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Dick Vincent (born 1939 in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada) was best known as the announcer and on-air host at KCND-TV in the 1960s and 1970s.

Prior to that he was station announcer at CJOB,[1], from 1959 to 1960. Dick started his broadcasting career as a news reporter with radio station CKDM in Dauphin, Manitoba.[2] After KCND signed off and moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba as CKND in 1975, he moved with the station to Winnipeg, remaining as a station personality and hosting local programs including Town 'n Country.[3]


  1. ^ Noble, Bob (November 16, 1963). "KCND Trouble Shooting". Winnipeg Free Press - TV-Radio.  
  2. ^ "TV News Editor At 23". Winnipeg Free Press - TV-Radio. October 28, 1961. p. 10.  
  3. ^ "Making Manitoba Home". Global Winnipeg. September 1, 2005.  

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