CHAP-AM

CHAP-AM, Longlac

Left the air

StationYearFreq.PowerOwner/Info
CHAP-AM
1977
1450
40
Kenomadiwin Inc. - CHAP left the air
CHAP-AM
1970
1450
40
Kenomadiwin Inc
1970

On December 15, Kenomadiwin Inc. was granted two-year experimental licences to operate on 1450 kHz with power of 40 watts at Lake Helen, Pays Platt, MacDiarmid, Longlac, Aroland and Gull Bay.

 

Undated

The stations began broadcasting: CHAS Aroland, CHOP Gull Bay, CHEW Lake Helen, CHAP Longlac, CHIP MacDiarmid, CHOX Pays Platt.

 

1974

On December 12, the licences for CHAP, CHEW, CHIP, CHOP, CHAS and CHOX were renewed but the station would discontinue the use of its mobile studio and establish permanent studios at Longlac.

 

1978

CHAP's licence was renewed for one year to permit resumption of service. The station had been off the air since May of 1977. Despite the renewal, CHAP never returned to the air.

 

This website has now been archived, as of August 1st 2022, and no further information is being added beyond the last dates show in each section. Newer information will no doubt be available elsewhere on the Internet, and a list of some of the possible sources (as at August 1st 2022) is available here.

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