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"CKKI" redirects here. For the former radio station in Kimberley, British Columbia, see CHDR-FM.
City of license Kahnawake, Quebec
Broadcast area Montreal, Quebec
Branding 89.9 KIC Country Montreal
Slogan Independent Radio
Frequency 89.9 MHz (FM)
Format country
ERP 610 watts
Former frequencies 106.7 MHz (pirate)
Owner KKIC Radio
(Brian Moon, in his capacity as General Manager of Kahnawake Keeps It Country Station)

CKKI-FM (89.9 KiC Country Montreal) is a Canadian radio station in the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, near Montreal, Quebec, which operates at 89.9 MHz FM. The station airs a country music format. Its on-air studios are located on Route 207, with production studios in Mercier.[1]

In December 2009, the station originally operated as an unlicensed station on 106.7 FM, the frequency previously used by a local Aboriginal Voices repeater. It was granted a license to operate on 89.9 FM on September 29, 2011, by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).[2][3] The station was licensed by the CRTC as a dual-language English / Mohawk station on the Sovereign Territory of Kahnawake, with 126 hours of local programming—120 hours featuring country music, and 6 hours of spoken word and talk programming, 5% in Mohawk, with the remainder in English. The station will feature and sponsor music and concerts featuring local Mohawk and other Native artists.[2]

CKKI features Chris Reiser mornings, Johnny Jordan at lunchtime and Dave and Dave evenings. On the weekend, Casey Clark's Country Countdown Ted Rupe's Country Spotlight, "Down East Country" with George Canyon and "Trucker Radio"


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