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Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

WAAB

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Welcome to MBC Network Radio Online


"Bringing people to the people"

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 70 broadcast communities and growing!

MBC Network Radio and Yutthe Askiy TV Productions

Preserving, protecting and enhancing the Aboriginal

cultures and languages of northern and central Saskatchewan.

Tansi! Edlanete! Hello! Bonjour!
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MBC North at Noon News – August 29, 2014

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La Ronge, Saskatchewan, August 15, 2014

Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Scholarship Selection Committee
is pleased to announce the 3 Scholarship Recipients for the
2014 - 2015 Academic Year.

MBC Scholarships Program is designed to support & encourage
Aboriginal &/or Metis Youth to undertake
Post-Secondary educational opportunities in all aspects of
Media Skills & Electronic Media Communications.

On behalf of the MBC Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer
& Scholarship Selection Committee
We wish the following Scholarship Recipients
every success in their educational endeavours.

Timothy Merasty ~ Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation ~ $1000
Timothy is in his 3rd yr
Bachelor of Arts ~ Film & Video ~ U of R


Trevor Dubois ~ Prince Albert ~ $1000
Trevor is in his 1st yr
Bachelor of Arts ~ Major in Journalism ~ FNUC


Summer Michel-Stevenson ~ Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation ~ $1000
Summer is in her 1st yr
Bachelor of Arts ~ FNUC


Thank You To All Who Applied

For more information on the 
MBC Scholarships Program
Please Contact
Deborah A. Charles ~ C.E.O.
Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation
MBC Network Radio

La Ronge, Saskatchewan, August 6, 2014

Heritage Canada has announced funding to Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation
for the production and broadcast of radio programming in
English, Cree and Dene for Aboriginal listeners throughout Saskatchewan.

MBC CEO Deborah A. Charles stated:
“Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation is grateful
for the continued support given
to its
Aboriginal Languages Programming
and takes pride in its major role played in
enhancing and preserving the languages of
Canada’s Aboriginal peoples”.
Ms. Charles also said,
“We deeply appreciate the direct support given to
aboriginal culture and with the continued support from
the Department of Canadian Heritage
we will continue to fulfill our mandate to
preserve and protect our languages”.

The funding will contribute to Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation’s
production
and broadcasting of a variety of
local radio programs and features done in
Cree and Dene languages.
Radio programming in traditional languages such as
Cree and Dene is an important means of ensuring they are
seen and heard as living languages within
Aboriginal communities of Saskatchewan.

The Government of Canada has provided $317,880.00
in funding through the Aboriginal Peoples’ Program
of the Department of Canadian Heritage,
which supports the full participation of
Aboriginal peoples in Canadian society,
and the promotion, revitalization, and preservation of
Aboriginal languages and cultures.
It also helps enable Aboriginal peoples to
address the social, cultural, economic and political issues
affecting their lives.






 

          
          

 
RCMP Search For Missing Boy From Sucker River PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Smith   
Saturday, 30 August 2014 08:38

La Ronge RCMP would like to hear from anyone with information on a six year old boy reported missing last night at Sucker River.

Police say Andrew Prosper had been playing outside and when his mother noticed he was missing around 10:30 p.m. Friday evening she contacted police.

A door to door search of the community was conducted and all known family and friends were contacted but the child was not located.

Andrew Prosper and was wearing blue shorts and a blue t-shirt.

He is four feet tall, 45-pounds with short black hair.

Anyone with information on  child's whereabouts is asked to contact the La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730.

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 08:40