CKFU-FM

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CKFU-FM
City of license Fort St. John, British Columbia
Branding 100.1 Moose FM
Slogan Energetic country!
Frequency 100.1 MHz
First air date September 1, 2003
Format Country
Callsign meaning an anagram of the infamous "F-word"
Owner Russ Beering and Adam Reaburn
Website 100.1 Moose FM

CKFU-FM, branded as 100.1 Moose FM, is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting in Fort St. John, British Columbia. The station is one of the few commercial low power FM (LPFM) stations operating in Canada.

The station originally played a classic hits format, from the launch of the station in 2003 until March 12, 2009, when the station flipped to country. 100.1 Moose FM is the exclusive broadcaster for the Fort St. John Huskies hockey team and the Fort St. John Senior Flyers hockey club.

Russ Wagg, on behalf of a corporation to be incorporated (669375 B. C. Ltd.) received approval by the CRTC on February 12, 2003 and was launched on September 1 that same year.[1]

The station also broadcasts online, and is listened to around the world.

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Coordinates: 56°16′36″N 120°53′51″W / 56.27667°N 120.89750°W / 56.27667; -120.89750