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Vicki Gabereau - Click for alternate enlargement Vicki Gabereau - CHIC Brampton ON 1975; host Variety Tonight CBC Radio Toronto 1981; host Variety Tonight CBC Radio Vancouver 1982-97; Gabereau host CBC Radio Vancouver 1985-97; talk show host Vicki Gabereau CTV British Columbia and CTV national 1997-2005; three time ACTRA Award winner for Best Radio Host-Interviewer; three Leo Awards for Best Host, Best Lifestyle or Talk Series, and Best Director; member B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame Starwalk at the Orpheum; inducted into CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame 2006; host The Sunday Edition CBC Radio Vancouver 2008-circa 2009; ICBC insurance commercials 2011; Knowledge Network fund raiser; co-owner VG Shoes West Vancouver 2013-current 


Irfaan Gaffar - Click to enlarge Irfaan Gaffar - BCIT Broadcast trainee; traffic CHMJ Vancouver to 2007; traffic/sports CKWX Vancouver 2007-10; writer/reporter Sportsnet Pacific 2012-current


Chuck Gage CJOR 1972 - Click for recent photo Chuck Gage - Stock market reporter CJOR Vancouver early to mid 1970s; President BC Golf Association; Pacific Northwestern Golf Association (PNGA) President 1998-99, Board of Directors 1989-2000, club representative 1988-current and Centennial Chairman 1999; over 12 years on committees and assisting tournaments Big Sky Golf & Country Club Whistler BC; Sport BC Community Sport Hero 2005


Marc Gage - Click to enlarge
Marc Gage - Communications/journalism Centennial College Toronto 1983; CTV National News; CBC-TV 1988-2002 including co-host Down to Earth CBC-TV 1990s; reporter CBC North early 2000s; international freelance journalist/communications consultant providing broadcast journalism training in emerging democracies; president Marc Gage and Associates Vancouver 1990-current.  LinkedIn profile


Margo Gage from CKLG promo poster 1958 Margo Gage - Co-host with Barrie Clark My Favourite Dish afternoons CKLG Vancouver late 1950s


Chris Gailus - Click to enlarge Chris Gailus - Broadcast Journalism Program graduate Mount Royal College Calgary 1989; CISA-TV Lethbridge TV 1989-92; reporter/weekend anchor CFCN-TV Calgary 1992-97; news anchor CICT-TV Calgary 1997-2000; WFAA-TV Dallas 2000-03; morning news anchor Good Day New York WNYW-TV New York 2003-06; recipient New York Regional Emmy Best Morning Newscast 2005; reporter/anchor Global BC 2006-current.  LinkedIn profile


Kate Gajdosik - Click to enlarge Kate Gajdosik - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate with honours 2006; co-host/reporter Plugged In Rogers Cable Vancouver 1995-2000; co-host/reporter In Sport Rogers Cable Vancouver 1998-2000; production/acccounting/art department, numerous movie/TV productions 1999-current including Monk 2002, Agent Cody Banks 2003 Stargate: Atlantis 2004 and Shooter 2007; traffic reporter Corus Radio Group 2006-07; helicopter reporter Global BC 2006-07; Chopper 9 fill-in reporter/weekend weathercaster CTV British Columbia 2007-11; weathercaster Global TV Winnipeg 2011-13; weather anchor/meteorologist Global BC 2013-16; freelance producer 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Sarah Galashan - Click to enlarge Sarah Galashan - Contributor Hamilton Spectator 1994; reporter University of British Columbia newspaper Ubyssey 1995-99; reporter National Post 1999; reporter Vancouver Sun 1999-2001; general assignment reporter BCTV Vancouver 2001-02; reporter CTV British Columbia 2002-05; Alberta Bureau Chief CTV News 2005-08; Whistler Bureau reporter CTV British Columbia 2008-11; Vancouver Bureau Chief CTV National News 2011-12; Vancouver-based reporter CBC News Network 2012-current


Cory Galbraith CFTR 1979 - Click for recent photo Cory Galbraith - CHUB Nanaimo 1975-76; CJJC Langley 1976; CFVR Abbotsford 1976-77; evening news CFUN Vancouver 1977-78; reporter and swing news CFTR Toronto 1978-82; news director CJSB Ottawa 1982-87; founded/senior content manager Galbraith Communications Ottawa 1987-current; publications manager Canadian Real Estate Association Ottawa 1989-90; communications consultant, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Ottawa 1990-93.  CFTR memories/audio


Traci Galbraith - Click to enlarge Traci Galbraith - Bachelor of Applied Arts in Radio and Television, Ryerson University Toronto 1988; control room production assistant CKVU-TV and BCTV Vancouver 1994-96; entertainment/features reporter CBC Vancouver 1996-98; field director/producer CBC Television Vancouver 1998-99; entertainment/features reporter VTV Vancouver 1999-2001; field director/producer Force Four Productions 2001-02; show producer/writer TV Guide Network 2002-09; show producer/writer Lionsgate Vancouver 2009; story editor/writer Urban/Suburban Force Four Entertainment 2011; story editor/writer Extreme Animal Obsessions Animal Planet 2011; casting director Great Pacific Television/Slice Network 2012; story editor/writer various 2012; story editor/writer The Liquidator Season 3 Anaid Productions Vancouver 2013; story editor/writer Air Show Great Pacific Television/Discovery Canada 2013-14; Field Director Base Two Media Vancouver 2013-14; story editor/writer, The Liquidator Season 4 Anaid Productions/OLN/City-TV 2014; story editor/writer, Air Show Great Pacific Television/Discovery Canada 2013-14; Director, The Liquidator Season 4 Anaid Productions/OLN/City-TV 2014; Story Editor/Writer Highway Thru Hell Season 4 GPM/Discovery Canada/The Weather Channel (USA) 2014-15; producer various productions Los Angeles 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile  Traci's website


Margaret Gallagher - Click to enlarge Margaret Gallagher - Editor/freelance writer/technical communicator; reporter Early Edition CBC Radio Vancouver current; Radio and Television News Directors Association award winner for documentary Fade to Black 2004


Tony Gallagher - Click to enlarge Tony Gallagher - Sports writer University of British Columbia Ubyssey newspaper 1969; sports columnist focusing on NHL Vancouver Province 1972-87 and general columnist 1987-89; host national open line radio show Gallagher on Sport Satellite radio network 1989-91; NHL and NBA columnist The Province 1991-current; host Gameday with Gallagher CKST Vancouver current.  Province bio


Anne Garber - Click for larger photo Anne Garber - Author or co-author of 14 best-selling books on travel, bargains, access and food; producer for Dave Barrett show CJOR Vancouver; food and travel feature magazine writer; seasonal guest Almanac CBC Radio regional BC network; Vancouver Province columnist; managing director, content editor, restaurant & food editor and consumer product reviewer; daily consumer/restaurant segments KISM-FM Bellingham mid-late 2000s.  Died in Vancouver July 16, 2011 at age 64.


