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CHOX-FM logo.png
City La Pocatière, Quebec
Branding CHOX 97,5
Frequency 97.5 MHz (FM)
First air date 1938 (AM)
1990 (FM)
Format adult contemporary
Language(s) French
ERP 25,160 watts
HAAT 127 meters (417 ft)
Class B
Former callsigns CHGB (1938-1990)
Owner Groupe Radio Simard
(CIBM-FM Mont-Bleu Limitée)
Sister stations CIBM-FM, CIEL-FM

CHOX-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a francophone adult contemporary format at 97.5 FM in La Pocatière, Quebec.

The station originally signed on as CHGB in 1938 and changed through a number of different AM frequencies, until it moved to its last spot at 1310 AM before being authorized to move to the FM band in 1990 and adopting its current callsign.[1] On April 23, 1992, CHOX signed on and in June 1992, the former AM transmitters left the air.

The station is currently owned by Groupe Radio Simard.


Rebroadcasters of CHOX-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class RECNet CRTC Decision
Baie-Saint-Paul CHOX-FM-1 94.1 FM 50 watts LP Query 93-588
Saint-Aubert CHOX-FM-3 100.1 FM 50 watts LP Query 2005-176
Sainte-Perpétue CHOX-FM-2 101.1 FM 50 watts LP Query 2001-233


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Coordinates: 47°20′57″N 69°57′38″W / 47.34917°N 69.96056°W / 47.34917; -69.96056