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    ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.227-1

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    • November 1940 (Creation)

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    1 photograph : b&w acetate negative ; 10 x 12 cm

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    (1909 - Present)

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    One image of William Winters (left, holding microphone) and his brother, James Winters, being interviewed by CKSO Manager Wilbur Woodill (1909-1997, aka Wilf Woodill) and another man at the CKSO radio station in Sudbury, Ontario about leaving their native Scotland for Falconbridge, Ontario where they were to live for the duration of World War II (WWII).

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        William Winters and James Winters were sent from Scotland to Canada to stay for the duration of World War II. They went to the station in order to talk to their parents in Glasgow, Scotland on the radio but were interviewed instead when it was determined that it was impossible to pick up the broadcast in Scotland on that day. The children stayed while in Canada with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Morgan in Falconbridge, Ontario.

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        To learn more about Wilf Woodill, see Doug McCann's CKSO website at

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        See "Refugee Children Tell of New Life in Canada," Sudbury Star, November 11, 1940, p. 11.

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