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Survey Results for ¨Warriors of the Great Wars¨!

    To help in the process of  developing a new television series in association with APTN, we launched a survey in June to better understand younger viewers’: what they liked about our new concept, and how they’re using… Continue reading

Are you aged 15-35? Take this survey to help us develop a new TV show!!

We’re developing a new TV series in association with APTN and we need your help! If you’re between 15-35 years of age, especially (but not only) if you are First Nations, Métis or… Continue reading

Watchers of the North Airing SEPTEMBER 4th, 2013!

Call your friends, clear your calendars, set your alarm clocks, VCRs, and PVRs, and book your babysitters! We’re so excited to announce Watchers of the North will hit the airways on APTN at… Continue reading

We’re Looking For a Research Intern!

With “Watchers in the North” shot and edited and awaiting broadcast, we at Picture This Productions (www.picturethis.ca) are looking for an intrepid intern with strong ties to First Nation/Inuit/Métis communities for work on a new, upcoming… Continue reading

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Originally posted on Cold Weather Operations Journal:
Watchers of the North is an upcoming six-part APTN miniseries chronicling the daily lives of the Canadian Rangers, one of the most intriguing military regiments in…

The Hunt of a Lifetime

The Taloyoak team is gearing up to head to The Gulf of Boothia for a bowhead whale hunt. This is the first time that Taloyoak will participate in a bowhead hunt since the government legalized it in 1996.

Fighting to Preserve Inuktitut:

Who do you call when 25% of the footage for your TV series is filmed in Inuktitut? Picture This contacted Kevin Kablutsiak.

Lost in the North

Canadian Rangers don’t only watch the Canadian borders; they are also the protectors of the people from the harsh nature in the North.

Fast Facts: CRPG 1

Happy Nunavut Day: Celebrating 13 years as a territory.

For nearly 50 years before Nunavut was even a territory, the 1st Canadian Rangers Patrol Group has been protecting its land and people. Almost half of the 59 patrol groups are located in… Continue reading