Lac Seul Approves Community Newsletter

Lac Seul First Nation Chief and Council have approved and endorsed the re-launch of their community newsletter: Tibaachimowin. The newsletter has not been published since July 2012 and in the past has been contracted out and only published once a year. JHR mentees in Lac Seul have put together a template for the re-launch of … Continue Reading »

Empowering Indigenous voices in Canadian media

There’s no lack of stories that need to be told from northern Ontario’s remote Indigenous communities. But what is lacking, are skilled reporters to tell those important stories. But that is changing. JHR, in partnership with the Wawatay Native Communications Society, sent three journalism trainers to work in remote Indigenous communities in northern Ontario. And … Continue Reading »

Meet the trainers for the Indigenous Reporters Program!

JHR’s newest media trainers have their boots on the ground – snow boots, in this case! The Indigenous Reporters Program, JHR’s program to increase Indigenous voices in Canadian media, is sending journalism trainers to work in four remote Indigenous communities in northern Ontario. Over the next eight months, the JHR trainers, in partnership with Wawatay Native Communications Society, … Continue Reading »