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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.
Listen Saturday morning at 8 and Wednesday night at 10 for Conversational Cree. Join Courteney, Rueben and Dustin for a fun interactive hour of Cree words, stories and lots of laughs! Click on our picture to hear clips from the show! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Melissa Herman gives us updates from Treaty 8 every Wednesday morning at 7:20. She's passionate about culture and engaged in the community; if there's a special event Melissa will be on it and sharing it with you. Watch for her and make sure you say Hi!
Jeremy Harpe is your host of Moccasin Telegraph and he features 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 or fax us at 780-454-2820. Don't forget to attach your poster if you have one.
Indigenous success stories are at the heart of this series on CFWE. Cheryl Croucher chats about work, perspectives, passions and successes. Listen Tuesday and Fridays at 9:20a, Wednesday at 5:20p, Saturdays at 11:20a and Sundays at 3:20p; brought to you by Syncrude.
Our family has expanded! We are on the air - CJWE 88.1 Calgary; featuring Alberta's Best Country Variety and the languages of the Treaty 7 area. Click to connect to CJWE.
Inform. Impact. Inspire is what we do. Independent and Indigenous is who we are. Windspeaker News is the most effective means of reaching First Nations, Métis and Inuit readers. Exclusive stories and in depth articles are just a click away.
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 Tuesday evenings at 10, Saturday morning at 7 and Sunday morning at 10 for the best of Pow Wow and Round Dance. Click through to the Heartbeat Facebook page. This project has been made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Join Miller Thomson LLP on the last Saturday of every month between 11am and Noon to chat with a lawyer. Join the discussion on personal injury, real estate, bankruptcy, dispute resolution, environmental law, and employment and labour matters.
Country Radio Hall of Famers, they have been hosting radio and TV shows featuring the best in country music since 1983! Join them on CFWE Saturdays at noon for the weekly top 30; Jeremy & Candice join in each hour with the Indigenous Spotlight!
Join us Sunday mornings between 6 and 8 for Sunday Morning Gospel. Presented in Dene and featuring the best in Gospel and Aboriginal Gospel Music it's a great way to start your Sunday. This project has been made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Canadian country music artist Lorrie Church is a descendent of Cree and Metis ancestors. On the Sweetgrass First Nation Indian Reservation, she is called Wepi Nakwa Mek'Wanak, which translates from the Cree language as Grey Feathers. Sadly cancer claimed Lorrie's life in January of 2017.
Church was a native of Meadowlake, Saskatchewan, where she was one of 16 children in her family. When she was five years old, her mom began instructing her in the art of singing. Shortly thereafter, her grandmother predicted that stardom was in her future, although the older woman did not live to see her words come true. When Church was 12, her father gave her a guitar which began her journey to stardom.