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Moose News with Steve Berard

I wanted to be a journalist as far back as high school, and I studied broadcasting in college before I started working with the Moose. In my spare time between keeping up with the news, I’m a big sports guy, I do some painting, and I’m a writer.  

Mornings with Brendan Seeley

Hey I’m Brendan Seeley and you can Wake Up Every Morning with me on Moose FM! Having spent time all over this great country in my radio career; I’ve been blessed with getting to know many different communities and experiencing all they have to offer. While each community has been...

Middays with Joël

Get ready for lots of laughs and a whole lot of fun to get you through your workday. Greatmusic, stories, lifestyle, special features and guests! Every day is a lot of fun, tune in!

Caledon officials lobby at provincial conference

Town of Caledon representatives say they had successful meetings with several provincial ministers at the Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Conference from Jan. 21 to 23 in Toronto. Mayor Annette Groves and members of council met with Minister of Housing Paul Calandra, Minister of Transportation Prabmeet Sarkaria, and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of...

Accident leads to impaired and drug charges

Caledon Provincial Police have laid charges after a single-vehicle accident. Police were called to a collision on Charleston Sideroad, near Mississauga Road, just before 9 p.m. on January 18. They determined a male driver was impaired by drugs and was arrested. The 25-year-old from Hillsburgh has been charged with operation while...

Peel Region under a travel advisory

Peel region is under a weather warning from Environment Canada. The national weather agency issued a Winter Weather Travel Advisory for today that affects Caledon, Mississauga, and Brampton. The snow will continue into the evening. Hazards include locally heavy snowfall with total accumulations of four to eight centimetres and peak snowfall...
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