|First air date||1984|
|HAAT||−218.3 meters (−716 ft)|
|Owner||Parliamentary Broadcasting Society|
CHLA-FM was a Canadian radio station, which aired at 93.5 FM in Whitehorse, Yukon. Licensed to the Parliamentary Broadcasting Society, a committee of the Yukon Legislative Assembly (YLA), the station aired the Assembly's legislative proceedings, as well as a recorded loop of tourist information when the legislature was not in session.
In 1984, the station was licensed.
Funding issues and closure
There is some evidence that the frequency is still/again being used for the indicated purpose is available on the website of the YLA  and also from a news release in June 2015. This suggests the station may be operating under low-power license-exempt conditions. as allowed under current CRTC regulations.
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