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26
Nov
Songs of the homefront...

Songs of the homefront...

World War One was nearing an end when two ships collided in the narrows of Halifax Harbour, 100 years ago on December 6.
Radio was just beginning to rear its head at the time, but commercial radio wouldn’t be widely available for at least a few more years.

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29
Oct
Snow globe & bicycle perils...

Snow globe & bicycle perils...

Pre-9/11, if you told a story about a Canada Customs agent at the airport confiscating a souvenir snow globe because it contained too much liquid, people would sorta look at you funny. They’d think you were lying.

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15
Oct
When cyclists and normal people clash

When cyclists and normal people clash

I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike
I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride it where I like
— Queen

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01
Oct
Balls, Barbie & the driverless car madness

Balls, Barbie & the driverless car madness

It happens every time there are Liberals in power here and in Ottawa. And it’s happening again. They just don’t get along.

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18
Sep
Denyse Sibley, radio hero

Denyse Sibley, radio hero

I’m happy to hear that while Denyse Sibley has left the Maritime Broadcasting System building in Bayers Lake, she’s returned to the airwaves on the new Evanov country station with some kind of twice-daily gossip column thing.
Not only have I followed her career in radio and TV for decades (she does spots for Cars R Us and the camera loves her), but I used to work alongside her.

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