CFNR Radio Network is mainstream in many of the cities (55 communities) of Central and Northern B.C
and exclusively brings commercial Radio to the 42 First Nations Villages.
The station is also a proud member of the Western Association of Aboriginal Broadcasters (WAAB).

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CFNR - British Columbia

Canada's First Nations Radio ("CFNR") proudly broadcasts to 70 communities throughout Central and Northern BC, from Haida Gwaii to the Northern border, and as far South as Williams Lake and all points in between.  CFNR reaches over 100,000 people and 42 First Nations communities exclusively, and is the most popular radio station in Northern BC.   We are able to share our culture, traditions & music, while maintaining a balance to appeal to our mainstream listeners.




CFNR is able to showcase and share experiences from an Aboriginal perspective to not only other First Nations but to Non First Nations people as well.  This allows for appreciation, understanding and respect between all nations. 
 
With our program "Journey's" hosted by Kiefer Collison, we are able to keep the oral history alive through interviews relevant to Aboriginal people and is a platform to cover in-depth issues affecting Aboriginal Peoples, celebrating successes, making a difference and the sharing of stories.
 
We also offer
Free For All Fridays where listeners choose their favourite tracks.  Morning and Afternoon Road Reports, Community 411 and Local, National and Regional News.

We offer a high quality live video stream for events such as the All Native Basketball Tournament, Junior All Native Basketball Tournament, Hobiyee (Nisgaá New Year), NAIG, Tribal Canoe Journey and Qatuwas Festival and National Aboriginal Day (CFNR is in five different communities that day).

This live video stream has been viewed world-wide.
 
We feel a responsibility to the people that we reach to authentically portray First Nations culture, music, stories, successes, challenges, events and messages.  We can proudly say that we are succeeding.
 



WAAB MEMBERS

WAAB contact
Paul Macedo
780-455-2700

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National Account
Representation

CBS Vancouver

CBS Calgary

CBS Toronto
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 Email: info@waab.ca

 

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