CILG-FM

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CILG-FM
CILG country100 logo.png
City Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Branding Country 100
Frequency 100.7 FM
First air date 2002
Format country music
ERP 100 kWs
HAAT 258.6 meters (848 ft)
Class C
Owner Golden West Broadcasting
Sister stations CJAW-FM
CHAB
Website CILG Website

CILG-FM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting a country music format at 100.7 FM. Licensed to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, it serves south-central Saskatchewan. It first began broadcasting in 2002.[1] The station is currently owned by Golden West Broadcasting. All three Golden West Broadcasting stations in Moose Jaw share studios at 1704 Main Street North.

CILG serves as the broadcasting home of the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League

In the 1980s, the 100.7 frequency was assigned to the CKO network, which folded in 1989 before the Regina station had a chance to open.

On March 29, 2010, 101142236 Saskatchewan Ltd. received CRTC approval to acquire Golden West Broadcasting which owns CHAB, and its sister stations CILG-FM and CJAW-FM.[2]

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Coordinates: 50°35′44″N 105°04′12″W / 50.59556°N 105.07000°W / 50.59556; -105.07000