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Terry Haig
Terry Haig
Terry Haig has been a journalist for over 40 years and a radio host for over 20. He was been with RCI since 1972, playing the role of writer, producer, newsreader and and on-air personality. Mr. Haig is also an actor, having performed in over 60 films as well as on the stage in Canada, the UK and the United States. He is perhaps best known for his work with the Montreal Expos baseball team when he was a beat writer, a columnist and the analyst for Expos games.

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How music can help us and not just in the usual ways

“Music Therapy” is a term that gets thrown around a lot these days: sometimes for better, sometimes for worse. But when circumstances are right and the therapist is on his or her game, a healing process for those suffering from» 

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Equal pay for equal work rules now in effect in Ontario

Canada’s most affluent and most influential province is continuing its efforts to level the playing field for low-wage workers. As of Sunday, part-time, casual and seasonal employees in Ontario will be paid at the same rate as full-time workers. The» 

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Canadian Steve Nash is going to basketball’s Hall of Fame

It may come as something of a surprise that it was a Canadian, James A. Naismith, who invented the world-wide game now known as basketball while he was teaching physical education at the International YMCA Training School in Springfield, Mass» 

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Ancient footprints found in B.C. earliest known in North America

Recently discovered footprints found on an island off Canada’s West Coast are now confirmed to be the oldest ever found in North America. According to researchers from the the Hakai Institute and the University of Victoria, the footprints discovered on» 

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Blue Jays bomb in their 2018 season opener

Hopefully, for Canadian baseball fans, the highlight of the 2018 Toronto Blue Jays season didn’t occur Tuesday night in Montreal when Vladimir Guerrero Jr., son of long-time Expos superstar and freshly-minted Hall of Famer, Vlad Sr., hit a dramatic ninth-inning» 

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Efforts to save Mohawk language continue to expand

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues his drive to make amends for horrific past abuses inflicted on Canada’s First Nations, it appears progress is being made by Indigenous communities to resurrect and reclaim their native languages. A Statistics Canada report» 

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Rude? ‘Non!’ says French waiter fired from job in Vancouver

Sometimes it can be tough being French. Just ask Guillaume Rey. Last August, Rey, a native of France, was fired from his waiter’s job at Milestones Resturant in Vancouver for allegedly being too aggressive and too rude in his dealings» 

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Accused in Quebec mosque attack pleads not guilty to 12 charges

On a gloomy Sunday evening, Jan. 29, 2017, a lone gunman armed with a rifle and a pistol walked into the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City and opened fire, killing six worshippers and wounding 19 others, including five» 

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Hope springs eternal for Montreal’s baseball fans

This is the time of year when baseball fans in Montreal get their hopes up and let go–at least for a little while–the long-lingering pain they have felt since the Expos left for Washington, D.C. following the 2004 season. For» 

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Some farmers unhappy with new inspection policies: report

Employers using Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program are unhappy that the federal government is beginning unannounced inspections to make sure everyone’s papers are in order. Last month, Service Canada, the government agency that oversees the program, sent an email to»