Hollinger-Ungava Transport Ltd.
|Hollinger-Ungava Transport Ltd.
CFKL began broadcasting.
CFKL operated on a frequency of 1230 kHz and had a power of 250 watts.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation received approval to acquire CFKL-AM from Hollinger-Ungava Transport Ltd. which set the station up to bring radio service to the mining communities in northeastern Quebec.
In time CFKL became a rebroadcaster of Radio-Canada stations in larger centres. By 1986, the station was known as CBSI-2, a rebroadcaster of CBSI-FM Sept-Iles.
See CBSI-FM Sept-Iles for more information
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