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Friday, November 21, 2014

Help Ya'Gotta and Movember Canada - Find a Cure For Prostate Cancer!

In 1991 I lost my Father to prostate cancer, that metastasized into his bones. It was brutal watching him go from a healthy male, in his early 70's, to the condition at the time of his death. I'm regularly monitored for prostate cancer and wish all me would do so to.

If you would like to help support research into this condition, that kills men, please visit my Movember Canada Mospace, find out more about prostate cancer, join the annual campaign and, if you can...make a donation!

Thank you!  Bob Kenyon, Publisher of Ya'Gotta

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

#YVR 102nd Grey Cup to be the most social #GreyCup ever

The Canadian Football League has plans to make the 102nd Grey Cup in Vancouver the most social Grey Cup in its storied history.

"For decades, the Grey Cup has been one of the most social events in Canada every year," said CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon. "But this year, we plan to make it the most social Grey Cup ever, taking it from the streets of Vancouver and BC Place Stadium to fans everywhere through social media, live content and special events."

In order to achieve its ambitious goal, the CFL has formed key partnerships and developed an aggressive plan to maximize the social reach of Canada's largest single day sporting event.

Here is a detailed look at everything planned for this year's Grey Cup.


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Friday, November 14, 2014

The Sweat Lodge – An Aboriginal Healing Experience

There is a wide range of purification ceremonies associated with Canadian Aboriginal peoples, but perhaps the most well-known is the sweat lodge.

Sweat lodges have been a tradition for First Nations throughout North America since time immemorial, and they still serve many functions for indigenous people today. The sweat lodge ceremony cleans and heals the body. It heals the mind – bringing clarity – and it is often a testing place, offering a rite of passage where a participant can demonstrate endurance, strength and courage. Finally, sweat lodges are also holy places where Aboriginal people can renew their deep connection to the universe and to the spirit realm.

Read the complete article and watch the video from Aboriginal Tourism BC Like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @AboriginalBC

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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

POLL: BC Ferries considering axing the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay route

BC Ferries is floating the idea of scrapping the Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay route, a move which is likely to be extremely unpopular with riders.

The idea is contained in the ferry corporation’s Major Routes Strategy.

Ferry traffic from mid and Vancouver Island would go through the Duke Point-Tsawwassen route. BC Ferries stresses any changes wouldn’t take place for five to seven years.

Read the complete article from Global news and answer the poll

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Sunday, October 19, 2014

CKUA Fall Fundraiser launch on Thursday, Oct. 23rd at 6 pm!

They're throwing the Fundraiser doors open on Thursday, October 23rd, for a 3-hour on-air party to launch this year’s Fall Fundraiser. Tune in, and be part of our listening audience!
6:00pm: Rural Alberta Advantage and Bahamas in session to kick things off.
7:00pm: We revisit some of the best live performances at CKUA over the past year.
8:00pm: It’s Covers for the Cause: Local favourites such as Colleen Brown, Amy van Keeken, John Wort Hannam and others offer their own spin on Alberta-made hits from the 60s through the 90s, covering a range of songs from k.d. lang’s “Constant Craving”, Diamond Joe White’s “High Rider” to The Pursuit of Happiness’ “I’m an Adult Now”. Vote for your favourite for a chance to hear that song during our Thursday night launch party.
Early Bird Prize: Alberta Bound
We are thrilled to announce that our Early Bird Prize for this year’s Fall Fundraiser is one of three Gordon Lightfoot Fan Xperience Packages, one for Lethbridge (November 1, 2014), Edmonton (November 2, 2014) and Calgary (November 3, 2014).
The Gordon Lightfoot Fan Xperience Package Includes:
– Early entrance to the venue
– Exclusive pre-Concert Reception with desserts and coffee
– Prize draws
– Meet and greet with Gordon Lightfoot after the show
– Special Gordon Lightfoot Tour Poster
To be eligible, donate between now and midnight Sunday, October 26. Thanks for your support, and good luck!
More information about the CKUA Fall Fundraiser
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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Seeking Businesses to Represent in Central Alberta

Central Alberta businessman is seeking opportunities to represent companies for sales, marketing and promotion.

Bob Kenyon uses Twitter (@yagottabob), Google+ and has promoted many businesses, organizations and events online.

For more information about Bob Kenyon and his skills, please:
Contact Bob and arrange a meeting to find out how he'll help your business.

Friday, May 2, 2014

Ya'Gotta: Supports CKUA - Across Alberta, Canada and Around the World

In addition to their 16 FM transmitters, in Alberta, CKUA is also on the StarChoice satellite system. Internationally, CKUA streams on the Internet at for world-wide online listening.

  Cable & Satellite

  • StarChoice channel 828 or 492
  • Telus Optik  7046
Where ever you are, in the global community, do like Ya'Gotta does and tune into this fabulous listener supported radio where you'll hear roots, folk, blues, jazz, album rock, country, new and old, classical, world-beat music and lots of original and singer-songwriter pieces.

Most importantly, as the CKUA Network is listener supported: go to their website at make a pledge of support and pass this along to your friends that support public radio!

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