Fitzroy Gordon, Jamaican-born Canadian radio broadcaster, Died at 65

Fitzroy Gordon was born in 1954 and died on April 30, 2019.

He was a Jamaican-Canadian broadcaster, radio host and DJ, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Gordon was most notable as the founder of G98.7, Canada’s first radio station geared specifically to Black and Caribbean audiences.

Gordon was dedicated to community service as a broadcaster, notably through his shows Dr. Love on CHIN Radio and Grapevine on G98.7.

He moved to Canada in 1979 and filled in as a games writer composing for papers and magazines in the Canadian and Caribbean people group.

He began his radio vocation on Toronto’s CHIN radio station, delivering and facilitating the Dr. Love Show, medium-term music and television show went for the Caribbean people group, for a long time.

Dr Love all the while kept up a 15-year vacation as a games writer, practicing on cricket, on The Score where he facilitated the International Sports Report and the FAN 590 in Toronto, and as a feature writer for papers the Toronto Sun, the Gleaner and Star, and Contrast.

In 1998 Gordon left CHIN so as to seek after his fantasy of opening a radio station devoted to Black and Caribbean gatherings of people.

He earned a Special Recognition Award from the Jamaican Canadian Association, in 2015.

Fitzroy Gordon passed away at 65 years old.