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Decision CRTC 2001-281


Ottawa, 22 May 2001


CKVU Sub Inc.
Vancouver and Courtenay,
British Columbia


Administrative renewal 

1. 9;

The Commission renews the broadcasting licence for the television programming undertaking CKVU-TV Vancouver and its transmitter at Courtenay, from 1 September 2001 to 31 August 2002, subject to the terms and conditions in effect under the current licence.

2. 9;

The Commission has granted an administrative renewal pending receipt and consideration of an application regarding the sale of CKVU-TV and its rebroadcasting facilities at Courtenay. The decision released today does not dispose of any substantive issue that may exist with respect to the renewal of this licence.


Related CRTC documents

  • Decision 2001-207 - Approval of a request to extend the CanWest Trust in respect of CKVU Sub Inc.
  • Decision 2000-774 - Corporate reorganization: Transfer of the assets of CKVU-TV Vancouver and its retransmitter CKVU-TV-1 Courtenay to CKVU Sub Inc.
  • Decision 2000-221 - Acquisition by CanWest Global Communications Corp., through its wholly-owned subsidiary CW Shareholdings Inc., of the ownership interests held previously by WIC Western International Communications Ltd. in various conventional television stations and in certain other broadcasting undertakings

Secretary General


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