#CIVLBattle Week 9! One Last Chance!

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The final chance to see who will represent the Fraser Valley’s best and brightest musical groups in CIVL’s ten week Battle of the Bands extravaganza!
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After The Nacaals rocked Losses and Wild Card MG Graveyard out of the playoffs this past Saturday, it’s up to Chilliwack’s Empty After, Langley’s Derrival, and Abbotsford Wild Card Yes Men Jr. to decide the final band to make it into our deciding round and qualify for no less than $200 in gear!
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CIVL Battle Round 1 Week 2

You know the drill – This Saturday (May 18) Aftermath, UFV. Doors at 7pm, Show starts at 7:30pm. $5 Cover.
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Come out and support your favorite band – who will it be?
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Lonely Cave Kings Often compared to artists such as The Gaslight Anthem, The National, Kurt Vile, and Franz Ferdinand, Lonely Cave Kings are fast up-and-comers with a passion for creativity and a penchant for composing memorable music that will keep your toes tapping while reminding you what nostalgia feels like.
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Casinos Casinos are Alex Vevers, Kier-Christer Junos, Zachary Keely, and Mitchell Trainor. A four-piece originally spawned from the hormone-soup that is high school, the members of Casinos know each other very dearly; their beloved project has gained a meaning beyond simply playing shows. This, is where life refreshes itself.
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Old Mare Old Mare released Their EP,”YOU DESERVE MORE” in January of 2012. The project sat in the top 10 charts on CIVL for a number of weeks. Old Mare’s sound has expanded since the release and they look forward to sharing it with all their friends at the Battle of the Bands.
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CIVL Launches the Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands! Apply before April 22nd!

CIVL Radio is pleased to announce it’s first ever Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands! Bands of all genres, ages, and addresses are welcome to apply to compete in a Fraser Valley free-for-all, judged by a CIVL panel, that can win them great prizes like free recording time, other production services, photo shoots, and gear!

Click Here to Apply Now!

The Battle of the Bands will begin in May, so check out the form below this poster to apply!
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For any added questions or concerns, please contact sophia@civl.ca
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Apply Now! CIVL's Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands

Apply Now! CIVL's Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands

Click Here to Apply!

Prizes:
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First Prize — $500 gift card for music equipment, 3 live video recordings at Tractorgrease, Band Photo Shoot from Jayme Anne, and 6 Songs Mastering
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Second Prize — $300 gift card for music equipment, 100 pins
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Third Prize — $200 gift card for music equipment, 100 pins

CIVL Produces and Hosts NCRA’s Groundwire National News Broadcast, Features Legendary QB Damon Allen

The University of the Fraser Valley Campus and Community Radio Society is asking UFV students to increase the CIVL Radio student fee. Visit www.civl.ca/vote for all of the pertinent financial and operational information Kids Air Jordan.

CIVL Radio 101.7 FM is proud to announce it’s production of the National Community and Campus Radio Association program, Groundwire!

The 29 minute newscast was conducted collaboratively with stations from across Canada, and this edition includes reports from CFRU 93.3 FM at the University of Guelph, Ontario, CJSF 90.1 FM in Burnaby, BC at Simon Fraser University, and 102.7 FM CFRO Co-op Radio in Downtown Vancouver.

NCRA Member Stations Across Canada will air CIVL’s Edition of Groundwire over the next two weeks.

CIVL reports on the Abbotsford election and P3 Water Referendum, Media Democracy Day at SFU, and Occupy Vancouver, as well as the Community Radio Report focusing on stations on Gabriola Island, and East Jerusalem, Israel.

For full download and content information visit http://www.previous.ncra.ca/groundwire/

Wednesday, November, 23rd at 3 pm after your Community News Update, Cam Tucker from the Abbotsford Times interviews 2nd All Time Professional Football Passing Leader Damon Allen!

Allen talks about his Night of Champions in it’s first Vancouver event this Friday at the Five Sixty on Seymour.

Bike Ride Initiates Diversity Proclamation


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Ken Herar has been called a “Champion of Diversity” from Abbotsford Community Services, works as a multi-cultural columnist for the Abbotsford Times.

Now Ken has initiated a proclamation from former Attorney General and current Health Minister Mike de Jong on behalf of the Province of British Columbia Air Jordan XX9 Retro, recognizing the efforts of the Cycling for Diversity campaign to unite our diverse communities.

The campaign took a group of riders from Mission to Victoria, BC in order to promote inclusive dialogue in the region, honouring the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, and had already encouraged the District of Mission to proclaim annual recognition of the day when the Province made this recent presentation at The Reach.