Ed Garcia - Click to enlarge Ed Garcia - BCIT Broadcasting Communications graduate 2008; taffic reporter CHMJ Vancouver 2007-15; host Fatlip Radio CKNW Vancouver 2010-11; weekend sports anchor CKNW 2010-15; weekend announcer CFOX-FM Vancouver 2015-current


James Gardner (Lyle Stafford photo) - Click to enlarge
James Gardner (formerly Sheila Gardner) - News announcer CIRK-FM/CJCA Edmonton early eighties; CFRN Edmonton 1986-87; producer/host Earthbeat CKKS-FM Vancouver 1987-1992; afternoon news CKZZ-FM/CISL Vancouver 1996-1999; weekend afternoons CKWX Vancouver 1999-2003; news announcer CKNW 2006-08; news CHQT Edmonton 2008-10; news CFAX Victoria 2010-current


Jessica Gares - Click to enlarge
Jessica Gares - BCIT Broadcast and Media Communications graduate 2010; promotions Corus Entertainment Vancouver 2009; Media Liaison Officer Olympic Broadcasting Services Richmond Olympic Oval 2010; Senior Producer The Bill Good Show CKNW Vancouver  2010-14; Senior Producer/correspondent/features reporter/host CKNW 2014-15; Communications Officer, Media and Issues Management BCLC 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile   


Terry Garner - Click to enlarge Terry Garner - Organized concert tours for Duke Ellington and Woody Herman late 1940s-50s; radio host mostly on jazz programs: CJVI Victoria, including Saturday Afternoon Swing Show (with Jack Kyle) CKWX Vancouver late 1940s, We Call it Music Sunday nights CKDA Victoria circa 1950-51, CKWX 1952, Hamilton, Montreal, CFUN Vancouver (Production Manager) 1959 & CHQM Vancouver 1960s; original editor Vancouver entertainment guide Q Magazine: A Guide to Entertainment and the Arts; wrote column on horse racing for Vancouver Life magazine 1960s; quizmaster Reach for the Top CBC-TV Vancouver 1961-82; senior faculty member BC Institute of Technology Radio Program 1974-91; Knowledge Network mid to late 80s.  Died January 7, 1996 at age 69


Allen Garr - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Langara College Allen Garr - News CKLG-FM Vancouver 1970-75; started first talk show on local FM Talk In Stereo featuring phone callers on one stereo channel and Allen on the other, cancelled after CKLG strike of 1975; labour and economics specialist CBC-TV Vancouver; CKNW Vancouver news early nineties; columnist Vancouver Courier; political columnist Vancouver Province; instructor Langara College Vancouver current


George Garrett 1955 courtesy CKNW - Click for recent photo George Garrett - CJNB North Battleford SK 1954-55; news reporter CKNW New Westminster 1955-64; sales CKNW 1964-75; Station Manager CJAT Trail 1976; news then investigative reporter CKNW 1976-99; retired 1999; member Canadian Association of Broadcasters Half Century Club; Radio-Television News Directors Association Lifetime Achievement Award 2004.  Mike Cleaver interview 


John Garrett - Click to enlarge John Garrett - WHA goaltender 1973-79; NHL including Vancouver Canucks 1979-85; CBC-TV Hockey Night in Canada commentator 1986-88; sports director/Don Percy morning team CISL Vancouver early 90s; colour analyst CBC-TV Hockey Night in Canada 1991-96; NHL hockey colour analyst Rogers Sportsnet and pay-per-view current


Wally Garrett CKNW circa 1951 - Click for 1957 photo courtesy Top Dog! Wally Garrett - CKOV Kelowna 1943-46; CKWX Vancouver 1946-47; Program Director CKMO Vancouver 1947-1950; CKNW Vancouver 1951-71


Garry Gaudet - Click to enlarge Garry Gaudet - Evening news CKOM Saskatoon 1957-58; news CKRM Regina 1958-59; CHUB Nanaimo 1959; CKRM 1959-60; CJOR Vancouver 1960; continuity/news CKLG Vancouver 1960; assistant production manager/music programmer/writer CHQM Vancouver 1960-67; CHQT Edmonton 1967-73; host evening program Odd Lot and writer Mosaic feature CHQM 1979-80; CBC Radio News Vancouver 1982-85; Communications Officer Okanagan University College Kelowna; semi-retired Lantzville BC; Managing Director Extreme Interface Kayaks & Watercraft Ltd. Qualicum Beach BC current


Barry Gaudin - Click for 1970s CKNW photo Barry Gaudin - Aka Barry Gordon CKOK Penticton; CJOR Vancouver 1970s; CKNW New Westminster; morning drive CIOF Vancouver 1986


Gerry Gawne - Click to enlarge Gerry Gawne - CKOV Kelowna; morning host CKOK Penticton; news and swing shifts CKNW New Westminster 1960-62 & hosted all-night show on stand-by facilities during Typhoon Frieda October 1962 when virtually all west coast stations were knocked off by power outages; Program Director CJOR Vancouver 1962-64; Program Director then Station Manager KING Radio Seattle 1964-75; founder creative services studio in 1976 now managed by son Graham under name of Communiqué


Lana Gay - Click to enlarge
Lana Gay - Graduate Ryerson University Toronto; promotions/producer CFNY-FM Toronto 1999-2003; swing announcer CFNY-FM 2003-05; Indie music director and on-air as Lana nights/weekends CFOX-FM Vancouver 2005-07; host/content contributor CBC Radio 3/CBC Music Vancouver 2007-current


