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The People of WLTN TransCan

August 15, 2018

It’s maybe a little embarrassing that TransCan has been happening right here in my own backyard for 2 1/2 decades and this is my first time attending, but I’m determined this week to get the...

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So great to catch up with my friend Cheryl Prashker to chat about this years Celtic Roots Festival in Goderich. It looks like the weather may be perfect for a great weekend of music, food...

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Ferda…

May 11, 2018

This is how things get done! I had a visit from four amazing young people from North Perth Westfield School this week. So much compassion, determination and excitement to roll up their sleeves and get...

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A beautiful cafe, in a great town featuring an amazing artist, supporting an incredible cause. If it sounds like a win/win/win/win, you’re right! This Friday, my friend and artist Bethany Davidson will give you an...

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Funny how you can live somewhere your whole life and still not know about some very exciting things that happen in your own back yard. Such is the case for me, when it comes to...

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It could be the best gift you’ll give this holiday season, or ever. On Tuesday, November 28th, we celebrate Giving Tuesday when you have the opportunity to give back, to yourself, your family, friends and to your...

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Kathryn and Scott are two fine people and excellent musicians and I’m pleased to be joining them for some holiday fun and music on December 17th at the Blyth Memorial hall. Please check out the...

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The Great Hospital Race

August 17, 2017

When it’s fun and helps a great cause! The 5th Annual Great Hospital Race is coming up and it’s a chance for you to have some fun while supporting the Wingham & District Hospital Foundation....

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It was pretty exciting to have Marcie Riegling in the studio to chat about her new project in support of the Alzheimer Society of Huron County! Following last year’s highly successful Pinup Calendar of Inspiring...

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“It will be a historic event”  The words of Doug Kuyvenhoven as we approach the re-opening of the Wingham Town Hall Theatre on Sunday with a concert featuring local talent. I’m excited to be part...

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