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Elemnt FM (or CFPO-FM) is an Indigenous radio station in Ottawa broadcasting at 95.7 FM. It is owned by First Peoples Radio, a subsidiary of APTN. Broadcasting music and talk shows targeting First Nations communities, it focuses on contemporary and…

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Launched on October 24, 2018, Elemnt FM (or CFPT-FM) is an Indigenous radio station in Toronto broadcasting at 106.5 FM. It is owned by First Peoples Radio, a subsidiary of APTN. Broadcasting music and talk shows targeting First Nations communities,…

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In 1991, the CRTC licences Television Northern Canada (TVNC) and, within a year, the network launches in Northern Canada. In the 1990s TVNC grows significantly and is succesful which leads the Board of Directors to believe that there is a need for a…

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Launched in May 2020, Keeping it Riel is a podcast created and hosted by the Métis Nation of Alberta’s Youth Programs and Services team. Airing on Mondays, the podcast features prominent Métis community members, youth, knowledge keepers, academics,…

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Métis in Space is a podcast created and hosted by Molly Swain (Métis) and Chelsea Vowel (Métis). In Métis In Space, they deconstruct the science fiction genre through a decolonial lense. An Indigenous feminist science fiction podcast, it brings into…

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Book Women (ᒪᓯᓇᐦᐃᑲᐣᐃᐢᑫᐧᐊᐧᐠ; masinahikan iskwêwak) is a podcast by and for Indigenous Peoples interested editing, publishing, and writing Indigenous stories. It is founded, created and hosted by three Métis librairians, Sheila Laroque, Kayla Lar-Son…

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The New Nation: La noovel naasyoon is published quarterly publication by the Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI). In line with GDI's mission to promote the renewal and the development of Métis culture through research, materials development, collections…

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New Breed was originally published for the Métis Nation Saskatchewan (MN-S) by the Grabiel Dumont Institute (GDI) as a monthly newsletter. In the 1980s, New Breed took on a newspaper style and later a magazine format. The last issue appeared in…

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The cover text reads: "Around the planet, Indigenous people are using old and new technologies to amplify their voices and broadcast information to a global audience. This is the first portrait of a powerful international movement that looks both…

Published in January 1974, Smoke Signals to Satellites provides a summary of the activities and achievements of the Alberta Native Communications Society. The report summarizes the administration and organization of the society, as well as the…