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Evanov Radio Group, operator of 13 radio stations across the country is looking for personnel to host and produce programs directed to our rich and vibrant multicultural community, in a number of languages currently not being heard in our local particular area.

We are looking for experienced ethnic broadcasters in this field or individuals who would like to start a new program that is directed to a specific cultural community in a language other than English.

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AM 1380 News & Sports

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Peyton Manning might have a new favorite target in Denver. The Broncos Q-B threw three touchdown passes to Emmanuel Sanders en route to a 35-21 victory over the San Diego Chargers.

Jonas (YOH'-nas) Hiller stopped all 16 shots he faced and Sean Monahan scored twice as Calgary blanked Carolina 5-0. Vancouver Canucks got back on track with a

4-1 win over St. Louis after dropping two straight games.

Boston Bruins commemorated the shootings in Ottawa by singing ``O Canada'' at T-D Garden prior to their 3-2 loss to the Islanders. Famed anthem singer Rene Rancourt did the honours. The Canadian anthem was also sung in San Jose before the Sharkstook on the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Junior "B" Hockey - G-O-J-H-L - Brantford 99ers gave up four goals - including two short-handed markers - and were outshot 28-8 on their way to a 6-2 loss to the Waterloo Siskins. Brantford falls to 3-9 on the season, while Waterloo improves to 9-5.   Brantford is back in action tomorrow (Saturday) at 7 p.m. in Cambridge against the Winter Hawk

O-H-L -  Kingston dumped Niagara 5-2, Oshawa edged North Bay 2-1, it was Saginaw 4, Peterborough 0 and Plymouth got by Windsor 1-nothing

L-A Lakers point guard Steve Nash is sitting this one out. The N-B-A team announced yesterday that the 40-year-old Victoria native will miss the entire 2014-15 N-B-A season with a back injury. Nash won the league's M-V-P Award twice with the Pheonix Suns, but played just 15 games with the Lakers last season due to injury.

The P-G-A of America president referred to Ian Poulter as a ``little girl'' for his criticism of the way Nick Faldo and Tom Watson captained their Ryder Cup teams. Poulter was critical of both captains in his book, ``No Limits,'' which was released this week.


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