Outdoor Journal Radio Show – November 05 2016

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Today is the Remembrance Day broadcast.
Larry Murray is the Grand President of the Royal Canadian Legion. He will join Angelo to talk about the importance of the Legion for veterans and the community, and the annual poppy drive to fund services for veterans and their families. Joyce Grant is a freelance journalist, author, news junkie and a children’s literacy advocate. Joyce will discuss the connection between reading, play, and the outdoors. She will also offer her views on Remembrance Day and whether it should be a national holiday!

Tamar Freeman is a master corporal in the Royal Canadian Air Force, and she is one of only 250 combat certified women, in the Canadian Armed Forces. Angelo
will ask Tamar about her assignment in Afghanistan. Tamar was the inspiration behind the film “Sisters in Arms.”

Wounded Warriors offer services for veterans and active military personnel. Their programs include learning to fly fish…which is a way to unwind and relax in the
outdoors. Scott Maxwell will join Angelo to talk about the full range of services that they offer and the importance of charitable contributions.

On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Angelo will take a trip down memory lane to Hidden Cove Cottage Resort near Bancroft. This is the site of a 2013 episode of the Fish’n Canada show on Lake Weslemkoon. Rachelle Longmuir is the new owner of the resort and she and Angelo will swap stories about the great bass fishing!

 

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 Hidden Cove Cottage Resort

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Master Corporal Tamar Freeman – Sisters in Arms – Canadian Armed Forces

Scott Maxwell – Executive Director – Wounded Warriors Canada

Joyce Grant – Author, Editor, Journalist – Toronto

Larry Murray – Grand President – Royal Canadian Legion