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Decision CRTC 2001-724

Ottawa, 28 November 2001

Ms. Lanny Morry
Director, Regulatory Affairs
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
250 Lanark Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
K1Z 6R5

Dear Ms. Morry:

RE: APPROVAL -- Application No.: (2001-1165-9)
CBUE-FM Hope, British Columbia
Decrease in power & relocation of transmitter site.

Dear Ms. Morry:

This refers to your application, dated 17 October 2001, to amend the radio programming undertaking licence for CBU Vancouver, British Columbia by decreasing the effective radiated power, from 136 to 105 watts, of the transmitter CBUE-FM Hope, British Columbia.

The applicant also proposes to relocate the transmitter site approximately 30 metres west from the presently authorized site. This results from the co-location of CBUE-FM antenna to the CKIS-FM transmit antenna system.

The Commission has reviewed the application and hereby approves the decrease in power and the relocation of the transmitter resulting from the aforementioned proposal.

This approval is conditional upon receiving within six (6) months of the date of this decision, a written notice from Industry Canada, that it is prepared to amend your Broadcasting Certificate in accordance with your application.

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

Yours sincerely,

Ursula Menke

Secretary General

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