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 August 17, 2017
I can’t help but wonder how soon conventional TV will just fade away.
By Roger Currie on August 13, 2017
Saskatchewan premier’s exit proves sooner or later you will wear out your welcome.
By Roger Currie on August 8, 2017
Upcoming NAFTA talks will see American and Canadian negotiators trying to stop a steady stream of auto industry jobs going to Mexico.
By Roger Currie on August 4, 2017
Commissioner draws line at one per game, hoping to speed things up a bit.
By Roger Currie on August 1, 2017
Canadian PM looks like a star compared to US president who continues to embarrass himself, his family and his country.
By Roger Currie on July 31, 2017
Football fans who love home grown beer are disappointed their favourite beverage is not on tap at the ballpark.
By Roger Currie on July 21, 2017
To those who describe televised football and hockey games to us couch potatoes: I hate to say this, but I’m not sure I need you any more.
By Roger Currie on July 17, 2017
He was one of the few Indigenous men to star on a football field in Canada, and we should remember all his history, as ‘incorrect’ as it might be.
By Roger Currie on July 13, 2017
As Bank of Canada raises interest rates for the first time in seven years, some Canadians may be prompted to spend less.
By Roger Currie on July 10, 2017
Feeling threatened by large numbers of Canadians joining credit unions, chartered banks call on Ottawa to prevent ‘other’ financial institutions from calling themselves ‘banks’.