The CRTC said Tuesday it has rejected an FM licence application that wavered in determining what music it would play and who was involved. On behalf of a yet-to-be incorporated company, an individual named Jean-Noël Allain filed an application for a licence to operate a predominantly English-language station in Bouctouche, N.B. that would offer a mix of country, oldies and international music. Hervé and Rhéal LeBlanc were also listed as co-applicants for the station, which said it would also offer programming in French, German and at least one aboriginal language. The commission reported receiving comments from the two LeBlancs, who said they were “surprised to learn that their names had been associated with the application, as they had not been retained by Mr. Allain.” In follow-up correspondence with the commission, Allain indicated the station would broadcast a different range of music programming than originally stated, the commission said. In the end, a series of commission requests for information went unreturned and the commission rejected the application, it said. Also on Tuesday, the commission approved an application by the Cortes Community Radio Society to operate an English-language FM station in Cortes Island, B.C. The new community station will offer popular and special interest music as well as news and other programming related to local politics, public issues, local emergencies and social events, the commission said. The station will operate at 89.5 MHz.