|City of license||Saint-Jérôme, Quebec|
Montreal (northern suburbs & city's north end)
|Branding||CIME 103,9 et 101,3|
|Slogan||Tout pour être heureux|
|Frequency||103.9 MHz (FM)|
|Repeaters||CIME-FM-1 102.9 MHz, Val-Morin
CIME-FM-2 101.3 MHz, Mont-Tremblant
|First air date||March 25, 1977|
|Format||hot adult contemporary (French)|
|ERP||11,700 watts (average)
39,300 watts (peak)
|Callsign meaning||CIME = French word for mountain peak|
(Diffusion Métromédia CMR Inc.)
Owned and operated by Cogeco, it broadcasts on 103.9 MHz using a directional antenna with an average effective radiated power of 11,700 watts and a peak effective radiated power of 39,300 watts (class C1).
The station also operates two rebroadcasters : a low-power one (CIME-FM-1) in Val-Morin, on 102.9 MHz using a directional antenna with an average effective radiated power of 4 watts and a peak effective radiated power of 14 watts (class LP), and a stronger one (CIME-FM-2) in Mont-Tremblant, on 101.3 MHz with an effective radiated power of 800 watts (class B) using an omnidirectional antenna.
CIME-FM opened on March 25, 1977. It was originally located in Sainte-Adèle, about 70 kilometres north of Montreal, and had a 50,000 watts omnidirectional signal on 99.5 MHz. The station moved to Saint-Jérôme in mid-1998, at the same time that it moved to 103.9 MHz and inaugurated its 101.3 MHz relay (the smaller 102.9 MHz one was operational since the beginning). These changes in frequencies were a result of a deal to allow the 99.5 MHz to be used in Montreal for the new CJPX-FM.
The station is especially famous or infamous (depending on the point of view) for its now-discontinued practices of airing subliminal messages intended to induce relaxation at night  and using a system of audio tones as a mosquito repellent. 
- CIME (official website)
- Decision CRTC 85-597
- Decision CRTC 86-435
- Decision CRTC 97-292
- CIME-FM history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CIME-FM