The catalogue includes classics like Blowin’ In The Wind and Like A Rolling Stone. Continue reading
Born and raised in Calgary, David attended SAIT’s RTBN program, graduating in June 2016.
After doing production, on-air, news and even dipping his toe into the sports broadcasting waters for a while in BC, he took a job at CKRM in Regina in November 2017.
During his time there, David was privileged to cover the Saskatchewan Roughriders, interview Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ron MacLean, Scott Niedermeyer and covering Saskatchewan legislative proceedings under the Brad Wall and Scott Moe governments.
When not at work, David can probably be found with his fellow Italians in Little Italy, loudly supporting the CFL and NHL and running around Edmonton’s river valley.
Edmonton is one of three Canadian markets vying to be named as a hub by the NHL. Continue reading →
Owner Shaqir Duraj says he’s looking more help to deliver bread as the COVID-19 pandemic goes on. Continue reading →
While all classes have been cancelled in Alberta due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents in the small town of Round Hill are relieved to hear the doors to their local school won’t be shuttered permanently. Continue reading →
The Maskwacis-based group has released 40 albums since being formed in 1982. Continue reading →
‘Merry Christmas Everybody’ features Toronto singer Mark Masri along with the musical group Vivace, which counts Saskatoon native Tiffany Desrosiers as one of its members. Continue reading →
Five Canadians made the list, including Drake, Justin Bieber and Bryan Adams. Continue reading →
The 21 year old, along with Stars defenseman Julius Honka, didn’t come to agreements with their teams by the 3:00 p.m. Mountain signing deadline. Continue reading →
Josh Sehn’s page has a fundraising threshold is $70,000, which he says will be used to help raise his family. He’s a father of seven. Continue reading →
The Eskimos now turn their focus to Montreal, where they’ll play the Alouettes in the East Semi-Final. Continue reading →
The song is from Williams’ 1989 album Symphony in Effect, the first album by a black Canadian artist to be certified platinum. Continue reading →
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised the project will go ahead. Continue reading →
With a victory over the Eskimos in Regina next week, the Saskatchewan Roughriders will receive a bye to the West semi-final. Continue reading →
Richard Knack, Lisa Budney and Abigail Thomas all agree on one thing: Greta Thunberg is driving forward the global climate change discussion. Continue reading →
With this win, the Lions four game winning streak is over, along with their playoff aspirations for this season. Continue reading →