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Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2002-144

Ottawa, 31 May 2002

Swift Current Telecasting Co. Ltd.
Swift Current, Eastend, Riverhurst and Val Marie, Saskatchewan

CJFB-TV Swift Current - Revocation of licence


Swift Current Telecasting Co. Ltd. has informed the Commission that, as of 31 May 2002, it will cease operation of the television programming undertaking consisting of CJFB-TV Swift Current and its transmitters CJFB-TV-1 Eastend, CJFB-TV-3 Riverhurst and CJFB-TV-2 Val Marie.


Pursuant to sections 9(1)(e) and 24(1) of the Broadcasting Act, the Commission revokes the licence issued to Swift Current Telecasting Co. Ltd. for the above-mentioned undertaking, as of 31 May 2002.


CJFB-TV and its transmitters provided the English-language television network service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to residents of the communities noted above. In CBKT Regina - Transmitters at Riverhurst and Swift Current, Decision CRTC 2002-145, also released today, the Commission has authorized the CBC to add transmitters at Swift Current and Riverhurst in order to maintain its service in these communities and surrounding areas.

Secretary General

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