Marlaina Gayle - Click to enlarge Marlaina Gayle - CJAT Trail 1974; CJOR Vancouver; CKPG Prince George; CKXL Calgary; CFAX Victoria; CKNW New Westminster; CBC-TV Vancouver; Consumer Reporter Vancouver Province (BC Newspaper Awards Best News Story 1989); President Vancouver Press Club 1990; Noon News Hour BCTV; Consumer Columnist CBC NewsWorld; Press Secretary for Opposition Leader Gordon Campbell 1996-98; Partner, New York-based Greg Kinch Photography Inc. and owner Florida-based Studio A Go-Go; New York Women’s Agenda (NYWA) Galaxy Award 2003; Member of the Year, New York City chapter National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-NYC) 2004


Anna Gebauer - Click for larger photo Anna Gebauer - University of BC graduate and contributing writer for The Ubyssey; BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; CKNW Vancouver; Broadcast News/Canadian Press; BCTV Vancouver 1999-2001 and reporter BCTV/Global 2001-09; Jack Webster award for Best Feature - Television 2004; Jack Webster Award for Best Science and Technology series on Forensic Botany 2008; freelance CTV British Columbia 2009; fill-in Current Affairs and News Talk Show Host CKNW 2009-current


Dave Geddes - Click for larger photo Dave Geddes - CKGM Montreal 1960-67; morning drive CFAX Victoria 1967-69; afternoon drive CJVI Victoria 1969-71; afternoon drive CHQM Vancouver 1971-92; GM/PD CKST Vancouver 1999-2001; media spokesman TransLink Vancouver 2001-04


Meredith Geddes - Click to enlarge Meredith Geddes - Radio broadcasting diploma Seneca College Toronto 2007; swing then evenings/weekends CICS-FM Sudbury/CICZ-FM Midland ON 2007-09; on-air host Rogers TV Simcoe County ON 2009; middays then p.m. drive Blackburn Radio/CKLO-FM London ON 2009-11; middays CFUN-FM Vancouver 2011-12; drive announcer CKLG-FM/CJAX-FM Vancouver 2012-15; middays CFOX-FM Vancouver 2015-current and remote host CJKR-FM Winnipeg 2016-current.  Meredith's website 


Eric Gee 1950s - Click for recent photo Eric Gee - Announcer/operator CKWX Vancouver 1950s; Montreal radio; CBC; National Film Board of Canada; President Victoria College Craigdarroch Castle Alumni Association Victoria early 2000s


Cal George CKWX early 1950s - Click for early 1940s and 1964 photos Cal George - CHWK Chilliwack 1942; initially operator then announcer CKWX Vancouver 1942-67; CKOK Penticton 1967-85; member CAB Quarter Century Club; retired and enjoying golf in Penticton


Mike Georgiopoulous - Click to enlarge Mike Georgiopoulous - Producer/host Greek Canadian Memories CJVB Vancouver 1972-current


Bernice Gerard - Click to enlarge Bernice Gerard - Christian talk-show host Encounter and Sunday Line CJOR Vancouver 1971-88; Vancouver city councillor late 1970s; author Today and for Life 1988; Sunday Line KVOS-TV Bellingham WA; Sunday Line Vision TV Canada; daily show KARI Blaine WA 1985-2000.  Died November 1, 2008 at age 84


John Gerard - Click to enlarge John Gerard - Man on the Street reporter Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2004-current; fill-in host CFUN Vancouver 2005-current


Dave Gerry - Click to enlarge Dave Gerry - Reporter CBC London ON 1976; reporter CTV Kitchener ON 1977-85; comedy writer/producer CityPulse News Citytv (CKVU-TV) Vancouver 1987-2001; features reporter CityTV Vancouver 2001-05; co-host Breakfast Television Citytv Vancouver 2005-08; Living Vancouver CBC-TV 2008-09; Telus TV Vancouver 2010; co-host The Morning Show Global Television Toronto 2011-13; features reporter Global TV Toronto 2013; features reporter/host The Last Word CTV British Columbia 2013-16; retired 2016; winner numerous provincial, national and international awards for excellence in broadcasting including RTDNA Lifetime Achievement Award 2015.  LinkedIn profile 


Bruno Gerussi - Click for 1967 CBC photo and colour photo courtesy TV Week Magazine Bruno Gerussi - Stage and screen actor; starred in numerous TV movies; host CBC radio show Gerussi, Words and Music 1967-68; played Nick Adonidas in The Beachcombers CBC Television national from Vancouver 1972-91; host Celebrity Cooks CBC Television national from Vancouver 1975-79; guest character on various Canadian and U.S.-Canada co-productions, including E.N.G., McQueen, Seeing Things, Hangin' In, Wojeck, Wiseguy and CBC's Side Effects.  Died in West Vancouver November 21, 1995 at age 67.  Wikipedia bio


John Gibbs - Click to enlarge John Gibbs - Vancouver Sun 1969-74; Calgary Herald 1974; Ottawa Journal 1975; Canadian Press 1975-76; BCTV Vancouver 1976-79; CTV National News Halifax 1979-80; Global News Toronto 1980-81; reporter/anchor BCTV 1981-92 (Noon News anchor 1987-89); news reporter/anchor CBC Television 1992-97; recipient Jack Webster Barry Lando Science Award 1993; Broadcast One CBC-TV 1997-2000; line-up producer Canada Now CBC Television 2000-10; retired to Roberts Creek BC 2010


Michelle Gibson CKVU 1983 - Click for recent photo Michelle Gibson - Newscaster: CHWK Chilliwack, CJOR Vancouver 1987, CKLG/CFOX-FM Vancouver; reporter/host/anchor: The Vancouver Show and Vancouver Today CKVU-TV Vancouver early 1980s, The Performers BCTV Vancouver, Body & Health Global Vancouver, Broadcast One and Sports Weekend CBC-TV Vancouver, The Power of People and The Leading Edge Knowledge Network Vancouver 2002-current; documentary producer and corporate video writer; newscaster CBC-TV Vancouver and City-tv Vancouver


Diane Giffen - Click to enlarge Diane Giffen - Afternoon drive traffic reporter/all-night fill-in CKWX Vancouver mid 1970s


Gerry Gifford - Click to enlarge Gerry Gifford (Gerald Wesley Gifford) - First person hired from British Columbia Institute of Technology at CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1977; CJOR Vancouver 1979; assistant news director CKWX Vancouver circa 1983; Greater Vancouver Media Association/Gerry Gifford Memorial Scholarship in Television is available to students entering first and second year Broadcast and Media Communications at BCIT.   Died in Vancouver November 5, 1983 at age 28


