Joe Miller in Michigan has received word that CBA-1070's last night on the air will be April 6th. The AM transmitter is to be silenced shortly after 1130 UTC on the morning of the 7th. It's being replaced by a new FM transmitter on 106.1.
CBA was the last AM station in Moncton. It's also one of a vanishing list of CBC AM stations in the Maritimes. After CBA goes off there will be six CBC AM's left in the Maritimes:
New Brunswick: CBGA-1 540 Grande-Anse (Radio-Canada, the French network)
Four 40-watt low-power relays, two French, two English
Nova Scotia: CBI 1140 Sydney. They already have their FM permit (97.1) and will be gone within the year.
Prince Edward Island: None. There are no AM stations left on P.E.I., except for two 20-watt travelers' information stations at PEI National Park.