Community radio: Taken for Granted?

Northern community radio has been used for decades to unite and inform Native people. Long before the existence of television or even telephone service, radio was an important part of everyday life. In the last decade, the importance of radio has declined. Small community stations have been taken for granted ... read more ››

Death Star arrives in James Bay

It has been more than a decade since theWaskaganish Band Council asked me to install a satellite reception system in their community. That first primitive system marked the beginning of a communications revolution in remote communities across Canada. The preaching of Tammy and Jim Bakker as well as southern California lifestyles were ... read more ››