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TORONTO, May 14, 2015 /CNW/ - This morning Prostate Cancer Canada, along with Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy announced the launch of its latest initiative, Wear Plaid for Dad.
Wear Plaid for Dad is a national awareness campaign to tackle the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Canadian men; prostate cancer. On June 19, PCC is asking Canadians to reach into their closet and clad themselves in this beloved pattern as a special nod to the men in their lives, leading up to Father's Day. Take a photo and share with the hashtag #WearPlaidforDad and visit wearplaidfordad.ca to make a donation.
Pledges to wear plaid have already been made by notable Canadians including:
Don Cherry, Hockey Night in Canada John Catucci, host of the Food Network's You Gotta Eat Here Dave Thomas, Second City TV The Honourable Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia Premier
Prostate Cancer Canada is the leading national foundation dedicated to the elimination of the disease through research, advocacy, education, support and awareness, benefiting the 1 in 8 Canadian men who will face a prostate cancer diagnosis in their lifetime.
Music loving travelers, to the province of Alberta, Canada, can listen to CKUA, heard province-wide on 16 FM transmitters (listed below). The station is also on the StarChoice satellite system. Internationally, CKUA streams online from their website and on Tunein for world-wide online listening.
After you've tuned in and started listening, then go you the Spring Fundraiser page and make donation.
Polls are open in the first round of Searchlight voting. You can head to the Searchlight homepage, start up the player and browse, or search by name, region or genre. You can vote for 10 songs per region per day. That means artists can help support other artists without hurting your chances of advancing. In fact, working together will help artists advance (and it's a great way to meet other bands around the country).
Polls for this round close on Monday, April 13, at 2:59 p.m. ET. The acts that make it to the next round will be announced on the radio and online the following afternoon (Tuesday, April 14), so make sure you tune in to your afternoon CBC Radio One program (they'll be playing Searchlight music throughout the competition, so tune in and feel free to reach out to them on Twitter).
Voting is open to anybody, anywhere, and we hope fans from all over the world will discover the music entered in Searchlight.
As we finish of the dregs of Winter, it's a good time to start planning to travel to western Canada. on the Ya'Gotta website, we have destination articles for each of the 4 western Provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan). We also have destination article for the three northern Territories of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon.
Cost: $15 (Discount for S.A.C. Members)Where to buy tickets: at the door
(Corner of Davie & Pacific)
Deborah HollandCayne McKenzie (We Are the City)
Come for the music…stay for the stories and the warm, laid-back acoustic atmosphere. Bluebird North: Where Writers Sing & Tell,
Vancouver's longest-running songwriters' showcase, is one of the
richest live music experiences our city has to offer. The Jan. 13
edition, hosted by producer Shari Ulrich at the Roundhouse, features
Maria Dunn, Adrian Glynn, Deborah Holland and Cayne McKenzie (We Are the
City) - a line-up that runs the gamut from indie folk and roots to
country and pop/rock. With this eclectic mix of talents, styles and
experiences on one stage, expect to be uniquely entertained and
Bluebird North: Where Writers Sing and Tell is produced by Shari Ulrich
for the Songwriters Association of Canada. The SAC gratefully
acknowledges the support of the SOCAN Foundation. For more information
on the SAC’s mandate, activities and membership programs, please visit www.songwriters.ca.