Wednesday, Sep 30

We were able to get the great work done by Nshannacappo and Ebuchanan translated into French, so we are now releasing the story about a man remembering the time he was 5 years old and taken away to a residential school. Read More

Tuesday, Sep 22

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.


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Founded in 1986, we help campus and community radio stations get and stay on-air. We help amplify under-represented voices. We foster and celebrate compelling local grassroots radio. And we bring stations together to share their skills, passions and ideas.

As part of this work, we also represent community radio to the government, CRTC and other agencies.

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