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Want to start your own radio show at CFRC?  Spring Training commences in March 2023 for Summer 2023 program launches!  Starting in March, new recruits will participate in station orientation and a series of live studio and recording studio one on one and small group workshops with CFRC staff and current on air volunteers!  Space is limited! Sign up HERE to reserve your spot!






CFRC 12 Days of Christmas Pick-a-Prize
Fundraising Contest!

Donate ANY amount to CFRC via PayPal on CFRC.ca and get a free CFRC Centennial toque and also enter to win an additional prize YOU get to pick!  Select from available gifts from BeaverTails Kingston,  The Screening Room, Tara Natural Foods, Maverick's Donuts, Salti Yoga, What'll I Wear, Minotaur Games & Gifts, Kingston Writers Fest, Martello Alley, and Namaste Kingston!

How it works: Donate TODAY and enter our daily draw!  Daily winners will be contacted by email and will get to select from available prizes from the wonderful local businesses above!

   Donate Today! Reap the holiday benefits tomorrow through December 25th!

What a great way to support your station, local businesses, and even pick up a few holiday presents and stocking stuffers!!!


CFRC has a new Accessibility Plan! Review the new Plan HERE

Radio Queen's University has made the following attestation to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission dated May 28th 2022: "Class B4: a regulated entity referred to in paragraph 7(1)(e) or (f) of the Accessible Canada Act that carries on a broadcasting undertaking and that has fewer than 10 employees." Please email [email protected] for alternative formats.

CFRC has a new Strategic Plan! Review the new 2022-27 Plan HERE

Please email [email protected] for alternative formats.

CFRC has collected some lovely digital photos throughout 2022 for our Centennial Celebrations! See them here!


CFRC News Programming is made possible through the Local Journalism Initiative funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage and admistered through the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

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