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    Wawatay Native Communications Society
    Ojibwe Canada
    Wawatay Nahve Communications Society is a self-governing, independent community-driven entrepreneurial native organization dedicated to using appropriate technologies to meet the communication needs of people of Aboriginal ancestry in Northern Ontario. Wawatay was originally constituted in 1974 by the people of Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (Northern Ontario) to provide access to communication technologies and services. Its founders intended that Wawatay would serve their communities by preserving, maintaining and enhancing indigenous languages and culture. Wawatay operates radio, television and newspaper media.
    Wawatay News
    Nishnawbe Aski Canada - Northern
    Wawatay News is northern Ontario's Native newspaper, publishing every second week and distributing to 81 First Nation communities. Wawatay publishes in English and the Aboriginal languages of Ojibway, Ojicree and Cree and serves the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation, Treaty 3 area and Robinson Superior Treaty area with award winning journalism since 1974.




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