Musings About MHR Canada

“Musings from MHR Canada” is a featured blog by Hank Blok, one of the founding board members and current Secretary Treasurer of Mars Hill Radio Canada. In it, he gives us some of the rich history of MHR Canada from his time working there and some history on how we got started broadcasting the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

***We will be featuring a new post for this blog once a month in our weekly E-Newsletter until December 2021.  Each new post will be featured in our E-Newsletter the first week of the month and will be posted here within a week of that date.***

Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #14

Religious stations in Canada? – that would be great. Or maybe not when one understands its definition by the CRTC1 (our governing body of radio and television licensing). Christian radio […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #13

What happened to the Emergency Alert Signal (EAS): that piercing tone that would, without notice, disrupt a program being aired? I haven’t heard it in a long time. When we […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #12

Technology! – sometimes it comes too fast for us to keep up with. We used to have control of things but now, with technological advances, we’ve lost it. Take for […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #11

Believe it or not, it’s amazing what you can find on the Mars Hill Network website. A careful look up in the top left corner, beside the radio logo, there […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #10

In the early days of the 1980’s and into the 90’s, the members of the board of MHR Canada were, what the younger generation today might call, backward and old […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #9

In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.  Just think of the power and wisdom that went into that singular act! The Mars Hill Network didn’t come into […]


Musings About MHR Canada: Excerpt #8

In previous blurbs, you have been introduced to some of the history of radio broadcasting with its slim beginnings in Canada and exploding growth in the USA. Post WWII we […]

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