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Thanks to everyone who tuned in and participated from across the country. We had a great pannel at Algonquin college and were thrilled to have stations like BOIR in Corner Brook, NL to CJSF in Burnaby BC (plus inbetwen), re-broadcast the show live. Thank's to Dan at CKDJ for hosting and organizaing, and the rest of the team there for putting on a great alternative discussion to the election on the 19th. Great work overall.
NCRA Executive Director
The academic year has begun and we’re having a by-election!
We’re recruiting for an Indigenous Representative on the NCRA/ANREC Board of Directors. In addition to executing his or her responsibilities as a Director, the role of the Indigenous Representative is to be a voice for Indigenous people and Indigenous radio at the national level, in the work of the NCRA. In accordance with the NCRA by-law provisions (Section 4, 1.17, b, v.), the Indigenous Representative must be from the First Nations, Métis, or Inuit peoples of Canada.
The Board would like to thank Larry Portelance, who previously held this position, for his years of service.
After years of discussion, planning and preperation, the NCRA has moved forward with its plan to unify national advertising for the sector and is welcoming Francella Faillos to the NCRA office team in Ottawa....
Thank you to those who participated in the 2015 NCRA/ANREC Board of Directors by-election.
We had 22 participating stations with a close race for one of the positions.
Please welcome Geneviève Dale and Ophira Horwitz to the NCRA/ANREC Board.
" feel really privileged to be part of the team. I'm so committed and enthusiastic and I look forward to working with everyone." - Ophira
"I'm very excited to be working with a great crew on the NCRA board, and to be able to make an impact on our sector on a national level. More than ever, campus and community radio is breaking new ground and doing amazing and important things in the world of audio media. I'm so happy to be a part of an organization that supports creativity and community." - Geneviève
Many thanks to Sonja Klotz for your nomination.
All the best and have a great weekend.
Larry E. Portelance
After the conference in Saint John, the Board struck a committee that was tasked to review specific complaints submitted by members, and make suggestions to the Board of Directors with a best course of action going forward. From there, the NCRA Board of Directors would receive the recommendations of the committee, and look at the necessity to develop policy and procedure to better serve the association and its members.....
Dear NCRA/ANREC Members!
UPDATE: Due to a tie - Member stations in good standing who have not voted may do so by end of day Friday. Please follow the e-mail outlined by NCRA Secretary Larry which was sent out to stations on July 19th at 10am EST.
A by-election to fill a vacant seat on the NCRA/ANREC board is now open. For more information please contact email@example.com
The NCRA has launched it's new Unloggable Campaign! The aim is to bring together 50 songs, all under 1 minute! A lot happens in under a minute, and we want all Canadian music to be recognized for it's contribution to Canadian culture.
Honorarium of up to $200 available for selected artists.
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A lively debate on (community) radio sustainability took place on LinkedIn, sharing and discussing simultaneously in English, French and Spanish, during a period of ten days. We chose to have one main group, Radio and Participation, and to submit three language streams therein: Sustainable Radio (English), Radio Sostenible (Spanish) and Radio Viale (French). The debate was initiated by the communication consultancy CAMECO, run by its team of professionals with supporting translators, and coordinated by Birgitte Jallov (empowerhouse.dk) and Sofie Jannusch (cameco.org). See More of the Report!
Hello NCRA Members
I am very excited that a project which developed out of this years conference in Saint John and the open space is well underway and now to the point where we can provide information to our members.
Indymedia Convergence is a international non-profit, grassroots group developing community radio, specifically in Africa. The NCRA has teamed up and hope its members support a fundraising campaign to help send a delegate from an African country, as well as a Canadian delegate to Accra, Ghana from 4th to 15th of August to participate in the IMC Convergence and AMARC World Congress..... READ MORE!