Start your mornings off right with the CHOK Breakfast Club!
Join AJ Reynolds and Sue Storr Monday through Friday 5:30 till 9 along with Lee Michaels and Jake Jeffrey for everything local. News, sports, weather, entertainment, chats with the mayor and council, tough trivia, fun games and debates that always end in a laugh. The only place to start your day, CHOK.
Here’s how it works: load up the canister with whatever cheese you see fit, let it heat up for three minutes, wave goodbye to any semblance of shame you may have once had, and cover...Read More →
BY LEE MICHAELS NOVEMBER 17, 2016 6:26AM A Sarnia ratepayer says she has filed a formal complaint with the city’s integrity commissioner about the behaviour of certain city councillors at a recent public meeting. Margaret...Read More →
When you love something as much as this home’s owner loves fishing, you go to extreme measures. For some that might mean decorating an entire wing of the house in fishing memorabilia. For others, going...Read More →
Today a Toronto court will hear arguments from indigenous activist Douglas Cardinal, who wants the Ontario Superior Court and two human rights tribunals to ban Cleveland from using the word “Indians” and from using their...Read More →
The bear is back: CNN reports a new-and-improved Teddy Ruxpin will be released next year. The original talking bear, released in 1985, was one of the first animatronic toys ever and one of the best-selling...Read More →
For the first time in 32 years, the Celebration of Lights will not be held this year. In a post on its Facebook page and its website, the Board says it does not have the...Read More →
For nine years, the Beatles filled Abbey Road Studios with the sounds of some of their most famous recordings. For one night in October, you could fill it with the sounds of your snoring. Travel...Read More →
Join AJ Reynolds Fridays from 10 am till Noon as he takes you back in time to a week and year in the 80's or early 90's to countdown the hits. From Fleetwood Mac to...Read More →
There’ll never be a bona fide Beatles reunion, but scientists at Sony’s CSL research lab have come up with an alternative: a song written by artificial intelligence that sounds like something that could’ve been penned...Read More →