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City of license Iqaluit, Nunavut
Frequency 107.3 MHz (FM)
First air date 1994
Format community radio
ERP 27 W
Class LP
Transmitter coordinates 63°44′21″N 68°33′21″W / 63.73917°N 68.55583°W / 63.73917; -68.55583 (CFRT-FM)Coordinates: 63°44′21″N 68°33′21″W / 63.73917°N 68.55583°W / 63.73917; -68.55583 (CFRT-FM)
Owner Association des Francophones de Nunavut
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CFRT-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 107.3 FM in Iqaluit, Nunavut. A community radio station for the city's francophone community, the station broadcasts a mix of original programming and programs syndicated from other radio networks in Canada, including Radio-Canada's Première and Ici Musique services, plus other affiliates of Le Réseau francophone d'Amérique, as well as the commercial networks Max Trax, Galaxie and Rouge FM.

The station was first licensed by the CRTC in 1993, and signed on in 1994.[1]


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