Pictou County's way to "wake up" on the East Coast! Weekday mornings from 6am-10am with Ann MacGregor and Ajay. A fun way to start the day, from the morning buzz to shout outs, birthdays, winning and more!!! Don't miss the form below - we love to hear from you! Start your day with the Wake Up crew on 94.1 East Coast FM.
Friday, May 11th, 2018, 7:01 am
The 2018 Radio for Relay on 94.1 East Coast FM is fast approaching! As preparations get underway on June 2nd for that evening's Pictou County Relay for Life, we will be broadcasting live from 8am-5pm from the Glasgow Square Theatre. We welcome you to drop by to be part of the fun and the fundraising with live performances by local musicians and we'll also have special guests dropping by and treats from Tim Hortons! If you can't make it over to the Square, you can phone in your pledge to support of this year's Relay! All funds raised will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. To find our more, search out Radio for Relay 2018 on Facebook or email: firstname.lastname@example.org ***Special thanks to Radio for Relay sponsors: Highland Ford, Sullivan Fuels, the Brick, Proudfoots Home Hardware, Atlantic Insurance, Swiss Chalet, Crossroads Country Market, Global Pet Foods, & Connors Transfer!
Performers this year:
Ray Stewart & Inner Voice
Trad Trio (Heather Cameron's group)
The Kitchen Criminals
Leah & Kyle Collective
Fully Completely (acoustic)
...and more artists TBA!!!
We're going to be drawing for our GRAND PRIZE at the end of the day, everyone who drops by with a pledge in person will be entered in to win a $500 Gift certificate from Chediac Brand Source Home Furnishings! We'll also be doing a draw for a night's stay at the Pictou Lodge Beachfront Resort including breakfast for 2. PLUS...Early birds who honour pledges by Friday, June 8th will also have the chance to win thanks to, Jungle Jims, Plush Esthetic Studio, McKean's Flowers, Pharmacy First, the Brick, Dream Candy, Rocklin Parties, and more!!!
Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, 10:39 am
The province is hiring a prosecutor to focus on the environment. Environment Minister Iain Rankin says the new position will focus on cases “that put our rivers and streams, our fishery, our water supplies, our parks and protected areas and human health at risk." Recruiting for the new hire has already begun. Anyone who is prosecuted under the Environment Act can face fines of up to one million dollars. The Department of Environment also intends to share information online in the coming months about the cases it takes to court. Does this seem like a fair plan to you?