CIUT Membership Drive w Ryan McMahon and Gabrielle Fayant

On October 21st Indigenous Waves had our bi-annual CIUT 89.5FM membership drive show. We were fortunate enough to have our favorite comedian Ryan McMahon along with youth grassroots activist and organizer Gabrielle Fayant join us live in studio to support us during the drive, and to share updates on what they have both been up … Continue reading

Idle No More discussion continues on Indigenous Waves w lawyer & cofounder Sylvia McAdam and actress & activist Tantoo Cardinal

  On this edition of Indigenous Waves, lawyer and Idle No More co-founder Sylvia McAdam returns to continue the dialogue around Idle No More, along with actress and activist Tantoo Cardinal. Tantoo Cardinal is an acclaimed actress starring in dozens of films and television shows, an activist and a Member of the Order of Canada … Continue reading

Russell Diabo and Pam Palmater on the Canadian Government’s Suite of Bills Targeting First Nations

Part 1 Part 2 Indigenous Waves invited Russell Diabo and Pamela Palmater to discuss the numerous pieces of legislation coming from the Canadian Conservative Government that directly impact First Nations. This informative talk outlines the problems with each of the bills, including the fact that there was little to no consultation with First Nations communities … Continue reading

Post-Assembly of First Nations Election Discussion with Pamela Palmater and Hayden King

    Pamela Palmater and Hayden King join Indigenous Waves for a discussion on the Assembly of First Nations 33rd Annual General Assembly which took place in Toronto on July 17th, 18th, and 19th.   Pamela Palmater, member of Eel River Bar First Nation, is Chair of the Centre of Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University … Continue reading

Should Indigenous peoples vote in Canadian elections?

    Should Indigenous peoples vote in Canadian elections? Our guests Dr. Pamela Palmater, Aaron Detlor, and Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux join Indigenous Waves to discuss this question. This show originally aired on March 5, 2012.