Brent Gilbert - Click to enlarge Brent Gilbert - Reporter ATV Halifax 1983-86; general assignment reporter then morning show host ITV Edmonton 1986-90; producer RoughCutz CBC-TV Edmonton 1990-97; entertainment producer then features reporter VTV/CTV Vancouver 1997-2014.  LinkedIn profile 


John Gilbert CKO Vancouver - Click to enlarge John Gilbert - CHEX Peterborough ON circa 1962; CFBC Saint John NB; CJCH Halifax; talk show host CHUM Toronto 1970-75; CKFH Toronto 1978-80; host Nightalk CKOY Ottawa 1980; CKO-FM-2 Toronto 1984-86; talk show host CKO-FM-4 Vancouver 1986; host The John Gilbert Show CKTB St. Catherines ON 1990s.  Died September 13, 1998 in Streetsville ON at age 68


Bob Giles circa 1955 - Click to enlarge Bob Giles - Nightime news/News Director CKNW New Westminster 1950s; News Director CKWX Vancouver; manager CKLG Vancouver; co-owner with Jack Kyle (CKNW) and Joe Lawlor (CHAB Moose Jaw SK) Nanaimo Broadcasting Company (CHUB) 1962-86


Nelson Giles - Click to enlarge Nelson Giles - Penticton radio; reporter CKO-FM-4 Vancouver early 1980s; comedy appearances Madly Off In All Directions CBC Radio national; Halifax, Kelowna and Vancouver comedy festivals; stand up comedy Vancouver current.  Nelson Giles website


Mandy Gill - Click to enlarge
Mandy Gill - Sticker Search girl then a.m. drive co-host/producer and p.m. drive co-host CFBT-FM Vancouver 2007-13; emcee Rihanna and Ke$ha’s Last Girl on Earth Tour Rogers Arena 2010; CTV British Columbia Morning Live fitness segment host 2013.  Mandy Gill website  


Prem Gill - Click to enlarge Prem Gill - BA communications Simon Fraser University; volunteer/host Youth Raap and communications/public relations/documentary/corporate video producer Radio Rim Jhim Vancouver; founding member Coalition of South Asian Women Against Violence; co-editor Rungh magazine; Director of Public Affairs and Multicultural Programming/host Colour TV Citytv Vancouver 2001-06; on-air host/producer ColourTV Citytv Vancouver 2002-06; Director Government & Regulatory Affairs CHUM Limited 2006-07; Content Director Telus Communications 2008-15; President/CEO Creative BC 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Rina Gill - Click to enlarge Rina Gill - Honours BA degree and creative advertising diploma York University and Seneca College Toronto; owner/operater The HYPE Advertising Agency; National Director B.C. Operations and VP of Marketing Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce Vancouver Business Council; ICCC Member of the Year award 2008; Shakti Award for Community Service 2009; producer/host Click Lounge CJRJ Vancouver 2009-current


Bob Gillies - Click for larger CKGM photo Bob Gillies - CJOR Vancouver early 1950s; overnight host Concert Under the Stars CKWX Vancouver mid 1950s; evenings CKGM Montreal 1960


Bob Gillingham 1990 - Click for larger image Bob Gillingham - Sports director CKDA Victoria early 1960s; news CJOR Vancouver 1964; news reporter CBUT Vancouver 1960s-80s.  Died May 25th, 2002


Neil Gillon - Click to enlarge Neil Gillon - University of BC Radio CYVR 1970-71; BC Institute of Technology Radio 1972-74; on-air CKWL Williams Lake 1974; on-air/copy CKBX 100 Mile House 1974-75; on-air/sports CKWL Williams Lake  1975-77; news CKIQ Kelowna 1977-80; Program Director CKOR-FM Penticton 1980-82; CBC Radio Prince Rupert 1982-88; CBC Kelowna 1988-current; Saturday Edition CBC Radio One throughout BC 1986-91; host Early Morning Radio/Daybreak South CBC Radio One BC and Yukon 1997-2008; retired 2008


Clyde Gilmour - Click to enlarge Clyde Gilmour - Medicine Hat News 1930s; film/music reviews Vancouver Province/Sun and CBU Vancouver late 1940s-54; film/music reviews Toronto Telegram 1954-71; host Gilmour's Albums CBC radio national 1956-97; appointed Member of Order of Canada 1975.  Died in Toronto November 7, 1997 at age 85.  CBC Tribute  


Anthony Gismondi - Click to enlarge Anthony Gismondi - Weekly wine columnist Vancouver Sun 1989-current; in-flight wine selection consultant Air Canada current; co-host Best of Food and Wine CFUN Vancouver 1997-2009 and CISL Vancouver 2010-current.  Anthony's website


Jonathan Glasgow - Click to enlarge
Jonathan Glasgow - Radio and Television Arts & Film Production Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 2005; sports reporter/sports anchor Newcap Television Lloydminster AB 2005-08; sports reporter/anchor CTV News Edmonton 2008-09; freelance reporter theScore, Inc. Edmonton 2009-11; late night news anchor Global News Kelowna 2011; morning show host CTV News Regina 2011-13; freelance reporter CTV News Vancouver 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Pam Glass - Click for larger photo Pam Glass - Stringer/reporter CJOR Vancouver 1972-73; has served as: Citizenship Court of Canada Judge; School Trustee Vancouver for 4 years; School Trustee Surrey for 6 years; Named Woman of the Year by the Irish Women’s Network; Surrey School Board Trustee current


"Humble Howard" Glassman - click for larger photo Humble Howard Glassman - CHAB Moose Jaw SK; CKLG Vancouver 1980; morning host CFOX-FM Vancouver 1980-82; CKIK-FM Calgary 1980s; host children's TV talk show CBC Calgary 1984-85; CJFM-FM Montreal late 1980s; a.m. drive co-host CFNY Toronto 1989-92; AMD co-host CKFM-FM Toronto 1991-92; AMD co-host CFNY 1992-1998; co-host Humble and Fred morning show CFYI Richmond Hill (Toronto) 1998-2003; morning host CKFM-FM Toronto 2003-06; morning host CJEZ-FM/CHBM-FM Toronto 2008-11; Internet show Humble and Fred 2011-current and SiriusXM 2013-current 


