A Day to Listen airs on 500+ stations - Rob Basile
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Over 500 Canadian radio stations join to amplify Indigenous voices

Bringing together more than 500 radio stations across all ownership groups, spanning different markets, regions, and formats, A Day to Listen leveraged the power of radio to enact real change and began a course for a better future.

In partnership with the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF), A Day to Listen was dedicated to sharing stories from Indigenous leaders, residential school survivors, elders, musicians, and teachers. It aired June 30, 2021 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time.



Downie Wenjack Fund – Official Release

CBC – How to tune in to A Day to Listen, 12 hours of Indigenous-led radio programming

Global News – A Day to Listen: Amplifying Indigenous voices and working towards reconciliation

CityNews -A Day to Listen: Canadian radio stations join to amplify Indigenous voices

ET Canada – Gord Downie Fund’s ‘A Day To Listen’ Celebrates Indigenous Voices On 400 Radio Stations And Broadcasters Across Canada

International Debuts, Original Content, Syndication