|City of license||Niagara Falls, Ontario|
|Broadcast area||Niagara Region|
|Branding||2Day FM 105.1/101.1|
|Slogan||Hit Music Now|
|Frequency||105.1 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||1992|
|Format||Contemporary hit radio|
|Callsign meaning||CJED (former name ED FM)|
|Former callsigns||CFLZ-FM (1992-2011)|
|Website||2day FM Website|
1992–2011: Early years
The station was originally launched in 1992 by Keith Dancy, the owner of AM radio station CJRN, as a tourist information station broadcasting at 91.9 FM with an effective radiated power of just 8 watts. The station operated under a series of short-term special events licenses, each initially covering either the summer tourist season or Niagara Falls' annual Winter Festival of Lights. The station's short-term licenses were granted as follows: May 29 - October 31, 1992, November 25, 1992 - January 17, 1993, May 3 - October 31, 1993, December 23, 1993 - January 31, 1995, April 7, 1995 - January 31, 1996, June 17, 1996 - January 31, 1997 and January 30, 1997 - August 31, 1998.
In 1998, the station moved to its current frequency after the adjacent 91.7 was awarded to CHOW-FM in Welland. Later that year, the station was granted its first long-term license, covering the period from 1998 to 2005.
In 2001, CFLZ and CJRN exchanged formats. CJRN took over the tourist information programming, and CFLZ adopted CJRN's music programming. The following year, CFLZ flipped formats with CKEY-FM, adopting its current adult contemporary format as CKEY, which is closer to the Buffalo market, became an urban CHR station.
2011–2013: 105.1 ED FM
On August 24, 2011, Haliburton dropped the hot adult contemporary format, and "The River" ended with Take Me To The River by Talking Heads. This was the same song that signed on The River branding when it was on CKEY-FM. The station then stunted with two hours of Christmas music. After this, CFLZ adopted a variety hits format as 105.1 ED FM, meaning the station will continue to have competition up against CHRE-FM. In late 2011, the station adopted its current CJED-FM call letters. Sister station CKEY-FM was replaced with CFLZ-FM.
On April 23, 2012, Vista Broadcast Group, which owns a number of radio stations in western Canada, announced a deal to acquire Haliburton Broadcasting, in cooperation with Westerkirk Capital. The transaction was approved by the CRTC on October 19, 2012.
2013–present: 2Day FM
On September 19, 2013, CJED dropped its adult hits format and branding and began stunting with Christmas music. The next day, at Noon, 105.1 flipped to CHR, branded as 2Day FM 105.1/101.1 and began simulcasting on CFLZ-FM. The first song on "2Day FM" was Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines. The reason for the simulcast was because CJED serves the areas closer to St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, while CFLZ is primarily directed towards Fort Erie and Buffalo.
- CRTC Decision 92-326
- CRTC Decision 92-790
- CRTC Decision 93-128
- CRTC Decision 93-758
- CRTC Decision 95-135
- CRTC Decision 96-230
- CRTC Decision 97-35
- Decision CRTC 98-198
- CRTC Decision 98-534
- Decision CRTC 2001-620 CJRN and CFLZ-FM trade formats, CRTC, October 2, 2001
- Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2004-203
- Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2006-288
- New radio station owner thrilled with Niagara market Niagara Falls Review, 2010
- Two Niagara Falls radio stations sold, Niagara Falls Review, 2010
- Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-188-3 CRTC, April 13, 2011
- Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-364
- "Westerkirk Capital Acquires Vista and Haliburton Broadcast Groups". Broadcaster, April 26, 2012.
- Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2012-577 Various radio programming undertakings – Acquisition of assets, CRTC, October 19, 2012
- 2dayFM 105.1/101.1 Website
- CFLZ history at Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CFLZ-FM
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJED-FM