Pamela Post is an award-winning radio, TV & film storyteller, journalist, broadcaster and educator based in Vancouver, Canada in Coast Salish territory. She is Ts’msyen and German-Canadian, well-known as a news reporter and documentarian with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, now freelancing. In January 2022, her one- hour radio documentary Passaggio: A Mother-Son Gender Journey aired on CBC Radio’s IDEAS. That same month, she was awarded a major Canada Council for the Arts Grant, under the Indigenous Arts ‘Creating, Knowing and Sharing’ stream preceded by a First Peoples Cultural Council Individual Artists grant in 2021, to continue development of her short animated film Haboolm Ksinaalgat (SOUL CATCHER) in the NFB/CBC short film tradition, based on Ts’msyen pre-and-post-contact history, inspired by the adaawx (stories) her nagwaadu (father) told her. She has won many awards and fellowships for her reporting, has reported for NPR and BBC and hosted a podcast on Indigenous issues.
- Fund for Indigenous Journalists: Reporting on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Transgender People (MMIWG2T)