CKKC-FM

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CKKC-FM
City Nelson, British Columbia
Branding EZ Rock
Slogan More Music Variety
Frequency 106.9 MHz (FM)
First air date 1939 (on AM)
Format Adult Contemporary, Oldies
ERP 930 watts average
2,000 watts peak
horizontal polarization only
HAAT 361 meters (1,184 ft)
Class B
Former callsigns CKLN
Former frequencies 880 AM
1390 AM
Owner Bell Media
(Bell Media Radio)
Website kootenays.myezrock.com

CKKC-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts an adult contemporary format at 106.9 FM in Nelson, British Columbia. The station is owned by Bell Media. The station's programming is produced partly from its own studios, and from its sister station CJAT in Trail. The station was launched in 1939 by the Nelson Daily News on AM as CKLN,[1] it adopted its current call sign in 1967[2] and moved to the FM band in 2006.[3]

As CKLN, the station was a CBC Radio affiliate until the 1960s.[4]

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Coordinates: 49°31′50″N 117°18′02″W / 49.53056°N 117.30056°W / 49.53056; -117.30056