CJLU-FM

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CJLU-FM
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City Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Broadcast area Halifax Regional Municipality
Slogan Ride the waves!
Frequency 93.9 MHz (FM)
88.3 MHz (FM) (CJLU-FM-1)
First air date 2005
Format Contemporary Christian music and Christian talk and teaching
ERP 3,100 watts
HAAT 80 meters (260 ft)
Class A
Callsign meaning Christ Jesus Loves yoU
Owner International Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic Association Inc.
Website www.harvesters.fm
CJLU-FM-1
City Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Frequency 88.3 FM
Format repeater of CJLU-FM
ERP 175 watts average
1,000 watts peak
HAAT 187 meters (614 ft)
Class A
Owner same as CJLU-FM

CJLU-FM (93.9 MHz) is a Canadian radio station, licensed to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and serving the Halifax Regional Municipality. CJLU has a repeater station in Wolfville at 88.3 FM with the call sign CJLU-FM-1.

The stations are owned by the International Harvesters for Christ Evangelistic Association Inc. They broadcast Contemporary Christian music part of the day with Christian talk and teaching programs heard at other times. Some religious leaders heard on CJLU-FM include David Jeremiah, Charles Stanley, John MacArthur and Jim Daly.

The station received CRTC approval in 2004 and launched in 2005.[1] CJLU also has a sister station in Moncton, New Brunswick, 105.1 CITA.

On May 21, 2008, CJLU received approval to add a transmitter at Wolfville, Nova Scotia, to simulcast programming on CJLU-FM.[2]

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Coordinates: 44°41′11″N 63°30′39″W / 44.68639°N 63.51083°W / 44.68639; -63.51083