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Ottawa, 2 July 1996
Decision CRTC 96-267
Village of Haines Junction
Haines Junction, Yukon Territory- 952002400
Acquisition of assets
Following a Public Hearing in the National Capital Region held on 5 June 1996, the Commission approves the application for authority to acquire the assets of the radiocommunication distribution undertaking serving Haines Junction, from Janice Netherton, and for a broadcasting licence to continue the operation of this undertaking.
The Commission will issue a licence to the Village of Haines Junction, expiring 31 August 1998, (the current expiry date) upon surrender of the current licence. The licence will be subject to the same conditions as those in effect under the current licence, as well as to any other condition specified in the licence to be issued.
Based on the evidence filed with the application, the Commission is of the view that approval of this application is in the public interest.
This undertaking distributes, in non-encrypted mode, the programming services of CHAN-TV (CTV) Vancouver, CITV-TV (IND) Edmonton, CBC Northern Television Service, on channels 9,11 and 13 respectively, with a respective transmitter power of 15, 8 and 10 watts.
This undertaking also distributes CFWH Whitehorse, on the frequency 106.1 MHz, channel 219B, with an effective radiated power of 814 watts.
In Public Notice CRTC 1992-59, the Commission announced implementation of its employment equity policy. It advised licensees that, at the time of licence renewal or upon considering applications for authority to transfer ownership or control, it would review with applicants their practices and plans to ensure equitable employment. In keeping with the Commission's policy, it encourages the licensee to consider employment equity issues in its hiring practices and in all other aspects of its management of human resources.
This decision is to be appended to the licence.
Allan J. Darling
Secretary General

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