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106.7 The Drive Logo.png
City Red Deer, Alberta
Broadcast area Central Alberta
Branding 106.7 The Drive
Slogan The Rock Station
Frequency 106.7 (MHz) (FM)
First air date 2005
Format Active rock
Language(s) English
ERP 51,000 watts Vertical
100,000 watts Horizontal
HAAT 224.1 meters (735 ft)
Class C1
Transmitter coordinates 52°14′46″N 113°48′36″W / 52.246°N 113.810°W / 52.246; -113.810Coordinates: 52°14′46″N 113°48′36″W / 52.246°N 113.810°W / 52.246; -113.810
Callsign meaning C F DriVe
Owner Jim Pattison Group
Sister stations Big 105.5 FM (CHUB-FM)
Webcast Listen Live

CFDV-FM, branded as 106.7 The Drive, is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting an active rock format at 106.7 FM in Red Deer, Alberta. Owned by the Jim Pattison Group, the station was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in 2004[1] and was launched on November 6, 2005. Currently CFDV-FM airs an active rock format with a mixture of alternative and classic rock.


  1. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2004-473, Use of frequency 106.7 MHz by the new English-language FM radio station in Red Deer, CRTC, November 4, 2004

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