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Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020

February 25-29, 2020

The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held in Thunder Bay February 25-29, 2020 at various locations throughout the city.

About Special Olympics Canada:
Established in 1969, the Canadian chapter of this international movement is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through the transformative power and joy of sport. Operating out of sport clubs in 12 provincial and territorial Chapters, this grassroots movement reaches beyond the sphere of sport to empower individuals, change attitudes and build communities. From two-year-olds to mature adults, more than 45,000 athletes with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics year-round programs across Canada. They are supported by more than 21,000 volunteers, including more than 16,000 trained coaches.

About the Games:
1200 athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff
800 friends and family
500 volunteers
60 technical officials
50 special Olympics Canada family and sponsors
8 events
5 days

Alpine Skiing- taking place at Loch Lomand
Cross Country Skiing- taking place at Kamview Nordic Centre
Curling- taking place at Fort William Curling Club
Figure Skating- taking place at Thunder Bay Tournament Centre
Floor Hockey- taking place at Lakehead University C.J Sanders Fieldhouse
Snowshoeing- taking place at Chapples Golf Course
Speed Skating- taking place at Delany Arena
Five-Pin Bowling- taking place at Galaxy Lanes

The Opening Ceremonies of the 2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held on Tuesday, February 25 at the Fort William Gardens,  where they will kick off the festivities by showcasing the true spirit of the Special Olympics movement.
A full event schedule of each event can be found at

Draft an Athlete
Sponsor a special Olympics athlete. Make a dream
The Draft an Athlete program helps support the cost for each and every athlete, one at a time. A $500 donation will draft one athlete to participate in the games, but more importantly nit will let one athlete live their dream of participating
To donate visit

Volunteer registration for the games will open in Fall 2019!
If you are looking for a planning position on a Committee and have time to dedicate to organizing the Games, please email and someone will contact you!


Thunder Bay Bordercats Baseball 2019 Season

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the Thunder Bay Bordercats Baseball 2019 Season.

May 28- August 11 ( Regular Season)

MEGA Mondays
All You Can Eat (hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages, chicken sandwiches + fountain pop)
$32 (includes $14 3rd Base Party Deck ticket)
TOONIE Tuesdays
$2 Kids Tickets
$2 Pizza Slices
$2 Pop
WEENIE Wednesdays
$1 Hot Dogs
THIRSTY Thursdays
$5 Tall Boys from Sleeping Giant Brewery
$4 Italian Sausage/Meatball Subs
STEAK, SPUD & A BUD Saturdays
8 oz Steak, Baked Potato & a Budweiser Tall Boy
$35 (includes $14 3rd Base Party Deck ticket)
4 Grandstand Tickets, 4 Hot Dogs, 4 Popcorn/Old Dutch Chips, 4 Fountain Pop
All prices include HST.

Season Tickets- For all 36 regular season home games!
Adult: $299 + HST
Senior (60+) $249 + HST
Student (with student ID card): $249 + HST
Children (includes FREE Border Cat Kids Club Membership): $159.29 + HST
• guaranteed the same grandstand seat for all 36 home games
• 20% off Border Cats team merchandise
• free general admission ticket to away games at all NWL ballparks, subject to seat availability
• priority seating for all 2019 Border Cats home playoff games
• first right to renew your seat for the 2020 season

GAME DAY TICKETS- Grandstand/Party Decks/1st Base Bleachers
Adult: $14.00
Senior (60+): $12.00
Students (with student ID card): $12.00
Children (4-12): $5.00
Infants (3 and under): FREE
FLEX PACKS- Vouchers for grandstand seats – pick the game and pick your seats!
10 ticket vouchers – $99 + HST
Box Office Hours:
(located on 3rd base side on Lisgar St.)
10 am – bottom of the 5th inning
Monday – Friday 11 am – 3 pm
Baseball Buddies:

If you have a baseball team; young or old, that would like to run out onto the field with the
Border Cat players during the performance of the anthems, we would like to make it happen for you.
Free game tickets to Port Arthur Stadium for a team of 15 (including Players and Coaches)
Players must proudly wear their Team Jersey on the field
Name Recognition announcements during your special night
Meet and Greet with Border Cats players and coaches
Maximum 1 team per game
Dates are booked on a first come, first serve basis
Please email for more information and available dates!
Group Outings:

Adults – $30
Children – $20
Includes choice of the following 2 food items each: hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, sausages and chicken sandwiches. Plus side salad & bottle of pop/water.
Price includes game ticket.

