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Jean de Grandpré, 100, on July 31. Instrumental in transforming the telecommunications industry in Canada, de Grandpré joined Bell in 1966 as General Counsel,...

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Dave Fisher, 71, on July 20, after suffering a heart attack. Fisher began his radio career in Lindsay, ON, followed by stops in Peterborough,...

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Jody Porter, on July 18, after battling cancer. Best known for her two decades as a reporter with CBC Thunder Bay, Porter was a...

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John Beveridge, 89, on June 15. After working for the Canadian High Commission in Wellington, New Zealand, Beveridge started his career in broadcasting with...

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Loretta Rogers, 83, on June 11. The matriarch of the Rogers family and the co-founder of Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI), Loretta Rogers was RCI’s...

Rogers family matriarch Loretta Rogers dies at 83

Loretta Rogers, the matriarch of the Rogers family and the co-founder of Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI), passed away Saturday. She was 83. “Lisa, Melinda, Martha,...

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Roy Hennessy, 80, on June 7, after suffering a stroke on May 27. Originally from Ladner, BC, Hennessy started his broadcast career doing evenings...

Veteran broadcaster Roy Hennessy passes away

Roy Hennessy, a well-known Vancouver DJ in the 1960s and '70s and a past General Manager of CITI FM Winnipeg and CFRB Toronto, passed...

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Andrew Krystal, 63, on May 22 in Toronto. After graduating from the University of Toronto, Krystal started in broadcasting creating syndicated entertainment content for...

Andrew Krystal passes away at age 63

Veteran talk show host and journalist Andrew Krystal passed away Sunday in Toronto. He was 63. Krystal had most recently been hosting Krystal Nation on...

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