Friday, June 5, 2009


CFQC's history in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan goes back to 1920s. They switched frequencies a few times in their ealy years, from 910 to 840 and then landing at 600 AM in 1941. From 1944 to 1962 CFQC was an affiliate of the CBC Dominion Network. During this time the station also became co-owned with CFQC-TV and shared their broadcasting facilities and staff. As with many Canadian AM stations, CFQC eventually moved to the FM dial, becoming "Hot 93" in 1995. They are currently known as "92.9 The Bull" with the call letters CKBL.

1 comment:

  1. I remember that sticker with the red background. In another year (either the next or the previous) there was an identical one except instead of the red it had yellow.

    They are circa 1978/79.