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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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Trudeau heads to Davos to promote investment

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland today to meet with world political, civic and business leaders. He will address the forum on Tuesday, stressing that Canada is still a good place to» 

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New study warns of health dangers of energy drinks

A new study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal Open all but confirms what a lot of scientists have been saying about energy drinks. If only life were as simple as some marketers would like us to believe. © cbc,ca If» 

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Freed from French prison, Canadian wants review of extradition system

A Lebanon-born Canadian citizen who spent three years in solitary confinement in a maximum-security French prison for a crime he has always maintained he had nothing to do with arrived home to his wife and two children in Ottawa early» 

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Police want more officers to fight ‘prolific’ growth of Halifax biker gangs

Mildred: (Peggy Malay) “Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?” Johnny: (Marlin Brando) “Whadda you got?” The Wild One (1953) It’s every city or town’s nightmare, probably has been since Marlon Brando’s striking movie The Wild One was released in» 

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Emma Mogus keeps trying to make the world a better place

It’s hazy and bitter cold here in Montreal on this Jan. 2. Emma Mogus is seen in 2016 with her creation, the Tongue-Interface-Communication (TiC), a tongue controlled computer mouse. © CP Photo/Chris Young No matter. Today, I get to partake in» 

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Rescuers free beached whale in Nova Scotia

The tide was moving out so rescuers improvised to free a beached pilot whale grounded ashore Monday morning near Dartmouth, N.S. As dozens of concerned spectators–including surfers, hikers and fire-fighters looked on–some rescuers poured water on the giant mammal while» 

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Montreal ban on single-use plastic bags is up and running

Montreal has taken action to combat what environmental activists view as one of the primary scourges polluting the planet, especially its oceans, As of Monday, retailers are forbidden by law to dispense single-use plastic bags, making Montreal the first major» 

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Polar Bear Club swimmers take their plunge…or not

How frigid is it in Canada right now, (excepting British Columbia’s lower mainland and parts of the Atlantic provinces)? So frigid that members of the Courage Polar Bear Club in Oakville, Ontario cancelled their annual Jan. 1 bout of insanity–their» 

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Frigid weather brings Canada 150 celebrations to an end, just a bit early

Canada’s 150th birthday party ended with something of wimper on Sunday night. Skaters on the Canada 150 ice rink look on as fireworks explode above Centre Block’s Peace Tower during the illumination launch ceremony of Christmas Lights Across Canada on» 

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Trump eschews Canadian visit, disappointing very few

U.S. presidents have been visiting Canada since 1923 when Warren G. Harding made the leap across the 49th parallel. And since the Franklin Roosevelt Admnistraion, only two–Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter–have failed to come at all. Make that three. U.S.»