CHFT-FM

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CHFT-FM
CHFT 100.5CRUZfm logo.jpg
City Fort McMurray, Alberta
Branding 100.5 Cruz FM
Slogan Fort Mac's Greatest Hits
Frequency 100.5 MHz (FM)
First air date June 16, 2008
Format classic rock/classic hits
ERP vertical polarization:
23 kWs
horizontal polarization:
50 kWs
HAAT 81.4 meters (267 ft)
Class B
Callsign meaning Classic Hits ForT McMurray
Owner Harvard Broadcasting
Sister stations CFVR-FM
Webcast Listen live
Website www.1005cruzfm.com

CHFT-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting at 100.5 FM in Fort McMurray, Alberta. The station airs a classic hits format branded on-air as 100.5 Cruz FM. The station is owned by Harvard Broadcasting.

Initially owned by Newcap Radio, the station received CRTC approval on November 15, 2006[1] and launched on June 16, 2008 branded as "100.5 K-Rock".

On December 10, 2009, the station applied to the CRTC to increase their effective radiated power from 25,000 watts to 50,000 watts and received approval on June 9, 2010.[2]

On November 7, 2013, the CRTC approved the application by Harvard Broadcasting Inc to acquire CHFT-FM from Newcap Radio. [3]

On December 26, 2013, at 10 AM, CHFT-FM was rebranded to 100.5 Cruz FM. The last song on 100.5 K-Rock was The Boys of Summer by Don Henley, while the first song on 100.5 Cruz FM was Rock of Ages by Def Leppard.


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Coordinates: 56°41′03″N 111°19′47″W / 56.68417°N 111.32972°W / 56.68417; -111.32972