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Fort Frances

County '''CFOB-FM''', branded as '''The Border''', is a Canadian (Canada) radio station, broadcasting at 93.1 FM (FM radio) in Fort Frances, Ontario. The station airs a hot adult contemporary Classic Hits format. city-served location Fort Frances, Ontario elevation-f 1,123 '''Fort Frances Municipal Airport''', northwest of Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. city-served


Steinbach, Manitoba

;br Winnipeg, Manitoba branding Mix 96 '''CILT-FM''' (96.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "Mix 96") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary classic hits format, similar to CKNO-FM in Edmonton. Licensed to Steinbach, Manitoba, it serves southeastern Manitoba, even to Winnipeg. It first began broadcasting in 1998 (1998 in radio) with an adult contemporary format as Lite 96.7.


Christchurch

in international films and art house productions. The Rialto also hosted the majority of the city's various film festivals and was home to the local film society. The Rialto was closed following the February 2011 earthquake. The Christchurch Arts Centre includes two art house cinemas, Cloisters and The Academy, screening a wide selection of contemporary, classic and foreign language films. The Canterbury Film Society is active in the city. Canterbury


Canada

to single sculling boats for the Vancouver Rowing Club’s boathouse, without moorage, and found that at low tide they rested precariously on the mud flats. During the ensuing year, they nearly starved. '''CFOB-FM''', branded as '''The Border''', is a Canadian (Canada) radio station, broadcasting at 93.1 FM (FM radio) in Fort Frances, Ontario. The station airs a hot adult contemporary Classic Hits format. , AXcess News is preparing to join both the Canada


United States

, Turkey, Morocco, Belgium and Israel. '''CILT-FM''' (96.7 FM (FM broadcasting), "Mix 96") is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary classic hits format, similar to CKNO-FM in Edmonton. Licensed to Steinbach, Manitoba, it serves southeastern Manitoba, even to Winnipeg. It first began broadcasting in 1998 (1998 in radio) with an adult contemporary format as Lite 96.7.


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