Craig Fox

Craig FoxCraig Fox has been a veteran of radio for more than 30 years, waking up country music fans in this area since June 2002. Craig has also worked on radio stations in Toronto , Hamilton , Kitchener , Guelph and Chatham . Craig spent two seasons as the narrator of the weekly Life Network television program "Flick". He has also been the voice of national and international radio and television commercials for names like Bell ExpressVu, Brother, Canjet, Samsung, Suzuki, among many others. Craig and his family enjoy life in Oxford County and are proud to call this area home.

Join Craig mornings from 5:00 am to 10:00 am.


Thursday, 22 March 2018 04:34 Craig Fox
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To some, the expiry date on packaged food just a suggestion. To some, it’s a dare. To others, it’s gospel. Well someday, we might not have a best before date at all, because the label will tell you when things have gone south. Mimica, a food tech company, is testing a new kind of “bumpy” label for milk jugs that is described as a “biologically accurate food expiry indicator calibrated to experience decay at the same rate as food”. The label contains a gel which breaks down according to changes in the food product and temperature. So, in the case of milk, when it gets less-fresh, the bumps on the label raise up, so users know the milk isn’t good if the label feels bumpy.


Hilarious Kid Quotes

Sunday, 25 February 2018 18:26 Craig Fox
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Single dad Matthew Carroll has collected real quotes from toddlers in his book “Can I Sit On Your Lap While You’re Pooping?” Here are some of the funniest and most philosophical …
• “Have you ever been to the butt store?”
• “I checked the computer and it said you were dancing wrong.”
• “It’s a good idea to pee in the swimming pool because you can’t see it.”
• “What if you threw up on the whole world?”
• “I want to drink out of an udder.”
• “Is a sandwich a vegetable?”
• “Fairies like to fart, you know.”
• “The wind tastes like candy.”
• “I don’t know how to say goodbye.”
• “It is going to take me a long time to grow up.”


Body Parts You Didn't Know Have A Name

Thursday, 22 February 2018 05:14 Craig Fox
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➢ Popliteal fossa: technically the “posterior knee, this is the space behind your knee, where your leg bends. (The kneepit!)
➢ Acnestis: In any animal, the acnestis is an area of the back that can’t be reached for scratching. In humans, that’s between the shoulder blades. (The “itch you can’t scratch”!)
➢ Philtrum: When the face of a human embryo comes together, the pieces meet in what becomes the cleft between the lips and the nose. (Your philtrum is running…)
➢ Columella nasi: the skin by the septum of your nose, which separates your nostrils. (Right above the philtrum!)
➢ Digitus secondus: You might call it your “pointer toe” or “long toe,” but the technical name is “digitus secondus.” (I would have called it “digitus firstus”…but that’s just me.)
➢ Lunula: That crescent-shaped, whitish area at the base of your fingernail is called the lunula, which comes from the Latin word for “little moon.”
➢ Canthus: The point of your eye in both the inner and outer corners where the top lid meets the lower one.
➢ Gynecomastia: No doubt you usually use the less technical name: man boobs. (Moobs!)


Why Men Are Happier

Thursday, 22 February 2018 05:14 Craig Fox
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• They can never get pregnant.
• Auto mechanics tell them the truth.
• They never have to drive to another gas station restroom because ‘this one is just too icky’.
• People never stare at their chests when talking to them.
• A 7-day vacation requires only 1 suitcase.
• They never have ‘strap problems’ in public.
• Their bellies usually hide their big hips.
• They have freedom of choice concerning growing a mustache.


Today's Gold Price

Thursday, 15 February 2018 05:40 Craig Fox
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I’m sure you are aware that the ‘Gold’ medals handed out to winning athletes at the Olympic Games are not made exclusively of real gold. In fact they are generally 92.5% silver, with gold plating. But how much are they worth? Depends what you mean:
As scrap metal: PyeongChang’s gold medals are worth about US $577 (silver medals are worth around $320, and bronze medals have a scrap value of about $3.50).
Auction Value: Olympic gold medals tend to sell for around $20,000-50,000 these days (silver medals sell for about $10-30k and bronze medals for less than $10k). Of course, it depends a lot on what athlete won the medal.
Impact Value Of An Olympic Medal in Endorsements & Public Speaking: Priceless
(And by the way, if you are an athlete from Azerbaijan and you win gold, the country will pay you up to $510,000…THAT’S motivation!)


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