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Decision

Ottawa, 23 September 1992
Decision CRTC 92-715
Seine River Radio Station
Seine River, Ontario - 920250800
Following a Public Hearing in the National Capital Region held on 14 July 1992, the Commission approves the application for a broadcasting licence for an English- and Native-language FM radio programming undertaking at Seine River on the frequency 89.9 MHz (channel 210) with an effective radiated power of 10 watts.
Pursuant to Public Notice CRTC 1990-89 dated 20 September 1990 entitled Native Broadcasting Policy, the Commission will issue a licence for a Type A FM native radio undertaking. This licence will expire on 31 August 1999, and will be subject to the conditions specified in the licence to be issued.
The Commission notes that this undertaking will broadcast 50 hours of programming per week, consisting of 30 hours of local programming and 20 hours received from the Wawatay Native Communications Society radio network. Of the total programming, 60% will be in the Cree and Ojibway languages and 40% will be in English.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General