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SAY Magazine’s Summer Issue 2016

SAY Magazine’s Summer Issue is now available and can be downloaded from:  https://www.hightail.com/download/cUJXU2VyTERuSlJ3SGNUQw From time to time SAY makes publications available digitally to select groups.  To ensure regular delivery, copies are available by subscribing – see the Webstore at www.saymag.com To participate in the SAY Back2School issue, distributed in time for the Fall education start […]

by ahnationtalk on June 27, 2016608 Views

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Annual Economic Development issue of SAY Magazine now available.

Annual Economic Development issue of SAY Magazine now available. Annual Economic Development issue of SAY Magazine now available.  Featuring articles on several Ec Dev Success stories, including the World Indigenous Business Forum and the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico, here is the link for a free download:  https://www.hightail.com/download/ZWJVclVFQXBwaFIzZU1UQw NOTE:  the link expires […]

by pmnationtalk on November 17, 2015782 Views

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The Fall issue of SAY Magazine is now available

The Fall issue of SAY Magazine is now available.  This issue features information about online Business Management courses offered by McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies; profiles of Entrepreneurs; the results of the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards and 2015-16 Miss Manito Ahbee Youth Ambassador. SAY is offering a FREE digital link to the issue, https://www.hightail.com/download/bXBhSkhTd0kwMEdLRmNUQw  which expires […]

by ecnationtalk on October 5, 2015763 Views

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SAY Magazine’s activities! The 2015 SUMMER ISSUE is now available

Education:  SAY Magazine’s activities! The 2015 SUMMER ISSUE is now available. With APTN’s Aboriginal Day LIVE & Celebration featured on the cover, the Summer issue focuses on Partners.  It also features numerous Native Women in honour of Mother’s Day. Information on Grand River Employment and Training’s WRAP program is very timely given the upcoming ‘Aboriginal […]

by pmnationtalk on May 18, 2015885 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 2014 Fall Issue is Now Available

  One of the fastest growing entrepreneur groups in North America:  Native business owners. SAY is known as a resource and NationTalk’s Indigenous Business & Finance today (ibftoday.ca) is a resource tailor-made to help today’s entrepreneurs. The majority of revenue-generating enterprises in Native communities are tribally owned.  However, within recent years, small individually owned enterprises […]

by ahnationtalk on October 17, 20141249 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 2014 BACK2SCHOOL Issue, Focusing on the Connection Between Education/Employment/Earnings is now Available

      SAY MAGAZINE’S 2014 BACK2SCHOOL ISSUE, FOCUSING ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT/EARNINGS IS NOW AVAILABLE  A recent television commercial states that it is estimated that by 2017 one million Aboriginal workers will be available in Canada.  But will they be employable?  This SAY issue addresses the question by…Read More  SAY’s 2014 Back2School Issue  […]

by ecnationtalk on September 25, 20141487 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 2014 Economic Development Issue is now Available

      SAY MAGAZINE’S 2014 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ISSUE IS NOW AVAILABLE.  When discussing the economic impact of businesses, the main focus has been on large companies and employers.  However, it is the small businesses and tribally owned enterprises which have a more immediate and direct economic impact in our Native community.   Regardless of the […]

by ecnationtalk on September 24, 20141433 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 2014 Back2school Issue, Focusing on the Connection Between Education/Employment/Earnings is Now Available

SAY MAGAZINE’S 2014 BACK2SCHOOL ISSUE, FOCUSING ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT/EARNINGS IS NOW AVAILABLE A recent television commercial states that it is estimated that by 2017 one million Aboriginal workers will be available in Canada. But will they be employable? This SAY issue addresses the question by…Read More SAY’s 2014 Back2School Issue A recent television […]

by ahnationtalk on September 16, 20141251 Views

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The launch of SAY Magazine’s new website today is supporting the recently announced partnership between NationTalk and SAY Magazine.

