Four young men from Victoria formed the Western Canada Radio Supply Company to build and sell radio receivers. Kenneth G. Moffatt was Manager and they opened a store on Fort Street that also housed a 5 watt transmitter. It was on the air as CHCE for a few months broadcasting only music.
The station broadcast on 400 metres (750 kHz) with a power of only 5 watts. CHCE's licence was terminated around 1925.
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