We call upon the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, as an independent non-profit broadcaster with programming by, for, and about Aboriginal peoples, to support reconciliation, including but not limited to:
- Continuing to provide leadership in programming and organizational culture that reflects the diverse cultures, languages, and perspectives of Aboriginal peoples.
- Continuing to develop media initiatives that inform and educate the Canadian public, and connect Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians.
Why “Complete”? (as of July 15, 2018)
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is the world’s first Indigenous national broadcaster dedicated to Indigenous programming. Founded in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1999, APTN’s Mission is “sharing People’s journey, celebrating our cultures, inspiring our children and honouring the wisdom of our Elders”.
Indigenous Journalism Award
The seeds of a national Indigenous television network were sown over 30 years ago. Today, APTN shares programming by, for and about Indigenous Peoples to……
September 1, 1999
APTN Mission Statement
“APTN is sharing People’s journey, celebrating our cultures, inspiring our children and humouring the wisdom of our Elders” APTN is aimed at both Aboriginal and……
January 21, 1992