Outdoor Journal Radio Show – December 24 2016

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Government of Canada website for holiday best wishes: http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/write-to-the-troops/index.page

Royal Canadian Legion website for their Santa packages for our troops: http://www.legion.ca/article/the-legion-and-operation-santa-send-gifts-to-troops-deployed-worldwide/ 

Twas the day before Christmas….and this is the Christmas Eve edition of Outdoor Journal Radio. Angelo has pulled out all the stops to get Santa Claus to join him on the air!

Retired General Rick Hillier, the former Chief of Defense Staff for the Canadian Armed Forces will join Angelo to talk about Christmas for our troops abroad. This is a difficult time of the year…as families are separated during the holiday celebrations.

Angelo loves the Algoma Region. Carol Caputo is the Executive Director of the Algoma Travel Association, and she will join Angelo to talk about the shift from rustic hunting and fishing camps, to upscale lodges and resorts for sportsmen and families.

We’re going fishing! Don St. Jules from Birch Lake Resort near Thessalon will join Angelo on the Go Fish in Ontario segment. Don says he has excellent fishing and the most competitive prices in the region.

Ezio Sbrizzi will join Angelo for a discussion about the great partnership between Coleman Canada, Stearns, Fish’n Canada and the Outdoor Journal Radio Show.

Steve Tait from Gordon Bay Marine on Lake Joseph will join Angelo to talk about prepping your snowmobile for the season. The snowmobile season has started, and time spent getting your machine in shape, will save you money on costly repairs at the mechanic’s shop.

Play it Safe with Bradley Schlorff Retired Staff Sergeant– OPP and Stearns 

Lets Get Outside with Coleman 

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Birch Lake Resort

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

General Rick Hillier    – Former Chief of Defence – Canadian Forces

Carol Caputo    – Algoma Travel Association

Ezio Sbrizzi   – President – Coleman Canada

Steve Tait   – Operations Manager – Gordon Bay Marine