Reporting within a small community presents its own challenges, but media in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake face a much larger, longstanding conflict with neighbouring Francophone media. The community of 8,000 is located across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal and is home to a flourishing local media, with its own newspaper, online news outlet and radio and television stations. We bring you inside Kahnawake with Echoes of a Proud Nation, a documentary produced by a team of Ryerson University Masters students.

Reporting within a small community presents its own challenges, but media in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake face a much larger, longstanding conflict with neighbouring Francophone media. The community of 8,000 is located across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal and is home to a flourishing local media, with its own newspaper, online news outlet and radio and television stations. We bring you inside Kahnawake with Echoes of a Proud Nation, a documentary produced by a team of Ryerson University Masters students.

Echoes of a Proud Nation producers Julia Chapman, Candace Maracle, Anna Piszczkiewicz and Cory Ruf are graduating students in Ryerson University’s master of journalism program.

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