In honour of National Indigenous History Month, Bell Media, Corus Entertainment Inc., Rogers Sports & Media, Stingray Radio, and several other media outlets will join together to broadcast Indigenous voices in an effort to listen to and learn from them. This project, called A Day To Listen, is happening in partnership with the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund.
A Day To Listen and will take place from 6am - 6pm local time on Wednesday, June 30. You can tune in by turning on your radio. In the Windsor-Essex region the following stations will be participating:
88.7 CIMX - FM
92.7 CJWF - FM
93.9 CIDR - FM
95.9 CJWF - FM
96.7 CHYR - FM
AM 800 CKLW
For 12 hours the stations will be broadcasting stories and music from Indigenous leaders, residential school survivors, elders, musicians, and teachers throughout the day. A Day To Listen aims to leverage the power of radio to enact real change and begin to set a course for a more equitable future. We know what we, here at DC Automotive Tooling Inc, be listening to on the 30th!