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Channel 709/209 Show June 17-23

Nedaa: Yukon Land Claims History

A 4-part series from 1998 on the history of Yukon First Nation Land Claims.

Fri 1 pm, 7 pm

 

Ha Kus Teyea

The 2014 festival-gathering of the Teslin Tlingit celebrates Tlingit culture and heritage.

Sat 1 pm, 7 pm

 

Shift

The story of Tlingit youth and the Singletrack-to-Success program that helped construct 100 km of biking trails in an effort to make Carcross a world-class mountain biking destination.

Sat 2:30 pm

 

Homecoming Song

Director Daniel Janke tells the story of the ancient song that Angela Sidney sang for her son Pete when he returned home after being away at war for 6 years. 2019.

Sat 3 pm, 9:30 pm

 

Nu-Ho-Ni-Yeh (Our Story)

The struggles of the Sayasi Dene through forced relocation to Churchill,MB and their return to traditional homelands in the 1970s. Directed by Allan Code.

Sat 3:30 pm
Sun 8:30 pm

 

Dene

The 1971 film by Allan Code showing the plight of the Sayasi Dene following their forced relocation to Churchill, MB.

Sat 4:30 pm
Sun 9:30 pm

 

We Are Our Language

Documentary exploring the revitalization of indigenous languages in the Yukon Territory. Na Ho Productions, 2014.

Sat 8:30 pm

 

Journeys to Adaka

Yukon indigeneous artists are profiled in their journey to the Adaka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon. A film by Fritz Meuller and Teresa Earle, 2017.

Sat 10 pm
Sun 1 pm

 

Dakhká Khwáan Remix

Yukon's Tlingit Dakhká Khwáan Dancers create their 2017 electronic remix album "De/Re-Construct" with DJ Dash.

Sun 2 pm, 7 pm

 

YK Canada Day Drum Dance 2016

The 2016 Canada Day drum dance celebrations that took place in Yellowknife's Somba K'e Park.

Mon, Wed 2 pm, 8 pm
Sun 10 pm

 

Canol: Strange Invasion

The history of the Canol Road told through the eyes of the Dene people who worked on its construction.

Sun 3:30 pm

 

Look at my Book

Children's performers Michael Brooks, Nicole Edwards and Bluey share a fun reading adventure.

Mon-Thur 7 am, 10 am, 3 pm

 

Pictures Don't Lie

Through his own words, illuminated with family photographs, JJ Van Bibber tells the story of his life in the Yukon Territory. Directed by Lulu Keating, 2016.

Tues, Thur 1:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 10:30 pm
Sat 2 pm, 8 pm
 

Clara Hughes: Northern Journey 2014

Olympian Clara Hughes' journey across Northern Canada in May 2014  to encourage conversation about mental health.

Tues, Thur 2:30 pm, 9:30 pm
 

Yukon River Salmon

Three short films about the relationship to Yukon River salmon past, present and future. Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee.

Tues, Thur 2 pm, 9 pm
Sat 1:30 pm, 7:30 pm
 

Wild Kitchen

Host Tiffany Ayalik visits a fall fishing camp on the Kakisa River and helps build a teepee, hunt for grouse and cook fish in a ground oven.

 

Tues, Thur 1 pm, 7 pm, 10 pm

 

The Alaska Hwy 1942 - 1992

The building of the Alaska Hwy in 1942 and its legacy to the North throughout the years.

 

Mon, Wed 9 pm

 

Century That Broke the Silence

Documentary film released in 1973 on the history of telecommunications in the North.

 

Mon, Wed 10 pm

 

Maximum Limit Fishing

Ep 9. Catching white fish at Tartan rapids with a few surprises along the way.
Ep 10. Host Maxim Bloudov heads to Harding Lake to troll for trout and a fish fry.

 

Ep 9. Mon, Wed 1 pm, 7 pm
Ep 10. Mon, Wed 1:30 pm, 7:30 pm

Haa Shagoon

A show that profiles First Nation Elders and their languages.

