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NOT JUST ANY TIN CAN: WHAT DRIVES A CFCR HOST

  Ever wonder what drives a CFCR host, or rather - what a CFCR host drives? Check out this interview from "Verb" with Shakey Wilson, host of Tin Cans and Twine, Tuesdays at 1:00 PM on CFCR…
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SOUNDSCAPE MAGAZINE: ISSUE 65, OCTOBER 2000

  Here's a page or two from the CFCR archives - Soundscape Magazine was produced by CFCR in the late 1990s, early 2000s and featured charts, reviews, music interviews and slices of Saskatoon's…
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LOOKING GOOD ON THE RADIO: CFCR VOLUNTEER HOST MATTY D

Matty D is the first  in our new web-series profiling CFCR Volunteer Radio Hosts! Matty began as a host with his friend Shavonne on Rainbow Radio (Sunday nights, 9:30 PM) about four or five years…
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SLED ISLAND FEST 2013: DIARIES OF A FLOOD PT. 2

by Jay Allen, CFCR Program Director Walking home in the rain at the end of Wednesday night's festivities seemed normal enough. I had heard a couple people talking about water levels in…
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SLED ISLAND FEST 2013: THERE WILL BE FLOOD

by Brendan Flaherty, host of Green Eggs & Ham, Thursdays 6-8am And so, we fled. We fled seeking music, seeking shelter, coffee, food, and higher ground. The music festival was officially…
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SLED ISLAND FEST 2013: DIARIES OF A FLOOD PT. 1

by Jay Allen, CFCR Program Director Looking at my phone’s trusty weather app, there was rain in Calgary's forecast as we left for The Sled Island Music Festival. I made sure to pack an extra…
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