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“It’s unthinkable in this day and age in 2020 that Nechi would not be supported by the governments to do this critical work and build the capacity to tackle the issues regarding addictions and the peoples’ well-being.” — Marilyn Buffalo
“We’re two months away from a vaccine. Everyone just bear down. Listen to your chiefs. Let them do what they have to do. Listen to your mayors. Listen to your premiers. Listen to the prime minister. Listen to the other party. Just listen and comply for awhile. We’re going to get a vaccine soon and we’re going to get back to normal.” — Neil Sasakamoose
“We’re really only in less than (200 of 1,200 Indigenous) communities. I’m very pleased that our (Canada Post) board and executive realize that we have to address that.” — Dale LeClair
“We know some businesses have closed but we don’t know if they are in hibernation or if they have closed forever.” — Keith Henry, president and CEO of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
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Steve Warren & The Country Oldies Show features the greatest country hits from the 1950s to the 1990s. Listen Tuesday night at 8, and Saturday's at Noon on Windspeaker Radio
Want to hear a song? Tune into the Request show, Tuesday & Thursday Mornings at 9. Click the photo to request a song. The Request show is brought to you by Natural Law Energy & TC Energy
Voices of Our People features stories and interviews from Indigenous people across Alberta. Listen Fridays at 8pm, Sunday's 10am and Wednesday nights at 6. Click here to listen to past stories.
Join Lowa Friday Mornings at 9 for a weekly discussion of Indigenous News and issues that you need to know about. Click the photo to listen to past shows
The IMC spotlights today’s best new Indigenous music from several genres including; hip-hop, rock, country, alternative, rock, folk and pop/dance. Listen Friday nights at 9 on Windspeaker Radio. The IMC is sponsored by Feral Fawn.
Listen Saturday mornings at 8 for Conversational Nakoda. Join Alice Kaquitts and Thomas Snow, for a fun interactive half-hour of Nakoda words, stories, music and lots of laughs! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Richard Inman is quickly becoming a staple of Winnipeg’s folk and country scene. With a butter-rich voice and delicate musical touch, he crafts mature songs that feel at once deeply familiar and bracingly fresh.
Between relentless gigging and a residency at the legendary Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club, Richard has proven himself a savvy songwriter and true prairie gem.