|City of license||Calgary, Alberta|
|Broadcast area||Calgary and Banff, Alberta|
|Slogan||Great Hits & Real Classic Rock|
|Frequency||107.3 MHz (FM) Calgary; 100.1 MHz FM Banff|
|First air date||April 15, 1982 (as CKIK-FM)|
|ERP||100 kW Calgary; 92 W Banff|
|Sister stations||CHQR, CKRY-FM|
CFGQ was ranked number 7 in the Calgary market according to the fall 2014 PPM data report released by BBM Canada.
|Jeff & Sarah Show||Lex In The City||Tim Morgan||Chris Foord||Zenon West||Cameron Sullivan||Legends of Classic Rock|
|Weekdays 4:59 am – 10 am||Weekdays 10 am – 3 pm||Weekdays 3–7 pm||Evenings and weekends||Weekends 9 am – 3 pm||Thursday and Friday evenings 7 pm – 11:55 pm||9 pm Sundays|
Q107 starts each weekday with Jeff and Sarah in the morning, followed by Lexine Stephen's in middays, Tim Morgan in the afternoon, and Chris Foord in the evening.
The station was launched on April 15, 1982, as CKIK-FM, and first broadcast an adult album rock format. Throughout the 1980s and much of the 1990s, CKIK-FM (known on-air as 107 KIK FM and later as Rock 107) played a variety of rock formats. Early in its history, the station encountered financial difficulties, which were alleviated in 1985, when Harvey Glatt, Ottawa music impresario and founder of CHEZ-FM, acquired a 75% interest in the station, which he held until 1995.
In September 1997, CKIK-FM adopted a CHR format branded as "Power 107".
In January 2002, CKIK-FM evolved to become a hot adult contemporary station known as "The Peak 107.3".
In 2004, CKIK-FM dropped the hot AC format, becoming a classic rock station branded as "Q107". The station's call letters were changed to CFGQ.
In January 2015, CFGQ repositioned from "Calgary's Only Classic Rock" to "Great Hits & Real Classic Rock"
- CFGQ-FM history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CFGQ-FM
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