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Ottawa, 23 January 1986
Decision CRTC 86-21
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Murdochville, Maniwaki, Schefferville, Natashquan, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Sheldrake, Sanmaur and Parent, Quebec - 852014000 - 851547000 - 852009000 - 852143700 - 852120500 - 852010800 - 852011600 - 852015700
Pursuant to Public Notice CRTC 1985-264 dated 11 December 1985, the Commission approves the applications to amend the broadcasting licences for the AM radio stations noted below, by changing the frequencies as follows:
Call sign Authorized frequency/ Proposed frequency indicatif d'appel fréquence autorisée fréquence proposée
CBMJ Murdochville 1400 kHz 750 kHz CBOM Maniwaki 1230 kHz 710 kHz CBSI-2 Schefferville 1230 kHz 760 kHz CBSI-5 Natashquan 1450 kHz 1100 kHz CBSI-7 Havre-Saint-Pierre 1450 kHz 1100 kHz CBSI-9 Sheldrake 1450 kHz 1100 kHz CBFA-3 Sanmaur 1340 kHz 750 kHz CBF-18 Parent 1240 kHz 710 kHz
These frequency changes should avoid possible interference problems with class "C" AM stations that were authorized to increase their night-time power by a factor of four.
In the case of CBMJ Murdochville, CBSI-5 Natashquan, CBSI-7 Havre-Saint-Pierre and CBSI-9 Sheldrake, in accordance with paragraph 22(1)(b) of the Broadcasting Art, the Commission will only issue the licence amendments for these stations, and the authority granted herein may only be implemented, at such time as written notification is received from the Department of Communications that it will issue amendments to the Technical Construction and Operating Certificates.
Fernand Bélisle
Secretary General

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