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City Regina, Saskatchewan
Broadcast area Southern Saskatchewan
Branding 104.9 The Wolf
Slogan Regina's Rock Station
Frequency 104.9 MHz (FM)
First air date 1982 as CKIT-FM
Format Active rock
ERP 100 kWs
HAAT 190 meters (620 ft)
Class C
Callsign meaning C F WolF
Owner Harvard Broadcasting
Sister stations CKRM, CHMX-FM

CFWF-FM is a radio station owned by Harvard Broadcasting and is operated out of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is currently branded as 104.9 The Wolf and plays an active rock format.

It was launched in 1982 as CKIT-FM, an easy listening station. In 1989 it began calling itself K105 FM, with a similar format, and later identified as Magic 104.9 and Hot 105. On January 5, 1996 it adopted The Wolf branding, with a rock format.[1]

In 2017, CFWF won the award for best medium-market radio station at the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards.[2]


  1. ^ "HAPPY 20TH BIRTHDAY TO THE WOLF!!!". Retrieved 5 January 2016.
  2. ^ "2017 Winners | Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards". Canada Music Wheel. Retrieved 2018-03-12.

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Coordinates: 50°30′22″N 104°33′07″W / 50.50611°N 104.55194°W / 50.50611; -104.55194