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.
As Season 10 of APTN Investigates unfolds, each week you can hear one-on-one interviews with the people who created the show, who made their contributions and moved on and those who continue the work today.
APTN Executive News Director Karyn Pugliese asks the questions. It’s a new interview every Friday.
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Retrospective: Through the Looking Glass
For a long time Paul Barnsley was the only investigative journalist on the Native beat, and today he remains one of the most respected journalists among Indigenous people in Canada. In Through the Looking Glass he talks about his career and offers wisdom from his own experience to non-Aboriginal reporters breaking in on the beat.
Barnsley won the life-time achievement award for human right reporting, and has mentored dozens of Indigenous journalists.
Originally aired October 14, 2018
Retrospective: The story that saved lives
Award-winning Cheryl McKenzie, known as the face of APTN for more than a decade speaks about her career, a breakthrough story that saved dozens of lives, and the of launch Investigative journalism by Indigenous peoples – a first in the world.
Originally aired October 7, 2018