We are happy to share the positive coverage that we have received from the media.

We are grateful for the support for sharing the experiences of our women.


CBC London-February 5, 2018-Positive Voice program for Indigenous women attracts new funding


Coverage of our Pillar Community Innovation Award win:

King’s University College Website-November 29, 2017-Alumni win two out of five Pillar Community Innovation Awards

Global News-November 23, 2017-Community change-makers honoured at the 11th Annual Pillar Community Innovation Awards

CTV News-November 23, 2017-2017 Pillar Awards Announced

Snapd London-November 22, 2017-The 11th Pillar Community Innovation Awards

London Free Press-August 29, 2017-Pillar Nonprofit Network announced finalists Tuesday for its 11th annual Pillar Community Innovation Awards


SiriusXM-Canada Talks-Canada Now-Interview-September 7, 2017-Digital media crash course is helping indigenous women 

CBC National News-September 4, 2017-How a digital media crash course is giving Indigenous women a ‘positive’ voice

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Our Schools/Our Selves-Spring/Summer 2017

Scene Magazine-March 2017 Indigenous Women Arise, Make Art

 Western News-February 16, 2017-Exhibit gives +Positive voice to Aboriginal women

Western Gazette-February 8, 2017-Warrior Womyn: London’s Aboriginal women narrate their own stories though art

CTV News-January 26, 2017-CTV News clip of Positive Voice Warrior Womyn exhibit

Museum of Ontario Archaeology-January 20, 2017-An Interview with Anne from the  +Positive Voice Program at Nokee Kwe

London Free Press-January 11, 2017-Positive Voice Program at Nokee Kwe in London


In October 2016, we hosted Matika Wilbur, creator of Project 562 and passionate advocate for regaining control over portrayal of Native Americans through storytelling and photography at Western University.