80 episodes

APTN Investigates is the first Indigenous investigative news program in Canada, offering viewers hard-hitting reports and stories.

Produced by award-winning journalists, APTN Investigates is committed to seeking the truth for our people.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 40 Ratings

APTN Investigates is the first Indigenous investigative news program in Canada, offering viewers hard-hitting reports and stories.

Produced by award-winning journalists, APTN Investigates is committed to seeking the truth for our people.

    Climate Disaster: An Oral History

    Climate Disaster: An Oral History

    We are all climate disaster survivors. That's the belief of the creators of the Climate Emergency Project – a nationwide network of academics, journalists, and students who are creating an oral history of victims of climate change disasters. In B.C., APTN Investigates teamed up with Megaphone Magazine, The University of British Columbia and the University of Victoria to help tell the stories of climate disaster survivors from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

    • 24 min
    Business as Usual - Part 2

    Business as Usual - Part 2

    There have been renewed calls for the disbanding of the Thunder Bay Police Service.
    For more than two decades, the embattled police force has been criticized for their mishandling of sudden death cases involving Indigenous people.

    • 24 min
    Business as Usual - Part 1

    Business as Usual - Part 1

    For more than two decades, the Thunder Bay Police Service has come under fire for their mishandling of sudden death cases involving Indigenous people.
    APTN Investigates meets with families and community leaders that are still seeking justice.

    • 24 min
    Decolonizing Museums – Part 3

    Decolonizing Museums – Part 3

    APTN Investigates first reported in 2021 on the push for museums to decolonize and also repatriate Indigenous belongings and ancestors.
    In this update, Christopher Read takes you inside efforts to retrieve a Nuxalk totem pole currently in the possession of the Royal British Columbia Museum.

    • 25 min
    Hope in the Downtown Eastside

    Hope in the Downtown Eastside

    Last year, more than 2,200 British Columbians died from toxic overdoses, according to the BC Coroner Service.
    Ann Marie Sexton’s son, Chad, was one of the many people who died in 2021. Now she’s fighting to help her younger son enter recovery.

    • 24 min
    Wet’suwet’en Invasions

    Wet’suwet’en Invasions

    Three militarized police actions in support of pipeline megaprojects have taken place on Wet’suwet’en traditional territory in the last seven years. The Wet’suwet’en call them invasions. On this episode, Rob Smith takes you inside their battle against pipelines and shows you why they keep putting their bodies on the line.

    • 23 min

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40 Ratings

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Informative!

Great topics that you dont usually get information on.

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