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CityComeauville (Clare), Nova Scotia, Canada
SloganLe Son Du Sud ouest
Frequency104.1 MHz (FM)
First air dateSeptember 28, 1990
FormatCommunity radio
ERP39,300 watts
HAAT145.5 meters

CIFA-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 104.1 FM in Clare, Nova Scotia. It is a francophone community radio station for the region's Acadian community.

Owned by l'association Radio Clare, the station received CRTC approval in 1989.[1] In 1987, Radio Clare also received approval to broadcast informational programs in Church Point for participants and visitors in the summer and fall of 1987, such as: "Festival Acadien de Clare", "Festival de musique de Clare", "Expo-Commerce" and "La Fête de l'action de grâce". The station for these events operated at 102.1 MHz.[2]

The shows on CIFA vary from bluegrass, acadian, classic rock, country and heavy metal.

The station is a member of the Alliance des radios communautaires du Canada.


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Coordinates: 43°55′55″N 66°06′08″W / 43.93194°N 66.10222°W / 43.93194; -66.10222