Robb Glazier - Click for recent photo Robb Glazier - Play-by-play Seattle Totems hockey KIRO Seattle 1974-75; play-by-play New Westminster Bruins hockey then Vancouver Whitecaps CJJC Langley 1975-77; sports anchor Sports Page CKVU-TV 1977-79; Operations Manager Breakers junior hockey club and broadcaster KAYO Seattle; sports/news reporter KSTW-TV Tacoma; freelance host NHL hockey and play by play NASL and MISL soccer USA Network and Seattle Sounders radio 1980-82; CFUN Vancouver 1983-85; News Director and Blue Bombers sports coverage CFRW Winnipeg 1985-99; Manitoba Media Roll of Honor 1998; sports CFGO Ottawa 1999; retired and residing in Qualicum Beach BC


Terry Glecoff - Click to enalrge
Terry Glecoff - Radio & TV Arts Ryerson University Toronto 1975; news anchor ATV (now CTV Atlantic) Halifax 1977-79; TV/radio news anchor/writer/producer various CBC locations 1979-2006 including host/writer Pacific Report late 1980s and writer The Crusoe of Lonesome Lake 1988 CBC Vancouver; one of founding anchors CBC Newsworld International 2001-08; science writer/special projects officer Canadian Cancer Society Toronto 2006-08; sessional professor Humber College Mississauga ON 2006-08; interim Communication Services manager Health Council of Canada Toronto 2009; engagement co-ordinator Health Council of Canada 2009; outreach officer Health Council of Canada 2009-10; media specialist Health Council of Canada 2010-14.  LinkedIn profile  Died in Toronto December 12, 2014 at age 66 


Colin Glennon - Click to enlarge Colin Glennon - News/sports CJDC Dawson Creek BC 1996; morning co-host/afternoons CKOR/CJMG-FM Penticton 1997-2001; RTNDA award winner for spot reporting of Penticton air crash 2000; CKNW Vancouver 2001-2004; sports CKST Vancouver 2004-06; a.m./p.m. drive airborne traffic CFUN/CHQM-FM Vancouver 2006-07; traffic CKST/CFUN and Director of Operations Canadian Traffic Network 2006-current


Deborah Goble - Click to enlarge Deborah Goble - Reporter CBC Television Vancouver 1990-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Jim Goddard - Click to enlarge Jim Goddard - CKYL Peace River AB 1970s; CKNW/CFMI-FM Vancouver; CJOR Vancouver; CKO-FM-4 Vancouver; CHRX Vancouver; CKBD/CJJR-FM Vancouver; CKVU-TV Vancouver; media law instructor BCIT and Columbia Academy; reporter CKWX Vancouver 1996-2010; freelance broadcaster and web developer current.  LinkedIn profile


Murray Goldman 2000 OBC photo - Click for larger Glenn Baglo Vancouver Sun photo
Murray Goldman - Legendary Vancouver haberdasher probably best known for humorous TV and radio commercials written and performed by himself; opened Boston Clothing on Cordova Street in Vancouver 1946; opened Murray Goldman Men’s Wear at Hastings and Cordova 1949 (retail chain peaked at 14 stores in early 1990s); wrote items column Vancouver News Herald 1950s; founded Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver 1956; teamed up with the late Jack Cullen to bring Bill Haley & His Comets to Kerrisdale Arena 1956; host 30-minute Saturday morning comedy show with former radio sales manager Gerry Altman CKNW Vancouver 1958-63; voted Vancouver's most popular radio personality on the strength of his commercials alone 1964; recipient of numerous awards including Vancouver Centennial Award by the Governor-General of Canada 1986, Order of British Columbia 2000 and medal for the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2003.  Died in Vancouver June 10, 2013 at age 92.  Murray Goldman audio clip  


Bill Good - Click for larger photo Bill Good - CHTK Prince Rupert 1965-66; CFAX Victoria 1966-67; sports and Vancouver host Hockey Night in Canada CBC Vancouver 1967-78; evening news anchor CBUT Vancouver 1978-88; talk show host CKNW Vancouver 1988-2014; news anchor BCTV Vancouver 1993-2001; co-anchor CTV News at Six CTV British Columbia Vancouver 2001-10; retired from CKNW 2014; radio and TV commercials 2014-current; A Minute with Bill Good daily commentary CKWX Vancouver 2015-current; British Columbia Association of Broadcasters Broadcaster of the Year 2003; Jack Webster Foundation Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award 2009; RTDNA Lifetime Achievement Award 2013


Bill Good Sr. 1950s - Click for later enlargement Bill Good Sr. - Vancouver Sun 1947; CBC Vancouver 1950s including host Sports Desk; CKWX Vancouver late 1960s; CJOR Vancouver; sports CKNW New Westminster; Canadian Curling Sports Hall of Fame Builder award 1992; B.C. Sports Hall of Fame inductee 2002.  Died in West Vancouver February 6, 1996 at age 77


John Good - Click to enlarge John Good - Sports CJOR Vancouver 1980s; CKVU-TV Vancouver 1980s; CBC Sports Toronto


Don Goodman - Click to enlarge Don Goodman - Real Estate Agent (Sutton Group Seafair Realty/NRS Real Estate) 1992-current; creator/producer Real Estate in Delta Delta Cable TV 2001-current; co-host (with Tom Lucas) Radio Real Estate CKBD Vancouver 2006-current


Travis Goodman - Click to enlarge Travis Goodman - Board operator CKST Vancouver 1997-99; sportscaster/reporter CHMJ/CKNW Vancouver 2002-07; assistant program director/morning anchor CHMJ 2007-10; a.m. traffic/managing editor traffic CKWX Vancouver 2010-12; account manager Rogers Radio Group Vancouver 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile


Bert Gordon - Click to enlarge
Bert Gordon - CFOX-FM Vancouver early 1980s; weekends CFMI-FM New Westminster circa 1983 then weekends/all night CKNW New Westminster 1980s; morning host CFST Winnipeg 2000.  Died in Manitoba July 13, 2016 at age 70


Dave Gordon CKLG 1973 - Click to enlarge Dave Gordon - All nights CKLG Vancouver circa 1973


Donnie Gordon - Click to enlarge Donnie Gordon - Host Soap Dish & Producer The Al and Ingrid Show CKLG Vancouver 1992-94; Entertainment Correspondent Northwest Afternoon KOMO-TV Seattle 1994; Entertainment Services Coordinator Great Canadian Gaming Corporation 2004-current