Adults – $35
Children – $25
Includes choice of the following 2 food items each: pulled pork sandwiches or beef on a bun.
Plus side salad & bottle of pop/water.
Price includes game ticket.

For groups of 50 or more, please contact the Border Cats office at 766-2287 to inquire about special food packages from Salt & Pepper Catering, with options for other barbeque items including pig roast.
Group outing prices include HST.

Birthday Parties:

Parties start at $250- included 10 children & 2 adults ( additional children are $20 each)

Parties include:
-game admission
-kids zone access
-pizza party
-private area off first base side
-custom invitations
-meet the players
-opportunity to throw the first pitch
-Bordercats T-Shirt for the birthday boy/girl

Call 767-CATS to book your birthday party!
Bat Girl/Bat Boy
Becoming a Border Cats Bat Boy/Bat Girl
The Bat Boy/Bat Girl is an integral part of the Border Cats team. They ensure that all players’ on-field needs are met so everyone can play their best and give our fans a great show!
As a Bat Boy/Bat Girl you will get to meet and talk with the players and coaches; learn inside tips on what “pro ball’ is all about and see each and every play from on the field.
You provide;
· Baseball Pants & Proper Shoes
· Must have basic knowledge of baseball
· Min. age 8 yrs. old (League Rules)
· Must be available to work entire game
· Arrive 1/2 Hour Before Start Time
We provide;
· Light Snack During Game
· Helmet & Jersey
This job is not for everyone – the Bat Boy/Bat Girl position is a demanding job requiring stamina and a positive attitude. Every day holds a unique experience often with tight timelines, so Bat Boys/Girls need to be smart, dependable, alert, and flexible. Bat Boys/Girls may see and hear things from adult players that may be inappropriate for children. Prospective applicants and their parents must be aware that these things do occur, and should consider this prior to making application.
Host Families:
Benefits of Being a Border Cats Host Family:
• Each member of your immediate family will receive FREE season tickets
• 20% off all merchandise from the Cat Shack
• Passes for the entire family to any away Northwoods League game
• Host Family Appreciation Night at end of season
• The player will be a positive role model for your children
• You will be more involved with the community
• You will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the future of a young man
• You might be getting to know a future Major League Baseball star

For more info including schedule/ team roster/ stats/ standings/teams visit :

Superior Dirt Riders 2019 Season

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the Superior Dirt Riders 2019 Season

Superior Dirt Riders (SDR) is a motocross and ATV racing club in Northwestern Ontario. We work with three local race tracks and Amateur Motocross Ontario (AMO Motocross) to run a 6 event motocross and ATV race series in Kakabeka (KBMX), Atikokan (AMX) & Emo (EMX), Ontario.
AMO is responsible for setting, implementing, maintaining and developing standards for rules of competition, officiating, organization and promotion of events. AMO will seek to cultivate promotional opportunities, which are intended to be to the benefit of the overall membership.
SDR works with AMO to promote Motocross and ATV racing in Ontario. We follow the rules that AMO has set out in their amateur rule book. Please familiarize yourself with the rules that AMO has set out.

EVENT DAYS:                     

Date(s): June 1st
Location: Atikokan

Date(s): June 22nd & June 23rd
Location: Emo

Date(s): July 6th
Location: Kakabeka

Date(s): Aug 10th
Location: Kakabeka

Date(s): Sept 28th
Location: Atikokan

Admission is $10 per person ( $20 for Emo race- includes both days)
Racing starts at 11am

If you are interested in racing this year , please visit: or find Superior Dirt Riders on Facebook

Red Rock Interpretive Centre

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the Red Rock Interpretive Centre

Discover the Red Rock Interpretive Centre

Located at 7 Park Road,  Red Rock ON. (Red Rock Marina Building) Phone: 807-886-2862    

Open now until September 30 , 7 days a week

Come experience the exciting new interactive exhibits at the  Red Rock Interpretive Centre this summer.

Take an underwater tour of the Lake Superior NMCA in a virtual submarine to explore the shipwreck and fish!

