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Kootenay Co-op Radio wins another award

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Kootenay Co-op Radio won another Award at this year's National Campus and Community Radio Association conference which was held in Abbotsford over the weekend.

Adding to a great tradition that started back in 2004 with Nelson Before Nine winning a National Campus and Community Radio Association award for news broadcasting.

Last year at the NCRA conference Catherine Fisher won Volunteer of the Year, no small feat for a sector that is run on volunteer power. Last year as well the KCR show Climate of Change also won in the Syndicated Show category and received a honorable mention in the Current Affairs or Magazine Show category.

This year Climate of Change which is hosted by Tanya Coad with co-hosts Laura Sacks and Anni Holtby continued its winning streak by winning in the category of Women's Hand and Voices and again received honorable mention in the Current Affairs or Magazine Show category.

Kootenay Co-op Radio is so proud of all our volunteer programmers who do such quality work, week in and week out. Having them recognized on a national stage just proves how awesome they are.

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