Eric Gordon - Click to enlarge
Eric Gordon - CKPG Prince George 1978; CKPR Thunder Bay 1979; CFRW Winnipeg 1980; swing shift CFUN Vancouver 1981-84; CHUM Toronto 1985-86; afternoons CKLG Vancouver 1987; CKXY Vancouver 1988; US voiceover/promo voice current including KOMO Seattle and 10 years CNN


George Gordon - Click to enlarge George Gordon - CFRS/CHNR Simcoe ON 1972-73; CFRW Winnipeg 1973-1975; CHUM Toronto 1975-76; CFRW/CHIQ-FM Winnipeg 1976-80; CKLW Windsor ON 1980-82; CKSL/CIQM-FM London ON 1982-97; CKGL Kitchener ON 1997-99; news anchor including several years as executive editor CKWX Vancouver 1999-2009; morning news anchor CFRA Ottawa 2010-12; afternoon news anchor CFTR Toronto 2012-15; host Boomer Life and Experts on Call CISL Vancouver 2016-current; has received more than 25 awards for breaking news, feature, business and documentaries.  LinkedIn profile


Graeme Gordon - C;lick to enlarge
Graeme Gordon - Communication and Media Studies Simon Fraser University 2013; Diploma of Technology, School of Business: Radio Arts and Entertainment BCIT 2016; instructor Pro Formance Goalie School 2005-current; construction labourer Renaissance Contracting Vancouver 2006-14; Street Team member Newcap Radio 2015-16; Goaltending Consultant Simon Fraser University Men's Hockey Burnaby 2015-current; Intern CJJR-FM Vancouver 2016; weekend on air host CJJR-FM 2016-current.  LinkedIn profile


James Gordon - Click to enlarge
Jim Gordon - Film critic/travel show co-host & producer CTV Vancouver 1998-current; co-host/producer The Travel Guys Shaw TV/CHEK-TV Victoria/CHCH-TV Hamilton ON 2004-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Kristi Gordon - Click to enlarge Kristi Gordon - Double science major Physical Geography and Atmospheric Science University of British Columbia; operational meteorologist The Weather Network national 2000; weather producer/back-up weather anchor CTV British Columbia 2001-04; weather anchor Citytv Edmonton 2004-06; meteorologist/weather anchor Global Vancouver 2006-current; endorsed as Certified Broadcast Meteorologist by Canadian Meteorological and Oceanography Society (CMOS)


Jurgen Gothe - Click for recent CBC photo Jurgen Gothe - On air CHAT Medicine Hat AB circa 1959; CJOR Vancouver 1960s; copy writer CKNW New Westminster; copy writer then on air CHQM/CHQM-FM Vancouver 1970s-80s; DiscDrive host CBC Stereo/Radio 2 National Vancouver 1985-2008; author/food, wine and music writer/Vancouver restaurant critic; wine columnist Uncorked Georgia Straight Vancouver 1997-2014; food and wine editor NUVO Magazine Vancouver; Vancouver Flavors feature CKBD Vancouver to 2008.  Died in Vancouver April 9, 2015 at age 70.   


Doug Gourlay 1944 - Click to enlarge Doug Gourlay - Began career as announcer CJOR Vancouver early 1930s and chief announcer by 1937; on air and special events director KDYL Salt Lake City late 1930s; KLO Ogden UT; KPO San Francisco 1941-44; chief announcer KFI Los Angeles 1944; show announcer for George Burns, Bob Hope and Fibber McGee and Molly; returned to Vancouver to work in sales for Alberta Distillers 1950 and attained executive position with company; owned and operated Commodore Nightclub in Vancouver 1960s-68.  Died in Vancouver January 29, 1977 at age 62.  1944 Radio Life Magazine info 


Kerry Grace - Click to enlarge photo courtesy Vancouver Radio Museum Kerry Grace - Talk show producer/on-air CJOR Vancouver mid 1980s; morning show co-host with Rick Honey CKSR-FM Chilliwack 1997-2000


Kirk Graham - Click to enlarge
Kirk Graham - CISQ-FM/CISW-FM Squamish/Whistler 1999-2000; BCIT Broadcast Communications (radio) honours graduate 2000; swing CFOX-FM Vancouver 2000-03; evenings/swing CFMI-FM Vancouver 2003-07; evenings/swing CIRK-FM Edmonton 2008-09; novelist/author/voice talent including published novel Reiziger current.  Kirk Graham Website 


Roberta Graham - Click to enlarge Roberta Graham - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate 2005; public relations/social media graduate BCIT 2011; nstructor, program leader, event planner West Vancouver Ice Arena and Community Centre 2001-current; public relations internship Elite PR Vancouver 2005; reporter internship The Express Shaw TV Vancouver 2005; writer/researcher Global TV Vancouver 2005-06; editor, anchor, writer, reporter, technical director CKWX Vancouver 2006-10; Trust Assurance Assistant Law Society of British Columbia 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile


Sharryn Graham - Click to enlarge Sharryn Graham - Career counsellor; life coach; morning co-host CJJR-FM Vancouver 1986-95; B.C. Country Music Association On Air Personality of the Year 1995; certified clinical hypnotherapist Corporate & Career Development Inc, Vancouver current



Trevor Graham - CKLG Vancouver circa 1973


Bryan Grahn - Click to enlarge Bryan Grahn - BCIT Broadcast Journalism graduate; Broadcast Educators Association of Canada Award winner 2003; reporter Global Television Vancouver 2004-05; writer/producer Global National 2005-current


Peter Grainger - Click to enlarge Peter Grainger - Volunteer community cable/host Radio Carleton Ottawa late 1970s; announcer/reporter/producer Ottawa, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Windsor 1980s-90s; reporter/producer VTV/CTV British Columbia 1997-2015.  LinkedIn profile


Claudine Grant - Click to enlarge Claudine Grant - CKLG/CFOX-FM Vancouver; CFMI-FM Vancouver; as Paris Jones CISL/CKZZ-FM Vancouver; commercial character voice; actor including Smallville, Twilight Zone, The 6th Day and Millenium; weekends/weekday mid-day fill-in CKWX/CKCL-FM Vancouver; CHMJ Vancouver morning show 2003-04; guest co-host Vicki Gabereau show CTV British Columbia 2004; news/station voice Citytv Vancouver; morning news/traffic CFBT-FM Vancouver 2004-05; weekend sports anchor KVVU-TV Las Vegas 2005; Communications Manager Venetian|Palazzo Hotels Las Vegas current