Learn about “Camp R, Prisoner of War Camp, see the nature exhibit including Milton the Huge Bull Moose and a Black Bear Cub.

Enjoy the splash pad, board walk, kayak park, large wooden outdoor log drive sculpture and viewing scopes!

Visit for more information.

Wake the Giant Music Festival

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Wake the Giant Music Festival

Sat, Sept 14 at Marina Park
Metric, July Talk and Thunder Bay’s own Coleman Hell will headline Wake the Giant Music Festival
The one-day event, scheduled for Sept. 14 at Marina Park,
It has been created as a way to help bridge cultural gaps in a city that has hit the national spotlight in a negative way, deemed one of the most racist communities in the country.
It developed out of the Wake the Giant movement, which encourages local businesses to showcase inclusiveness and show the city’s Indigenous population, especially students that they’re welcomed and wanted.
The lineup also includes Crown Lands, an up-and-coming Aboriginal band, Nick Ferrio, Wolf Saga, Ansley Simpson, Luke Warm and the Cold Ones and local favourites, the Battle Nation Drum Group.
The festival will also feature a two-day workshop for Grade 7 and 8 students from remote communities, a chance to work with the artists in an up-close-and-personal setting in the two days leading up to the event.
Tickets go on sale on Saturday and are available at

Festival of Colours

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Festival of Colours

July 21 from 3pm-7pm at Marina Park

World's Happiest event- FESTIVAL OF COLOURS

Colour Throw with interactive Dance, Live Kirtan Bands, DJ's, Yoga, Cuisine, Free Hugs... Lots of Fun.

ENTRANCE - $6 ONLY ( colour packs additional cost)


Purchase tickets online at WWW.FESTIVALOFCOLOURS.CA or on the Facebook event page.

Festival of India

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Festival of India

JULY 20 from 3pm- 9pm at Marina Park.

Entrance upon donation

Enjoy spectacular Chariot Parade, Music, east Indian Dance, drama henna Tattoo, exhibits, Yoga show and much more !
Many new attractions added to the festival.

FREE INDIAN FOOD for all !!!

Event Schedule is as follows:

3.00-3.30 pm – YOGA SHOW

3.30- 3.45 PM – Kirtan on the stage.

3.45 – 4.45 – Chariot parade, Kirtan by Vedic Mace and dance by Dasi Group.

4.45 – 5.00 pm – Opening remarks by Mayor and other VIP guests

5.00 – 5.25 pm – Bharat Natyam Dance by Dasi Group, Alachua Florida.

5.30 -6.00 pm – Oddisi Dance by Geetika Dance company, Toronto.

6.00 – 6.25 pm – Drama By VEDIC MACE group

6.30 – 7.00 pm –Bhakti Dance by Malini Taneja- Los Angeles.

7.00- 7.10 pm – Garaba Dance – World Dance centre, Thunder Bay.

7.10 – 7.45 pm – Folk dance by Ensemble Topaz – Toronto-based music and Dance Company.

7.45- 8.10 pm – Bhakti Dance by Malini Taneja- Los Angeles.

8.10 – 8.20 pm-Instrumental performance of tabala & Sarod by Ananda Das & Dwarkanath Das

8.20 – 8.55 pm – Kirtan By VEDIC MACE group.

8.50 -9.00 pm – Door prizes and Closing remarks

Paju Mountain Run

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the 37th annual Paju Mountain Run

Sat, Aug 10 at 8:30am

Held in Coordination with Live from the Rock Folk Festival & In Memory of Mr. Paju


7th Annual Paju Mountain Run
Saturday, August 10th, 2019 Non-competitive race: 8:30 am
Competitive race: 9:00 am
Lunch Awards Ceremony: 12:00pm
The course is 11.2km in length. The start/finish line is on lower Brompton Road in front of the Recreation Centre. The course takes the participants out to White Blvd, up Newton Street and out the Escape Road. The Escape Road is a gravel surface. It will cross a bridge, rail road tracks and Hwy 628; the climb begins when the participants pass Mr. Paju’s house. The climb to the top of Paju Mountain is approximately 715 ft. The participants are guided around the water station and back down the mountain to the finish.
Registration Costs

