Vancouver Co-operative Radio, CFRO, 100.5FM is a non-commercial, co-operatively-owned, listener-supported, community radio station. Located in East Vancouver and with long-time roots in the Downtown Eastside, Co-op Radio is a voice for the voiceless that strives to provide a space for under-represented and marginalized communities. Co-op Radio aims to increase community participation by encouraging examination of the social and political concerns of the geographic and cultural communities of BC.
Turtle Island Native Network is an Aboriginal owned and operated news website. It provides daily updates on current events, Aboriginal issues, and other topics of interest.
CFNR is a First Nations Radio network that broadcasts to over 80 communities in BC on the FM frequency. It can also be accessed online and on Shaw Direct Satellite Channel 851. CFNR is everywhere!
Ha-Shilth-Sa is Canada’s oldest First Nations newspaper. Its mission is to be the information source for all Nuu chah nulth First Nations. The newspaper covers events and issues on the West Coast of Vancouver Island in a culturally sensitive manner and from a distinctly Nuu chah nulth perspective.
First Nations Drum is Canada’s largest Aboriginal newspaper, reaching communities all across the country. It is designed to inform and entertain readers while strengthening understanding between Native and non-Natives. The newspaper focuses on information relevant to Native communities and lifestyles, including politics, culture, sports, and profiles of Native-run businesses.
CopperMoon is an award-winning, First Nations-led communications agency recognized as Canada’s leader in Indigenous engagement. We help Aboriginal communities and organizations achieve their goals by working with them to create strong, effective brands, strategies, and tools.
CFNR Network broadcasts to over 80 communities in BC. You can also listen on-line from anywhere by hitting the listen live button at the top right hand corner. We can also be found on Shaw Direct Satellite Channel 851. CFNR is everywhere!