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70 episodes
Face To Face, hosted by Dennis Ward, is an interview show with a focus on Indigenous issues. We not only talk to those in the headlines, but also those who are affected by the many problems facing Indigenous urban and rural communities.

Episodes

Anishinaabe writer Waubgeshig Rice hopes popular novel will be adapted for the screen
2020 May 2623m
Some have called Moon of the Crusted Snow the perfect book for the times we’re in.
Cree doctor hopes for positive changes post-pandemic
2020 May 1923m 16s
Like many people, Dr. James Makokis never imagined the COVID-19 pandemic would be as bad as it has become on Turtle Island.
Mi’gmaw director says film industry making slow, reluctant steps towards supporting Indigenous filmmakers
2020 May 1222m 41s
Celebrated Mi’gmaw filmmaker, Jeff Barnaby believes the Canadian film industry is making “slow but albeit reluctant” steps towards supporting Indigenous filmmakers.
Families in crisis before COVID-19 will be ‘worse off’ coming out pandemic says advocate
2020 May 0522m 40s
The head of a anti-poverty advocacy group in Manitoba says it’s worried about families and the austerity measures governments are likely to put in place, post-pandemic.
Social media project leads to book deal for Cree artist
2020 Apr 2822m 10s
It all started as a social media project.
Manitoba must get ‘creative’ to keep parents, kids in care connected during pandemic
2020 Apr 2123m 19s
Manitoba’s child advocate says the province must get creative when it comes to keeping families and children in care of the state in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic where social distancing has become the rule.
‘It was a monumental moment’: APTN News playing a vital role for 20 years
2020 Apr 1421m 36s
APTN News is marking its 20th anniversary this week.
Forced sterilization a symptom of ‘colonial hangover’ says lawyer
2020 Apr 0723m 7s
More than 100 Indigenous women in Canada have come forward with stories of forced or coerced sterilization and lawyer Alisa Lombard says it’s nothing new in Canada, nor is it illegal.
Indigenous lawyer Don Worme says upbringing led him to life of fighting against injustice
2020 Mar 3123m 13s
Don Worme has taken on cases for families who have had a loved one shot and killed by police and who have died while incarcerated.
‘Nobody cares about us up there’: Attawapiskat singer songwriter Adrian Sutherland says
2020 Mar 2423m 16s
Traditionally, Adrian Sutherland made an effort to not be so politically charged in his approach to writing music.