We’ve reached a turning point in history and a shift is taking place. There’s still a big hill to climb, but one thing is for certain; a powerful movement is well underway and our people are leading the action.

WIOT Magazine is a response to the growing wave of consciousness towards Indigenous voices across the country. We're writers, artists, activists, filmmakers, scholars, knowledge keepers, and generally awesome doers. Our strength is rooted in community, and we're all contributing to it in our own way.

Here, we’re sharing what’s real to us and want you to join the conversation. We know that our stories hold incredible power, and people are listening more than ever. Above all else, our stories show us all the nuances that make up who we are as Indigenous people. And that’s something to celebrate.

We are looking for stories to feature in our upcoming issues. Find out how you can contribute to WIOT Magazine.

Our Team

WIOT Magazine is a collective labour of love. It’s brought to you by a passionate group of people, including all our contributors who fearlessly put themselves out there and tell it like it is!

Produced and published by

Rezolution Pictures Inc.

Executive Producers

Catherine Bainbridge

Christina Fon

Linda Ludwick

Ernest Webb


Jake Kent

Claire Mackinnon

Lisa M. Roth

Working it out together magazine


Rezolution Pictures & Waneek Horn-Miller


Brittany LeBorgne

Associate Editor

Waneek Horn-Miller


Reisa Levine

Chief Financial Officer

Linda Ludwick

Lead Artist

Meky Ottawa

Business Development Manager

Melissa Juliette M.

Website created by KNGFU

Creative Director and Executive Producer
Ghassan Fayad

Producer and Editorial Strategist
Philip Kalin-Hajdu

Art Director
Kevin Lo (LOKI)

Project Manager
Paul Madillo

Colas Wohlfahrt

Lead Developer
Will Fahey

Frontend Developer
Jerome Leveneur

Community Management
Severine Baron

Content Manager
Elise Zamia

Advisory Board

This unique panel of respected community members helps us to deliver WIOT Magazine in a good way. Their support is greatly appreciated, and reflects the magic that occurs when different talents, backgrounds, and cultures come together.

Waneek Horn-Miller

Waneek is Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) of the bear clan. She is an Olympian, ambassador, health advocate, and the host/co-creator of APTN’s Working It Out Together TV series. Waneek’s projects often take her on the road, and she uses these opportunities to promote Indigenous issues and successes. Her downtime is spent with her growing family.

Alex McComber

Alex is Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) of the bear clan. He’s made many contributions to Indigenous healthcare and education, and currently acts as an Advisory Board member, Community Researcher, and Training Facilitator for the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project (KSDPP).

Beatrice Deer

Beatrice is an Inuit singer, artist, seamstress and health advocate. She has 4 albums under belt, and regularly performs in the north and urban centres. Her art is inspired by her culture, feminist perspectives, and traditional story-telling. Beatrice is also an active voice regarding the suicide crisis in Inuit communities.

Alano Edzerza

Alano is a Tahltan artist and fashion designer based in Vancouver, BC. His work, rooted in the contemporary northwest coast art movement, has made him a fixture in galleries and on the runway. Alano is an equally successful entrepreneur, and works with other artists to support their professional growth.

Andre Morriseau

Andre (Ojibway) is an enthusiastic advocate and ambassador for Indigenous arts, culture and public affairs. He has been an essential force behind major entities, from the Ontario Arts Council and ImagineNATIVE to Indspire and the Chiefs of Ontario. Andre is currently the Director of Awards and Communications for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.

Sarain Carson

Sarain (Ojibway) is a multi-talented presence who artfully blends tradition with new media. She is an acclaimed dancer, choreographer, actor, stylist, activist, and lover of old stories and ceremonies. Sarain’s endeavours take her all over Turtle Island, which she regularly documents on her social media channels.

Stacia Loft

Stacia is Kanien’keha:ka (People of the Flint – Mohawk) from Kenhte:ke (Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory). For the last 15 years, she has worked in Indigenous spaces specific to youth engagement, community development and social justice. Stacia is currently the Justice Manager at the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres.