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Decision CRTC 2001-209

Ottawa, 3 April 2001

Mr. Terry Babiy - CEO - General Manager
Peace River Broadcasting Corporation Limited
Bag - 300, 9807 - 100 Avenue
Peace River, Alberta
T8S 1T5

Application No.: 2001-0427-4
Subject: Extension of time limit
Location: CKLM-FM Lloydminster, Alberta
Licensee: Peace River Broadcasting Corporation Ltd.

Dear Mr. Babiy:

This is further to your request of 19 March 2001 for an extension of the time limit to implement the FM radio programming undertaking at Lloydminster, Alberta approved in Decision CRTC 2000-93.

Please be advised that the Commission approves your request and hereby grants a three month extension of the time limit to implement the radio programming undertaking (FM) to serve Lloydminster, Alberta until 11 July 2001.

This extension does not of course, relieve you of your responsibility to implement the authority to operate the radio programming undertaking to serve Lloydminster at the earliest possible date.

Should the completion of new installations not be completed within the aforementioned period stipulated in this letter or, should the Commission refuse to approve an extension requested by the licensee, the licence will not be issued.

As stipulated in the approval decision, the authority will only be effective and the licence will only be issued at such time as the construction of the undertaking is completed and it is prepared to commence operation. Consequently, the applicant is required to advise the Commission, in writing, once it has completed construction and is prepared to commence operation of the undertaking, at which time, the Commission will issue the licence.

All letters of approval issued by the Commission are made available for public examination at the Commission's central office and at the Edmonton and Vancouver regional offices. The Commission also requires you to append this letter of approval to the licence of your undertaking.


Ursula Menke
Secretary General

Date Modified: 2001-04-03

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