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City of license Fort McMurray, Alberta
Branding Country 93.3
Slogan Today's Best Country!
Frequency 93.3 MHz (FM)
First air date January 1, 1973
Format Country music
Owner Rogers Media, a division of Rogers Communications
(Rogers Radio)
Sister stations CKYX-FM
Webcast Listen live
Website Country 93.3

CJOK-FM is a 24-hour FM stereo radio station serving Fort McMurray, Alberta with a country music format. The station broadcasts at 93.3 MHz.

CJOK originally began broadcasting on the AM dial in 1973 at 1230 kHz. In the 1980s, the station received approval by the CRTC to move from 1230 to 550 kHz, however, the move was never implemented.[1][2] In 1994, CJOK added an FM rebroadcaster at 95.7 MHz on Tar Island.[3] CJOK moved from the AM dial to the FM dial in 1997.[4]


CJOK Country 93.3 is a community first station that is proud to have served Fort McMurray for decades. Playing Today's Best Country and supporting Fort McMurray and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.

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Monday to Friday[edit]

Pete Potipcoe: 5am-10am[edit]

Kelly Abbot: 10am-3pm[edit]

Mike Jones: 3pm-7pm[edit]


Bob Kingsly Country Top 40: 8am-12pm[edit]

Vilma Rae: 12pm-6pm[edit]


Banks of Newfoundland: 8am-9am[edit]

Canadian Country Spotlight: 9am-11am[edit]

Bob Kingsly Country Top 40: 6pm-10pm[edit]

Syndicated Shows[edit]

Bob Kingsly Country Top 40[edit]

Canadian Country Spotlight[edit]

News Department[edit]

Crystal Laderas[edit]

Bradley Karp[edit]


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Coordinates: 56°41′16″N 111°19′59″W / 56.68778°N 111.33306°W / 56.68778; -111.33306