CJLR Prince Albert Transmitter Gets CRTC OK For Power Boost
August 18, 2010 at 4:25 AM (PT)
NATOTAWIN BROADCASTING INC. has received approval the CRTC to increase the power of CJLR-FM-3/PRINCE ALBERT, SK from 249 to 49,000 watts and increase height from 21 to 148 meters at a new location. The station relays programming from First Nations CJLR/LA RONGE, SK.
The CRTC has also once again approved a new low-power community station for HORNBY ISLAND, BC. The HORNBY COMMUNITY RADIO SOCIETY will operate at 96.5 FM with 5 watts ERP. The applicant previously won a license for 5 watts at 91.5 FM in 2004 and for 5 watts at 96.5 FM in 2007 but never built the station.