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Hearst, Ontario

NHL hockey player * Rumun Ndur, former NHL hockey player Media Radio Hearst's only local radio service is provided by CINN (CINN-FM), a community radio station. All other radio stations available in the community are rebroadcasters of stations from Kapuskasing, Timmins or Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). * FM 90.3 - CBON-26 (CBON-FM), Première Chaîne * FM 91.1 - CINN (CINN-FM), franco-ontarian community (community radio) * FM 91.9 - CBCS-FM CBCC

" 00 91.1 FM Hearst (Hearst, Ontario) Radio de l'Épinette Noire community radio (French (French language)) - - CBCC-FM (CBCS-FM) 00 91.9 FM Hearst (Hearst, Ontario) CBC Radio One public (public broadcasting) news talk (talk radio) - - CHYK-FM-3 (CHYK-FM) 00 92.9 FM Hearst (Hearst, Ontario) Le5

Creston, British Columbia

vines. Creston is home to CIDO-FM, a volunteer-run, locally-based, Community Radio station, which broadcasts in town, and in the Creston Valley at 97.7 FM. Climate Creston has an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification ''Cfb'') or a humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification ''Dfb'') which is often modified by air masses of the Pacific Ocean origin, especially in winter. Daily maximum temperatures are usually above freezing even in January

; 00 97.7 FM Creston (Creston, British Columbia) Creston Community Radio community radio - - CBTS-FM (CBTK-FM) 0 100.3 FM Creston (Creston, British Columbia) CBC Radio One public (public broadcasting) news talk (talk radio) - cities Greenwood (Greenwood, British Columbia), Grand Forks (Grand Forks, British Columbia), Castlegar (Castlegar, British Columbia), Cranbrook

Champaign-Decatur CSA

outlets, commercial radio stations, and TV stations, Champaign-Urbana has several academic, homegrown and not-for-profit media outlets. *WEFT 90.1 FM is a community radio station begun by a group of radio enthusiasts, artists, and community-minded individuals working together to realize the potential of bringing a variety of programming and people together behind one frequency. Since 1981, WEFT has broadcast music from around the world and East Central Illinois, news, and public affairs

on shows hosted by an all-volunteer staff of air shifters. It also airs programming from national sources including Pacific. *WRFU-LP is a low power (LPFM) community radio station owned and operated by Radio Free Urbana. The station was built by hundreds of volunteers from the region and around the country in November 2005 at the ninth Prometheus Radio Project barnraising. WRFU broadcasts music, news, public

Smithers, British Columbia

Smithers Astral Media country (country music) - - CICK-FM 00 93.9 FM Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) Smithers Community Radio Society community radio - - VF2169 (CFNR-FM) 00 95.1 FM Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) Northern Native Broadcasting First Nations community radio - - CBRS-FM (CBYG-FM) span

Williams Lake, British Columbia

TV - local Community Access Channel (only available on Shaw Cable (Shaw Communications)) Radio * AM (AM broadcasting) 570 - CKWL (CKCQ-FM), Country, "The Wolf" * AM 860 - CBRL (CBYK-FM), CBC Radio One * FM 94.3 - CISK Sikh Radio * FM 95.1 - VOAR (VOAR (AM)) Christian Radio (broadcasting from Newfoundland) * FM (FM broadcasting) 96.1 - VF2235 (CFNR-FM), First Nations community radio, "Canadian First Nations Radio or CFNR" * FM 97.5

- CFFM-FM, Rock, "The GOAT," formerly "The Rush" and earlier "The Max". * FM 100.7 - CJLJ-FM, planned community radio station, this station's launch date has yet to be announced. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-273 Other radio services There was a Loran-C station at Wiliams Lake. Publications * ''Williams Lake Tribune'' Williams Lake Tribune (owned by Black Press) * ''Cariboo Advisor'' Cariboo Advisor (owned by Black Press) * Welcome to Williams Lake "Welcome to Williams Lake" local news site Notable people *Tsilhqot'in (Chilcotin) filmmaker (Filmmaking) *Extreme sport athlete Trevor Mack. *Montreal Canadiens starting goalie Carey Price regularly attended organized hockey in Williams Lake as a child, traveling from Anahim Lake, British Columbia by plane. Surrounding communities birth_place residence Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia), British Columbia office1 MLA (Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) for Cariboo (Cariboo (provincial electoral district)) '''David Zirnhelt''' is a Canadian (Canada) politician. He was born in Williams Lake, British Columbia, located in the Cariboo region of the province's central interior. He obtained an undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of British Columbia in political science and public administration, returning to the Williams Lake area, where he became a cattle rancher and a practitioner of horse logging. He was also active as a consultant in various federal, provincial, and First Nations projects related to public policy and economic development.

Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

Meadow Lake (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan), La Ronge (La Ronge, Saskatchewan), Meadow Lake No. 588 (Meadow Lake No. 588, Saskatchewan), La Loche (La Loche, Saskatchewan) - CJLR-FM-7 (CJLR-FM) 00 89.9 FM Meadow Lake (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan) MBC Radio First Nations community radio - - CBKM (CBK (AM)) 00 98.5 FM Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

contemporary - - CFDM-FM 0 105.7 FM Meadow Lake (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan) CFDM Radio First nations community radio - - Meadow Lake Airport (Saskatchewan) CYLJ YLJ Meadow Lake (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan - Started in 1946 by Ed Rawlinson (1912–1992), a Saskatchewan resident born in Qu'Appelle (Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan), it became one of Canada’s most successful broadcasting companies

Tlacolula de Matamoros

; During the 2006 Oaxaca protests, a number of "community radio stations" established to provide alternative outlets of information and propaganda. Since this time, most of these stations, including Radio Tlacolula (http: ), have not been able to get operating licenses from the federal government and exist illegally. They have also been the target of opposition forces seeking to shut them down. One effort to do so was attempted in 2008

, but it was not successful.

Três Pontas

Sentinela FM work Três Pontas language Portuguese Community Radio Liberdade FM - 87.9 MHz ref>

The Pas

on the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. The town hosts the main campus of the University College of the North. Media ;Radio * AM 1240: CJAR, adult contemporary * FM 92.7: CITP-FM (Native Communications), First Nations community radio * FM 93.7: CKSB-3-FM (CKSB (AM)), Première Chaîne (repeats CKSB (CKSB (AM)) Winnipeg) * FM 94.5: CBWJ-FM (CBWK-FM), CBC Radio One (repeats CBWK-FM Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba)) ;Television CBWIT first went on the air

, Manitoba) is a Canadian (Canada) musician, singer and songwriter. - CJAR 1240 AM The Pas Gordon Rawlinson adult contemporary - - CITP-FM 00 92.7 FM The Pas NCI (Native Communications Inc) First Nations community radio - - CKSB-3-FM (CKSB (AM)) 00 93.7 FM The Pas Première Chaîne public

Ribble Valley

College, Whalley *Moorland School *Stonyhurst College Sport *The PESL Futsal Cup, Clitheroe Local radio Community radio Ribble Valley Radio was a community radio station based in Clitheroe, part of the new, third sector of local radio licensed by OFCOM. http: radio '''' The project was launched in September 2004

. Radio station closes due to funding problems A new group, known as Ribble FM, was formed in 2011 with the aim of applying for a community radio licence in the third round of licensing by Ofcom. Ribble FM was set up by The Bee founder Roy Martin and includes local directors and trustees. Neighbouring districts

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