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CARE Radio Broadcasting Association Fort Vermilion, Alberta and
Charlie Lake, British Columbia
Application 2007-0389-4, received 7 March 2007
Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2007-32
30 March 2007
CIAM-FM Fort Vermilion - New transmitter at Charlie Lake
The Commission approves the application by CARE Radio Broadcasting Association to amend the broadcasting licence for the English-language Type B community radio programming undertaking CIAM-FM Fort Vermilion, Alberta in order to operate a transmitter at Charlie Lake, British Columbia.
The new transmitter will operate at 92.5 MHz (channel 223LP) with an effective radiated power of 15 watts.
The Commission received four interventions in support of this application.
The Department of Industry (the Department) has advised the Commission that, while this application is conditionally technically acceptable, it will only issue a broadcasting certificate when it has determined that the proposed technical parameters will not create any unacceptable interference with aeronautical NAV/COM services.
The Commission reminds the licensee that, pursuant to section 22(1) of the Broadcasting Act, this authority will only be effective when the Department notifies the Commission that its technical requirements have been met, and that a broadcasting certificate will be issued.
Given that the technical parameters approved in this decision are for a low-power unprotected FM service, the Commission also reminds the licensee that it will have to select another channel if the Department so requires.
The transmitter must be operational at the earliest possible date and in any event no later than 24 months from the date of this decision, unless a request for an extension of time is approved by the Commission before 24 May 2009. In order to ensure that such a request is processed in a timely manner, it should be submitted in writing at least 60 days before that date.
This decision is to be appended to the licence. It is available in alternative format upon request and may also be examined in PDF format or in HTML at the following Internet site: www.crtc.gc.ca