Tommy Schnurmacher was a Canadian radio talk-show host, journalist and political commentator. He was the host of "The Tommy Schnurmacher Show" on CJAD-AM in Montreal, Quebec. From 1996 to 2017 he hosted a talk show airing weekday mornings from 9 o'clock until noon on CJAD, and continues to occasionally return as a guest commentator.
He won a Gold Ribbon Award in 1997 from the Canadian Association of Broadcasters for a bilingual open-line show he hosted with Gilles Proulx. [ citation needed ]He also has hosted a cross-country radio show with former Prime Minister Kim Campbell.
Kenneth Rafe Mair was a Canadian lawyer, political commentator, radio personality and politician in British Columbia, Canada. He served in the British Columbia Legislative Assembly as the member for Kamloops from 1975 to 1981 in the caucus of the Social Credit Party.
George Mark Paul Stroumboulopoulos is a Canadian media personality. He is best known as formerly being a VJ for the Canadian music television channel MuchMusic and being the host of the CBC Television talk show George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight from 2005 to 2014. From 2014 to 2016, Stroumboulopoulos worked for Rogers Media, anchoring Hockey Night in Canada and the NHL on Rogers. He is currently a radio host on CBC Music. Most recently, he joined Apple Music Radio as host of a Monday to Thursday live show.
George Balcan,, born George Adelard Alfred Balcaen, was a Canadian radio broadcaster and artist.
Avril Benoît is the executive director of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières in the United States (MSF-USA). Previously, Ms. Benoît served as Director of Communications and Fundraising with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) / Doctors Without Borders at its operational centre based in Geneva, Switzerland. She is a Canadian former broadcaster best known for her radio programmes and documentaries on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. From 2006 to 2012, after two decades in journalism, she joined MSF in Canada as director of communications. She has worked as a humanitarian country director and project coordinator with Médecins Sans Frontières, in Mauritania, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa.
CJAD is a commercial AM radio station operating in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The station has an English language news/talk radio format and identifies itself on-air as CJAD 800. Owned and operated by Bell Media, it has a daytime power of 50,000 watts but reduces power to 10,000 watts at night to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 800. The transmitter is located near Saint-Edouard, while studios and offices are located on Rene-Levesque Boulevard East in Downtown Montreal. CJAD can be heard across Canada on Bell Satellite TV channel 953.
Charles Adler is a Canadian writer/broadcaster and political commentator.
CKGM is an English language AM radio station in Montreal, Quebec, owned by Bell Media Radio. Formerly an affiliate of sports radio network "The Team," it was one of three stations to retain the sports radio format after the network folded in 2002 until it switched to the TSN Radio branding as in October 2011. CKGM has been an all-sports station since May 2001. Its studios and offices are located on René Lévesque Boulevard East in Downtown Montreal.
Ken Daniels is a Canadian sportscaster. Currently the play-by-play announcer for the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL on Fox Sports Detroit, entering his 19th season as the voice of the Red Wings, he is best known as a sportscaster with CBC Sports, having worked for the network from 1985 until 1997, the year he joined the Red Wings. Daniels now lives in Birmingham, Michigan.
Leslie Roberts is a Canadian television and radio personality, currently the host of CTV Morning Live in Ottawa. He was previously the host of The Leslie Roberts Show on CJAD in Montreal, until announcing on December 4, 2018 that he would be leaving the station as of December 21.
Andy Barrie, is an American Canadian radio personality most known for his work at Toronto radio stations, first at CFRB and later as host of Metro Morning on CBLA-FM from 1995 until his retirement on March 1, 2010.
CJBK is a radio station, broadcasting in London, Ontario, Canada at 1290 kHz. The station, owned by Bell Media, has an antenna system input power of 10,000 watts, as a class B station. The station airs a news, talk and sports format. It broadcasts the Western Ontario Mustangs college football team, serving as its flagship station. As of 2016, it also broadcasts Toronto Maple Leafs games.
Gordon Atkinson was a broadcaster and politician in Quebec, Canada.
Norm Marshall was a Canadian radio and television broadcaster. He and Larry O'Brien were commentators for the first telecast of a Grey Cup football game 29 November 1952 on CBLT Toronto. CBC paid both Marshall and O'Brien CAD$250 for this inaugural broadcast. He was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1989.
Anne Lagacé Dowson is a Canadian radio journalist.
Rick Moffat is a Canadian radio announcer. He recently provided play-by-play commentary for CJAD radio and TSN 690 for Montreal Alouettes games and Montreal Impact games. He also co-hosted The Morning Show on TSN 690 alongside Conor McKenna and Shaun Starr, weekday mornings from 6 - 10 a.m. As of November 28, 2019, he was no longer employed by the station.
Chris Robinson is a well-known Canadian broadcaster on travel and vacations. He is often consulted by Canadian media and travel organizations for his views on developments in the travel industry both in Canada and internationally. He has hosted over a thousand weekly radio shows initially on Newstalk 1010 CFRB and then on AM 740 in Ontario and CJAD 800 in Montreal, Quebec. The shows air on Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am in Ontario and on Saturdays at 11 am in Quebec. AM 740 is part of the Zoomermedia Interactive Network and CJAD 800 is part of Bell Media. Robinson maintains a travel blog that details his travels in association with the radio programs, as well as Facebook, Pinterest and podcasts of the Travel Shows. He is also a travel writer, contributing to several publications.
Ryan Rider is a Canadian professional wrestling commentator, radio broadcaster, and Marketing Representative for Paramount Pictures. He currently works at CJAD 800AM in Montreal as a Technical Producer and Sports Reporter and CHOM 97.7 as a Producer. He is best known as the founder, producer, and host of CJLO's The Main Event. Over his radio career, he has also appeared on CFMB, CINQ-FM, and CBC Radio.
Prior Smith is a Canadian broadcaster who owns and operates the network radio program Canada Calling and, for 35 years, produced the Canadian syndicated radio show "Grapeline".
Gilles Proulx is a historian, radio and television host in the province of Quebec, Canada. His radio career began in 1962, and he would retire as talk radio host on CHMP-FM forty-six years later on August 7, 2008. A strong Quebec nationalist, he published 153 opinion columns in 2015–2020 in the Le Journal de Montréal.
Royal Orr is a Canadian former radio host, best known as the host of CBC Radio's Cross Country Checkup from 1992 to 1994.
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