Projects

This is Turtle Island

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Chuck and Andy Clément are two fun-loving Métis brothers who explore environmental concerns in various parts of the world to demonstrate how the changes are affecting our water, our air, our wildlife, our vegetation and of course the impact on our people, and in particular the affects the changes are having on Aboriginal communities.       Clip courtesy of Media RendezVous and Summerhill Entertainment.

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Dr. Greenie’s Mad Lab

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The MAD LAB app is an interactive mobile iOS application featuring an appisode and companion games starring Planet Echo’s loveable mad scientist Dr. Greenie and his trusted sidekick GP. The first appisode,  “The Case of the Missing Greeniecycle“, is a narrative-driven scientific adventure that pits Dr. Greenie against his arch nemesis, a virtual character known simply as “The Skink”. As always, poor old GP finds himself being squished in the middle as these two science titans engage in their kid-friendly battles between good and evil! And either before, during or after...

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Aboriginal Day Live 2012

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Featuring amazing performances by the likes of Buffy Sainte-Mary, Kashtin, Plex, Inez and more, ABORIGINAL DAY LIVE 2012 is a variety and performing arts series that showcases the remarkable talents of some of the brightest Aboriginal performers hailing from all corners of Turtle Island. Filmed live in 2012 from Winnipeg, Manitoba and Regina, Saskatchewan, people from all across Canada came together during the summer solstice to celebrate their unique and diverse cultures through music, dance, comedy, visual arts and many other forms of cultural and artistic expression. The Aboriginal Day...

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The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games

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In 2010, Charles Clément acted as the French Network Host for APTN’s coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network played an integral role in the unprecedented coverage delivered to Canadians by the Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. APTN’s participation in the Games was a landmark in the global television industry as it was the first time the Games were broadcast in First Nations, Inuit and Métis languages, all of which served in the advancement of Aboriginal cultures and in the promotion and preservation of Aboriginal languages in...

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Aboriginal Day Live 2010

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Featuring amazing performances by the likes of Chantal Kreviazuk, Kinnie Star, Don Amero, Keith Secola and more, ABORIGINAL DAY LIVE 2010 is a variety and performing arts series that showcases the remarkable talents of some of the brightest Aboriginal performers hailing from all corners of Turtle Island. Filmed live in 2010 from Winnipeg, Manitoba and Ottawa, Ontario, people from all across Canada came together during the summer solstice to celebrate their unique and diverse cultures through music, dance, comedy, visual arts and many other forms of cultural and artistic expression. The...

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