Iain Grant - Click to enlarge Iain Grant - Operator CKO-FM-2 Toronto; all-night host CIOF Vancouver 1986; CHUM Toronto; PD CFTR Toronto; Executive Producer and Early Edition host CFRB Toronto to 2005; Director of Broadcast Operations XM Canada 2005-current


Kelly Grant - Click for larger photo Kelly Grant - BCIT Broadcast Program graduate 2000; announcer CJSU-FM Duncan 2000; overnights then middays CFOX-FM Vancouver 2000-02; traffic then evenings, middays and assistant music director CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2002-07; marketing manager Hastings Racecourse Vancouver 2007-12; fill-in announcer CHQM-FM Vancouver 2008-11; marketing director AltaVision Plus 2012; March 2012; marketing & communications manager Cowell Auto Group Richmond 2012-current.  LinkedIn profile


Len Grant CKVU 1981 - Click to enlarge Len Grant - Reporter/anchor CKVU-TV Vancouver early 1980s; documentary reporter CBC Calgary 1990s-2000s.  2000 CBC video clip


Paul Grant - Click for recent CBC photo Paul Grant - CBC Vancouver program host including The Arts Report; host weekly jazz program Hot Air CBC Vancouver 1997-current.  Aug. 11, 1988 audio clip (with Lucie McNeill and Stan Peters)


Terry Grant - Click to enlarge Terry Grant - CFVR Abbotsford; CJOR Vancouver 1970s


Clark Gray circa 1965 - Click to enlarge Clark Gray - All night DJ CKXL Calgary 1963-65; CKRM Regina 1965-66; CFAX Victoria 1966-68; CFUN & CJOR Vancouver 1968-69; CKVN Vancouver 1969-70; part time CJOR & CHQM Vancouver 1970-72; out of radio and residing in North Vancouver current


Robert Gray - Click to enlarge
Robert Gray - Creative writer/producer/on air as The Crusher p.m. drive/co-host Powerdrive CFOX-FM Vancouver 1991-2000; Program Director CKST Vancouver 2001-11; Vancouver-based National Program Director TSN Radio 2011-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Tyler Green - Click to enlarge
Tyler Green - Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician diploma BCIT 1997; production manager CKST Vancouver 1997-2001; producer CKST 2001-10; host soccer show CKST 2008-13; co-host Vancouver Whitecaps pre/post match shows/sideline reporter CFTE Vancouver 2011-13; executive producer Vancouver Canucks/Whitecaps radio broadcasts CKST/CFTE 2010-13; co-host Whitecaps pre/post match shows/sideline reporter CFTE 2011-13; soccer columnist Sun media Vancouver 2012-current; filmmaker/director/writer/producer/host TG Productions Vancouver 2012-current; Soccer Talk host CISL Vancouver 2014-15.  LinkedIn profile 


Eddie Gregory - Click to enlarge
Eddie Gregory - Producer/play by play broadcaster Coquitlam Express Junior 'A' Hockey CKST Vancouver 2002-current; TEAM 1040 Broadcaster of the Year 2011.  LinkedIn profile


Kathryn Gretsinger - Click to enlarge Kathryn Gretsinger - Bachelor of Journalism degree Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Toronto; researcher CBC Newsworld and CBC Radio Toronto; associate producer CBC Radio Edmonton 1989-91; writer/broadcaster Early Edition CBC Radio Vancouver 1991-97; host The Afternoon Show CBC Radio Vancouver 1997-2004; Radio and Television News Directors Association award for Best Network Radio Feature A Level Playing Field 1999


Manpreet Grewal - Click for larger photo Manpreet Grewal - Graduate London School of Journalism and BCIT radio/TV broadcast journalism program; columnist/commentator; Manager Multicultural and Immigrant Services, Abbotsford Community Services; host Punjabi edition Interactive Channel M Vancouver 2003-05; freelance journalist current


Simone Grewal - Click to enlarge Simone Grewal - BCIT Broadcast Program; promotions/traffic reporter CKZZ-FM Vancouver; reporter Shaw Cable TV; Live Eye host Citytv Vancouver; film actor; promotions coordinator/host daily afternoon show The Hall CHNU-TV Vancouver 2005-08; evening host CJRJ Vancouver 2008 and morning co-host CJRJ 2008-09; events coordinator Hudson's Bay Company 2010-11; weather presenter CBC Vancouver 2010-13; on air/digital content editor CKZZ-FM Vancouver 2010-current & a.m. drive news/traffic reporter 2014-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Dave Grierson CJAZ-FM early 1980s - Click for later CBC photo
David Grierson - BCIT Broadcast program graduate mid 1970s; program producer CHQM Vancouver late 1970s; program director CJAZ-FM/CKKS-FM Vancouver 1980s; author The Expo Celebration, the official retrospective of the Expo 86 World's Fair; host The Arts Report 1988-91 and Stereo Morning 1991-97 CBC Radio Toronto; weekend morning host North By Northwest CBC Radio Vancouver 1997-2000; morning host On The Island CBC Radio Victoria 2000-04.  Died in Tofino BC November 20, 2004 at age 49


Darren Grieve - Click to enlarge Darren Grieve - CHRX Vancouver circa 1990; as Darren Mitchell evenings CKKS-FM Vancouver 1995-2000; as Nick Danger and Danger p.m. drive CKVX-FM Vancouver 2000-04; evenings/co-host metal/hardcore program The Shop CFOX-FM Vancouver 2005-13; fill-in announcer CHHR-FM Vancouver 2013-14; host Morrison and Danger Podcast 2015-current; air traffic Canadian Traffic Network/CKWX Vancouver 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Norm Griffin 1954 - Click to enlarge
Norm Griffin - Farm Director and host Farm Fair mornings CKWX Vancouver 1940s-50s; farm reporter CBC Radio Vancouver 1960s-70s