      Winnipeg, Manitoba, August 21, 2014 – The launch of SAY Magazine’s new website today is supporting the recently announced partnership between NationTalk and SAY Magazine.   The new website will feature NationTalk’s Job Board as well as provide integrated social media links.  The new site features additional sections on key areas, including Economics, making […]

by ecnationtalk on August 21, 20141112 Views

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SAY Magazine Joins NationTalk’s Supporter Partner Program

        SAY Magazine Joins NationTalk’s Supporter Partner Program  (OTTAWA, Ontario, August 11, 2014) – NationTalk is pleased to announce SAY Magazine has joined the Supporter Partner Program, combining the strengths of SAY Magazine’s insightful content with NationTalk’s trusted distribution services.  This partnership will increase the visibility, all across Canada, of much-needed Aboriginal […]

by ecnationtalk on August 11, 20141120 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 2014 Annual Education Guide for Native Students is now available

      SAY Magazine’s 2014 Annual Education Guide for Native Students is now available in retail stores and from the webstore at www.saymag.com Continuing to provide information for students considering a post-secondary education leading to a career, the 2014 Guide focuses on Labour, Entrepreneurship and Career Services. First Nations University of Canada is the sponsor of […]

by ecnationtalk on February 19, 2014791 Views

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SAY Magazine’s Publisher, Leslie Lounsbury, Honoured by Major Pratt School, Russell, Manitoba

September 6, 2012                                                                                             For Immediate Release Leslie Lounsbury, founder […]

by mmnationtalk on September 6, 20121389 Views

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SAY Magazine recipient of Native American Journalist Association’s 2012 Media Awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – MONDAY, March 19, 2012 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – SAY Magazine is celebrating ten years of operation. The largest lifestyle magazine in the world for Native people, the first issue was published in the Summer of 2002, with Inuk NHL player Jordin Tootoo on the cover. Since then close to 100 issues […]

by NationTalk on June 25, 20121452 Views

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SAY Magazine’s 10th Anniversary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – MONDAY, March 19, 2012 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – SAY Magazine is celebrating ten years of operation. The largest lifestyle magazine in the world for Native people, the first issue was published in the Summer of 2002, with Inuk NHL player Jordin Tootoo on the cover. Since then close to 100 issues […]

by NationTalk on March 19, 20121780 Views

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Still Time for YOUR Message in SAY Magazine’s Spring issue on Tourism

Still Time for YOUR Message in SAY Magazine’s Spring issue on Tourism. Professional, independent, Native owned and operated, with Messages of Hope, SAY reaches the major influencers in our Native Community as well as grassroots contacts rarely reached by other publications. Distributed in both Canada and the US, this issue will be published before the […]

by NationTalk on March 7, 20111437 Views

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SAY Magazine’s annual University and College Guide for Native Students still has advertising space available

SAY Magazine’s annual University and College Guide for Native Students still has advertising space available. This Guide will be launched at the National Consultation on Career Development and Workforce Learning, February 15 – 17, in Toronto. It will also be available at the AFOA Conference, February 15 – 17, in Vancouver. Contact: info[at]saymag.com or call […]

by NationTalk on January 18, 20111662 Views

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EXCLUSIVE SAY interview with James Cameron of Avatar

EXCLUSIVE SAY interview with James Cameron of Avatar – live video now available on www.saymag.com Still time to place your message in the Fall issue with Cameron on the cover. Distributed at Manito Ahbee, National Congress of American Indians, Canadian Aboriginal Festival and more events before Holiday Season. Call 1.866.485.2380 or email info[at]saymag.com

by NationTalk on October 20, 20101375 Views

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Still time to get YOUR message into the Best Practices in Aboriginal Economic Development

Still time to get YOUR message into the Best Practices in Aboriginal Economic Development, which is distributed at CANDO, World Indigenous Business Forum, Manito Ahbee, Canada Career Week and other events. SPACE RESERVATION: AUGUST 31; MATERIALS DUE: SEPTEMBER 2. SAY MAGAZINE – Award winning, professional and reputable! SAY Magazine provides targeted content and has a […]

by NationTalk on August 26, 20101309 Views

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Four Host First Nations Has Extended an Invitation to SAY Magazine

Winnipeg, Manitoba

February 15, 2010

SAY Magazine is excited and honoured that Four Host First Nations has extended an invitation to SAY Magazine to continue at the Aboriginal Business Showcase for the duration of the 2010 Games.

by NationTalk on February 16, 20101527 Views

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SAY Magazine Announces Celebrity Attendees at the SAY Booth at the 2010 Games Aboriginal Business Showcase, located in Vancouver Community College

Winnipeg, Manitoba

February 11, 2010

During the three opening days, February 12, 13 and 14, SAY is expecting the following individuals to be at the booth to autograph copies of the World Indigenous Sport, Culture and Tourism Souvenir publication:

by NationTalk on February 11, 20101647 Views

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SAY Magazine Announces Presence at 2010 Games Aboriginal Business Showcase.