Entry fee prior 3pm on July 14: $35.00 without a T-shirt
$50.00 with a T-shirt
Entry fee after 3pm on July 14: $40.00 without a T-shirt
T-shirts only avaliable for early registration
Registration Deadline
The registration form can be downloaded and printed or you can register online. Online registration will close on Friday August 9 at 12 noon.  There will be a $5.00 handling charge added to the registration cost for paper based registration.  Same day registration will be accepted at the race kit pick up location, Royal Canadian Legion 41 Salls Street Red Rock.
The Early Bird Draw will be July 14 after 3 pm  – The Early Bird Draw will be two weekend passes to Live from the Rock Folk Festival.
Race kits can be picked up between 7:30 am and 8:15 am in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 41 Salls Street, Red Rock (upstairs) on race day, August 10th, 2018.
Awards will be presented by Mayor Gary Nelson to the top three finishers in each division for the individual competition. The awards ceremony will take place the Red Rock Legion, 41 Salls Street in Red Rock. The ceremony will begin at 11:00 am after all the participants are off the race course. There will be a draw prize for every Paju Mountain Run participant. The winner must be in attendance to collect their prize. The non-competitive participants will be eligible for a draw prize. The winner must be in attendance to collect their prize.
Interested in Volunteering?
If you are interested in volunteering please contact Community Development Office by phone at 807-886-2704 or by email at  The race requires 50 volunteers annually to ensure that the event is successful.  Each volunteer is invited to join the participants for the luncheon at the Red Rock Legion and receives a Paju Mountain Run T-shirt.

Fat Guys Auto Parts Car Show

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the 8th Annual Fat Guys Auto Parts Car Show

Fat Guys 8th Annual Car Show
Sat, July 27- 11a-4p

Fat Guys will be hosting its 8th Annual Car Show on Saturday, July 27, 2019. It is the biggest and best Car Show in North Western Ontario!

There will be collector cars, street rods, antiques, custom and special interest vehicles. There will be food, music, factory representatives, and a VERY special guest that everyone will "dig."

"Best in Show" will be awarded $1,000 CASH, and "Participant's Choice" will win a $500 Gift Card for Fat Guys Auto Parts.

Similar to previous years, registration for the event is FREE, and can be done online at

Thunder at the Bay

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Thunder at the Bay

Aug 17 from 10a-6p and August 18 from 10a-4pm on the CLE grounds

Thunder at the Bay motorsports extravaganza will highlight cars, trucks, racing bikes/sleds, work in progress and demonstrations.

Thunder at the Bay will showcase motor vehicles from Thunder Bay and surrounding region. The show will feature the best collection of vehicles of all makes and models from Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Unlike other local shows of the recent past, this 2 day event will include many different categories of vehicles that are not typically seen by the public. Work in Progress, Racing Snow Machines, Ice Racing Vehicles, Jeeps, Sports Cars, Trucks and Off Road Vehicles, Rat Rods with prizes being awarded in each of the categories. In addition to food vendors, parts suppliers and automobile service providers will be represented with workshops and demonstrations being held daily.

Superior Classics Car Club Dragfest

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Superior Classics Car Club Dragfest at the Terrace Bay Drag fest Aug 2-4

Catch the 2019 Superior Classics Car Club Dragfest at the Terrace Bay Drag fest – August 2nd  through 4th.

Spectator Pricing
Daily Admission Fees
Friday - $10.00
Saturday - $20.00
Sunday - $20.00
All children under the age of 12 are free as long as they are accompanied by an adult'

Racing Times
Friday - 12 noon - 8:00 pm Time Trials
Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Time Trials
Sunday 9:00 am - 11:00 am Times Trials
Sunday 1:00 pm Eliminations Start

Car Show
Open to all Special Interest Vehicles and/or Collector Vehicles. Must pay general admission entrance fee, no additional car show entry fee.
To enter proceed to Competitors Entry Gate

Handicap Parking available to those that meet the requirements. Proceed to the Competitors Gate and follow the directions of the attendants.
Motorcycle parking available at the Competitors Kiosk.
General Parking available free of charge. Follow the Spectator Parking sign and the direction of the attendants.

