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Ottawa, 30 June 1989
Decision CRTC 89-422
Carleton-Victoria Broadcasting Co. Ltd.
Plaster Rock and Perth/Andover, New Brunswick - 882398100 - 882397300
Following a Public Hearing in Moncton on 10 April 1989, the Commission approves the applications for licences for English-language AM radio broadcasting transmitting undertakings at Plaster Rock and at Perth/Andover on the frequencies 990 kHz and 1140 kHz, respectively, each with a transmitter power of 40 watts, to rebroadcast the programs of CJCJ Woodstock, New Brunswick.
The Commission will issue licences expiring 31 August 1991, subject to the conditions specified in this decision and in the licences to be issued. This term will enable the Commission to consider the renewal of these licences at the same time as that of the originating station CJCJ Woodstock.
The Commission notes that approval of these applications will result in expanded program choice for the community of Plaster Rock and improved quality of the CJCJ signal in Perth/ Andover.
It is a condition of each licence that construction of these undertakings be completed and that they be in operation within twelve months of the date of this decision or, where the applicant applies to the Commission within this period and satisfies the Commission that it cannot complete implementation before the expiry of this twelve-month period and that an extension of this period is in the public interest, within such further period of time as is approved in writing by the Commission.
Fernand Bélisle
Secretary General

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