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A day of national First Nations programming

June 21st marks National Aboriginal Day. The first annual VOICES OF OUR NATIONS broadcast celebrates Aboriginal identity, history and culture, and is an opportunity for inter-tribal dialogue and storytelling about the on-going issues around land rights, resources, missing and murdered indigenous women, 2010 Olympics and the 120-year history of Residential schools. It is hosted by the Native Caucus of the National Community and Campus Radio Association and CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal, on Mohawk territory.

After centuries of land and resource theft, attempts at assimilation and hundreds of missing and murdered women, it is time indigenous peoples take something back. Join us as we take back the airwaves!

Winners earn their spikes -- Outstanding community radio producers celebrated

Montreal — Community radio stations across the country have been honoured for programming that ranges from a show about the effect of climate change in the North, to live music in Brandon, Manitoba to an 18-hour day of programming about Palestine that brought together participants from North America, Europe and Palestine itself.

These and 10 other categories were part of the National Campus and Community Radio Association’s annual Community Radio Awards held in Montreal last week.

National Cooperative Community News Radio Program Goes Bi-weekly

A national collective voice for community news is getting stronger this summer.

GroundWire, a national collaborative community news magazine, is a milestone in cooperation between community radio news departments, and has been running each month for more than a year. GroundWire is a project of the National Campus and Community Radio Association (NCRA/ANREC).

A recent grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada -- itself in its first year of funding community radio projects -- makes the project possible.

Community Radio Fund recipients announced

The Community Radio Fund of Canada gave out $160,000 to community radio stations across Canada to work on radio talent development and youth internship programs.

And 11 NCRA members were among those awarded money. Congratulations CFAD, CFUV, CHLS, CJAI, CKOA, CKUT, CKUW, CFRO, CHES, CHLI and CKDU!

The NCRA itself also got money to support the development of GroundWire, our national radio magazine program.

Click on the title for the full press release from CRFC.

Women broadcasters unite in Montreal

On Thursday, June 11, CKUT Radio in Montreal will host the annual one-day Women
in Radio Conference (WIR) during the week-long National Community Radio Conference.

During the annual conference feminist broadcasters and allies come together to create spaces for greater participation by women through skill-sharing, visioning, and consciousness-raising.

For more, click on the title.