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Re: Can any of you explain this?

I believe CKLM was licensed to Laval, rather than Pointe-Claire. It was
CFOX that was licensed to Pointe-Claire.
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> From: Dan Strassberg <dan.strassberg@worldnet.att.net>
> To: KEVIN VAHEY <fenway@zip1.ziplink.net>;
> Subject: Re: Can any of you explain this?
> Date: Saturday, May 10, 1997 12:23 PM
> At 02:04 PM 5/10/97 +0000, you wrote:
> >Dan
> >  By chance would you have anything in your records to indicate what
> >happened to CFOX 1470 Pointe-Claire Quebec (Montreal). At one time it
> >a major player there and I went by their xmtr site last week in
> >Chateauquay and it is still there. Thanks
> >
> I've asked the same question a couple of times. As far as I know, CFOX
> been gone for a minimum of two years, and I think longer. For one thing,
> Canadian stations have been fleeing the AM band in droves--and at an
> accelerating pace. Most have gotten FM allocations. That might be what
> happened to CFOX. As you probably know, CKLM (1570) is gone in Montreal
> was Pointe Claire). The CBC has applied to move both CBM and CBL (two of
> best AM facilities in Canada--both 50 kW-U ND) to FM. I don't know
> the CBC has filed a similar application for CBF.
> And CFOX broadcast in English. With the departure of most of the
> population from Montreal, it would be no surprise if CFOX threw in the
> towel. BTW, although CFOX was 10 kW-U and in its heyday in the 60s was
> top 40 station in Montreal, I recall that it had a pretty awful signal in
> Montreal. Wasn't the TX a _long_ way south of the city?
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