Wednesday, August 09, 2017

On This Day In Canadian History....

1945 - Lt. Robert Hampton Gray shot down and killed in a bombing raid over Onagawa Bay, as he sinks a Japanese destroyer. Royal Navy pilot Gray was the last Canadian known to have died in World War II; awarded a posthumous VC. In 1989, in Sakiyami Park, Japan, Gray became the first member of the Allied Forces honored by the Japanese with a memorial.

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Kiss Fm and CHEZ106 closed their respective loyalty programs on June 18, 2017 as they are launching a new membership program! 
There will be more details in the coming weeks about our new membership program. 

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