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CFRC 101.9 FM is 100 Years Old in 2022!

Learn more about how we're celebrating this year and how you can join in the fun!!

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ALUMNI Photo Gallery!!!

Click and visit some blasts from CFRC's past!

 

 

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Radio Queen's University Board of Directors Adopt
New Accessibility and Strategic Plans


Review the new RQU Accessibility 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."

Review the new RQU Strategic Plan 2022-27 HERE

Please email [email protected] for alternative formats.


Happening Now!

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CFRC is seeking Alumni photographs (digital and physical) and memorabilia for everyone to enjoy during this year's centennial celebrations!  If you were a former volunteer or staff member at CFRC and have artifacts you would like to donate or loan contact [email protected] and fill out the online form here

Learn more about what we're looking for here!

Please contact us if you require alternative formats for the survey!

We're very excited to help you share your CFRC memories with your peers near and far!  Reach out today!


 

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CFRC 101.9 FM is so pleased to welcome our esteemed Alumni back to the airwaves this year on our soon-to-launch special series, Centennial Spotlight! 

Whether your near or far, we can bring you back on the airwaves to play your favorite music and share your memories!  

Help us get ready for your return and fill in the short survey here!

Learn more here!


Coming Soon! Mark Your Calendars!

 

Help us prepare for our second century! Donate Now!     

 

CFRC's 2021-22 Special Projects and Community Outreach programming are brought to our community through the generous support of the Community Radio Fund of Canada Radiometres grant program.

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