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Decision

Ottawa, 13 September 1988
Decision CRTC 88-623
La Coopérative de télévision communautaire de Fermont
Fermont, Quebec -874027600
Following a Public Hearing in Trois-Rivières on 5 July 1988, the Commission approves the application for a licence for a French-language FM radio broadcasting transmitting undertaking at Fermont on the frequency 98.1 MHz, channel 251, with a transmitter power of 25 watts to rebroadcast the programs of CKAC Montreal, received via satellite from the CANCOM network.
The Commission will issue a licence to La Coopérative de télévision communautaire de Fermont, expiring 31 August 1993, to carry on a broadcasting transmitting undertaking, subject to the conditions specified in this decision and in the licence to be issued.
The Commission notes that the applicant proposes to operate the station at 25 watts, rather than the 50-watt level indicated by the Commission in CRTC Notice of Public Hearing 1988-37 dated 6 May 1988.
It is a condition of this licence that construction of this undertaking be completed and that it be in operation within twelve months of the date of this decision or, where the applicant applies to the Commission within this period and satisfies the Commission that it cannot complete implementation before the expiry of this twelve-month period and that an extension of this period is in the public interest, within such further period of time as is approved in writing by the Commission.
Fernand Bélisle
Secretary General