Indigenous MediaIndigenous Media

Media outlets that specialize in reaching Indigenous peoples can be effective vehicles for getting the message out. Large companies that want to foster better awareness about the industry might consider using television or radio networks, with a campaign that lasts several years. Smaller rural employers, for example, will more likely use local vehicles such as newsletters or a local radio station.1

Organization Media Type Province / Territory

Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta

https://ammsa.com/

 

Radio/Newspaper Alberta

APTN

https://www.aptn.ca/

Television Manitoba

Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
https://inuitbroadcasting.ca/

 

Television Ontario

Television Northern Canada
http://www.tvnc.ca/

 

Television Ontario

Inuvaluit Communications Society
https://www.nwtfilm.com/en/node/1206

Television/Newspaper Northwest Territories

James Bay Cree Communications Society
http://www.creeradio.com/

Radio Quebec
Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation
https://www.mbcradio.com/
 
Radio Saskatchewan

Northern Native Broadcasting, Terrace
https://www.cfnrfm.ca/

Radio British Columbia
Société de Communication Atikamekw Montagnais

https://socam.net/
 
Radio Quebec

Native Communications Incorporated

https://www.ncifm.com/

Radio/Television Manitoba
Native Communications Society of the NWT
http://ncsnwt.com/
 
Radio/Television Northwest Territories

Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon

http://www.chonfm.com/

Radio/Television Yukon

Okalakatiget Society

http://www.oksociety.com/

Radio/Television Labrador

Taqramiut Nipingat Incorporated

http://www.tni-rtn.com/

Radio/Television Quebec

Wawatay Communications Society

https://www.wawataynews.ca/

Radio/Television/Newspaper Ontario

 

  • 1. http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/seniors-aines/publications/public/various-varies/communicating_Aboriginal/appendix3-eng.php