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We want to wish your child a Happy Birthday!

If you have a child under 13 years of age and they are celebrating a birthday, send us a picture of them including their name, date of birth and hometown, then watch our morning show for the announcement!

All pictures must be received one (1) week in advance of birth date.

PLEASE NOTE: BIRTHDAYS MUST BE SUMBITTED AT LEAST 5 BUSINESS DAYS IN ADVANCE. LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE BROADCAST.

Send your birthday wish to us by e-mail or by regular mail to:

Morning Birthdays
87 George St.
Ottawa ON
K1N 9H7

If e-mailing the picture please include it as an attachment and be in either JPG or GIF file format. If sending by mail, please note that the picture will not be returned.

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