Arthur Griffiths - Click to enlarge Arthur Griffiths - Chairman and CEO Orca Bay Entertainment/Vancouver Canucks/Vancouver Grizzlies/GM Place 1980-97; Chairman & Chief Negotiator Rapid Transit Project 2000 Ltd Vancouver 1998-99; Chairman Vancouver 2010 Bid Society 1998-2001; President/CEO GMC Projects Vancouver/Victoria 2001-09; host Time Out CHMJ Vancouver 2004-05; CKST Vancouver 2005; mid mornings CHMJ 2005-06; Manager Bosco Sport London UK 2011-13; Managing Director Arthur Griffiths and Associates Vancouver 2013-current; Advisory Board Member PayWith Vancouver 2014-current; Partner Eaglestream Inc. Fort McMurray AB 2014-current; Chief Executive Officer & President Griffiths Sports Ltd. 2015-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Bill Griffiths CKMO 1941 - Click for later photos Bill Griffiths - Starred as Little Sunshine Billy starting at age three in vaudeville; announcer then assistant news editor/night time supervisor CKMO Vancouver circa 1941-46; announcer KOL Seattle 1946-51 including morning host interviewing greats such as Lucille Ball, Sammy Davis Jr., Louis Armstrong and Frankie Laine; KYA San Francisco 1951; early live television announcer/advertising and television production Los Angeles; headed up The Roller Games league featuring Los Angeles T-Birds and later added franchises in Hawaii, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cleveland and later Sydney Australia, Tokyo Japan, and Montreal beginning in 1961; inducted into National Roller Derby Hall of Fame 2008.  Died in Los Angeles April 5, 2015 at age 91.


Ronn Grimster - Click to enlarge
Ronn Grimster - CHOW Welland ON; The Beard CFUN Vancouver Good Guy 1962-63; CHQM Vancouver mid-late 60s; CFTR Toronto; middays/news CHFI-FM Toronto 1979-90.  Died in Hamilton ON Sept. 9, 2003 at age 78


Norm Grohmann circa 1958 - Click for 2005 photo courtesy Red Robinson.com Norm Grohmann - CHWK Chilliwack 1954-57; CKWX Vancouver 1957-59; CKLG Vancouver 1959-61; CKNW Vancouver 1961-99; CBC Vancouver Dr. Bundolo's Pandemonium Medicine Show 1970-82; BCTV Vancouver weatherman 1970-79 & 1983-98; actor including Royal City Musical Theatre Company production Sound of Music 2003 and The Music Man 2005


Steve Grossman 1967 - Click for 1968 CKLG studio photo Steve Grossman - As Stevie Wonder evenings CKLG Vancouver 1967-69; moved to Los Angeles


Lyndon Grove CKLG circa 1960 - Click to enlarge Lyndon Grove - Boy disc jockey/host Some Like It Hot CHAB Moose Jaw AB 1949-56; copywriter/weekend comedy show Just for Fun writer CKNW New Westminster 1956-57; CKLG Vancouver including gag writer for Monty McFarlane CHAN-TV 1957-63; CHQM Vancouver/teacher BCIT & Langara College 1963-65 & 1967-73; Editor Vancouver Life 1965-66; ad agency freelance 1966-67; Palmer Jarvis 1973-75; writer/voice including The Dilettante & Show Me the Good Parts CFMI-FM Vancouver 1973-79; freelance Lime Grove Communications 1973-2002; Editor/Features Editor The Westender & The Courier Vancouver 1975-77; co-author Kids Kids Kids and British Columbia 1978; writer Torresan Communications 1977-98; writer Westworld 1970s-80s; author Pacific Pilgrims 1979; writer/voice Pointless Digressions CKST (AM 1040) Vancouver mid 1990s; co-author Adventures in Cooking late 1990s; founding editor NUVO 1998-2001; editor Achievers 2002-04; freelance writer/editor 2002-current; numerous awards Public Relations Societies of Canada and America and BCAB


Ray Grover - Click to enlarge Ray Grover - CKXL Calgary early 1980s; mornings CKRY Calgary 1990-93; mornings CHSU-FM Kelowna 1995-2004; mornings CHBE-FM Victoria 2005-07; composer/broadcaster/voiceover Ray Grover Audio Projects Vancouver 2006-current; p.m. drive host CHQM-FM Vancouver 2013-current.  LinkedIn profile 


Vern Groves - Click to enlarge Vern Groves (Vernon Joseph Groves) - CJVI Victoria 1940s; as Bob White, news reader/host telephone quiz game The Bob White Show CKWX Vancouver 1940s-early 1950s.  Died in Saanich November 27, 1954 at age 29.


Quan Gu - Click for larger photo Quan Gu - Journalist China South Post Newspaper and China Xin Hua News Agency; culture program host An Hui Province Television; "most popular Mandarin news anchor" Talentvision TV Vancouver 1997; Mandarin news anchor Channel M/OMNI Vancouver 2003-15


Rod Gunn - Click to enlarge Rod Gunn - University of British Columbia radio 1963; CJOR Vancouver 1963; CKNW New Westminster 1965; CJOR Vancouver 1966; CFUN Vancouver 1970; CFMI-FM Vancouver 1971; Program Director CKNW/CFMI-FM 1977; Word Records 1981; CHQR Calgary 1982; President/General Manager CKNW/CFMI-FM 1990; initiated B.C. Broadcasters Humanities Award given each year to deserving B.C. community service groups; presided over CKNW/CFMI-FM grand opening at 700 West Georgia Vancouver August 22, 1996; retired 1999; Board of Directors, Community Living British Columbia current


Tanta Gupta - Click for larger photo Tanta Gupta - Parliament Hill radio reporter Selkirk News Bureau 1970s; Selkirk Ottawa Bureau Chief 1979-82; Director of News and Information CKWX/CJAZ-FM/CKKS-FM Vancouver 1982-86; Selkirk GM 1986; Executive Director Rick Hansen National Fellow Program, University of British Columbia; communications consultant; PR Manager Rogers Cantel 1995-98; VP Communications Rogers Cable 1998-current 


Merlin Gutensohn - Click to enlarge
Merlin Gutensohn - On air CFPR Prince Rupert 1950s; as Merlin host The International House of Music CKLG Vancouver circa 1964; CJJC Langley 1965; overnights CHQM Vancouver 1965; country DJ CJJC 1965 on; CKAY Duncan early 1970s.  Died in Duncan December 1, 2015 at age 88


Maury Gwynne - Click to enlarge Maury Gwynne - News CJVI Victoria 1950s; news/legislative reporter CKWX Vancouver 1960s-70s; news CKNW New Westminster; executive assistant to government house leader Garde Gardom early 1980s


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