Winnipeg, Manitoba

January 8, 2010

SAY Magazine has been selected as one of the Aboriginal businesses to participate in the Four Host First Nation Aboriginal Pavilion’s Aboriginal Business Showcase during the 2010 Games.

by NationTalk on January 7, 20101749 Views

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SAY Magazine Announces an Exclusive and one-of-a-kind publication

Winnipeg, Manitoba
October 22, 2009

SAY Magazine will publish the first ever World Indigenous Sport, Culture and Tourism magazine for distribution in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada during the 2010 Olympics. Several venues have been confirmed for distribution.

by NationTalk on October 22, 20091625 Views

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SAY Magazine is extremely pleased to be the recipient of two prestigious awards

PRESS RELEASE

Announced recently at the 25th Annual Conference of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the second consecutive year, SAY Magazine has received the NAJA Media Awards for General Excellence, (Monthly/Bimonthly) and Best Layout Magazine.

The Association serves and empowers Native journalists through programs and actions designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures. NAJA recognizes Native Americans as distinct peoples based on tradition and culture. NAJA recognizes and celebrates the outstanding achievements of their membership with the Native Media Awards.

by NationTalk on August 4, 20091561 Views

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SAY Announces Environment & Technology Fall Theme

Winnipeg, Manitoba

June 30, 2009

Announcing Fall 2009 Issue:
SAY Magazine is pleased to announce that the Fall issue of SAY Magazine will have an ENVIRONMENT & TECHNOLOGY theme, with a special HEALTHY LIVING section. For more information about advertising or if you would like to make a submission for a story idea, please contact SAY Magazine at the address below. The ENVIRONMENT & TECHNOLOGY issue of SAY Magazine will be published August 2009.

by NationTalk on June 30, 20091624 Views

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Announces 2nd Edition 2010 ABORIGINAL TOURISM GUIDE and the 2nd Edition University & College Guide for Native Students

MEDIA ADVISORY

June 22, 2009

CANADA – Due to an overwhelming positive response to the 2009 Aboriginal Tourism Guide, SAY Magazine is pleased to announce that Aboriginal Tourism Canada (ATC) will publish a 2nd edition of the Aboriginal Tourism Guide for distribution at the 2010 Olympics. Significant Aboriginal cultural tourism destinations will be featured in the Guide. For information regarding the Aboriginal Tourism Guide, please contact ATC at aboriginaltourism.ca. Advertising information can be obtained from SAY Magazine at the address below.

by NationTalk on June 22, 20091819 Views

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SAY Magazine Announces the First Post Secondary Guide for Aboriginal Students

CANADA – SAY Magazine is pleased to present SAY’s first Post Secondary Guide for Aboriginal Students. Sponsored by Algonquin College of Applied Arts & Technology, the Guide is a compilation of information on post secondary institutions and scholarships across Canada that will assist Canada’s Aboriginal people. With all regions represented, we are confident that this Guide will prove an invaluable tool to all Aboriginal people with an interest in post secondary information. For details how to order, please see below.

by NationTalk on May 11, 20093157 Views

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SAY Magazine Announces First Edition Aboriginal Tourism Guide

PRESS RELEASE

2009 – 2010

ABORIGINAL TOURISM GUIDE

(FIRST EDITION)

CANADA – In partnership with Aboriginal Tourism Canada (ATC), the Significant 28 members and the Aboriginal tourism industry of Canada, SAY Magazine is pleased to present Canada’s first Aboriginal Tourism Guide. The Significant 28 members highlighted in this national guide are the achievers of a standard of excellence of tourism product and quality ready to take on the world. Significant Aboriginal cultural tourism destinations are featured in the Guide. We invite you to explore the Aboriginal Tourism Guide and see Canadian Aboriginal tourism from a new angle.

by NationTalk on May 6, 20092270 Views

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