Tues 8 pm
Fri-Sun 5 pm

Late Night Campfire

If you like the Christmas fireplace channel, you'll love our summertime campfire for a late night audience.

Daily 11 pm

Whitehorse City Council

Live proceedings of Whitehorse City Council.

Mon 5:30 pm
 

 

Yellowknife 709 Schedule

Channel 709/209 Show June 17-23

YK Canada Day Drum Dance 2016

The 2016 Canada Day drum dance celebrations that took place in Yellowknife's Somba K'e Park.

Tues, Thur 1:30 pm, 7:30 pm
Tues, Thur, Sat 10 pm
Sat, Sun 1 pm
Fri, Sun 7 pm
 

NFB: Northern Films 1960-67

Building a Kayak Pt 1 (1967) and Pangnirtung, NWT (1960)

 

Fri 1 pm, 9:30 pm
Sat 2 pm
 

Nu-Ho-Ni-Yeh (Our Story)

The struggles of the Sayasi Dene through forced relocation to Churchill,MB and their return to traditional homelands in the 1970s. Directed by Allan Code.

Fri 2 pm, 8 pm

 

Dakhká Khwáan Remix

Yukon's Tlingit Dakhká Khwáan Dancers create their 2017 electronic remix album "De/Re-Construct" with DJ Dash. Ep 1 of 3.

Sun 2 pm

 

Journeys to Adaka

Yukon indigeneous artists are profiled in their journey to the Adaka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon. A film by Fritz Meuller and Teresa Earle, 2017.

Sun 8 pm

 

We Are Our Language

Documentary exploring the revitalization of indigenous languages in the Yukon Territory. Na Ho Productions, 2014.

Sun 3:30 pm

 

NFB: CBQM

Director Dennis Allen's documentary on Ft MacPherson radio station CBQM (2009).

Fri, 3 pm, 9 pm

 

Nedaa: Yukon Land Claims History

A 4-part series from 1998 on the history of Yukon First Nation Land Claims.

Fri, 3 pm, 9 pm

 

Dene

The 1971 film by Allan Code showing the plight of the Sayasi Dene following their forced relocation to Churchill, MB.

Fri, 3 pm, 9 pm

 

Pictures Don't Lie

Through his own words, illuminated with family photographs, JJ Van Bibber tells the story of his life in the Yukon Territory. Directed by Lulu Keating, 2016.

Fri, Sun 10:30 pm

 

Boreal Herbal

Herbalist Beverley Gray welcomes Robert Dale Rogers as they explore a variety of boreal medicinal plants.

Mon, Wed 2 pm, 8 pm

 

2018 Freezin' for a Reason

The 2018 YK LETR Freezin' for a Reason polar plunge fundraiser in Long Lake. May 2018.

Mon-Thur 2:30 pm
Mon, Wed 8:30 pm
 

SJF: Addams Family

The Sir John Franklin Drama program presents the Addams Family, performed at the NACC in YK, April 2016.

Mon, Wed 9 pm

 

Maximum Limit Fishing

Ep 9. Catching white fish at Tartan rapids with a few surprises along the way.
Ep 10. Host Maxim Bloudov heads to Harding Lake to troll for trout and a fish fry.

 

Ep 7. Mon, Wed 1 pm, 7 pm
Ep 8. Mon, Wed 1:30 pm, 7:30 pm

Birch Song

Three families leave their regular lives behind to live together in the bush and make birch syrup outside of Yellowknife, NT. Keith Robertson, 2018.

Tues, Thur 1 pm, 7 pm, 9:30 pm

 

North Paws

NT filmmaker Natasha Duchene tells the story of dedicated volunteers protecting dogs in northern communities.

Tues, Thur 8:30 pm
 

Late Night Campfire

If you like the Christmas fireplace channel, you'll love our summertime campfire for a late night audience.

Daily 11 pm

 

Yellowknife TV Bingo (live)

TV Bingo live from the Yellowknife Elks Hall Sunday through Thursday starting at 5:55pm

Sun-Thur 5:55 pm