APTN News

APTN News

@APTNNews

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Covering the stories that others won't.

Joined on August 27, 2009
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @APTNNews and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
1
Average retweets
21
Average likes
66
Tweets with photos
20 / 100
Tweets with videos
25 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

19. in country Canada and category Broadcast Show

61. in country Canada and category Entertainment

934. in country Canada

APTN News
11 hours ago

“As a Metis woman it makes me very proud to speak my language to speak the language in the classroom with the kindergarteners and I can see it already even though we’ve only been here for two weeks with these little ones,” said Sandra Laliberte. https://t.co/K2LS0F04No

APTN News
11 hours ago

ICYMI: Social distance pow-wows have taken place over the internet ever since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold across the country, forcing many to change plans. But organizers in Quebec were dead set on making one happen in real life – and pulled it off. https://t.co/sgpEBAzz9S

Quoted @APTNNews

The siege of the community, which started over plans to expand a golf course on sacred land, ignited an international media firestorm. | @sentimtl https://t.co/OfFDg5H9Et

30 years ago today the so-called “Oka Crisis” ended. One of its many legacies is how afterwards many Kanienʼkehá꞉ka (Mohawk) decided to change how stories are reported in their communities. Great work from my colleague @sentimtl https://t.co/MlrPIHRdM8

Today at Saulnierville wharf @APTNNews https://t.co/6xDYckmypm
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Today at Saulnierville wharf @APTNNews https://t.co/6xDYckmypm

APTN News
14 hours ago

The initial goal was $50,000 but with donations from across the country including GoFundMe, corporate sponsors and even 50/50 sales in Nunavut, that goal was smashed, and they raised just over $74,000. https://t.co/FTLnpXMtL5

APTN News
14 hours ago
Aries Benuen, a 14 year old Innu hockey player from Labrador, is heading back to the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Ontario thanks to his grandfather.

Sebastian Benuen walked over 334 kilometres in nine days to fundraise his grandson's $41,900 tuition. https://t.co/YHKVXrhrQn
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Aries Benuen, a 14 year old Innu hockey player from Labrador, is heading back to the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Ontario thanks to his grandfather. Sebastian Benuen walked over 334 kilometres in nine days to fundraise his grandson's $41,900 tuition. https://t.co/YHKVXrhrQn

APTN News
16 hours ago

Alaska’s Arctic coastal plains are sacred to the Gwich’in peoples who live in Alaska and northern Canada. These plains are also critical for Porcupine caribou, the main source of food for Gwich’in communities facing food insecurity. | @saraconnorsaptn https://t.co/Wl1pETyKGp

Supporters came to Saulnierville wharf today, more expected tomorrow @APTNNews https://t.co/eLah2oDawX
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Supporters came to Saulnierville wharf today, more expected tomorrow @APTNNews https://t.co/eLah2oDawX

Without a hunting management plan – and in this case, they say, a complete moratorium for the next five years – the Chiefs from the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation agree the moose could disappear altogether. | @sentimtl https://t.co/cXRRtmtOJr

First Nations able to keep the virus out when the pandemic started, are now confirming new cases. | APTN News https://t.co/2BzVklGEcJ

For Buddy Prince the one-hour drive from his community of Brokenhead Ojibway Nation to Winnipeg is a grim reminder of his family’s history. Not far outside the community is Colonization Road – a road in the rural municipality of St. Clements. | @bhobs22 https://t.co/Ge2pxfzvcz

APTN National News Tonight: An Algonquin-enforced moose hunting ban persists despite threats from sport hunters. Fishing for a moderate livelihood continues on the East Coast. A Thunder Bay project hopes to use food as a reconciliation tool. https://t.co/fkWrOP7MNG

It's been one week since Sipekne'katik Mi'kmaw Nation launched a moderate livelihood fishery in Nova Scotia. Now the Mi’kmaw are calling on provincial and federal governments to recognize their right to sell their catch. APTN’s @angelharksen reports from Saulnierville wharf. https://t.co/Oc0EynR5lB

Algonquins in La Vérendrye wildlife reserve in Quebec have blocked sport hunters from entering their ancestral lands to hunt moose. APTN’s @sentimtl is on site with more on this story. https://t.co/OmtAfD1UJD

A new Indigenous healing garden opened to the public in the small Manitoba city of Selkirk this week. Anishnaabe Mashkiki Gitigaan or The People's Medicine Garden, was developed as part of the local school's First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies course. https://t.co/BteLxpwjsO

Joël Comeau, Acadian, 3rd generation lobster fisherman, president Maritime Fisherman’s union local 9, says the Mi’kmaw have a right to fish. ⁦@APTNNews⁩ https://t.co/fHxz0IRuxi

Joël Comeau, Acadian, 3rd generation lobster fisherman, president Maritime Fisherman’s union local 9, says the Mi’kmaw have a right to fish. ⁦@APTNNewshttps://t.co/fHxz0IRuxi

Together with @APTNNews @GuardianAus @highcountrynews & @TexasObserver we're reporting on anti-Indigenous hate groups and ideologies. In a first global, Indigenous reporting project, we expose how anti-Indigenous racism infiltrates our governments, agencies and lives.

An NDP MP from B.C. pointed out some major issues missing from the government’s Sept. 23 throne speech. Gord Johns said the government has done a disservice to many by leaving out key issues such as violence against Indigenous women and fishing rights from the speech. https://t.co/F93ZPmZSJm

Indigenous Food Circle: How this grassroots organization is tackling Indigenous food insecurity, tonight on APTN National News. Watch live online here: https://t.co/F4nxZYvM74 https://t.co/bS3JArynxk

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Anti-Indigenous sentiments and ideologies challenge self-determination, political and cultural autonomy, and the right to maintain, use and protect traditional territories and resources. https://t.co/MQ5fqKGEJD

Thanks to all of our collaborators on this important project: @highcountrynews & @GuardianAus @econhardship and @najournalists https://t.co/A7qRQx3Kvn

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