Standing ovations and winning awards!

Two of the NCRA's Resonating Reconciliation documentaries are making news.

The Powell River Peak in Powell River, BC just did a story about their local station CJMP-FM's doc as part of the Resonating Reconciliation project.

And Janet Rogers, host of Native Waves at CFUV-FM in Victoria, BC won an ImagineNATIVE award for her Resonating Reconciliation doc last October.

The project uses community radio as a tool to help all Canadians address the ongoing legacy of Indian Residential Schools. It is funded by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and administed by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. 

Congrats to CJMP-FM and CFUV-FM and all the stations who have done such amazing work on their docs!

Listen to all the docs that have been produced so far, with more to come!

Pic: Radio documentary producers Shelby George [left] and Devin Pielle released "We Are Still Here" last month. The documentary tells elders’ stories of life in Canada’s residential schools. Credit: Chris Bolster, Powell River Peak