|City||Rankin Inlet, Nunavut|
|Branding||CBC Radio One
|Frequency||105.1 MHz (FM)|
|HAAT||36.5 meters (120 ft)|
|Callsign meaning||CBC Q Rankin Inlet|
|Owner||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
The station dates back to 1971 when it began broadcasting as CBQR on the AM frequency of 1110 kHz. In 1973, CBQR moved from 1110 kHz to 1160 kHz and remained on that frequency until it moved to its current FM frequency at 105.1 MHz in 1987. 
CBQR-FM carries the Nunavut regional radio service of CBC North, much of which originates at CFFB Iqaluit. The afternoon program Tusaajaksat, which focuses on the Kivalliq region, originates from CBQR. Some of the CBC North regional programs air in both English and Inuktitut, others are only in Inuktitut.
The station also differs significantly from the main CBC Radio One schedule. Qulliq airs until 9 a.m. Central Time, and is followed by abbreviated broadcasts of The Current and q. In the afternoons, programming in Inuktitut, including Tausunni from Iqaluit and Tuttavik from the CBC North bureau in Kuujjuaq, Quebec, air in place of the national network programs.
Subsequently, in the evenings, the Inuktitut cultural magazines Ullumi Tusaqsauqaujut and Sinnaksautit air at 9 and 9:30 p.m. Central Time respectively; the CBC Radio One network schedule continues at 10 p.m.
|City of license||Identifier||Frequency||Power||Class||RECNet|
|Gjoa Haven||CBIA||640 AM||40 watts||LP||Query|
- CBC North
- CBQR history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Decision CRTC 87-230
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CBQR-FM
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