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  • L'Oasis Francophone Weekdays Mondays - Thursdays Mélanie Gagné brings you all the music news, as well as simple, practical tips on a variety of subjects, plus non-stop music without commercial breaks.

  • L'Oasis Francophone Week-end Fridays - Sundays In addition to the best of Canadian contemporary music, Jean-François talks about the latest trends, special finds, food and cooking, and much more. Without commercial breaks, 24 hours nonstop.

  • Le Chillroom Saturdays 2 am, 8 am, 2 pm & 8 pm ETVibrate to the rhythm of the best Lounge, Chill and electronic music with Le Chillroom. For the occasion, let Jean-François be your host, barman and DJ!

  • L’Oasis Francophone Top 25 Countdown Saturdays 4 am, 10 am, 4 pm & 10 pm ETTune in to the Top 25 French and English songs in Canada, as well as all the news from your favorite artists.

  • Découvertes Sundays 12 am, 6 am, Noon & 6 pm ET Tune in for the latest releases on the francophone music scene. Jean-François Filion talks to your favorite artists and some of the newest talents on the scene.

  • Melanie Gagne | emailMondays - Thursdays

    A Media Arts and Technology (Radio) graduate of Cégep de Jonquière, Mélanie has been busy ever since. A local radio host and columnist on two of the largest radio networks in Québec (Energie and Rock Détente), she joined Energie 94.3 Montréal in 2001. You have probably also seen her on the small screen as a host and columnist on many TVA network shows, including Salut-Bonjour, Salut-Bonjour Week-end, le 17h and Clin d’œil. On December 1, 2005, Mélanie joined the Sirius Canada satellite radio team, where she works behind the mike.

    Photograph by Matthu Placek.

  • Jean-Francois | emailA Theatre graduate of Cégep La Pocatière in 1995, Jean-François got his start in radio behind the mike of such stations as O 97.3 Victoriaville, Mix 99.7 St-Georges-de-Beauce, CKOI 96.9 Montréal, and now, Québec’s largest radio network, Énergie. He has also appeared in several TV ads, and was a reporter-producer for Le Petit Journal on TQS from 2000 to 2002. In December 2005, Jean-François joined the Sirius Canada satellite radio team at the mike.

    Photograph by Matthu Placek.

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