There are six Anishnabe radio stations operating in the territory. They have been companions to daily and on the land activities for decades. In fact, while the latest addition took to the airwaves in the spring of 2020, some of them have been reaching their listeners for over 30 years!
As live presenters of daily life, these stations are important crossroads where all the information and events affecting the Anicinabe communities converge. They are also the promoters of Anicinabe language and the transmitters of Anicinabe cultural values. However, they are also faced with many challenges, such as the updating of equipment, training needs, recruiting future broadcasters and funding.
In order to support their growth, identify their needs and promote mutual support, we have brought together all Anicinabe radio stations under one unparalleled collective entity. Meetings are held a few times a year since November 2017.