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Decision

Ottawa, 15 August 1990
Decision CRTC 90-745
REVOCATION OF THE LICENCES FOR THE RADIO BROADCASTING TRANSMITTING UNDERTAKINGS IN VARIOUS CITIES ACROSS CANADA ISSUED TO THE CKO RADIO PARTNERSHIP
The CKO Radio Partnership has requested the revocation of its licences for the radio broadcasting transmitting undertakings serving St. John's, Newfoundland (CKO-FM-11), Halifax, Nova Scotia (CKO-FM-9), Saint John, New Brunswick (CKO-FM-10), Pointe-Claire, Quebec (CKO), Toronto (CKO-FM-2), London (CKO-FM-3), Ottawa, Ontario (CKO-FM-1), Winnipeg, Manitoba (CKO-FM-7), Regina, Saskatchewan (CKO-FM-8), Calgary (CKO-FM-5), Edmonton, Alberta (CKO-FM-6) and Vancouver, British Columbia (CKO-FM-4).
Accordingly, in view of the licensee's request and pursuant to paragraphs 6(1)(c) and 15(1)(a) of the Broadcasting Act, the Commission, on the recommendation of the Executive Committee, hereby revokes the licences issued to the CKO Radio Partnership.
Alain-F. Desfossés
Secretary General