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Classic 107.1 Anzac Day Centenary broadcast

The Winnipeg Classical music station FM 107.1 is featuring a selection of music on their broadcast for April 25th, 2015, on Anzac Day.

For those unable to attend our ceremony, this is a great way to remember the day in a classical way.

Host Michael Wolch will broadcast the special program on FM 107.1 between 2 – 3 PM, local time in Winnipeg. Tune in via the web (at

(If you are listening Down Under, the broadcast time is for early risers on Sunday, April 26th 5 AM – 6 AM Eastern Standard Time in Sydney, Australia, and 7 AM – 8 AM in Wellington, New Zealand.)

We are delighted to have this special day recognized by this local broadcaster.

An interview with Clive James

Last weekend, Liz Hydesmith caught this delightful interview on CBC’s Sunday Edition between Clive James and Michael Enright.

Clive was born in the Sydney (Australia) suburb of Kogarah, before moving to England in 1962. He has authored more than 30 books, and once wrote of his own writing, “All I can do is turn a phrase until it catches the light.”

For four years, Clive has lived with leukemia and emphysema. It’s a battle he has publicly stated he’s losing, and the end is coming.

This is definitely a podcast worth listening to.

Canada looks to Aussies for brand advice

The WInnipeg Free Press runs a surprising number of articles mentioning Australia. Here’s another one, by Jennifer Ditchburn of The Canadian Press, which ran on March 15, 2014. A link to the whole article is at the end of our selection.

OTTAWA – From those ubiquitous UGG boots to kayaks and cherries, a little green logo featuring a kangaroo has told Australian consumers what’s been made or grown by their country for nearly 30 years.

Now the Canadian government is looking to the Australian Made campaign as a model for a domestic branding exercise here. This year’s federal budget promised a private-sector steering committee would be struck to make recommendations about a formal Made in Canada system.

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