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City of license La Ronge, Saskatchewan
Broadcast area Northern Saskatchewan
Branding CBC Radio One
Frequency 105.9 MHz (FM)
Format public broadcasting
ERP 80 watts
Class A1
Callsign meaning Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Henry Kelsey (the first explorer to reach the Canadian Prairies) A (1st in an alphabetical series)
Owner Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Website CBK

CBKA-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting the CBC Radio One network at 105.9 FM in La Ronge, Saskatchewan.

Until 2009, CBKA had a local news bureau serving Northern Saskatchewan, and produced the regional noontime show Keewatin Country, but otherwise aired the same programming as CBK. In the CBC's service cutbacks announced in March 2009, the operation in La Ronge was entirely eliminated, making CBKA a full rebroadcaster of CBK.[1]



CBKA-FM has the following rebroadcasters:

Rebroadcasters of CBKA-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency RECNet CRTC Decision
Beauval CBKB-FM 101.5 FM Query
Buffalo Narrows CBKD-FM 103.5 FM Query
Cumberland House CBKV-FM 94.9 FM Query
Denare Beach CBKO-FM 94.3 FM Query
Fond du Lac CBKG-FM 100.1 FM Query
Île-à-la-Crosse CBKC-FM 105.1 FM Query
Island Falls CBKN-FM 105.1 FM Query
La Loche CBKE-FM 95.5 FM Query
Montreal Lake CBKL-FM 93.3 FM Query
Patuanak CBKK-FM 105.5 FM Query
Pelican Narrows CBKW-FM 105.9 FM Query
Pinehouse Lake CBKJ-FM 94.1 FM Query
Southend CBKP-FM 91.7 FM Query
Stanley Mission CBKI-FM 95.5 FM Query
Stony Rapids CBKH-FM 93.3 FM Query
Uranium City CBDH-FM 105.1 FM Query

Community-owned rebroadcasters

Rebroadcasters of CBKA-FM
City of license Identifier Frequency RECNet CRTC Decision
Wollaston Lake VF2040 91.9 FM Query
Athabasca Hydro Station VF2280 88.1 FM Query 94-614


On August 10, 2009, the CBC applied to add an FM transmitter at Creighton, Saskatchewan. The application was approved on October 9, 2009 and will operate on the frequency 93.3 MHz with the callsign CBKA-FM-1. [2]


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