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Kuljeet Kaila, 46, on Sept. 10. Kaila had been a fixture on both radio and TV in Metro Vancouver since the late 1990s after...

Vancouver broadcaster Kuljeet Kaila passes away after battle with cancer

Vancouver broadcaster Kuljeet Kaila has passed away after undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer. Kaila, who had most recently been a reporter...

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Keith Spicer, 89, on Aug. 24. After graduating from the University of Toronto and the Sorbonne, Spicer began his professional career teaching at the...

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Phil Lind, 80, on Aug. 20. For nearly 40 years, Lind was the right-hand man to Rogers Communications founder Ted Rogers, credited with playing...

Phil Lind remembered as ‘class act’ by friends, competitors

Colleagues, friends and competitors are remembering Phil Lind today. The longtime Rogers Communications executive and Vice Chair of its board passed away Sunday at...

Rogers Communications Vice Chair Phil Lind has died

Phil Lind, a close confidante of Rogers Communications (RCI) founder Ted Rogers and a longtime director of the company, has passed away. He was...

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Sylvia Asche Bullard, on Aug. 14, after a short battle with cancer. Asche Bullard began her broadcasting career at CJMQ Sherbrooke, Que. where she...

Radio veteran Doug Barron aka ‘Hal Harbour’ has passed away

Doug Barron, who entertained audiences from Toronto to Halifax over a 45-year broadcasting career, has passed away at age 71, his family has announced. Originally...

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Chris Bowen, 38, on July 31. Bowen’s interest in radio was piqued as a volunteer at University of Waterloo campus station, Radio Waterloo (CKMS-FM),...

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Patrick Monaghan on July 25. Monaghan was the host of award-winning program “Buckslide Blues Cruise” on Haliburton community radio station 100.9 Canoe FM (CKHA-FM)....

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