CJLO offers a wide variety of programming that truly encompasses the styles appreciated by all of Concordia's 40,000 students and by a wide range of other communities around Montreal. CJLO also hosts events throughout the city to help promote and support the community and musicians.
CITR-FM, normally branded CiTR (with a lower-case "i"), is a Canadian FM radio station based out of the University of British Columbia's Student Union Building in the University Endowment Lands, just west of the city limits of Vancouver, British Columbia.
CIUT-FM is a campus and community radio station owned and operated by the University of Toronto community. The station broadcasts live and continuously from Toronto on the 89.5 FM frequency. Programming can also be heard nationally via channel 826 on Shaw Direct, and over the Internet.
CJAN-FM is a Canadian radio station, which airs at 99.3 FM in Asbestos, Quebec. The station, branded as FM 99.3, is a commercial broadcasting radio with local talk and variety music programming. CJAN originally began broadcasting on the AM dial in 1972, until it moved to its current FM frequency in 2002.
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