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Dr. Peter Sikkema, a resident of Ridgetown is recognized as a world leader in weed management in corn, soybean, and cereals to maximize crop yield and net returns for growers; more recently Peter has focused on the control of herbicide-resistant weeds.
Dr. Norman Bradner will always be recognized within the Canadian Seed Industry by his peers and locally within Chatham-Kent seed soybean growers and commercial producers, as the “father of private soybean breeding in Canada”. Representing him was his Daughter Becky Hall and Grant Craven
Dianne Flook is a resident of Raleigh Township and is well known for advocating sustainable farming practices, and for creating a better understanding and appreciation of agriculture and farming practices. She is an environmentalist, an agriculturalist, a sylviculturist, and a conservationist.
When actor Ben Hardy appears behind the drum kit as a member of Queen in Bohemian Rhapsody, some of his movements come out of lessons with a Chatham drummer.
Steve Bottrill interviews Bryan McLellan who worked as a drum coach on the Academy Award-nominated film, which he said involved teaching Hardy ways to capture the “mannerisms” of drummer Roger Taylor.
Rebecca Reimer visited the Blenheim Blast Swim team and had a chance to speak with Hannah Davey, and her story of swimming with type one diabetes and how it has not held her back.
Julie Ross, a talented musician organizes a weekly group called SongCircle to help inspire our local musicians to their utmost potential.
Check out Songcircle on Facebook for more information
Ben Labadie, who wanted to cover our 2018 municipal elections on facebook live got a huge following while interviewing our local candidates on his show called "Live With Ben" Ben has continued his segments around the Chatham-Kent area and is our guest on #ICYMI talking about how do you make a popular facebook live video.
Ben Srokosz, a local videographer who has done some work in partnership with the municipality, United-Way of Chatham-Kent and much more gives us some great tips on how to make some great video content on any sort of budget
Steve Bottrill sits down with author Charlene Renaud about her series of books called The Pinata Theory. Change Your Stuffing, Change Your Life! There’s no better time than now, to burst open your Personal Piñata, with the aid of Charlene’s Piñata Decoder, to reveal how past adversity serves as your launch pad to personal growth and transformation. In order to better understand automatic triggers, fears or insecurities, and the underlying cause of depression or addiction, begin within, to examine your stuffing and dramatically change your life.