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City of license Timmins, Ontario
Branding Q92
Slogan Timmins's Best Rock.
Frequency 92.1 MHz (FM)
First air date 1948 (CKGB)
1992 (CJQQ)
Format mainstream rock
ERP 40 kW
horizontal polarization only
HAAT 162 meters (531 ft)
Class C
Former callsigns CKGB (1948-1976)
CFTI (1976-1992)
Owner Rogers Media, a division of Rogers Communications
(Rogers Radio)
Sister stations CKGB-FM
Website www.q92timmins.com

CJQQ-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 92.1 FM in Timmins, Ontario. The station broadcasts an active rock format as Q92.

The station was originally launched in 1948 by Roy Thomson as CKGB-FM, a simulcast of AM sister station CKGB's CBC Trans-Canada Network programming. Thomson sold the stations in 1972, and the FM station adopted the callsign CFTI in 1976. The stations were subsequently acquired by Telemedia in 1980.

In 1984, CFTI was authorized to drop its CBC Radio affiliation as network service was now available in the area from CBC-owned CBCJ-FM.[1]

In 1992, Telemedia adopted the station's current branding, callsign CJQQ and format, which had been successful on Telemedia's CJRQ in Sudbury.

In 2002, Standard Broadcasting purchased Telemedia, and sold all of Telemedia's Northern Ontario stations to Rogers Media.


The station directly produces the bulk of its weekday programming, except for the noon-hour shift and overnights, which are shared with Sudbury's CJRQ. On weekends, virtually all of the station's programming, including syndicated shows, is shared with CJRQ.


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Coordinates: 48°28′12″N 81°17′49″W / 48.47000°N 81.29694°W / 48.47000; -81.29694