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Meghan is a Collingwood girl at heart, even though she was actually born and raised in Toronto (yes, she’s what locals would call a “transplant”). When she was in school, her parents bought a weekend place in the area and she’s felt at home here ever since.
As soon as she graduated Queen’s University in 2016, she made Collingwood her full-time home. When she’s not on-air, she can be found snowboarding at Blue Mountain Resort or hiking one of the many trails in the surrounding area. She’s currently navigating the 20-something life and struggling with the idea of being an “adult” (stocking up on groceries and filling up on gas are a weekly struggle).
After studying Film, Media and English in school, Meghan was happy to make the move over to radio! Listen weekday mornings to hear Meghan’s news updates, opinions on pop culture, and general chatter – some might say talking is her favourite hobby!
John was born and raised in Toronto but Collingwood has been home for now for the last 17 years. He has been part of many bands including the Toronto New Wave Band, Legacy. John started his radio career over 30 years ago at CKEY in Toronto. His Corus career began when he went to help launch The Wolf radio station in Peterborough. John is a proud member of the Peak family and you can hear him weekday mornings on Talk of The Town. He is happily married to Julie has recently become a Grandpa!
He is still very much part of the Collingwood music scene-you can catch him weekends with bands like The Strange Potatoes and Touch of Vinyl as well performing live comedy with CIA:Collingwood Improv Artist at venues around the region. A Past President of the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce and recipient of the Volunteer of the Year Award in 2015, John continues to play an active role in the community.