For more info visit

Teen Challenge Paintball Tournament

91.5 CKPR is proud to present the Mark out Addiction Teen Challenge Paintball Tournament

Sunday, September 8th
10am -4pm  at Paintball Mountain
Join us for our annual paintball big game in support of Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay!
Registration is $25 which includes a full day of paintball fun, and lunch (for an additional $10 you will get a gun and gear rental. Paintballs are $25 for 500 or $75 for 2000.)

Get FREE registration plus free gun and gear rental, 500 paintballs, lunch and a chance at some awesome prizes if you raise a minimum of $200 in donations for Adult & Teen Challenge!!
Visit : to register


BrewHa! Craft Beer Festival

91.5 CKPR is proud to support BrewHa! Craft Beer Festival

BrewHa! Craft Beer Festival at Prince Arthurs Landing August 9 and August 10

Session 1: Friday, August 9 from 5-9 pm
Includes session admission, 4 sample tokens, custom BrewHa! Sample Glass

Session 2: Saturday, August 10 from 12-4 pm
Includes session admission, 4 sample tokens, custom BrewHa! Sample Glass

Session 3: Saturday, August 10 from 5-9 pm
Includes session admission, 4 sample tokens, custom BrewHa! Sample Glass


Tickets include entry, a commemorative sample glass, and 4 sample tokens. Tickets are available exclusively on our website at More sample tokens are available at the BrewHa tent for $2 a piece.

Your festival ticket is a bus pass! Show your BrewHa ticket to a Thunder Bay Transit bus driver and you can get to and from the festival for FREE! Don't worry about the headache of finding parking, take the bus to the Waterfront Terminal (right across from our festival entrance).

Want to get up close and personal with our amazing musical lineup? Feel free to bring your own folding chair. (don't worry, you can bring your chair on the bus).

BrewHa Afterparties: Really liked that beer sample you had at BrewHa? Awesome, so did we. Now let's go get a pint of that together at a local pub! We partner with local pubs/restaurants to bring delicious craft beer events throughout the Waterfront District Bia.

Random info:- Free wifi on site provided by Tbaytel. ATM on site. You may be recorded/photographed for future promo videos/advertisements.- Hashtag: #BrewHa2019

Them Rules: This event is 19+ (no exceptions). It's also not pet-friendly (no one wants to step on your dog after a few samples). There is no smoking in the festival area, but we care about you too so we offer a nicely landscaped/barricaded smoking area out in the parking lot by the festival gates. No liquids or outside food are permitted through the gates, but please feel free to bring an empty bottle as we have a filtered water station to keep you hydrated. Tickets are non-refundable.

Visit for more information and to get tickets

Red Rock Indian Band Opwaaganisiniing Traditional Gathering

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the Red Rock Indian Band Opwaaganisiniing Traditional Gathering

July 19th- 21st, 2019

The Red Rock Indian Band hosts its annual Traditional Gathering every third weekend in July. It is a two and a half day event offers cultural crafts and cuisine, as well as traditional dancing and music. The gathering provides 2 feasts, one on Saturday and one on Sunday for all participants to enjoy at no cost.
The Meaning of Pow Wow
The term "Pow Wow" is the non-aboriginal's version of the Aboriginal term "Pau-Wau", which originally stood for a healing ceremony conducted by the Spiritual Leaders of various Tribes. The Aboriginal Nations used this gathering of tribes of many peoples for religious and spiritual ceremonial meetings, giving thanks to the Great Spirit for the Healing Rituals. The Anishinaabek passed this ritual on through generations to keep our traditional culture and history alive. Finally, it connects us with our past, present, and future, keeping harmony and balance spiritually and physically, and that is what unites us as One.

6th Annual Thunder Bay Truck Centre Mosquito Speedway Dirt Track Nationals

91.5 CKPR is proud to present the 6th Annual Thunder Bay Truck Centre Mosquito Speedway Dirt Track Nationals

 Sept 13th-15th 2019

Mosquito Speedway presents 6th Annual Thunder Bay Truck Centre
Dirt Track Nationals, Sept 13th-15th 2019
Fun and Excitement the whole family can enjoy! You’ll see fast paced and amazing stock car races featuring a wide variety of classes like modified, supers stocks, street stocks and our local ice racers!
With the Feature B-MOD event being$12,000 to WIN!
This event is cash sales only so make sure you’re well prepared to enjoy these full fun days.
Tickets $10 Friday, $20 Saturday and $25 Sunday per person
For more info find Mosquito Speedway on Facebook


CLE Family Fair

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the CLE Family Fair Aug 7-11, 2019 – Noon to Midnight daily

Come Cheer for the 129th Year!

