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Ottawa, 30 August 1999
Decision CRTC 99-374
Radio Miracadie inc.
Newcastle (Miramichi), New Brunswick - 199902888
Application processed by
Public Notice CRTC 1999-100
dated 21 June 1999
Licence renewal for the "Festival d'été"
1.  The Commission renews the broadcasting licence for the French-language FM community radio programming undertaking VF7002 Newcastle (the originating station) and its temporary transmitters at Rogersville, Baie Ste-Anne and Neguac. This undertaking broadcasts the "Festival d'été" (formerly "Festival d'automne").
2.  This licence will be in effect only for the duration of the event, with an expiry date of 31 August 2002. During the term of this licence, the Commission expects the licensee to submit to it each year, three months in advance, the exact date of the festival.
3.  The licence will be subject to the conditions specified in this decision and in the licence to be issued. By condition of licence, the licensee must:
·  broadcast no more than 6 minutes of advertising in any hour of broadcast, and broadcast no more than an average of 4 minutes of advertising for every hour of broadcast up to a total of 504 minutes of advertising per week, in accordance with the community radio policy for Type B stations; and
·  broadcast exclusively community programming that respects all the requirements set out in Public Notice CRTC 1992-38.
4.  Section 22 of the Broadcasting Act states that the Commission may not renew a licence unless the Department of Industry has certified that the licensee has been or will be issued a broadcasting certificate. Accordingly, this renewal is subject to the issuance of technical certification by the Department of Industry, each year.
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