INCA Summer Institute

A unique hands-on crash course in multimedia storytelling. Watch for the next Institute in 2022!


Meet instructors from APTN, CBC, Walking Eagle, CTV, First and more. Follow our lessons in newswriting, radio & TV production, 3D and virtual reality, arts journalism, web production, social media outreach and professional ethics.


INCA Summer Institute students begin producing journalism for broadcast and the web from Day 1.  Visit our newsroom for the latest  posts. We’re telling stories for our communities, our Nations and all our relations!

Run Cappo run: Finding health in the time of COVID

The stay at home order hasn't stopped Jeff Cappo from focusing on his physical and mental health.

Former inmate finds new path with Indigenous-run reintegration program

After 23 years behind bars, Terrence Naistus is reconnecting with life on the outside.

Homeschooling during pandemic presents challenges

Veronique Mireault, a full-time student, won't graduate as planned because of the stress of juggling studies while teaching her son at home.

School division reaches out to on-reserve pupils

Photo Credit: Jasmine Pelletier School division reaches out to on-reserve pupils by Jasmine Pelletier First Nation students have transitioned to distance learning with the help of Prairie Valley School Division. Richard Stonechild, education portfolio holder for Okanese First Nation, has two kids who attend Balcarres Community School and says he has noticed the efforts of […]

Literary festivals move online
Popular blogger faces criticism for MMIWG comments

Bianca Linaires, a popular American makeup blogger on Facebook, is facing opposition from Indigenous people on both sides of the border about her comments on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Funding gap threatens First Nations COVID-19 border patrols in south

Checkpoint at Piapot First Nation on May 13 | Darla Ponace photo Funding gap threatens First Nations COVID-19 border patrols in south Nations in the southern part of the province are waiting for a second round of funds to keep checkpoints in place by Darla Ponace Some First Nations in southern Saskatchewan are taking down […]

Métis Elder receives Saskatchewan Book Award nomination for first book

In 2019, at 84 years, respected Métis Elder Cecile Blanke published her first book Lac Pelletier: My Métis Home, which is nominated for a Saskatchewan Book Award (SBA).

Domestic violence survivors turn to social media during lockdown

Domestic violence survivors are turning to social media for help in dangerous situations during the COVID-19 lockdown, according to the administrator of a Facebook group for survivors.

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