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City of license Quebec City
Broadcast area Province of Quebec, except Montreal and Gatineau areas
Branding CBC Radio One
Frequency 104.7 MHz (FM)
First air date 1976
Format public broadcasting
ERP 100,000 watts
Class C
Callsign meaning Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation
Ville de Québec
Owner Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Website CBC Quebec

CBVE-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts the programming of the CBC Radio One network at 104.7 FM in Quebec City. The station's main transmitter for Quebec City is located at Mount Bélair.

CBVE-FM and the rebroadcasting transmitters throughout the province are organized into the Quebec Community Network, with a special mandate to provide service to the province's anglophone minority. Most of the station's operations are in Quebec City, although Quebec AM cohost Tim Belford hosts from a satellite studio in Sherbrooke.



The station was launched in 1976. Prior to its launch, CBC Radio programming was aired on private affiliate CFOM 1340 on the AM band. Following CFOM's shutdown as a commercial station in late 1975, the CBC directly acquired the station and kept it in operation until the FM signal was launched.

Local programming

The station's local programs are Quebec AM, hosted by Tim Belford and Susan Campbell, in the mornings and Breakaway, hosted by Jacquie Czernin, in the afternoons.


CBVE-FM has the following rebroadcasters:

  • CBVA-FM - Escuminac - 98.1
  • CBVC-FM - Chibougamau - 90.3
  • CBVG-FM - Gaspé - 88.5 - and its rebroadcasters
    • CBVP-FM - Percé - 105.3 - and its rebroadcaster


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