News 6h
Around 4,000 people came together for the in Washington, D.C. The event was created to highlight injustices facing Indigenous peoples around the globe. Those problems Indigenous people face are shockingly familiar no matter where they’re from.
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APTN National News 7h
The march is taking place in Washington, D.C. - We'll have more tonight on APTN National News.
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Kenneth Jackson 10h
Remember the story of Kanina's suicide letters being held from her family for almost two years, ones they were never told about? They were in Tikinagan's files when the chief coroner finally got them for the family AFTER we reported on it.
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Kenneth Jackson 10h
Five days before Kanina killed herself a doctor refused to involuntarily admit her to hospital after self-harming. Dr. wanted to see how counselling would work. She missed every appointment until she died.
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APTN National News 8h
Ottawa say agreement in principle reached with Kativik Regional Police Force over new contract reports who is covering the Liberal retreat.
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Tom Fennario 9h
Since this interview, Public Safety Canada has confirmed that an “agreement in principle” has been reached with he KRPF. More to come soon.
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APTN National News 10h
The Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF) in Nunavik has been without a funding agreement since April 2018. APTN's caught up to Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale to ask him why it's taking so long to get more funding for police in Nunavik.
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Kenneth Jackson Jan 17
Interview with the new minister and Charlie Angus also gives his thoughts on the shuffle.
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Ashley Brandson 10h
Former Miss Universe ⁦⁩ says “I march for my sisters that have been stolen, our land that we have to fight for, and for our people who live in 3rd world living.... we will never be silenced. We fight for our future.”
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APTN National News 11h
Child welfare agency denies knowing teen was in suicide pact, documents suggest otherwise. New report on Kanina Sue Turtle by
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APTN National News 11h
'Our people are buried here': Craig Blacksmith, CEO of Dakota Plains First Nations shows reporter a Dakota peoples cemetery an hour west of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Tonight: Refugees or Righteous
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APTN National News 12h
This young man has no training and doesn’t read sheet music, but that doesn’t stop him. Trent Montgrand shows off his pure talent on the piano. Video: Carpenter High School / Facebook
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