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.
There’s a new Canada Water Act in the works, and the Trudeau government says Indigenous rights will be bolstered.
APTN Investigates takes a look at what that might mean – especially for communities where clean water has been something they’ve had to fight for.
A gust of wind drifts through the prairie grass and into the city of Edmonton. A peaceful setting until you learn the history of the area.
The rural city limits have long been an informal resting ground in Alberta’s capital city, where dozens of missing women’s remains have been located, many of whom worked in the sex industry. Thirty-seven women have been found in rural areas outside of the city.
The rural outskirts of the city have been referred to as the “killing fields” by sex workers and advocates alike for decades.
People of the Dawn
After decades of lobbying, four communities in Vermont have been recognized by the state as Abenaki.
But Abenaki in Quebec are calling the process flawed... and alleging that the groups are committing cultural identity theft on their ancestral territory.
Secrets of the Bay – Part 2
There are still more questions than answers regarding the mysterious deaths of two Mohawk fishermen on the Bay of Quinte.
APTN Investigates reporter Kenneth Jackson meets with families and community members to clear the air, fill in gaps in the police investigations – and face some difficult truths.
Secrets of the Bay – Part 1
Two Mohawk fishermen went fishing on the Bay of Quinte eight years ago. They never came home. Police ruled that their deaths were accidental, but the families believe they were killed.
APTN Investigates reporter Kenneth Jackson sets out to discover what really happened that night.
The move is on to remove people whose claims to Algonquin citizenship are based on questionable information.
But legitimate Algonquin are asking themselves, has political and cultural damage already been done?
I stand behind these women and girls. These ppl are important.
Interesting and informative!
Great topics that you dont usually get information on.