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[Audio] Derrick’s Pancake Day For Make A Wish

Joanne & Rejean Cardinal stopped into the morning show to chat about the upcoming Make A Wish Fundraiser with Miki In The Morning, which happens on Saturday.  If you missed it, click on the link below.        

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Monday Morning With The Mayor

  Stay connected with what’s going on with Hawkesbury City Council every month on Jewel 1077!  Join Mayor Jeanne Charlebois the second Monday of every month with Miki In The Morning between 830am-9am for her monthly update.   Jeanne will

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Win With Jewel 1077

We love making our listeners winners!  From gift certificates to local restaurants, businesses, PLUS concert tickets to shows in Montreal, Ottawa and beyond, we invite you to keep listening and watching to win.  We give you chances to win with

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Bobby Curtola Has Died

Canadian teen idol and singer Bobby Curtola has died. He was 73. His death was announced in a statement from his children, who called him “an amazing man who did so much for the people in this world.” Bobby born in

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Richard Simmons Hospitalized

Richard Simmons was reportedly hospitalized for “bizarre” behavior on Friday, just three months after his close friends were concerned that he was being held hostage at his Hollywood Hills house.   According to TMZ, the 67-year-old fitness guru was taken

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Bill Cosby To Stand Trial

Bill Cosby has been ordered to stand trial in the lone criminal case lodged amid dozens of accusations that he molested women.   The 78 year old actor faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of violating Andrea

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National Paddling Week

National Paddling Week is June 10-19th and Paddle Canada wants to boost awareness of national recreational paddling sports, safety measures, skill development and heritage. During National Paddling week, get into a canoe, kayak or onto a board and be counted

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Penny From Big Bang Theory Is Officially Single With A Cost

Kaley Cuoco, who plays opposite Leonard, Sheldon, Raj, Howard, Bernadette, and Amy, is officially divorced from Ryan Sweeting.  The divorce is going to cost Kaley based on her large salary from the television show, and side deals that she has

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McGarlic Fries

Wonder if this will make its way to Canada. McDonald’s started testing their garlic fries at 4 locations in San Francisco a couple weeks ago and within a matter of days they were sold out! McDonald’s told SFGate “In less

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Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend

Many strive to have that one conversation piece in their home.  Whether it’s a family photo, a specific piece of art, or unique furniture.  Still looking for something that will grab your guest’s attention? Sotheby’s is planning to auction off

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And The Most Popular Baby Names Are…

Noah and Emma are the most popular baby names for a second year in a row. The Social Security Administration’s annual list of popular baby names tends to reflect pop culture’s influence. Movies, TV, music and sports tend to influence

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The Colonel Has Robots?

KFC outlets in Japan (and some in China) are hoping to speed up service, although the customer service may be lacking.  They have introduced robots that will take orders.  They believe these Robots, called, “Dumi” will attract younger customers.  The

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Final Evacuation For Fort McMurray

The final stage of a massive evacuation by land and air of people living in and around Fort McMurray, Alberta is over. The last of 25,000 residents who’d fled north to oil patch work camps last week have now been relocated

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Water Beer For Fort McMurray

Labatt Breweries of Canada has produced 200,000 cans of water, instead of beer, in order to assist the victims of the Fort McMurray wildfire.   Its Canadian Disaster Relief effort will immediately donate more than 69,000 cans of emergency drinking water to

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