Help Grow ELMNT FM

Love ELMNT FM? Today is a great day to donate! As a not-for-profit radio station, your donation keeps the music playing, the lights on, and allows us to continue to serve as a megaphone for the Indigenous communities in-and-around Ottawa and Toronto. 95.7 ELMNT FM is Ottawa’s only Indigenous-owned radio station, and has been serving […]

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Ottawa food bank sees all time low in food donations amidst increased costs of living

Produce at a grocery store. Loblaws on baseline road.

With inflation having reached a high of 5.92 per cent rate in 2023, the Ottawa Food Bank is finding more donations from companies and people, and more visitors asking for their help.  Food basics, CLV, InterRent and Premium meats have all made hefty donations to the Ottawa Food Bank in the last few months, with Premium […]

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Celebrate 25 Years of The Wabano Centre For Aboriginal Health

Fill out the form below to be entered in a draw for a pair of tickets to The Wabano Centre For Aboriginal Health’s 25th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, November 10th, valued at $130. The event is at 6:30pm, and includes appetizers, refreshments, and an intimate performance by Crystal Shawanda. The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health […]

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2-Spirit, Ojibwe artist, Patrick Hunter collaborates with Giant Tiger and Indspire for National Truth and Reconciliation Day.

Patrick Hunter standing in front of Giant Tiger head office logo, wearing an orange T-shirt he designed, for his campaign with Giant Tiger and Indspire

Patrick Hunter designed an orange T-shirt for Giant Tiger, with 100% of the proceeds going toward Indspire’s Learning from the Past fund, which will provide bursaries for Indigenous post-secondary students, pursuing education in Indigenous studies and languages. This is the second year in a row Hunter teams up with Giant Tiger and Indspire. “Any way […]

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Forbes 30 Under 30 Toronto Lists First Ever Two-Spirit Winner

designer, Scott Wabano on a catwalk stage, being applauded by a crowd.

Fashion designer Scott Wabano, from the Mushkegowuk and Eeyou Istchee territory, made history by becoming the first Two Spirit winner for Forbes 30 Under 30 Toronto. They made the list alongside Anishnaabe fashion designer, mentor, Lesley Hampton. “I envisioned it for myself, and it happened. It’s really cool because I was able to make the […]

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