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Decision CRTC 99-496

  Ottawa, 17 November 1999
  Cameron Bell Consultancy Ltd.
Vancouver, British Columbia – 199908042
  Application processed by Public Notice CRTC 1999-134 dated 16 August 1999
  Change in contours and licence renewal
  1. The Commission approves the application for authority to change the contours of the radio programming undertaking by relocating the transmitter approximately 19 kilometres from the existing site and reducing the effective radiated power to 27 watts. The Commission also renews the licence from 1 December 1999 to 31 December 2000, subject to the conditions specified in this decision and in the licence to be issued.
  2. This English-language FM radio programming undertaking currently provides information on traffic conditions for a 16 kilometre section of the Trans-Canada Highway, presently under construction. The affected area is between the Port Mann Bridge in Coquitlam and the Vancouver/Burnaby border.
  3. The licensee will relocate the transmitter and will provide traffic information related to the rehabilitation of the Lion's Gate Bridge and the Stanley Park causeway. Consistent with Decision CRTC 98-228, by condition of licence, the programming will continue to consist of narratives, interviews and interactive question and answer segments between construction officials and commuters using cell phones. No musical selections will be broadcast, except as incidental background music. It is also a condition of licence that the service broadcast no advertising material.
  4. The licensee indicated that it would surrender the undertaking’s licence, should the frequency 94.5 MHz (channel 233LP) be approved for any other use before 31 December 2000.
  Secretary General
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