2018 Community Feature: Old Dutch

Old Dutch first started in Winnipeg, Manitoba as a little chip company with a lot of heart. Soon, our tradition of making and delivering great-tasting snacks spread throughout all of Canada. Since 1954, our windmill has stood for quality and trust, old world charm, and a desire to create a long-lasting chip and snack tradition.

Ask anyone in Western Canada if they remember eating Old Dutch chips when they were little. They all remember—the Old Dutch windmill, the great-tasting chips and dips, the colourful characters on the bags, the Old Dutch taste they enjoyed growing up.

Old Dutch isn’t just about chips. We make great snacks and with this we have a social responsibility, which we take very seriously. We provide snacks with quality ingredients, and we encourage physical health through sports, active lifestyles and community events.

For over 60 years, we at Old Dutch have been a consistent leader in community support. We believe in giving back to our consumers. Old Dutch is a pillar of support in many communities, and we seek to develop our exceptional community efforts all across Canada.

Visit www.olddutchfoods.ca to learn more about our products and learn why, Quality Lives Here.

2018 Community Feature: Kinky Beverages

As a second-year sponsor, KINKY BEVERAGES is honored to once again be a part of a movement that exemplifies PRIDE in living the life YOU want.

We are extremely grateful to continue a partnership with the LGBTQ community to help create new positive experiences and celebrate the lives of every person.  Just as our brand represents diversity and unique individualism, KINKY BEVERAGES pridefully supports love and equality for everyone.


2018 Community Feature: QX104 & 94.3 The Drive

Today’s Country QX104 and Winnipeg’s Greatest Hits 94-3 The Drive are pleased to once again participate in the Pride Winnipeg Festival.

Whether you’re a member of the LGBTTQ community or an ally, Pride festivals are a powerful reminder of what’s been accomplished, and that there is still much more we all need to do. It’s a reminder to allies not to be silent, and that rights can never be taken for granted.

As part of the community we stand in solidarity with those making it stronger by promoting acceptance and love.

The Pride Winnipeg Festival helps unite our listeners, in a celebration of life, human rights and ultimately the right to love whoever we want. That is something everyone here at our radio stations feel is worth celebrating.

“In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Happy Pride from everyone at QX104 and 94-3 The Drive!