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CHQX XFM101.5 logo.jpg
City Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Branding XFM 101.5
Slogan Saskatchewan's Rock Station
Frequency 101.5 FM
First air date 2001
Format mainstream rock
ERP 100 kW
HAAT 178.6 meters (586 ft)
Class C1
Owner Jim Pattison Group
Sister stations CFMM-FM, CKBI

CHQX-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a mainstream rock format at 101.5 FM in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The station is branded on-air as "XFM 101.5" and is owned by Jim Pattison Group who also owns sister stations CFMM-FM and CKBI. CHQX's studios are located at 1316 Central Avenue.

The station received approval by the CRTC in 2000[1] and began broadcasting in June 2001.

On October 28, 2016, CHQX-FM rebranded to "XFM 101.5" but kept the same format.


Rebroadcasters of CHQX-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency Power Class RECNet CRTC Decision
Big River CHQX-FM-3 97.5 FM 1,200 watts A Query 2008-315
La Ronge CHQX-FM-2 98.3 FM 53 watts A1 Query 2005-122
Waskesiu Lake CHQX-FM-1 90.5 FM 2,500 watts A Query 2002-459

Current On Air Lineup[edit]

The Morning After Show with Lew Harrison & Kelly Taylor

Lew is one of the longest serving radio hosts in Prince Albert and area. Lew brings his own quirky sense of humour and keen sense of observation to the radio. Joining Lew is Canadian Comedian Kelly Taylor. Kelly placed second in the prestigious Just for Laughs Homegrown competition. Kelly was also named Canadian College Comedian of the year.

Afternoons with Brock

Brock hails from Ontario and is a die-hard Hamilton TiCat fan but don't hold that against him. Brock is a true rocker at heart and loves cranking up the tunes on XFM from 1 – 6pm.


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Coordinates: 53°03′27″N 105°50′35″W / 53.05750°N 105.84306°W / 53.05750; -105.84306