The CRTC has granted two new radio stations in the Toronto area -- and denied 23 applications.
Two applications for AM stations were denied: see post below.
Two applications for FM stations were granted:
Markham, Ontario 105.9 1,600 watts/21m adult alternative, and 37% ethnic. Toronto, Ontario 88.1 875 watts/328m "Indie" rock
21 applications for FM stations were denied:
CIRR-FM to move from 103.9 CKFG-FM to move from 98.7 CHOQ-FM to move from 105.1 CBC to relay CJBC AM 860 CFZM to relay AM 740 2308739 Ontario Inc. business news 7954689 Canada Inc. news/talk Durham Radio easy listening Family FM Inc. "family friendly" variety mix Frank Torres blues/rock Larche Communications adult alternative Michael Wekerie adult alternative MTSD Broadcast ethnic Newcap Inc. modern adult Radio 1540 Ltd. ethnic Radio Ryerson Inc. campus Skvakkumaran Sivapathasundaram ethnic Stanislaus Antony "emerging genres" Tosan Lee ethnic, for English-speaking Asians Trust Communications religious WorldBand Media news/talk
All 21 proposed the use of 88.1MHz. This frequency became available when CKLN-FM's licence was revoked in January 2011. Radio Ryerson's application was an attempt to reauthorize CKLN.