Wix and Meg in the Morning

CICZ Meg and Wix


Once a GTA transplant, Georgian Bay is now her permanent home.  In the last decade on 104.1 The Dock, Meg has gone from being a crazy cat lady who spent oodles of free time with mountain bikes, tents and kayaks, to a person who tries to run sometimes.  Sometimes it’s on a trail, sometimes it’s after her small children.  Still a total nerd she can usually be found paying library late fees or lugging mason jars to The Bulk Barn.  




Brian Wicks has been with the Dock since its inception 12 years ago, as News Director and morning co-host. ‘Wix’, as he likes to be referred, has a couple of grown kids, one of each, who have long departed the nest, leaving Brian and Deb to pace freely about their Tiny Township home with no concern for clothing or manner. Wix has just welcomed his first grandchild, a boy named Beau, who he plans to nurture toward a career of underwater welding. When not spinning tales and relaying the days news on the radio, Wix enjoys being out on his boat on Georgian Bay, or trying to figure out that 16 foot putt on a local golf course. He is between dogs right now, but loves to train and care for canines, and will soon be shopping for another ‘Doodle’ of some sort to bring into the household.

If you’d like to contact Wix, you can email him at brian.wicks@bellmedia.ca 



  • Virtual Toronto boat show

    Last year, new boaters rushed to the waterways.  This is the time of year they'd normally be heading to Toronto to The Boat Show.  Never fear!  Many options still available.  TorontoBoatShow.com is on until Sunday.  
  • And he's down!

    Wix's emotions on an embarassing tumble are not what Meg's would be....
  • RVH Sprit of Giving update--WOW.

    Wix and Meg speak with Rebecca Truax, Director of Philanthropy at the RVH Foundation, with a stunning update to the Sprit of Giving fundraiser, that included Radiothons on 104.1 The Dock and Pure Country 106, along with a stream-athon with CTV Barrie.  Wait til you hear the new total raised.  It will blow your mind.
  • What have you bought online while..... not at your best?

    Some great answers here.... vacations, online dating subscriptions, $1200 in after market car parts (!) an inflatable penis floaty! ha! But this was our favourite answer. ~Wix & Meg
  • Monday Good News Stories

    Three stories to life your spirits today!
  • hospice huronia

    Our local hospice, Hospice Huronia, wasn't able to get relief funding from the government because they are less than a year old, and couldn't demonstrate a loss from the previous year.   Tomkins House is doing so much for our community.  If you are able to help this season please donate at hospicehuronia.ca
  • Happy Birthday to Who?

    Our contest every Thursday (and sometimes other days when I have to broadcast from my basement) is Happy Birthday to Who? ~Meg  Who turns 72 today?
  • Pets and holidays

    Wix and Meg have their monthly discussion with the Midland SPCA, to see what's up heading toward the holidays.  Cool things, that's what!!   Robin Elliot joins us to chat about contests, fundraising and plain old fun. 
  • school bus cancellations

    What goes into calling a 'Snow Day' in Simcoe County.  Wix and Meg talk to the man in charge, Sean Lavisseur at the School Transportation consortium.  You'd be surprised how much goes into it.  Check it out.
  • Brent Butt of Corner gas talks his new Xmas tune

    Wix and Meg talked to Brent Butt of Corner Gas about Corner Gas Animated's first Christmas special & Brent Butt's new Christmas song 'Everyone can sing at Christmas'
  • What do Wix and George Clooney have in common?

    I never would've thought we'd find such a solid connection!!
  • Prizes for best light display!

    Orillia is having a holiday light contest! Light Up Orillia has $1000 prizes for the top winner in each category - residential, small and large business - as well as many gift certificates to local stores. If you'd like to participate you need to do 3 things. Go to Orillia.com to register your information Go to their Facebook page 'Light up Orillia Lake Country' to post a short (less than 30seconds!) video on their page Involve #StaySafe#ShopLocal in your entry  Winners are determined by facebook likes so promote your own entry and encourage friends and family to vote.   Here's Orillia's Chamber of Commerce's Doug Bunker talking about how the contest came about after Orillia was forced to cancel the Santa Claus Parade.