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Our Studio / Mailing Address

100 Talbot St. E
Leamington, ON
N8H 1L3

Studio/Prize Line: 519-944-2497 or 519-326-0918
Leamington Office: 519-326-6171
Advertising: Sean Lavin 519-944-4400

2090 Wyandotte St. E
Windsor, ON
N8Y 5B2

Main Office: 519-944-4400

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To claim your prize, simply stop by our Windsor  offices Monday -Thursday 8:30-12:30 and 1:30 Р4:30. Please note we are closed between 12:30 -1:30 for lunch . Be sure to bring photo I.D.

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Canadian Broadcasting Standards
The Canadian Broadcasting Standards Council (CBSC) is a national self-regulatory organization created by Canada’s private broadcasters.

The CRTC is not a board of censors, and can’t tell broadcasters what they can air. However, certain standards apply to the content of programs and Blackburn Radio Inc. works diligently to comply with these standards.

If you have heard something that you object to, or have another issue about our broadcast you can make a complaint as follows.

  • Contact us directly either by phone or email at the appropriate number/email listed here. Most complaints can be resolved at this stage.
  • If you are not satisfied with our response, you can then make a formal complaint to the CBSC. Click Here For Details

Advertising Complaints

  • For a complaint about an ad, again, start by contacting us directly, subsequently you can contact Advertising Standard Canada (ASC). Click Here For Details

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