May 3

Morning Show Host - C100 - Halifax NS

Morning Show Host - KFUN - Kitchener / Waterloo ON

Weekend Show Host - CRUZ - Edmonton AB

Afternoon Traffic Reporter - 570 NEWS - Kitchener ON

PT News Anchor / Reporter - 570 NEWS - Kitchener ON

Daytime Host - KOOL FM - Kitchener / Waterloo ON

Summer Intern - THE GRAND - Fergus ON

Morning Show Host - COUNTRY 93 - Owen Sound ON

Account Manager - CHIN - Toronto ON

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April 30

Morning Show Host - COOL FM - Windsor / Chatham ON

Morning Show Host - THE BEACH - Wasaa Beach / Collingwood ON

PT News Reporter / Announer - CFAX - Victoria BC

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April 30

CRFC: This Summer, It's All About Youth

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April 29

Big Dog Regina Teams Up with Habitat for Humanity

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April 28

97.7 HTZ FM Honours Radio Personality’s Legacy

BlastTheRadio.com Celebrates 20,000+ Listens

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April 27

Fanshawe College Contemporary Media (Broadcasting) Wall of Fame

JUMP! 106.9's Greatest Gig on Earth Top 5

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April 27

HIRED! Steve Hayward

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April 26

WITTY, SOMETIMES TWITTY - AND READY TO ROCK

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April 21

BACK TO OUR ROOTS

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April 19

I Have What You Need

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April 5

American Major Market Hot AC/CHR & Internationally Syndicated Host Wants To Be On Your Station!

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April 30

MALE VO: Jason Welwood

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April 21

MALE VO: Sean Kovacs

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April 19

MALE VO: Rich Fleming

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April 5

MALE VO: Rob Kemp

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March 31

MALE VO: Dave Creelman

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April 29

Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do” jumps to number one on the CHR chart. It is her first chart-topping single at the format, surpassing the No. 3 peak of her first charted song, 2012’s “Lights.”

The other current single from the “Fifty Shades Of Grey” soundtrack, The Weeknd’s “Earned It,” moves 4-3 at CHR. It is the highest chart peak at the format for a Canadian artist since Drake’s “Hold On We’re Going Home” reached No. 3 in September 2013.

Florence + The Machine’s “What Kind Of Man” jumps to No. 1 on the Modern Rock chart. It is their second chart-topper at the format and first since “Dog Days Are Over” spent five weeks at the top in 2010.

 
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