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Ottawa, 17 August 2011

Christian Channel Inc.
Winnipeg, Manitoba

CIIT-DT Winnipeg – Administrative renewal

1.      The Commission renews the broadcasting licence for the television programming undertaking CIIT-DT Winnipeg, Manitoba from 1 September 2011 to 31 August 2013 subject to the terms and conditions in effect under the current licence.

2.      This decision does not dispose of any substantive issues that may exist with respect to the renewal of this licence. The Commission will consider the renewal of this licence at a later date, and interested parties will have an opportunity to comment at the appropriate time.

3.      Pursuant to Broadcasting Regulatory Policy 2010-167, the Commission is not renewing authorizations for full-power analog transmitters operating in the mandatory markets or on channels 52 to 69 outside the mandatory markets beyond 31 August 2011.  Accordingly, the Commission imposes the following condition of licence on CIIT-DT:

Unless otherwise authorized by the Commission, the licensee shall not transmit analog television signals after 31 August 2011 in mandatory markets designated as such by the Commission in Over-the-air television service in Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Iqaluit, Broadcasting Regulatory Policy CRTC 2011-184, 14 March 2011, or transmit television signals on channels 52 to 69.

5.      The Commission also notes that pursuant to Broadcasting Regulatory Policy 2010-69, the Commission is not renewing authorizations for the transitional digital transmitters that might be included in this licence beyond 31 August 2011.

Secretary General

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*This decision is to be appended to the licence.

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