A CfV (Call for Votes) is part of the Usenet decision making process. Usenet users are called upon to vote on a topical administrative issue, such as whether to create a particular newsgroup.
CFVS-DT (branded on-air as V Abitibi-Témiscamingue) is a French language television station affiliated with V, serving Quebec's Abitibi-Témiscamingue region that is licensed to Val-d'Or, Quebec, Canada.
CFVD-FM is a French language hot adult contemporary radio station that operates at 95.5 FM in Dégelis, Quebec, Canada.
CFVP is the full-time shortwave rebroadcaster of CKMX in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. CFVP broadcasts at a power of 100 watts on 6.03 MHz in the 49m shortwave band.
CFVT-FM, branded as Vancouver Tourist Radio, is a low powered tourist information radio station in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia.
CFVM-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Amqui, Quebec.
CFVR-FM is a Canadian radio station serving Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, broadcasting at 103.7 FM with a hot adult contemporary format branded on-air as Mix 103.7.
CFVO-TV is a defunct television station that broadcast from Hull, Quebec. It was the immediate predecessor to today's CHOT-TV, and launched on September 1, 1974 under the ownership of a company known as La Coopérative de Télévision de l'Outaouais.
CFVZ-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a sports radio format at 90.9 FM in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
The Central Fraser Valley Regional District was a regional district in the province of British Columbia, Canada, located in the Lower Mainland region, south of the Fraser River and west of Chilliwack.