Radio & Television

Feds to fund First Nation doc series

SANDY LAKE FIRST NATION, Ont. – The federal government this week announced $285,053 in funding for Sandy Lake First Nation's television documentary series Ni-dibaa-chimo-winun (Our Stories).The First Nation oversees the Sandy Lake Youth Media Outreach program, which engages multimedia production professionals who work with youth in the northwestern Ontario community to produce culturally and regionally relevant media content, says the press release. The group will use the funding to develop and produce season two of the documentary series, which features the people, stories and realities of life in their community.The funding is being provided under the Northern Aboriginal Broadcasting component...

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