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CRTC splits difference on two Nova Scotia radio applications

Briefs | 05/28/2014 4:30 pm EDT

Two non-profit organizations applied to launch radio stations on the 88.7 FM frequency within 40 kilometres of one another outside of Halifax, and the CRTC on Wednesday said it approved the bid from Hubbards Radio Society and asked the Cobequid Radio Society to find another frequency.

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