Veteran radio journalist, now working primarily as a writer, commentator and freelance voice. My regular commentary "Currie's Corner" is heard on CJNU ( Nostalgia Radio ) at 93.7 FM. Text and audio can be found at http://www.cjnu.ca/c-corner.shtml. I also do a daily newscast on CJNU, at about 7.15 & 8.15, every weekday morning. It's also posted on the CNC homepage.
By Roger Currie on October 16, 2017
October has always been the craziest month for watching sports on the box, with football, baseball AND hockey.
By Roger Currie on October 13, 2017
Men behaving inappropriately: Will the story ever change?
By Roger Currie on October 10, 2017
We’re told we will soon live in a world of cars without engaged drivers.
By Roger Currie on October 7, 2017
Just about every community in North America will do whatever it takes to attract the biggies who bring with them lots and lots of good jobs.
By Roger Currie on October 2, 2017
If newspapers are allowed to die, what will be the foundation of news gathering to take their place?
By Roger Currie on September 29, 2017
I extinguished my last cigarette in September 1993 after more than two and a half decades of consuming a pack a day.
By Roger Currie on September 25, 2017
Canadian PM’s address to UN General Assembly focuses on domestic issues, ignores international crises threatening global security.
By Roger Currie on September 22, 2017
Against the odds in the crapshoot that is the retail revolution, provincial and municipal leaders aim to court online giant.
By Roger Currie on September 19, 2017
Extent and timeliness of relief efforts depend on each island’s former colonial master.