New and old shows shine on APTN and Lumi

An old favorite — Moosemeat and Marmalade — has begun a new season on APTN.

Art Napoleon brings a cup of chaga coffee on to discuss what’s in store,  and the broader issue of food security and getting out of the grocery store and back to the land to nourish ourselves.

As well – a new APTN docudrama that fills in the cracks of settler history – Secret History of: The Wild West. Creator Julian Black Antelope and elder Rod Scout share why they embarked on this project to explore the impact of Indigenous historical figures.

And former Olympian Waneek Horn-Miller talks about her show Working It Out Together which is now on APTN’s streaming service, Lumi.

As wellness and fitness is more important than ever in the midst of a pandemic, she talks about decolonizing our health and how her family is staying active in a time of lockdown.

Host, Producer / Winnipeg

Melissa is a proud Red River Métis and award-winning journalist who has spent more than 24 years covering crime, courts, politics, business and entertainment for newspapers in four provinces.
She then joined APTN Investigates in 2009 and APTN National News in 2018 and in that time has garnered numerous awards and nominations including from the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network (2013), Canadian Association of Journalists (2016, 2019) and Canadian Screen Awards (2018, 2019).