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Decision CRTC 2001-157

 

Ottawa, 2 March 2001

 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Shelburne, Ontario 1999-0722-6

 

Application processed by Public Notice
CRTC 2001-6 dated 11 January 2001

 

Addition of a transmitter of CBLA-FM Toronto at Shelburne

1. 9;

The Commission approves the application to amend the broadcasting licence for the radio programming undertaking CBLA-FM Toronto (the originating station), by authorizing the licensee to add a transmitter at Shelburne. The transmitter will offer the CBC's Radio One service.

2. 9;

As proposed, the new FM transmitter will operate on frequency 102.5 MHz, channel 273A, with an effective radiated power of 2,600 watts.

3. 9;

The authority will be effective and the licence will be amended only at such time as:

 

· the licensee confirms in writing that it is ready to begin operation of the transmitter. This must take place within 12 months of today's date. Any request for an extension to that deadline requires Commission approval and must be made in writing within that period.

 

· the Department of Industry, having advised that the application is conditionally technically acceptable, has determined that there is no unacceptable interference with NAV/COM services and indicated that it will issue a broadcasting certificate (section 22(1) of the Broadcasting Act).

 

Secretary General

 

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