CTV Northern Ontario

Did you know that there are 134 First Nation communities in Ontario and 49 of those communities are in CTV Northern Ontario's viewing area!



The CTV Aboriginal Youth Communication Camps are a flagship recruitment tool designed to provide Aboriginal youth with an upfront view of the television broadcast industry, and the working fundamentals of television production.

Participants will experience all the behind the scenes action that you always wondered about, the various departments, and what it takes to put a story on the air.  Additionally, the youth will also have an opportunity to see a live news broadcast, meet and talk with CTV journalist/anchors, producers, engineers, and experience storytelling from a whole different perspective. 

Not only do they experience all the behind the scenes action, they also get hands-on and with one-on-one training, and coaching from our news anchors, reporters, weather specialists and production staff --- the youth actually produce their own newscast or public service announcement.

In May 2011, Patti Jenkins, teacher, had this to say about the CTV Aboriginal Youth Communication Camps: "This is high quality event which explores all the areas of the news and gives our students a positive hands-on experience...It's exciting to watch the students go from being shy to being polished, confident on-screen talent. The whole day is planned down to the minute - just like the news."

If you know an Aboriginal youth that may be considering a career in journalism or in the television broadcast industry please call or email the number and address listed below to reserve a seat today. 

CTV Broadcast Scholarship

As part of our on-going commitment to increasing Aboriginal participation and reflection in the broadcast industry, CTV Broadcast Scholarships are available to Aboriginal, M�tis, and Inuit students enrolled in full-time broadcast programs and or related discipline. For more information about CTV's Broadcast Scholarship, please contact the nearest participating educational institution.

Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology
1400 Barrydowne Road
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 3V8
Telephone: (705) 566-8101

Sault College of Applied Arts & Technology
443 Northern Ave.
Sault Ste. Marie, ON, P6A 5L3
Telephone: (705) 759-2554, Ext. 704

Canadore College
100 College Drive,
P.O. Box 5001
North Bay, ON P1B 8K9
Tel: (705) 474-7600

Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology
P.O. Box 3211
Timmins, ON P4N 8R6
Telephone: (705) 235-3211


CTV Aboriginal Relations

Candalee Beatty
699 Frood Road
Sudbury, ON P3C 5A3
Phone. 705-674-8301 ext 2231
Fax. 705-674-2706