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Decision CRTC 2001-150


Ottawa, 28 February 2001


Radio CFXU Club
Antigonish (St. Francis Xavier University), Nova Scotia 2000-1371-4


Application processed by Public Notices CRTC 2000-112 dated 4 August 2000 and CRTC 2000-112-1 dated 29 September 2000


Licence renewal for CFXU

1. 9;

The Commission renews the licence for CFXU Antigonish, a student carrier current radio programming undertaking serving the campus and adjacent residences of St. Francis Xavier University, from 1 March 2001 to 31 August 2007, subject to conditions specified in this decision and in the licence to be issued.

2. 9;

The licensee has proposed to devote 92 hours per week to English-language programming and 2 hours to French-language programming.

3. 9;

The renewal of this licence follows the new Campus radio policy, set out in Public Notice CRTC 2000-12 dated 28 January 2000. In that notice, the Commission stated that "licensed carrier current stations will continue to be subject to the applicable regulatory requirements. The Commission will also require the licensees of such stations to adhere to the same advertising restrictions that apply to campus stations."

4. 9;

Therefore, it is a condition of licence that the licensee broadcast, during each broadcast week, no more than 504 minutes of advertising (content category 5), with a maximum of 4 minutes in any hour of the broadcast week.

5. 9;

The Commission notes that, at the time the renewal application was filed, the station's board of directors complied with the new policy. The Commission expects the licensee to submit any relevant information concerning newly-elected representatives, specifying which group each board member represents, no later than 30 June 2001.

6. 9;

The Commission reminds the licensee that, in accordance with the requirements of the Direction to the CRTC (Eligible Canadian Corporations), the chairman or other presiding officer and each of the directors or other similar officers of the licensee must be Canadian citizens.


Related CRTC documents

  • Public Notice 2000-156 - New licence form for campus radio stations
  • Public Notice 2000-93 - Regulatory amendments to implement certain aspects of the revised policies for campus and community radio, and incorporate revised content categories for radio
  • Public Notice 2000-44 - Call for comments - Proposed regulatory amendments for the purpose of implementing certain aspects of the revised policies for campus radio and community radio, and incorporating revised content categories for radio
  • Public Notice 2000-14 - Revised content categories and subcategories for radio
  • Public Notice 2000-12 - Campus radio policy

Secretary General


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