Rick Malo

RickRick has been doing "morning radio" as "Malo in the morning" since 1978.He has worked the morning drive in Sudbury, Brantford and Hamilton before coming to Easy 101 in Tillsonburg in 2006.

An avid photographer and golfer, Rick has participated in various community fundraisers over the years, including hosting "The Rick Malo Charity Golf Classic" for 7 years in Sudbury, earning him "Canadian Media Personality of the Year" for the Canadian Kidney Foundation in 1992. In the same year he received the "Canada 125 Medal" from the Governor General of Canada for community service.

Besidesradio, Rick has hosted various community channel televison shows as well as weekday network talk shows for CTV and CBC in Northern Ontario.As a sports fan, he has mc'd many sports events including "The World under 18 junior Hockey Championships" and other pro and amateur events.

Rick and wife Carol have one son Rob, daughter-in-law Anne and grandson Ty, living in Sudbury.

Join Rick from 5:00 am to 10:00 am.


Wed Aug 13

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GONE FISHIN'

 

Mon Aug 11

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EATING IN THE FIFTIES

Pasta had not been invented.  It was macaroni or spaghetti.
Curry was a surname.
A takeaway was a mathematical problem.
A pizza was something to do with a leaning tower.
Bananas and oranges only appeared at Christmas time.
All chips were plain.
Rice was a milk pudding, and never, ever part of our dinner.
A Big Mac was what we wore when it was raining.
Brown bread was something only poor people ate.
Oil was for lubricating, fat was for cooking.
Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green.
Coffee was 'Bushells Essence' and came in a bottle....
Cubed sugar was regarded as posh.
Fish didn't have fingers in those days.
Eating raw fish was called poverty, not sushi.
None of us had ever heard of yogurt.
Healthy food consisted of anything edible.
People who didn't peel potatoes were regarded as lazy.
Cooking outside was called camping.
Seaweed was not a recognized food.
'Kebab' was not even a word, never mind a food.
Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was regarded as being white gold.
Prunes were medicinal. (I think they still are...LOL)
Surprisingly muesli was readily available....it was called cattle feed.
Pineapples came in chunks in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a real one.
Water came out of the tap. If someone had suggested bottling it and charging more than  petrol for it they would have become a laughing stock.
The one thing that we  never ever had on our table in the fifties...was elbows!
 
 

Mon July 28

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Congrats to Annaliese Carr on a tremendous effort!!!!!  Great job for Camp Trillium.

 

mon July 28

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Somethings to think about.....

 

Why is a person who plays the piano called a pianist, but a person who drives a race car is not called a racist?
          
 
If it's true that we are here to help others, then what exactly are the others here for?

 
If lawyers are disbarred and clergymen defrocked, then doesn't it follow that electricians can be delighted,
musicians denoted, cowboys deranged, models deposed, tree surgeons debarked, and dry cleaners depressed?
 

Fri july 25

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Annaliese Carr hit the water at 5 am this  morning. What an amazing athelete!!!  Let's hope she makes it

across Lake Huron.

 

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