• To continue to grow as a broadcasting corporation by reaching individuals in the community and surrounding area with entertainment and updates on information and community events which will keep our listening audience in the loop
  • To provide Green Lake with local radio and local television channels, as well as entertainment through TV and radio bingo on Thursdays and Sundays
  • To work on incorporating the Metis language and culture everyday through music, stories and history of the people of Green Lake and surrounding areas


Green Lake Communications provides a continually-improving quality of communication services to the community of Green Lake and surrounding area. We strive for excellence and success as a team. We work together to give back to the community, along with local qualifying non-profit organizations, through fundraising and TV auctions.



Green Lake Communications was started as a way to keep community together. Elders and individuals that were not able to get out and about in the community could access the services and be connected to what was happening within the community. When the radio station first started it was Green Lake Broadcasting, and in 2002 it was established as Green Lake Communications Inc. Over the years there has been many people involved in the success of the community.

Telegraph Station -1930 (photo courtesy of Lawrence Arnault)

This building eventually became Mapes Hotel and finally the Green Lake Village Office/Radio Station/Bingo Sales (photo courtesy of Lawrence Arnault)

Radio Station – 2019

2019 Current building/Green Lake


Heather Laliberte

Cassandra Kennedy

The Board.

Jackie Kennedy

Della Aubichon

Della Aubichon

Book Keeper / Secretary

Edna Durocher



Green Lake
Communications Inc.

Box 111 Green Lake, Sk.  S0M 1B0
Location: 217 3rd Ave.

Phone: (306) 832-4414       Fax: (306) 832-4454
Radio Station Email: chgl94.9fmdamix@hotmail.ca
Secretary Email: comanagement@sasktel.net

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