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Vancouver Island produced Yukon Harvest series enters second season

13-episode APTN documentary series chronicles the adventures of Indigenous guides and hunters
The second season of ‘Yukon Harvest’ will debut on APTN on May 9. It is produced by Duncan’s Rogue River Films Inc. (submitted)

Duncan’s Rogue River Films Inc. is celebrating the second season of one of their productions, Yukon Harvest.

The program will debut on APTN in English on June 10 and in Northern Tutchone on June 5.

The Canadian Screen Awards-nominated, 13-episode documentary series chronicles the adventures of Indigenous guides and hunters as they journey into the remote wilds to connect with the land, share in culture, find personal healing, and give back to the community.

Season two continues the adventures of the hunters and guides from season one now following them back into their own communities across the country.

“Filmed across Canada, Yukon Harvest highlights the beauty of the country while capturing real life stories of families, communities, connection and tradition, following real people and their emotional journeys,” said a press release for the second season.

Filming locations include Kamloops (aka T’kemlúps) and Fort St-John in B.C., Whitehorse, Mayo, Dawson City, Stewart Crossing and the Yukon wilds in the Yukon, the Northwest Territories wilds and Winnipeg and Bloodvein in Manitoba.

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