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Sign Offs from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

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SIGN-OFFS: Kenneth Haslam, Nov. 17, in Warkworth, ON. Remembered by his colleagues as the CBC “language god” who would rap broadcasters’ knuckles for bad grammar,...

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SIGN-OFFS: Kelly Boyd, in Edmonton, after health struggles during his final years. A longtime general manager with CJOK/CKYX Fort McMurray, Boyd retired in Dec. 2006...

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 SIGN-OFFS: Martin Fossum, 75, died peacefully at home in the Comox Valley on Nov. 10.  Born in Lloydminster, Sask., Martin was a graduate of the...

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SIGN-OFFS: Leonard Cohen, 82, on Nov. 7, peacefully at his home in Los Angeles. The Canadian poet, artist, songwriter and icon attended McGill University in...

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SIGN-OFFS: Frank Peers, 98, former head of CBC Public Affairs, was an academic with a passion for public broadcasting. Upon graduation from the University of...

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SIGN-OFFS: Dave Broadfoot, 90, on Nov. 1. Best known for his work on the radio version of CBC’s Royal Canadian Air Farce from 1973 to...

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SIGN-OFFS: Ann “Rooney” Taylor Graham Calderisi, 73, in Victoria, BC on Oct. 7. Sister of the late Ted Rogers. Calderisi was former Director of Industry...

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SIGN-OFFS: Gerry Acton, 85, at Stillwater Creek Residence, Nepean, ON on Oct. 12. Joined the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) as a recording operator in...

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Richard Morochove, 63, in Toronto on Sept. 16. The information technology expert appeared frequently on CTV's Canada AM and Newsnet, Global TV's evening news,...

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Lionel Duval, 83, at Jeanne-Crevier Accommodation center in Boucherville, Quebec. Duval was an interviewer and play-by-play announcer of Montreal Canadiens games on Radio-Canada’s La...
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