CFYT-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 106.9 FM in Dawson City, Yukon. The station airs a community radio format.
"CFYK-FM" was the previous call sign for what is now CBNY-FM, a repeater of CBU-FM Vancouver.
CFYX-FM was a French-language Canadian radio station located in Rimouski, Quebec.
CFYN was a Canadian AM radio station, which broadcast at 1050 kHz in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario from 1977 to 1992. From 1934 to 1977, the station broadcast with the call sign CJIC.
CFYK-DT is the television call sign for the CBC's television station in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.
CFYM is a Canadian radio station broadcasting a classic hits format at 1210 AM. Licensed to Kindersley, Saskatchewan, it serves west central Saskatchewan.
CFMJ is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 640 kHz on the AM dial. It is officially licensed to Richmond Hill, Ontario, but the studio is in the Corus Quay building, located at 125 Queens Quay East in Toronto.
Pine Lake Aerodrome formerly Daughney Aerodrome (TC LID: CFY5) is a registered aerodrome located near the Alaska Highway, 63 nautical miles (117 km; 72 mi) west of Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada.
CFBN was a Canadian radio station, broadcasting on AM 1280 in Mississauga, Ontario. The station, owned by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, aired a business news format branded as Canada's Business Network, as well as some travel and weather information reports for Toronto Pearson International Airport.
CFXW-FM is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts an active rock format at 96.7 FM in Whitecourt, Alberta.