Parking $7
Designated smoking area available

2019 Gate Admission & Ride Wristband Prices:
Advance tickets on sale at all Metro stores in Thunder Bay now until August 4th, 2019 and online at
Prices include HST unless otherwise stated.
? Ride wristband – Regular $34 / Advance $22+hst
Ride Noon – 6pm OR 6pm – Midnight
? Adult Gate (ages 13+) – Regular $12 / Advance $8+hst
? Child Gate (ages 5-12) – Regular $7 / Advance $5+hst
? Children 4 years and under free gate admission
Advance Ticket Locations:
? All Metro stores in Thunder Bay
? Canadian Tire in Marathon
? Canadian Tire in Nipigon
? The Wellington Inn in Sioux Lookout
? Northern Computers in Terrace Bay
? The Enchanted Florist in Atikokan

17th annual Live from the Rock Folk Festival

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the 17th annual Live from the Rock Folk Festival

Aug 9-11 in Red Rock

Three days of entertainment on four stages, including Juno nominated Roxanne Potvin, Canadian roots legend Ken Whiteley, Maori dance and world roots group Mama Mihirangi & the Mareikura, as well as local favourites Ron Kanutski, Robin Ranger, Hunt & Gather, and more!

Adult (19+) - $90
Senior (65+)/Youth (13-18) - $80
Child (5-12) - $25
Children 4 and under are free.

Camping Pass:
$20, available at the Gate only. 
Children 12 and under camp free!

***The campground is pet free. There are a variety of pet boarding options in the Nipigon, Pass Lake and Thunder Bay area. Please search the Internet to find the one which suits you and your four-legged friend the best!***

For tickets and information, visit


29th Annual Festa Italiana

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the 29th Annual Festa Italiana

August 4 &5 at the Italian Cultural Centre


A unique cultural experience for everyone!

Music by National and Local Performers
Folk Dancing
Authentic Italian Cuisine
Cultural and Art Exhibits
Children’s Activities
Beer Garden
Fireworks EACH night

The Sensational Hot Rods
Moreno Fruzetti (from New York)
Carlo Cappello
Dr. Buck & the Bluesbreakers
Rico Coppola
Catherine Iorianni
Alpine Choir
Le Stelle Alpine( Italian Dancers)
Marc Palmquist ( Musically Inclined)
Mood Indigo (Dr. Mark Thibert & Glenn Jennings)

1st Prize: Trip for 2 to ITALY
2nd Prize: 60’’ Colour TV
3rd Prize: Round of Golf & Cart for 4 at Whitewater Golf Course

Teen Challenge Ride for Freedom in support of Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay

91.5 CKPR is proud to support Teen Challenge Ride for Freedom in support of Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay

Saturday, August 3rd

If you ride a bike and live in Thunder Bay, you won't want to miss the Bikers for Christ Thunder Bay Second Annual Ride to Freedom, a motorcycle ride that helps to raise funds and awareness for Adult & Teen Challenge.
9am Onsite Registration | 10am-2pm Ride | 2pm Lunch
$1000 Fireworks Package

Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay provides long-term residential Christian discipleship programs for men and women struggling with addiction, and non-residential support groups for family members of addicts and those who aren't able to attend a long-term program. Funded entirely by private donations and money raised at events like these, Adult & Teen Challenge is dedicated to putting hope within reach of those facing addiction in our community.

If you have any questions, please call 252-6909 or email

First Rider Program

91.5 CKPR is proud to support the First Rider Program.

Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 10:00am - 4:00pm- Confederation College - TEC Hub/McIntyre Building

The First Rider Program has been designed for young, first time school bus riders. This fun learning experience helps children prepare for riding the school bus to and from school as well as while on field trips.
Participation will help alleviate concerns and answer questions you may have regarding the safety of your child while riding on or walking around a school bus. The children even get to ride a school bus!

Take advantage of this opportunity that will allow your child to ride the school bus with confidence and learn the importance of school bus safety.

Call To Register for your spot by contacting Iron Range Bus Lines During the Week of August 19-23 (807) 345-7387
For more information, please visit: