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Certain stories turn into something more. They call for something outside the everyday. They can include pictures, videos, testimonials or confessions. Sometimes they’re a collection of stories to show the bigger picture.

 

We’re bringing together these pieces onto one page so that we can all read, watch and revisit a small corner of the world that has something big to say.

Behind the Thin Blue Line: Meet a secretive arm of the RCMP in B.C.

Five years ago, the RCMP created a special unit to clear the way for B.C’s major resource extraction projects.

Indigenous History Month 2022

APTN News is highlighting modern Indigenous history-makers all throughout the month of June for Indigenous History Month.

Back to Keeseekoose

Sometimes the road to freedom takes you on a detour - back to the scene of the crime. Odelia Quewezance returns to her past to chart a new future.

My name is Bill Isadore Deafy

Bill Isadore Deafy wants you to know his name. He wants you to see his face. See that he’s real. This is the story of a teenage boy who doesn’t legally exist.

Reconciliation in Rome

Residential school survivors and leaders from national Indigenous organizations are meeting Pope Francis in Vatican City, Italy.

Nipēhkātišimin

Imagine spending a day in prison for a crime you didn’t commit. Now add 30 years... This is the story of Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance.

Surviving Day School

APTN News obtained documents from the federal government that, for the first time, uncover the mystery around what officials called day schools.

100 years under Treaty 11

Treaty 11 was the last to be signed. The origin story was shared as part of the 100-year anniversary of the treaty during the summer of 2021.

Deaths, Deformities and Destruction

The truth about child welfare in northern Ontario

Stories of Survival

Residential schools survivors share their stories as the news of unmarked graves shocks the nation

Netukulimk: Our way forward

For Mi’kmaq, one guiding principle leads the way to a rights-based fishery

Class of 2021

Celebrating the Class of 2021 by displaying graduates on a virtual photowall

‘Death by a thousand cuts'

The struggle to get racism under control at Indigenous Services and Crown-Indigenous Relations

Indigenous History Month 2021

To mark Indigenous History Month, APTN News wants to take you on a journey through Indigenous historical moments