Eighteen months after emigrating from Universal Music Canada to become president of entertainment production and broadcasting for Bell Media, Randy Lennox is captain of the ship with his appointment Monday as divisional president Bell Media, replacing Mary Ann Turcke who, after 12 years, has taken an executive role with the NFL in LA.
Why Stuart McLean's Family Asks For Donations To Camp Kanawana
Stuart McLean would be the first person to seek out the upbeat amid the sadness. The beloved host of CBC Radio's The Vinyl Café — also a bestselling author and award-winning humourist — died yesterday (Feb. 15) at age 68 after a battle with melanoma.
Yet in death as in life, McLean brings the happiness. His family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Stuart McLean Camp Kanawana Fund which helps children and teens without the financial means to attend Camp YMCA Kanawana, a community where they learn to care for themselves, each other and the environment.
It’s no overstatement to say Camp Kanawana changed McLean’s life. Indeed, the acclaimed Montreal-born storyteller said that himself, reflecting on his work there over five summers in the late 60s and early 70s beginning as a counsellor in the senior boys’ section.
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