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Decision

Ottawa, 31 March 1994
Decision CRTC 94-120
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Aklavik, Cambridge Bay, Coppermine, Fort Franklin, Fort Good Hope, Fort McPherson, Fort Norman, Norman Wells, Northwest Territories - 932217300 - 930690300
Licence amendments for CHAK
Pursuant to Public Notice CRTC 1994-11 dated 11 February 1994, the Commission approves the application to amend the broadcasting licence for the radio programming undertaking CHAK Inuvik (the originating station), by adding to the licence the transmitters noted below:
CBAK Aklavik
CBDW Norman Wells
CBQE Fort Good Hope
CBQI Fort Norman
CBQM Fort McPherson
CBQO Deline (formerly/
anciennement Fort Franklin)
CBIN-FM Cambridge Bay
CBIO-FM Coppermine
This amendment will bring CHAK's licence into conformity with the Broadcasting Act and with Public Notice CRTC 1991-63 entitled "New Broadcasting Act - Amendments to Classes of Licence".
Upon approval of this application, the CBC will surrender the separate licences currently issued for each of the above-noted transmitters which provide the programming of CHAK.
The Commission also approves the application to amend the broadcasting licence of CHAK, by changing the frequency of its transmitter CBQM Fort McPherson, from 680 kHz to 690 kHz.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General