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"First Nations are not stakeholders; we are rights-holders and Treaty partners..." —Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler
“This is another major step forward for Bearspaw First Nation and our goal of self-sufficiency through business and economic development for the benefit of our membership and our community.” —Chief Darcy Dixon
“As a Two Spirit transgender gay man, the impacts of colonialism and the introduction of transphobia and homophobia to Indigenous communities have incited marginalization to our otherwise traditional structures.” —Jack Saddleback
Police are considering Tiki’s disappearance to be suspicious and are concerned for her well-being.
Serving the northern half of the province, CFWE is our sister station playing the same great country variety and highlighting Indigenous life. Click on the logo to stay in touch. When you're in Edmonton check us out at 98.5.
Listen for Moccasin Telegraph, featuring the latest community events 20 times a week. If you have a special event that you would like us to announce, please email details of your event to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to present our Internet radio station featuring the best of Pow Wow and Round Dance 24/7. Click on the Buffalo Spirit logo to check it out! This project has been made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
RAVEN; our Internet radio station featuring the best of Indigenous Rock, Urban, Rhythm and Blues 24/7 is here! Click to listen to Raven. This project has been made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Join Dougie and Donnie Rain, Tuesday evenings at 10, Saturday morning at 7 and Sunday morning at 10 for the best of Pow Wow and Round Dance. This project has been made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
The Indigenous Music Countdown is hosted by Roz, who spotlights today’s best new Indigenous music and shares interviews from artists who range from several genres including; hip-hop, rock, country, alternative, rock, folk and pop/dance.
Listen Saturday mornings at 8 for Conversational Nakoda. Join Alice, Thomas and Jeremy for a fun interactive half-hour of Nakoda words, stories, music and lots of laughs! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
I'm Native American. We're automatically country, joined to the land and the real stories of everyday people. A long time ago, we traditionally used music as our daily prayer and as our way of giving thanks. To Native Americans, music is our everything. It's our storytelling, our history, and our dance. We use it to remember and to forget. It's how we celebrate life and mourn death.
I wrote my first song at 9, not knowing that songwriting would become my way of coping with the hopelessness I saw around me on the reservation. Growing up, I watched too many people lose hope and leave this earth, including cousins and many friends of mine. I watched as my brothers lost almost every childhood friend before they were 16. But music was my hope. It saved me, and it became a doorway for me to find freedom from the hopelessness that we all felt on the reservation. Loretta Lynn was my childhood hero and she continues to be that for me today.