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AMMSA stands for Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta, the name of the organization that publishes Windspeaker.
On this trip, Anna focused on the Peace River and High Level areas, and I was along for the ride as a writer for Alberta Sweetgrass and radio reporter for CFWE - both subsidiaries of the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta.
At the beginning of the interview MacLeod noted a potential conflict of interest on Windspeaker's part because our parent society, the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA), operates a radio station.
"In the late 80s, Kim drew cartoons, took photographs, wrote feature stories and designed Windspeaker when it was a weekly, provincial newspaper," said Bert Crowfoot, headman of the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta's (AMMSA)
Back then, in March 1983, the paper was published as AMMSA (Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta), and came out every week, covering the news and events affecting Aboriginal people in Northern Alberta.
"One of the biggest challenges was getting a network of distributors set up in the communities so listeners could purchase their bingo cards locally," said Carol Russ, director of finance for the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA).
What started as a distant dream has become a reality for the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta (AMMSA), publishers of Windspeaker and owner-operators of CFWE, the Native Perspective, an Aboriginal radio station that can be heard across Alberta.
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