In 2007, CIY368 moved from 105.5 FM to 104.7 FM.
CIY368 was a call sign of one of the many CRTC exempt undertakings that was operated by Joel Lagace prior to the latest long term CRTC approved undertaking, In Iroquois Falls.
On March 10, 2010, an application by Joel Lagacé, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated, for a broadcasting licence to operate an English-language Type B community FM radio programming undertaking in Iroquois Falls. The applicant proposes a mixed music/pop, rock and dance music format. The application received approval by the CRTC on July 21, 2010.
Undated, the station was known as Cruise FM.
Closure of CJFL-FM
On July 18, 2014, a message on the radio as follows as a loop with Songs "Over my shoulder by Mike and the mechanics","Bastille - Pompeii" and "Celine Dion - A New Day".
CJFL 104.7 FM Iroquois Falls Ends it's Run With Pride.
Attention all, As of July 21, this will be the last weekend that none profit community station CJFL-FM Iroquois Falls will be on air. Because of the decline in the Iroquois Falls market we just don't have enough to keep the station on air. I thank all of our great supporters in getting the application and helping us out throughout these great years of success. I Joel Lagace am honored that this community and the CRTC believed in me for this undertaking. It was very good experience, I enjoyed working with the community with something I know and like. But now I must also take this time to move on in my life and take these lessons learned and keep growing in the field of broadcasting. CJFL-FM March 2005 - July 2014. 
- official website "104.7 The Variety Station".
- CJFL-FM History - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CJFL-FM
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