About the show:
At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research is a weekly radio program that was started by Dr. Robert Falcon-Ouellette during his time as a staff member with the Access and Aboriginal Focus Programs at the U of M. At The Edge of Canada 2.0 is now hosted by Trevor Phillips, Indigenous Graduate Student Success Coordinator for the Indigenous Student Centre and the Faculty of Graduate Studies, and continues to showcase the work of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, scholars, artists, and community members contributing to the vibrant Indigenous Intellectual Community in Southern Manitoba and throughout the county.
At the Edge of Canada airs on UMFM 101.5 FM in Winnipeg on Mondays from 11-11:30 a.m.
You can listen to past episodes and/or download the podcast of the show here.
If you are a student who would like to volunteer with the show, or if you have an idea for a guest, please email Trevor Phillips.
Trevor Phillips is the Indigenous Graduate Student Success Coordinator at the U of M, an Instructor in the Department of Native Studies, and a PhD Candidate at Queen's University. Trevor is the voice of Bison Women's Hockey, and a regular contributor to The Hockey Show at UMFM. He's been working in radio for the last four years as a colour analyst on Queen's Gaels Football, play-by-play for Queen's Gaels Hockey, and the host of Indie Wake-Up Call at CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston as well as a contributor to OUA.ca sports webcasts.