CFIC-FM

CFIC-FM, Aboriginal, Restigouche

Micmac Historical Cultural Society

StationYearFreq.PowerOwner/Info
CFIC-FM
2006
105.1
425
Micmac Historical Cultural Society
CFIC-FM
1999
105.1
50
P L M Brodcasting Ltd.
1999

On July 15, P.L.M. Broadcasting Ltd. received a licence to operate a low-power English and Native-language FM station at Restigouche (Listuguj). The new station would broadcast 126 hours of local programming per week (apx. 33% Micmac and 67%, English). The station would operate on the frequency 105.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 50 watts.

 

Undated

CFIC-FM began broadcasting.

The licensee name changed from P.L.M. Broadcasting Ltd. to the Micmac Historical Cultural Arts Society.

 

2006

On May 23, the Micmac Historical Cultural Art Society was given approval to increase CFIC-FM’s effective radiated power from 50 watts to an average ERP of 425 watts. 

2012

On August 17, the CRTC administratively renewed the licence of CFIC-FM to August 31, 2013.

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