*Northern Ontario's premier station for Aboriginal people*
Wawatay Radio Network provides radio programming to more than 300,000
Aboriginal people in Nishnawbe Aski Nation and Treaty 3 area. WRN provides
regional, national, and international news of interest to its audience
broadcast in the Aboriginal languages of Northern Ontario - Ojibway,
Oji-Cree, and Cree. WRN also provides an Eglish version of its news
broadcast to that portion of the Aboriginal population who do not speak
their ancestral languages. Broadcasts also consist of local events,
community announcements, special programs for Elders, youth and women,
interactive call-in shows such as question and answer panels, and
dedications and greetings.
89.9 FM in Sioux Lookout
106.7 FM in Timmins
Bell ExpressVu channel 962
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