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Garth Dawley (born 1933) is most known for reading the news on CBWT's supper-hour news program 24Hours from October 5, 1970–1983.

Prior to his role at 24Hours he was co-hosted the local morning show on CBW-AM in the 1960s.

At the age of 19, he became station announcer at Brandon's CKX-AM in 1952, and was one of the station's first reporters when it added a local news division in 1954. He also worked at Brandon's television station CKX-TV when it opened in 1955.

He also worked at Regina television station CKCK-TV.

He also taught journalism at summer workshops held at the University of Saskatchewan.

Garth got a spot on the Regina School Board and also served on the Regina Board of Education after amalgamation.

References

  • Floyd, Don. "Dawley Backs Small Station Start", Winnipeg Free Press, April 12, 1978, p. 27

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