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Decision CRTC 2000-206
Ottawa, 16 June 2000

Various applicants
Toronto, Ontario

31 January 2000 Public Hearing
Toronto

Summary

The Commission denies 13 applications, either for licences for new AM or FM undertakings, or for amendments to the licences of existing Toronto, Ajax and Timmins radio stations. Three applications have been approved in Decisions CRTC 2000-203 to 2000-205, published today.

1.

In Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 1999-12, the Commission announced that a Public Hearing would be held in Toronto beginning on 31 January 2000, to consider various applications, among them a total of 19 varied proposals to serve the radio audience of Toronto.

2.

Three of the applications scheduled for consideration at the hearing were withdrawn by the applicants before their proposals were heard, and are listed in the appendix to this decision.

3.

The Commission carefully evaluated each of the applications presented at the Toronto public hearing. As further discussed in Public Notice CRTC 2000-84, the Commission has approved three of the applications considered.

4.

The three applications that have been approved will employ the three proposed frequencies available for use independently in the Toronto area. Each of the remaining applications proposed the use of either one of the frequencies awarded or one that would be technically incompatible with the use of one that was approved. Consequently, all of the remaining applications listed in the appendix to this decision are denied.

Secretary General


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Appendix to Decision CRTC 2000-206

The following applications, originally listed in Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 1999-12, were subsequently withdrawn by the applicants:
St. Sava's Radio Station Inc., OBCI
– 199911681
Roger de Brabant
– 199911384
Erin McNulty
– 199913851
The following applications, originally listed in Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 1999-12, are denied:
Durham Radio Inc.
– 199911665
Durham Radio Inc.
– 199912613
Arnold A. Auguste, OBCI
– 199911772
CKMW Radio Ltd.
– 199911631
Fairchild Radio (Toronto) Ltd.
– 199911756
La Coopérative Radiophonique de Toronto Inc.
– 199911707
Andy McNabb, OBCI
– 199911730
Fairchild Radio (Toronto) Ltd.
– 199911748
Andy McNabb
– 199911722
Radio 1540 Limited
– 199911798
YTV Canada, Inc.
– 199911657
914258 Ontario Limited
– 199911764
1158556 Ontario Ltd.
–199911558