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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New Zealand manhunt underway to find killer of Canadian woman’s fiancé

Armed police swat teams are combing a scenic New Zealand tourist and surfing destination looking for clues and the person who carried out what appears to be a random attack on an Australian tourist and his Canadian fiancée. Police say» 

Economy, Environment, Health, Indigenous, Politics, Society

B.C. First Nation reports water problems as Ottawa wonders

Problems with their water have long plagued people living in First Nations communities across Canada. A CBC News investigation in 2015 found that 400 out of 618 First Nations in the country had some kind of water problem between 2004» 

Economy, Health, Society

Data shows cannabis consumption down slightly in Canada

Since Canada legalized marijuana on Oct. 17 of last year, Statistics Canada has been tracking just how many Canadians are smoking pot and who they are. The latest figures, covering this past April, May and June, were released today Turns» 

International, Internet, Science and Technology, Politics, Society

Another meeting set to grapple with what to do about so-called ‘killer robots’

Representatives from 80 countries, including Canada, begin a three-day meeting on Monday to take another stab at coming up with of plan to deal with autonomous weapons, a.k.a. killer robots. Delegates to the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) at the» 

Health, International, Politics, Society

Police chiefs say handgun ban not needed, wouldn’t work

Canadian police chiefs say they don’t support ban on handguns despite fears that handgun violence is escalating in some cities across the country. The head of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says no new law banning handguns is» 

International, Society

Ottawa issues sharper warning on Hong Kong travel

The federal government has issued another travel warning for Canadians travelling to Hong Kong. The new advisory went up on the government’s website this morning, telling Canadians to “exercise a high degree of caution in Hong Kong due to ongoing» 

Politics, Society

Racial profiling ruling in Montreal called “historic”

As Montrealers of good faith continue to try to bring an end to what the city’s black community says is systemic abuse and profiling that’s been happening for way longer than too many of them care to remember, a Quebec» 

International, Society

Remembering the day it all started to go bad for Montreal baseball fans

Twenty-five years ago Monday, Aug. 12, 1994, the Montreal Expos appeared to be bound for that fall’s World Series, Major League Baseball’s ode to glory, the reason why players play and fans go to games. For those who may have» 

Society

RCMP says teen fugitives very likely took their own lives in Manitoba bush

The RCMP has confirmed that the two teenagers whose bodies were discovered in northern Manitoba last week are the same two who who set off a massive manhunt across Western Canada after they were suspected of killing three people in» 

Economy, Society

Manitoba dairy farm fires takes the lives of 800 cows

The cleanup and the investigation have begun into what is every farmer’s worst nightmare. Early Monday morning, a fire broke out at the four-barn Pennwood Dairy farm, northeast of the Manitoba town of Steinbach. About 1000 cows and some workers»