This Winnipeg-based, nation-wide broadcaster produces and shows documentaries, news, drama, children's entertainment, cooking shows and other educational programming. Their website provides program schedules, video, live-streaming news and a subscription service for updates and contests.
A project of Makoons Media Group. "Indian & Cowboy is an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects across multiple platforms on the internet & for broadcast media. Currently, we're focused on building our foundation - the world's ONLY Indigenous Podcast Network." Music, commentary, comedy, long-form interviews with Indigenous writers, activists, art-makers and more.
IsumaTV is a network of Inuit and Indigenous multimedia content. There are thousands of free videos and films in over 50 languages created by people all around the world as well as the ability to join and participate in an online community.
Makook is a free weekly email digest that features top Indigenous news, stories and ideas. Articles included in the digest are those most shared by Indigenous peoples on social media. Makook is an independent, Indigenous-led initiative founded by Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc member Natiea Vinson.
"The Makoons Media Group creates digital projects that make space for Indigenous voices to disrupt, inspire and transform the world around us." Makoons projects include Indian and Cowboy, Stories from the Land and Red Man Laughing.
Media Indigena is a news and information site that describes itself as "an interactive, multimedia magazine dedicated to Indigenous news, views and creative expression." The site provides information and commentary about a range of topics - from art to politics, business and the economy to lifestyle
Red Rising is a magazine begun by Indigenous youth in Winnipeg. The magazine has non-fiction pieces, poetry, artwork and more. Issue 1 launched in the fall of 2015. Paper copies are available with articles and artwork also shared on the magazine's website.
Lists of First Nations, Métis and Inuit authors divided into lists for adult fiction, adult non-fiction and children's literature. The links from the authors' names take you to the University of Saskatchewan Library's holdings, but the list of names is useful for the Winnipeg Public Library catalogue or searching the Internet for more information.
This document from Curriculum Services Foundation Canada provides information about literature from the following cultural groups: Mi'kmaq, Mohawk (Six Nations), Anishnabe (Ojibway), Cree, Métis and Okanagan. You will find extensive resource lists and information about well-known Aboriginal writers.