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David Hayman, 42, on May 19. After graduating from York University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Film, Hayman produced several short films, which...

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Capt. Jenn Casey, 35, on May 17, in Kamloops. Originally from Halifax, Casey was hired right out of the University of King’s College Journalism...

Snowbirds’ crash victim was former broadcaster

A mission intended to inspire Canadians sheltering-in-place turned tragic in Kamloops, BC Sunday afternoon claiming the life of former broadcaster Capt. Jenn Casey. Casey was...

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Joyce Davidson Susskind, 89, on May 7, at Meighen Manor in Toronto, as a result of complications from COVID-19. Originally from Saskatoon, Davidson grew...

CKOC ‘hitmaker’ Nevin Grant dies at 80

Nevin Grant, the longtime music director at Hamilton's CKOC, passed away Wednesday after a battle with Parkinson's. He was 80. Grant, who established CKOC as...

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Rudy Morelli, 86, on May 1, of brain cancer. In addition to being a respected member of the legal community, Morelli was one of...

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Russ Peake, 80, on Apr. 27 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Peake was in broadcasting for nearly five decades, starting in radio in...

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Brian Langston, Apr. 17 of ALS. Langston started his career as an announcer, working at stations in Red Deer, Vancouver and Quesnel, before landing...

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Barry Allen Rasmussen, 74, on Apr. 4. Born and raised in Edmonton, Barry Allen (as he was known professionally) started his music career when...

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Shirley Douglas, 86, on Apr. 5, due to complications from pneumonia. Born in Weyburn, SK in 1934, to Irma May and Tommy, who would...

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