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Indigenous Communication Arts at First Nations University

The Indigenous Communication Arts (INCA) program at First Nations University is a unique program in Canada that provides journalism and communications education that is immersed in an Indigenous worldview and delivered within an Indigenous-led institution.

Spotlight: Child Welfare

Spotlight: Child Welfare is a collaborative journalism project that aims to change dominant narratives around the child welfare system. Journalists build capacity to cover stories in trauma-informed, community-led, and evidence-based ways, through work with youth in care and other people connected to the child welfare system.

Journalists for Human Rights

Journalists for Human Rights is a leading media development organization that trains and engages local journalists, media outlets, civil society organizations and other relevant stakeholders to strengthen and improve human rights coverage in local contexts. This grant supported the Anti-Harrasment and Threat Mitigation in Canadian Media project.

The Living Magazine

The Living Magazine is a group of Toronto-based journalists and tinkerers experimenting with non-fiction storytelling to move people beyond echo chambers. The Living Magazine develops live journalism and assesses its impacts on diverse audiences in Canada.

Community Radio Fund of Canada

The Community Radio Fund of Canada secures funding for the production, distribution and sustainability of Canada’s community audio broadcasters. This grant funds the Amplifying Voices program which supports Indigenous broadcasters in the production and distribution of Indigenous language programming.

Canadian Association of Journalists

The Canadian Association of Journalists is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides advocacy and professional development for journalists across Canada. This grant supports the Emergency Support Fund for Canadian Journalists.

Canadian Association of Black Journalists

Founded in 1996, Canadian Association of Black Journalists (CABJ) strives to advance the work of Black journalists and media professionals in Canada. This grant supported CABJ host an event to honour Mary Ann Shadd Cary’s legacy and its implications for the future of Canadian journalism.

The Breach

The Breach is an independent media outlet producing public service journalism. This grant supports The Breach in its analysis of mainstream Canadian media coverage of the Israel/Palestine war.


IndigiNews aims to provide digital journalism driven by Indigenous communities’ needs, while contributing to the long-term sustainability of independent Indigenous-centred media.

Humber College StoryLab

Humber College’s StoryLab was created to bridge the innovation gap between education and industry in the fields of journalism, data science and storytelling writ large. This grant supported the “Surviving Hate” project, a collaborative journalism project to fill the data gap on the reporting of hate crimes and incidents in Canada, with a focus on … Continued