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CFAQ Free 100.3 FM Radio Station

CFAQ Free 100.3 is a Christian radio station that broadcasts from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Industry Canada and the CRTC gave Robert Orr approval for the 36 watt station with the call letters CFAQ (Christ Frequently Asked Questions). The station is located on a tower just East of Saskatoon in the town of Blucher. They are playing Christian music 24/7.



Contact CFAQ Free 100.3 FM Radio Station

Robert Orr, Manager
CFAQ 100.3 FM Radio Station
2127 St Andrews Ave.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7M 0M2 


Phone: 306-290-7222

http://www.saskatoonchristianradio.com


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CRTC Information for CFAQ Free 100.3 FM Radio Station

Application No. 2004-0598-7 (ZIP file)


Broadcasting Notice of Public Hearing CRTC 2005-3 for Blucher, Saskatchewan Application No. 2004-0598-7


Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2005-402
August 12, 2005
The Commission approves the application by Robert Orr, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, for a broadcasting licence to operate a specialty English-language commercial FM radio station in Blucher, Saskatchewan. The station will broadcast Christian music. The applicant proposed to operate the station at 94.1 MHz (channel 231LP) with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 36 watts.


CFAQ Free 100.3 FM Radio Station went on the air on April 15, 2006