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            Latest News From CFCR

            Wednesday, May 22, 2019

            We're headed back to Sled Island with some of finest Saskatoon friends. And it's going to be fun. Real fun.

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            Wednesday, Apr 24, 2019

            Attention CFCR members. Our Annual General Meeting is upon us. Click below for all the details you need, or to download a Board Nomination Form!

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            Saturday, Apr 13, 2019

            Want to go to the Sled Island Music & Arts Festival for free? Damn rights you do. Click here to find out how!

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            Thursday, Apr 11, 2019

            On Thursday, May 16, UBC mpus Radio CiTR presents the fifth annual Access Day, a 10-hour special broadst day, and CFCR is proud to be a supporting and contributing station, via our own program People With Disabilities Speak Out! Click below for details on how you n tune in!

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            Wednesday, Mar 13, 2019

            CFCR's annual Membership Drive is back from April 1st to 12th, which means it's time to renew (or sign up) for your fancy 2019/20 Membership rd. There are tonnes of exclusive member perks for you to get in on!

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            GET TO KNOW A CFCR VOLUNTEER: MAY 2019 EDITION

            Get to know one of CFCR's cooooooolest Volunteer Hosts, Jenn Freeze! She's been with the station in various pacities on & off since 2008, and currently provides your early morning soundtrack every other Wednesday on Green Eggs & Ham!

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            GET TO KNOW A CFCR VOLUNTEER: MARCH 2019 EDITION

            One of CFCR's stalwart volunteers, we're getting to know Nick McCormick! He's a Host! He's been a Board Member! And, he's a swell fella to boot! Click below and get to know him, why don'tcha?

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            A FEW OF OUR FAVOURITE (MUSIL) THINGS: CFCR HOST PICKS OF 2018!

            Now that 2018 is officially 'in the n' so to speak, we n look back at the year that was. A selection of CFCR Hosts and Staff took some time to revisit their favourite music of last year, so read on and maybe you'll discover your new favourite album or band.

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            GET TO KNOW A CFCR VOLUNTEER: DECEMBER 2018 EDITION

            This time, we're featuring the multi-talented Tyler Baptist! He's a co-host on CFCR's film-review show, Reel To Reel, but there's a lot more to him that just that, so click below and read on!

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            GET TO KNOW A CFCR VOLUNTEER: SEPTEMBER 2018 EDITION

            We're having to bid adieu to another wonderful longtime host in Stephen Rutherford ("Tonight It's Poetry Radio"), but we're waving goodbye in style, by featuring him in the latest "Get To Know A CFCR Volunteer!" 

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