Tekkru Media Blog

First Nations Youth Perspective

About TEKKRU Media

We are a group of First Nations youth from all around BC.  We got together to bring you news about what’s going on in aboriginal politics, business, culture and communities.  We are different because we are using cool new media like this blog to reach out to you and we really encourage you to get involved with us too! 

We are graduates of the Youth Information Technology team, a project funded by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Y-IT is administered by the First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) and First Nations SchoolNet

Our team posts weekly on subjects that will interest you if you are an aboriginal youth, technology geek or someone looking to learn more about aboriginal events and politics.

Check in with us weekly to follow us as we attend various events that will interest Aboriginal youth everywhere!

Earl Tatoosh – New Technology

Ashlee Richardson – Careers in Science and Technology

Rick Archie – Applications of Technology

Carmelita Abraham – From the Heart

Bryce Johnny – New and Cool on the Web

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1 Comment »

  1. I met members of your group (??) at the First Nations Technology Council Summit 2009 in Vancouver last week. They presented a video that was done on connectivity & not having to worry about keeping up with the rest of Canada if FNs had the ICT tools; use the internet for tools to educate; preserving culture; teach language through these same tools; learn our languages online; have future generations using the same language…

    Where can I find a copy? Do you know what I am talking about? lol

    Comment by Lisa Clarke | February 26, 2009 | Reply


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