|Branding||Ici Radio-Canada Première|
|Frequency||90.7 MHz (FM)|
|First air date||1976|
|Owner||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Website||Ici Radio-Canada Première|
In 1976, then-owner Radio-Nord Communications was granted a license from the CRTC, in which the station would operate as Radio-Canada's private affiliate of what was then called "Première Chaîne"; also included was a rebroadcaster, CHLM-FM-1 at Lithium Mines, serving nearby Val-d'Or, operating on 97.3 MHz with effective radiated power of 52,000 watts. In 1979, CHLM-FM-1 was authorized to change frequency from 97.3 MHz to 103.5 MHz and to increase effective radiated power from 52,000 watts to 55,300 watts.
CHLM-FM and CHLM-FM-1 signed on the air by 1980; eventually, CHLM-FM-1's city of license would have changed to Amos, and broadcasting on another different frequency, 91.5 MHz.
On September 7, 1989, the station was denied a licence to add a transmitter at Ville-Marie, Quebec on 100.5 MHz.  In 2002, the CBC would add a transmitter of their own serving Ville-Marie, CBFY-FM 89.1, rebroadcasting CHLM-FM.
In February 2000, CHLM-FM and CHLM-FM-1 became full-time re-broadcasters of the Radio-Canada network.
It was directly acquired by the CBC in 2004. 
The station's local programs are Des matins en or in the mornings from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., and Région Zéro 8 in the afternoons, 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. On public holidays, its local programs are replaced with local shows airing provincewide (Quebec) produced by different outlets in turn (except Montreal and Quebec City). The Saturday morning program, Samedi et rien d'autre, originates from CBF-FM Montreal.
|City of license||Identifier||Frequency||Power||Class||RECNet||CRTC Decision|
|Amos/Val-d'Or||CHLM-FM-1||91.5 FM||34400 watts||B||Query||89-677|
|La Sarre||CHLM-FM-2||100.7 FM||4290 watts||A||Query||2007-105|
|Lebel-sur-Quévillon||CBF-3||650 AM||40 watts||LP||Query||86-1031|
|Matagami||CBF-4||1140 AM||40 watts||A||Query|
|Senneterre||CBF-1||710 AM*||40 watts||LP||Query|
|Témiscaming||CBFZ-FM||103.1 FM||1500 watts||A||Query||2001-261|
|Ville-Marie||CBFY-FM||89.1 FM||15900 watts||C1||Query||2002-445|
On March 8, 2017, the CBC applied to convert CBF-1 Senneterre, Quebec from the AM band (710 kHz) to the FM band (95.9 MHz) with the proposed callsign CBF-FM-1. 
On March 9, 2017, the CBC applied to convert CBF-3 Lebel-sur-Quévillon, Quebec from the AM band (650 kHz) to the FM band (94.9 MHz) with the proposed callsign CBF-FM-3. 
- Ici Radio-Canada Première
- CHLM-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for CHLM-FM
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