IndigiNews, an Indigenous-led media outlet has been nominated for two Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) and the Jack Webster Award.
Reporter Kelsie Kilawna of the Okanagan team has been nominated under the categories Best Photojournalism and Best Continued News Coverage of a Story for the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs). Kelsie along with her fellow reporters Chehala Leonard, Athena Bonneau and Lindsay Sample have been nominated for the Jack Webster Award under the category Best Community Reporting for the series Sharing Indigenous News and Perspectives in the Okanagan.
The COPA’s are recognized as the premier digital publishing awards in Canada. Read more about the nominations here.
The Jack Webster Award, Western Canada’s foremost journalism award recognizes excellence in journalism in British Columbia. You can watch the awards online on December 8 here. Read more about the nominations here.
IndigiNews aims to debunk stereotypes about Indigenous communities perpetuated by mainstream media. Inspirit’s grant has helped IndigiNews expand through the hiring of a full-time Indigenous editor. Read about IndigiNews here.