Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation

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Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, or MBC Radio, is a radio network in Canada, serving First Nations and Métis communities in the province of Saskatchewan.wikipedia
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Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, or MBC Radio, is a radio network in Canada, serving First Nations and Métis communities in the province of Saskatchewan.

Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

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She also sits on the board of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).
FPR will produce and share programming with the Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation in Saskatchewan and Native Communications Incorporated in Manitoba and is also in talks with the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society, which has been granted radio licenses in Edmonton and Calgary, and Northern Native Broadcasting (Terrace), which operates an Indigenous radio station in Terrace, British Columbia and has been granted a license to operate a radio station in Vancouver, about potential programming partnerships.

Regina, Saskatchewan

ReginaRegina, SKCity of Regina
The stories, though pertinent to the northern populace, were largely in English, and originated in Regina.
The thirteen radio stations broadcasting from the city include CJME News/Talk 980, FM 90.3 CJLR-FM-4 MBC Radio First Nations community radio Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, FM 91.3 CJTR-FM 91.3 CJTR community radio, FM 97.7 CBKF-FM Première Chaîne news/talk (CBC, French), and FM 102.5 CBKR-FM CBC Radio One news/talk (CBC).

La Loche

La Loche, SaskatchewanPortage La Loche
The La Loche Arena Complex houses the Robbie Fontaine Memorial Arena, a meeting hall, the local radio station CHPN-FM, activity rooms and offices.

CHEC-FM

CHEC-FM airs locally produced programming, while the remaining would be sourced from CJLR-FM La Ronge, Saskatchewan, a Type B Native radio programming undertaking operated by Natotawin Broadcasting Inc.

Uranium City

Uranium City, SaskatchewanUranium City (''Tsókı̨në'')

Community radio

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The majority of those stations are affiliated with Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, an aboriginal public radio network.

First Nations

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Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, or MBC Radio, is a radio network in Canada, serving First Nations and Métis communities in the province of Saskatchewan.

Métis in Canada

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Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, or MBC Radio, is a radio network in Canada, serving First Nations and Métis communities in the province of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan

SKSaskatchewan, CanadaProvince of Saskatchewan
Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, or MBC Radio, is a radio network in Canada, serving First Nations and Métis communities in the province of Saskatchewan.

La Ronge

La Ronge, SaskatchewanLa Ronge, SKTown of La Ronge
The network's flagship station is CJLR in La Ronge.

Urban area

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The MBC network broadcasts to more than 70 communities in Saskatchewan, including the major urban centres, and broadcasts a streaming audio feed over the Internet.

Streaming media

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The MBC network broadcasts to more than 70 communities in Saskatchewan, including the major urban centres, and broadcasts a streaming audio feed over the Internet.

Internet

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The MBC network broadcasts to more than 70 communities in Saskatchewan, including the major urban centres, and broadcasts a streaming audio feed over the Internet.

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Prince AlbertPrince Albert, SKIsbister's Settlement
Starting in the 1960s, a provincial government radio service called Northern News, broadcasting from Prince Albert, was hosted by its first producer Helga Reydon.

AM broadcasting

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However, those broadcasts were plagued by poor reception and unequal signal distribution as they were broadcast on an AM radio station in the southern part of the province and had to "skip" into the north.

Indigenous peoples in Canada

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The program also did not air content that was culturally specific to Indigenous peoples.

Radio producer

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This program was hosted by producer/announcer Barrie Ward, with Indigenous-language content added by Cree and Michif linguists Tom Roberts and Robert Merasty.

Announcer

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This program was hosted by producer/announcer Barrie Ward, with Indigenous-language content added by Cree and Michif linguists Tom Roberts and Robert Merasty.

Cree

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This program was hosted by producer/announcer Barrie Ward, with Indigenous-language content added by Cree and Michif linguists Tom Roberts and Robert Merasty.

Michif

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This program was hosted by producer/announcer Barrie Ward, with Indigenous-language content added by Cree and Michif linguists Tom Roberts and Robert Merasty.

Linguistics

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This program was hosted by producer/announcer Barrie Ward, with Indigenous-language content added by Cree and Michif linguists Tom Roberts and Robert Merasty.

CBC Radio

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In the late 1970s, CBC Radio also began broadcasting a northern program, Keewatin Radio.