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Aboriginal CKCU
Raising the profile of Aboriginal music, musicians and issues.
Hosted by: Steven Price, Lawrence Dunn, Larissa Desrosiers, Les Maiczan, Mathieu Courchene and Wayne Restoule
Airs: Every Sunday from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Listen in as your host profiles Aboriginal music, musicians and issues and increases your learning, understanding and appreciation of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in Canada.

Aboriginal CKCU

Date Host Highlight On Demand
Jul. 15, 2018 Lawrence Dunn A great Show today with a lot of songs from the history of Indigenous narrative.
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Jul. 8, 2018 Larissa Desrosiers Larissa brings you some of her favorite tunes from Indigenous musicians for this lovely summer Sunday.
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Jul. 1, 2018 Steven Price, Mathieu Courchene, Wayne Restoule Weaselhead hour will be music for Canada d'eh.... Special Guest Mr. Misko McGregor, Community Connector, Our Children's Medicine
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Jun. 24, 2018 Lawrence Dunn
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Jun. 17, 2018 Lester Bear Father's Day Show
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Jun. 10, 2018 Larissa Rebroadcast from 13 May 2018
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The mission of Aboriginal CKCU is FM is to...

Raise the profile of Aboriginal music, musicians and issues to increase learning, understanding and appreciation of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in Canada

Weekly Radio Program - Sundays 9-10 am 93.1 FM

We air at 9-10am every Sunday morning on 93.1 FM.  For those wishing to catch us on TV, go to Rogers Cable 944.  And for all you internet listeners in other parts of the world, you can easily connect by following the link to LISTEN LIVE through the Real Audio or MP3 stream.  (You must allow pop-ups for the web link to work)

Every week, your volunteer hosts promise to feature music from Aboriginal people in Canada.  You are in for a variety of music - it could be some Metis fiddle music, some traditional pow wow music from First Nations drum groups, some Inuit throat singing or it could be some good ole rock n' roll or bluez from either First Nations, Inuit or Metis folks in Canada.

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For interviews and community announcements, please email - fmckcu931@gmail.com