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Decision CRTC 2001-428

Ottawa, 27 July 2001

Conestoga College Communications Corporation
Kitchener/Paris, Ontario 2001-0081-8

Application processed by Public Notice CRTC 2001-45 dated 20 April 2001

Licence renewal for CJIQ-FM


The Commission renews the licence for the instructional campus radio programming undertaking CJIQ-FM Kitchener/Paris, from 1 September 2001 to 31 August 2008, subject to conditions specified in the licence to be issued, as also set out in Public Notice CRTC 2000-156.


The renewal of this licence follows the new Campus radio policy. Among other things, the Commission has removed the requirement to submit a Promise of Performance, revised its expectation related to the structure and continuity of the board of directors and removed stipulations regarding the use of "restricted" advertising, in accordance with the new policy (Public Notice CRTC 2000-12).


The licensee has proposed to devote 2 hours per week to third-language programming (directed to 2 ethnic groups in 2 different languages). This is consistent with the significant role played by campus stations in serving the needs of the minority communities resident within their service areas.


The licensee has also committed to meet the new regulatory requirements with respect to the percentage of Canadian musical selections from category 2 (35%) and category 3 (12%) that community and campus radio stations must broadcast each broadcast week.


The Commission expects the licensee to implement the initiatives set out in its plan for Canadian talent development and to give effect to the measures designed to encourage the participation of volunteers.


The Commission considers that campus radio stations should be particularly sensitive to employment equity issues in order to reflect fully the communities they serve. It encourages the licensee to consider these issues in its hiring practices and in all other aspects of its management of human resources (Public Notice CRTC 1992-59).

Related CRTC documents

. Public Notice CRTC 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 2000-14 - Revised content categories and subcategories for radio

. Public Notice 2000-12 - Campus radio policy

Secretary General

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Date Modified: 2001-07-27

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