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WHO WE ARE
MUSKRAT Magazine (est. 2010) is an Indigenous owned and operated national on-line Indigenous arts, culture, and news magazine that embraces rural and urban settings. MUSKRAT publishes Indigenous literary works, critical commentary, and traditional knowledge using media arts, the Internet, and wireless technology.

OUR AUDIENCE
MUSKRAT readers are predominantly aged 25-55 from varying demographics. They are interested in arts, culture, education, health, and stories told from Indigenous perspectives, and through social media, prove to be loyal and growing in numbers by the day.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Our past issues have engaged readers with important stories told from Indigenous perspectives. Our multi-media platform includes video, articles, a blog, and photography, with the planned addition of podcasts. We have had published articles, interviews and work from a wide range of contributors, including professors, artists, chefs, authors, actors, activists, politicians, and other leaders.

LOOKING FORWARD
MUSKRAT has established a loyal readership and built strong community partnerships across Turtle Island. Recently, we have partnered with Rez 91.3 out of Wasauksing First Nation—an Indigenous owned and operated radio station. As well, we have partnered and co-sponsored events with the Bold As Love Collective, First Nations House at University of Toronto, and many other Indigenous organizations. Our recently launched website features a weekly audio recap of First Nations news from across the country, media releases from the Indigenous community, and news feeds from some of the country’s top Indigenous news sources.