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was the first broadcast outlet to air Toronto's Gay Pride Day Parade.
On August 2, 2011 in a statement posted on CKLN's website, it was announced that the Palin Foundation would evict
on August 27, 2011. It was confirmed officially by
on August 4, 2011 that, after the eviction,
internet streaming would emanate almost exclusively from the Regent Park Focus Youth Media Arts Centre, a community group which offers media training programs for economically disadvantaged youth in the neighbourhood and which had already produced a weekly program for broadcast on
for a number of years.
Ryerson later launched another campus radio station,
-FM, which was operational from 1983 to 2011.
, the station was a CBC Radio affiliate until the 1960s.
-FM was a community radio station based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
membership meeting held on October 11, 2011 a motion was passed to seek court approval for the dissolution of
Radio Incorporated. Court approval for dissolution was granted on December 14, 2011. CKLN.fm ceased operations on December 26, 2011 with most of its programs and volunteers moving to Radio Regent, a new internet radio service owned and operated by Regent Park Focus Youth Media Arts Centre and unaffiliated with
In its coverage of the Rwandan genocide,
aired an investigation of the colonial history behind the events.
DJ Spinister has also done radio broadcasting on CHRY-FM,
-FM, CIUT-FM and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) as well as many other stations in various countries.
station manager Jacky Tuinstra-Harrison said that the CRTC failed to follow its own policy of graduated discipline: "The CRTC could have followed their own policy, but did not; they did not pursue avenues such as warnings, fines, mandatory orders or other options against
, but moved directly to the most serious of measures- revocation. We were not at any point offered alternatives" and that the claim that "CKLN’s 'demise' could have been avoided is an admonishment, which could have been made to any of the last six
In 1985, the station was estimated to have 50,000 weekly listeners. By 1991, its audience had grown to an estimated 140,000 listeners a week. In 1989, The Toronto Star voted
as “best radio station” in its annual Sammy awards. In April 1992, one student successfully petitioned for a referendum to decide if the station should continue to receive student funding;
won the referendum.
The CRTC called
to a hearing that took place in Toronto over a two-day period beginning December 8, 2010.
On July 9, 2009, in a statement by Chris McNeil, president of CESAR and chair of the Palin Foundation,
was provided a deadline of July 24, 2009 for the station to elect a new board of directors or risk eviction. The July 24, 2009 meeting and elections were held, but became the subject of a legal action filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Commercial Court by former
board member Mary Young claiming it was "improper and illegal". On December 14, 2011 the legal action against
was permanently stayed and a motion by Young to launch a derivative action was dismissed with Young ordered to pay
$10,000 in costs.
While studying Linguistics at the University of Toronto, Taylor took up radio hosting as a volunteer at Ryerson University's campus-community radio station
-FM. A break in studies took him to Thailand for a year, where he hosted a daily radio show at WNSP 107 in Bangkok. Returning to complete his degree at the University of Toronto, he resumed duties at
-FM as host of "From There To Hear", a weekly world music show.
From 1983 to 2011,
Radio Inc. was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission as a campus-community FM radio station affiliated with Ryerson University, and broadcast at 88.1 MHz on the FM dial with the call sign
-FM. It ceased FM broadcasting on April 15, 2011 after its licence was revoked on January 28, 2011 and continued as an internet radio outlet until it ceased operations on December 26, 2011.
has stated that most of its regulatory failures were committed by former staff who were no longer with the station.
appealed the decision to the Federal Court of Canada. On February 11, the station was granted a temporary stay, allowing it to remain on the air pending the Federal Court's decision on whether or not to grant the station leave to appeal the CRTC's order.
The internet station was started after Ryerson Radio's previous application to acquire a license for an FM license for
-FM's former frequency of 88.1 MHz was rejected by the CRTC on September 11, 2012 in favour of indie rock station CIND-FM. Ryerson-based
-FM had previously broadcast on 88.1 from 1983 to 2011 when the station lost its license due to compliance issues.
resumed scheduled programming in late September 2009, the CRTC expressed concerns over the station's inability to comply with licence requirements during the dispute, such as playing the aforementioned loop for several months in 2009, its failure to properly submit on-air logger tapes, program logs and complete annual financial returns since 2007, and that the CRTC licence for
had been transferred to a third party without authorization.
In 1987 both Neely and the group changed the names: the former to "MC Shadow", the latter to "Get Loose Crew". The act began self-producing demo tapes played on Ryerson University (then Ryerson College) Radio Station
The Caribbean Knowledge and Learning Network (
) is an inter-governmental agency of the Caribbean Community, CARICOM, responsible for developing and managing a high capacity, broadband fiber optic network called C@ribNET, connecting all CARICOM member states.
In 2016, the
-FM call sign was taken by Newcap Radio for a transmitter in Clarenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, which operates as a rebroadcaster of CHVO-FM in Carbonear.
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