CKBG-FM , Blue Garage Classic Mix, Middle Musquodoboit

Paul Blackmore

Paul Blackmore

On March 10, the CRTC approved the application by Paul Blackmore for a broadcasting licence to operate an English-language, low-power FM commercial radio programming undertaking in Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia. The station would offer a music format consisting of a mix of rock, classic rock, oldies and country music. The local programming would include news and sports. At least 50% of news would be local news from areas surrounding Middle Musquodoboit as well as from the rest of Nova Scotia. The licence would expire August 31, 2016. The new station would operate at 107.3 MHz (channel 297LP) with an effective radiated power of 50 watts.


CKBG-FM was testing on the air in November.


CKBG-FM "Blue Garage Classic Mix" signed on the air, playing a Bluegrass Classic Mix. CKBG also offered a mix of rock, classic rock, oldies and country music.

Paul Blackmore requested the revocation of its broadcasting licence for the English-language, low-power commercial radio programming undertaking CKBG-FM Middle Musquodoboit. The licensee stated that the undertaking was no longer in operation due to economic reasons. The licence was revoked on September 17.


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